T.W. took Marty Rosenblatt’s four-day course on Intuitive Investing at the Monroe Institute in May 2009 soon after participating in an online egroup taught by Henry Reed at the Association for Research and Enlightenment. Since then, she has successfully applied Associative Remote Viewing (ARV) techniques to predict horse race and lottery winners via Rosenblatt’s online PRECOG10 group. Alas, she lives in Missouri, which prohibits off-track betting, so it hasn’t proven to be a profitable venture. She’s an active member in the Applied Precognition Project, and completed a weekend ARV webinar course in September 2015 with Lori Williams.
With a bachelor’s degree in journalism tucked in her purse, T.W. began her professional career in 1980 as managing editor of a small-town daily in southern Arkansas. Three years later, she returned to her hometown of Little Rock as a reporter for the statewide daily. In 1986, she began a 20-year career in corporate communications that took her to New Orleans, Washington, D.C., and St. Louis. During those years, she held various positions that called upon her skills as a writer, photographer, editor, TV and radio spokesperson, communications consultant and manager.
And then the REAL fun began! She published her multiple award-winning historical fantasy novel, , in October 2011 and award-winning young adult contemporary fantasy novel, The Labyrinth of Time, in November 2014. A novelette, Jaguar Hope, and short story, The Mother Serpent’s Daughter — Books 2 and 3 of the Zero Time Chronicles — and various other stories are available on Amazon Kindle and Audible. In 2012, her short story “Origin of the Species” won second place in the Writers’ Digest Horror competition.