SPOTLIGHT ON: Jackie Taylor Zortman
How did you get involved in the Authors Supporting Our Troops event?
My Murphy cousin, Lauren Howard, whose husband is a musician, sent me the link because she thought I’d be interested.
What is your latest release and what genre is it?
“We Are Different Now” is a grief/self-help/inspirational book.
Quick description of it.
Pete died alone beside the river in the pitch black of night after falling 100 feet to the rock-strewn canyon floor from a Colorado mountain ledge. He was only 21 years old and the apple of his maternal grandmother’s eye. He died instantly from a skull fracture. Come with me on my journey with death on the mountain. Discover what has been revealed to us since we lost this young man with the angelic face and who was born possessing an old soul.
Something unique about it.
My book has, unexpectedly, sold to people in all walks of life and to all ages from late teens to the elderly and everyone in between, as well as being sold as a text book.
Links for people to buy it.
Your promo links.
Author Central: https://www.amazon.com/author/jackietaylorzortman
Your short Bio.
A former tourist town bookstore owner, Jackie is an award winning writer and published author who lives in the Colorado mountains with her retired 42-veteran law enforcement officer husband. She is the author of “We Are Different Now” as well as a contributing author to the anthology “Felons, Flames & Ambulance Rides”. She has been a member of the Public Safety Writes Association (formerly The Police Writers Club) since 1994 and won two awards in their 2013 Writing Contest in Las Vegas for her stories “Amache” and “The Siege At Cortez.” She has had many stories published over the years and has appeared in several other anthologies.