I went back to college to get a degree in English/Creative Writing in 1992 because I wanted to be able to write books/articles. I do write a lot every day but haven't taken the time to publish much except for a few articles, stories and some poetry. My interests change every few years also, so it's hard to keep up with myself.
Besides enjoying all the sports depicted on my logo above, I've also been a motel manger, diaper service owner and operator, 4-H leader, poultry breeder, organic gardener, costumer for passion plays, seamstress, musician, retail store owner selling handmade crafts, artist in oils, a certified Stephen minister, poet, writer, editor of Prophezine, assistant editor of Willow Springs Literary Journal and most recently a web designer.
As much as I enjoy writing myself, I enjoy promoting the creativity of others a lot more and thus my web design business Lori's Web Design.
specializing in fixing broken or crippled websites
I used to be involved in a wonderful non-profit ministry called Christ Kitchen that helps women out of poverty by providing them with strong bible teaching, fellowship and training them for employment by teaching them to prepare packaged dried food mixes such as the Testament Tea shown on the left, and also Disciple Soup, Converted Rice and other dried food products which are sold through their store in Spokane WA.
I have also helped promote the writing of Terry Trueman
his first novel being Stuck in Neutral
published through Harper Collins which is being planned as a play in Los Angeles, in 2013.
I have designed and maintain two other poetry sites - one for kids called Young Poets
where kids from 5-18 can post their poetry, play games and visit other literary sites for kids.
The other poetry site is for adults
to post their inspirational,
uplifting Christian poetry
on Endtime Poetry
I also have another site called Endtime Prophets
where I used to critique the writing of todays so-called prophets and compare it to scripture (after studying bible doctrine and cults for 20 years through Calvary Chapel).
I hope you enjoy some of my own creative pursuits on Lori's Poetry