Staff Writer

Elaine Webster

Profile:

Freelance writer, author and photo-journalist, Elaine Webster, was born in New York City and has lived throughout the United States, finally settling in the Sonoma County wine region of California.

“There is no place on earth like Northern California. We have the best of all worlds. Good wine, good food, culture, art and vast expanses of rural landscapes, plus a true sense of community,” she says. It is this feeling of community that fits with her role as staff writer for the online publication, Greener Living Today . “Northern California has been described as one of the greenest places on earth,” referring to the strong environmental movement, “and the world is watching.”

In addition, Elaine writes fiction, non-fiction, memoir, essays and poetry. Her memoir of the 1970s, Balanced on the Edge of the Crowd, employs the same memoir-style writing as the author’s non-fiction works: Jesse’s Tale: Overcoming Fear Aggression and Separation Anxiety in an Adopted Greyhound and Heartfelt: Caregiver’s Guide to Cardiomyopathy and Mitral Valve Surgery.  Elaine’s poetry has appeared in Redwood Writers anthologies, The Sound of a Thousand Leaves, And The Beats Go On, and Wordforest’s Sisters Born, Sisters Found. Her Flash Fiction piece, Heist, is one of four selections for the Summer 2016 issue of One Thousand Words, www.1000Words.Press. Most recently the short story, “Not Guilty” has been published by the online literary journal, The Literary Nest, https://theliterarynest.com/

E-mail:
elaine@mediadesign-mds.com

Author Website:

http://elainewebster.com


Contributor

Jeff Wilson

Profile:

jeff_wilson_writers1With 25 years in the building industry, Jeff Wilson is also the host of nearly 200 episodes on the HGTV and diy networks, and the host of the HGTV Green Home 2011 video series on HGTVPro.com.

He’s also the host of how-to and green video series on Buildipedia.com.

Learn more about Jeff at www.jeffwilsonregularguy.com.

Look for Jeff’s book on his DER project, the Greened House effect, in late spring 2011.


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