Jerusalem Jackson Greer's writing has been called "beautiful," by Ree Drummond (aka The Pioneer Woman,) and Jerusalem's debut work, A Homemade Year: The Blessings of Cooking, Crafting and Coming Together, has been described as "energetic, useful, and full of old-fashioned fun" by author Phyllis Tickle. In addition to being a writer, Jerusalem is also a crafter, former pastor, blogger, nest-fluffer, speaker, liturgical convert, pie maker and farm-gal wannabe. She enjoys sleeping under heavy blankets, talking to her chickens, and rescuing old furniture off the side of the road. She lives at the intersection of pretty and messy with her husband and two sons in a 1940s cottage in Central Arkansas with an ever-changing rotation of pets, including a hen house full of heritage hens and an English Sheep Dog mutt. As a family, they are attempting to live a slower version of modern life. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't.
She blogs about all of this and more at jerusalemgreer.com