More About the Author
Julie Ann Davey is a retired college writing professor, having taught 18 years at Fullerton College, a 22,000-student community college in Fullerton, California. She was the journalism professor overseeing the college's weekly student newspaper which won the Columbia University Gold Crown for college newspapers. Prior to becoming a teacher, first at Glendale High School, John Wayne's alma mater, where she taught journalism for 15 years, she wrote for newspapers full-time, did freelance article writing for magazines, and wrote op-ed humor pieces for the Orange County Register and the Pasadena Star-News.
The author of four published books, two mystery novels and two non-fiction books, she loves the written word. Her passion is teaching cancer patients and others with serious illnesses how to express both the good and bad times in their lives. Her book, Writing for Wellness: A Prescription for Healing, is used in hospitals, medical centers, churches and senior centers where volunteers use it as a text to encourage attendees to write about what they are experiencing.
Check out the website: writingforwellness.com and view the documentary film.