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About the Author
Madison Woods is an Herbalist/Naturalist, Photographer, Author and Presenter, wearer of many hats. She lives with her husband (who also wears many hats) and son on an old homestead quarter-parcel in the rural Ozark Mountains. Her passions for writing, photography, nature and survival/sustainability are all given an outlet in their business, Wild Ozark. Together they produce "virtual herb walks" and other informational DVDs about the wild herbs and scenes of the Ozarks. Madison is available to give slide-show presentations on the herbs of northwest Arkansas. Her fiction stories are largely inspired by her real-life interaction with nature, colored with a bit of extreme imagination, and she enjoys sharing her life with others through her blog. Madison Woods- where Fantasy and the Wild Ozarks meet. You can always find her at that junction. To contact Madison use the "Contact Me" link at her website. http://wildozark.com http://twitter.com/wildozark http://facebook.com/wildozark
Madison Woods writes non-fiction and fantasy stories that are either set in the Ozarks or heavily influenced by her interaction with nature. She lives with her husband on 160 acres of Ozark wilderness.
Her passions for writing, photography, nature and survival/sustainability are all given an outlet in their business, Wild Ozark. She writes fiction stories that are largely inspired by her real-life interaction with nature. At www.Wild Ozark.com readers will enjoy the stories behind her stories, can find out about new publications as they are posted with Amazon or on Wild Ozark's website. She also produces "virtual herb walks" in book, blog post, and DVD formats highlighting the beautiful, unusual, useful, or medicinal plants of northwest Arkansas. American ginseng is one of her obsessions and she blogs and writes about the herb regularly.
Her tag line sums it up: Madison Woods- where Fantasy and the Wild Ozarks meet. You can always find her at that junction.
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