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A Nosegay of Violets: a writer's memoir of psychic awakening Paperback – September 9, 2016
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Born in Hamilton Township, New Jersey, later adopting Bordentown as home, Ms. Bice shares her present home in South Hill, VA with her literary psychic cat, Mz Lizzie. She penned The Readers Corner book review column for the Register News for ten years; has published four books on New Jersey history and three books of true stories of hauntings and paranormal phenomena. In addition, Life & Labyrinth is memoir and poetry, receiving the Florence Poets Society Poet of Distinction Award in 2006. Her book, A Nosegay of Violets, a writer’s memoir is an account of the author’s personal paranormal experiences. Bice leads writing groups and conducts workshops on memoir. She also works side by side with Thomas Park and Sterling Cheston, in the Warren Artists’ Market, (WAM) located in Warrenton, North Carolina, to keep the mic open, drawing more and more writers to the First Friday Poetry night and the WAM annual anthology published to give writers the opportunity to have the world read their work. She is a long time member of the International Women’s Writing Guild. In addition to writing Ms Bice uses the painting arts for expression and has won local and state competitions in both oils and watercolors. She has studied with the late internationally known Juanita Crosby. Artist Gail Bracegirdle led her to plein-air painting. North Carolina artist and teacher Dot Overby has offered guidance.