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Also Writing …

If you enjoy reading my blog, perhaps you’d also like to check out my other work. As a former newspaper reporter, I show up in daily publications from time to time. My work also has appeared in magazines, and in the fall of 2018, I became a contributing book author. ToniBioPic10

I hope to get back to writing my own book in 2019 with stories similar to what’s on this site. It’s a memoir. I hope by sharing my story, readers will be inspired to take their grief by the hand and walk through its process, knowing that a measure of healing will be ahead.

Check out these publications for my work:

  • Grief Dialogues: The Book. My contribution, Standing In the Gap, is on page 215. The book features 61 author with stories on love and loss. It can be purchased at Barnes & Noble and on Amazon @ Grief Dialogues: The Book GD_Final_Book_Cover.V.6._01.13.indd

  • The Wonder Report. “Real News. Real Narratives. Wonder. Uncensored.”  I write news articles, and I write a column about family and relationships, including stories on navigating grief. My first article was published in February 2019. The site’s creator, Lacey Johnson, oozes with perspective and integrity and loves inspirational stories. Click The Wonder Report

  •  The Daily Memphian. I contribute to this daily, online news source in Memphis, Tenn., from time to time. Several of my former newspaper colleagues work full-time at the organization. The first few views at The Daily Memphian are free.

  • Momentum, formerly Crossroads, is the quarterly publication of the Greater Memphis Chamber of Commerce. I write profiles of businesses and business personalities. The magazine is available online or as a hard copy. Access Momentum magazine here, tab down the menu to Newsroom and then Publications.

  • My work also has appeared in The Connect Magazine, where I wrote news stories and inspirational articles about entrepreneurs in 2017 and 2018, and in The Commercial Appeal, where I worked as a news and feature writer for 16 years on staff and then an additional five years as a freelance writer until 2015.


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