As a Michigan native, author, counselor, speaker, former educator, and lover of travel, animals, and adventure, I now live in North Carolina with my husband, Daniel. We are owned by our kitty, Oliver Monkey. He runs the household; we just pay the mortgage.
I'm happy to make the following announcements!
Now offering Virtual Life Coaching sessions
Sometimes a person needs extra support going through Life's transitions and curveballs. Please reach out, particularly if you are an author/artist, counselor, or educator. I understand the "rhythms" and demands placed on each of these professions and can use my experience to provide support and guidance. (Please see Life Coaching/Counseling link above for more details.)
Available for Pet Loss counseling
Our furry friends are important family members and it can be heart-breaking when we lose them. Please reach out if you need extra support. (See Pet Loss link above for more info)
Available on Betterhelp.com for other counseling
Check back soon for upcoming events!
FINDING HER SPIRIT is available
Reawaken the horse-loving child in you in my coming-of-age novel about Maren, a horse-loving girl, and the many times horses provide stability in her ever-changing life, despite the fact she can't have one.
If you'd like a signed copy for $20 each (includes s & h), please email me at: TBartonBarrett@gmail.com. Also available on Amazon, paperback and Kindle, however, Amazon takes about 75% from each book sold. Thank you for your support of an Indie author/small business owner!
Please enjoy my presentation at Wonderland Book Club from Friday, Sept 24, 2021. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rh5JQl9JwLY
Now available at these fabulous Indie bookstores:
The Next Chapter Bookstore, 320 S. Front Street, New Bern, NC https://thenextchapternc.com/
Park Road Books, 4139 Park Road, Charlotte, NC https://www.parkroadbooks.com/
Main Street Books, 126 South Main Street, Davidson, NC https://www.mainstreetbooksdavidson.com/
Our beloved Rutherford B. Barrett, aka Bubby Bear has earned his angel wings. His sweet, quiet, and gentle nature will always be felt, particularly in specific areas of the house. His fight with Megacolon, and then another sudden & big medical issue became too much to bear. We wanted to relieve his suffering, even though it meant more suffering for us. Bubby, we hope you get many head and bellies scratches in Heaven; we know you loved nothing more. Rest gently, our sweet Bubby Bear. (3/20/09-5/2/21)