Articles, Columns, EditorMarilyn Redmond has been writing since as early as the 1980's. Her first project was writing and editing a newsletter named, Poor Richard's Newsletter, for Sunset Press a commercial printing company. Later, she edited and wrote for the Marriage Encounter Newsletter for Washington State.
She won several tributes in writing. Her first trophy was for being a Golden Poet at a New York poetry convention in 1991. Twice voted poet of the month by her group the Tacoma Writers Group was an honor. She won their international writing contest with the story, "All Time Victim." Subsequently Marilyn graduated from the Long Ridge Writers Course. She began attending the Santa Barbara Writer's Conference for about seven years. This brought many opportunities as an author in several anthologies.
In 1995, she began writing her first column, "Self-Help for the 90's" for the Orting Gazette. Internationally, the First Word Bulletin in Spain began publishing many of her articles in their magazine in 1996. She began her next column in 1996 called "Lighten Your Life" for the Pacific Northwest Spirit, an Edgar Cayce Newsletter that was also an international publication and appeared on the internet web site for the Edgar Cayce's Association for Research and Enlightenment northwest web site. After several articles appearing in the Personal Excellence and Venture Inward her writing has been mostly published in numerous newspapers and news releases. She is always offering information to inform the public of valuable issues.
Her two books, Roses Have Thorns and Secrets to Life and Living: Let the Real You Out, include information to support growth and development for healthy, happy, lives in prosperity. She offers her experience and wisdom from many years of searching for answers for life and health. The truth will set you free.