Jean Shaw started her literary career by accident writing poetry and her work has been featured in two best sellers. She lives in UK and believes things happen for a reason.
Her first three books were written because of peer pressure, and the first, her favourite, was snapped up by a publisher in less than a week. Now she self publishes and her writing is conversational and friendly.
Jean's youngest son has autism and she links that and other health issues to mercury poisoning caused by dental amalgams. All the details and stories in her books on these subjects are true and sadly, do happen to people.
Jean's first books are mostly non-fiction and based on personal experiences.
Jean likes condensing stories into rhyming verse and many of her books contain poems she's written. She's especially proud of her A Life In Rhyme series of poetry books and her two children's books - Jodi Goes To The Farm and Jodi Goes To The Zoo, which are completely educational rhyming verse.
She has also interviewed many inspirational people and you can listen to some of her chats at http://jeanshawinterviews.com
Jean believes it's never too late to get out of your comfort zone.
You can follow her on her blog at http://www.jeansmenopausalmoment.com/blog which she regrets she has little time to update these days, but hopes each entry is worth reading