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About Gregory Lee White
Gregory Lee White was born in Owensboro, Kentucky in 1967. He grew up in Bowling Green, Kentucky and began writing at the age of nine. “I remember the day was steamy, too hot to play outside. The boy across the street said to me, 'let's write some stories.' I thought he was sort of flaky, but I tried it anyway. It stuck."
More than a decade of experience in soap making and aromatherapy led to his 2012 book, MAKING SOAP FROM SCRATCH: HOW TO MAKE HANDMADE SOAP – A BEGINNERS GUIDE AND BEYOND (an Amazon Bestseller in soap making books). It was followed up in 2013 by his book ESSENTIAL OILS AND AROMATHERAPY: HOW TO USE ESSENTIAL OILS FOR BEAUTY, HEALTH, AND SPIRITUALITY.
He credits his mentor, professor and author Evelyn Thurman, for helping to get his first short story published in a magazine. When he was only 14, he and Thurman collaborated on a travel guide and puzzle book, which described the various home-sites of author Laura Ingalls Wilder. Out of print for many years, White rewrote and released LITTLE HOUSE SEARCH: A PUZZLE BOOK AND TOUR OF THE WORKS OF LAURA INGALLS WILDER in 2013, dedicating it to the late Miss Thurman.
He is the co-proprietor of the popular Nashville Tennessee based metaphysical store, aromaG's Botanica. He is a folklorist, a teacher of Appalachian folk magic, as well as a professional Tarot card reader. New Age books are his current main focus.
“I started out as a fiction writer,” says White. “Maybe when I am finished with everything I have to say in the non-fiction, ‘how-to’ genre - I’ll get back to the characters in my head.”
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Trying to find a way home, Pickin must travel through the horrors of the poultry sheds. Along the journey, she encounters many of her kind: the abused chicks, a refuge rooster, the jailed battery hens and some busty broiler chickens. But will Pickin find a way back home before she faces the terrifying processing plant?
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