This is me (hint: I’m the short one).
I’m head over heels for books! I write them, I read a TON of them, I like to talk about them with others. I like to hear what you think about books, and, if you’re a writer too, I’d love to hear about your journey. I started this blog because I read so many books that it becomes difficult to keep track of all the details about any particular book and why I liked or didn’t like it. I review books on Amazon and Goodreads, but like to delve more deeply into certain books to spark more in-depth conversations about them.
My name is Jamie Moesser. I used to write, edit, and help with blogging events at MomItForward.com. I occasionally write for GoAdventureMom.com. I write. ALOT. Professionally, I was a magazine editor, website and social media content editor, and event manager at Brigham Young University. For years, I wrote, editing, and raised funds for various nonprofits. I was the managing editor of the academic journal Utah’s Health: an Annual Review. I have a Masters of Public Administration degree, nonprofit focus, and a bachelors’ degree in Journalism from the University of Utah.
I’ve been a PTA Reflections Literary judge every year for more than a decade, and have organized science fairs, school carnivals. I’m passionate about helping kids, especially in the arts.
I write fiction. I’ve written three books, one YA science-fiction/fantasy, and two YA low sci-fi’s. They are in various stages of querying and revising. I’m working on my fourth novel, an adult sci-fi about Easter Island and the immortality of the whole human race.
In my every day life, I love being a wife and mom to my two boys. I and my family love to do a lot of things together. We snow ski. We water ski. We dirt bike. We wake board. We camp. We race r/c cars (yes, that is a thing). We geocache. We fish. In addition, I scrapbook, read, and game with my kids (I’m partial to Horizon Zero Dawn right now, but I’m also the queen of every Lego video game every made). In short, I don’t just read. But reading is my favorite.