Janice Harris

Rookie (February 2,1965 / Quitman, Georgia)

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I am a 1989 Graduate of the University of South Florida. I majored in Sociology with a Minor in Business Administration. I have always loved writing. I won a scholarship in high school through one of the local radio stations by writing an essay. The idea to write this book came from one of my brothers. We were debating among ourselves and he blurted out you should write a book. As time when on I ... more »

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The Sculptor

Wet clay lies flat on the ground until gentle hands form a head. Then arms and feet follow. With each twist another part is molded. Eyes, mouth, nose and ears, a body stands tall. Erected from the clay.
A blank canvas lies flat on the easel until gentle hands pick up a brush. With each stroke the canvas comes to life. Flowers, cottages, and animals jump onto the page. Snow and rain beating against mountains and valley stare back. Erected from the paint.
Rocks stare formless on the banks of rivers and deserts. Gentle hands pick up a chisel and begin to form images. Tap, tap, tap...

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