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Betsy Collins Cromley

Interview Betsy Collins Cromley

Betsy Collins Cromley is about to turn 80 and about to publish a new book. How could there be a more perfect guest on Old Women Who Write?


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Regina Jones

Part 2 w/ Regina Jones

In Part II of this interview, Regina discusses more of her life and more about her memoir in progress. You will love her.  And I apologize for the abrupt beginning of the interview. Just overlook that flaw please and enjoy the interview.


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Regina Jones

Part 1 w/ Regina Jones

I am proud to share Regina Jones with you. This outstanding human succeeded in this world when all predictors might have said it was not possible for her to do so. I look forward to her book.


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Alison Acheson

w/ Alison Acheson

I found Alison Acheson through a piece she wrote on the Medium platform called “The Gifts of Old Women.” Once I contacted her, I found out she has written many fiction books, mostly for young adults and children. In 2019, her first non-fiction book “Dance Me to the End: Ten Months and Ten Days with ALS” was published. I read that book and realized she is a wonderful writer. She is one of those writers that requires you have a pen and notebook nearby so you can write down many of her beautiful sentences. 


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Renee Fisher

w/ Renee Fisher

Renee Fisher is a woman of many talents. She raised three children but has given herself to many: supporting young pregnant girls, teaching English to recent immigrants, and volunteering for ElderWisdomCircle.org, responding to advice requests from all over the world. In her heart, Renee is and always has been an artist. The writing was her first love, followed by painting. In both cases, she first engaged in these creative arts when she was young, let them fall by the wayside in her middle years, and in her 70s, has embraced them.