Jamie Anne Richardson was born in Houston, Texas 30-something years ago. As a toddler she (and her parents, logically) moved to a small town in East Texas called Whitehouse. Not White House or even White Horse as so many UIL competitions announced… the town is called Whitehouse. The town got its name because the first occupant had (surprise, surprise) a little white house.
Jamie lived in Whitehouse from the time she was two until she graduated from Tyler Junior College. During that time she met and married her knight in shining red hair who swept the Fair Damsel off to College Station where she double-majored in journalism and sociology, minored in English, and graduated in 2000. After college she worked for a year as a “real” editor, then resigned to become a church administrator, children’s pastor, and eventually a youth pastor’s wife.
Jamie now resides in a small town outside of Dallas and raises her three kids and two cats thereby splitting her days between mommy apron and writer’s trifocals. She has dabbled in fiction including 1 1/2 novels, but her primary focus is on non-fiction writing and speaking about parenting, dyslexia and Learning Differences. She takes high-level information and breaks them down into easily digestible morsels for parents. She has several short stories available on Amazon. Check out the Publications page for her additional writing venues.