Joanne at 52, with her writing pal, Shiloh, a Blue Heeler cross Border Collie... wrote the whole trilogy in their 25-acre Aussie rainforest haven... totally so peaceful living off grid (no electricity/plumbing) the first 3 years...
Joanne is published--
In Cyclamens & Swords Literary Magazine
" "ANOL- A New Way of Living (fictional short story about a world without credit cards), 2013
"The Potoroos Second Chance" (fictional short story about when there’s just 40 Potoroos left), 2014
In Flash Fiction Literary Magazine
"Jogging in Spring" (a flash fiction short story—300 words), March 2020
In Better Read Than Dead Writer's Anthology
"Rowan and His Mate Joey" (fictional short story inspired by Joanne's two years as a cowgirl or 'Jillaroo', in Australia), Jan., 2021
Completed manuscripts that are currently being revised/edited:
Eagles of the Rainbow Forever, vol 1, vol 2 and vol 3 *A trilogy, fictional historical saga; word count per volume is 165,000
Our Souls Will Always Love *a contemporary romance inspired by a true story; word count 48,000 words
Kate's Like an Eagle. Watch Her Soar *a contemporary fictional narrative inspired by a true story about Kate overcoming PTSD; word count 60,000 words
Single Life: Heavenly, Hellish & Humorous *a contemporary fictional narrative inspired by a true story
With Every Breath *a creative non-fiction about Joanne's journey from terminal diagnosis to getting a second chance at life via double lung transplant; word count 6,000 words
Joanne Galliher at now, at 69.
Joanne in the NEWS!!
It must pay to be part Irish. To date, Joanne's writing has been blessed with Australian and USA multi-media coverage -- five newspaper articles, one live radio interview & mentioned on CBS Evening News USA... all resulted from her quirky Media Release. *Scroll to Menu to see where you can find her multi-media coverage.
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How Joanne Galliher envisions the world is always the underlying theme of 90% of her short stories, novellas and novels. "Humanity is like a huge clipper ship. Those aboard are of every race and creed. They must truly work as a mighty Unity in Diversity Team to dash through... to survive... the Tsunami caused by all forms of prejudices--racial, religious, age, gender and socio-economic. Reading is our chance to recreate... and RE-CREATE our views... Views that can hinder or can advance our world. A famous religious man once said, "Make us waves of one sea... Make us flowers of one garden... Make us leaves of one tree..."
Students at Queensland Institute of Graphic Art, in Australia, were paid to design the book covers.