Jaimie Krycho is a professional writing student at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma. With thorough coursework in writing and journalism, as well as experience in editorial writing for Fort Worth, Texas Magazine, Mrs. Krycho intends to put her skills to use for online publications, and eventually, write a novel. She frequently posts on her blog, Refining Process: http://jaimiedawn.blogspot.com.
The woman who made the world cry on Britain's Got Talent proves her talent again in her beautiful and dramatic new album.
It's amazing the difference four years has made in my answer to the haunting question: how will I change the world?
Brilliant humor born of animated aliens, awkward creatures, a deficient president, a five-story bride and, of course, colorful mass chaos.
Why all the hype now for a high fantasy series written over a decade ago?
Can we legitimately reconcile Halloween celebrations with good-versus-evil religions?
The next time someone hands this 20-year-old a kids' menu, I'm dyeing my hair gray.
Food is for eating and enjoying, not for ruining your life.
I like Dekker, but he doesn't stick to his (entertainment) guns very well in this series-capping good-and-evil novel.
Foreman steals the 2 a.m. hopes and fears right out of listeners' heads, weaving them into music commiserating and uplifting. A moody, moving masterpiece.