Jamie Godwin grew up in a small community nestled in the foothills of Appalachia. Her observant nature was allowed to grow and develop through her life obstacles. She wrote and published her first book, “Telling Hands” in 2014 detailing her journey to become a writer.
After leaving her career in financial sales, Jamie has been an active volunteer, leading and working with many charities over the years.
Jamie still resides in Alabama. She recently re-opened the only, long-closed store in her hometown of Grove Oak, to bring back commerce and life to the small town. As a business owner, entrepreneur, and creative producer, she has published three books, some poems and a combined literary collection.
Jamie has a love of words, and communicating new ideas. Find her books on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KRVTJ9K or at The Grove Oak Store where her artwork is on display in the store gallery. Check out the blog tab. Its full of fun posts about music, state parks, small business ownership, and life stuff.
She’s busy exploring and fighting the man. Yall look for her first documentary real soon in early 2017. “We The People” was filmed on location at Standing Rock, SD and tells the stories of the Native Americans and how they have been affected.