Some of her 87+ paperback titles include 101+ Practical Ways to Raise Funds, the nonfiction book, Diet Fads, Careers & Controversies in Nutrition Journalism. Looking to be a science or medical writer? See the book, 101 Ways to Find Six-Figure Medical or Popular Ghostwriting Jobs & Clients, 30+ Brain-Exercising Creativity Coach Businesses to Open.
Want fiction? Then read the medieval historical time-travel novel, Adventures in my beloved medieval Alania and Beyond. Interested in family history newsletters? Then see the nonfiction how-to paperback book, Creating Family Newsletters & Time Capsules, Also see the paperback novel and collection of stories under one cover, Dogs with Careers: Ten Happy-Ending Stories of Purpose and Passion. And browse the paperback book, Who's Buying Which Popular Short Fiction Now, & What Are They Paying?
Looking for Anne Hart's food, health, and behavior-related nonfiction articles collected in a paperback book? Check out Neurotechnology with Culinary Memoirs from the Daily Nutrition & Health Reporter. Some creativity-enhancing books include, 30+ Brain-Exercising Creativity Coach Businesses to Open. Or browse, How to Launch a Genealogy TV Business Online. See the book on how to write plays, Ethno-Playography. Browse the paperback book, How to Start, Teach, & Franchise a Creative Genealogy Writing Class or Club. Looking for nonfiction? See, the paperback book, Employment Personality Tests Decoded (published by Career Press). It's about designing and taking various types of employment tests. Want to produce videos such as documentaries or films and write the scripts? See Anne Hart's book, Writing, Financing, & Producing Documentaries.
Looking for fiction? Also see novels, Astronauts and Their Cats, and the novel, How to Start Engaging Conversations on Women's, Men's, or Family Studies with Wealthy Strangers. See the novel, Proper Parenting in Ancient Rome. Want more creativity enhancement and writing assessments motivating and inspiring your creativity--for writers? See, Do You Have the Aptitude & Personality to Be A Popular Author?
Anne Hart earned bachelor's and master's degrees in English, emphasizing writing the novel, fiction writing and professional writing before starting a full-time career writing novels, plays, poems, and science writing. College minors were in psychology and anthropology. Many of her novels are for young readers focusing on adventure and historical time-travel stories. Nonfiction books include how-to books on nutrition, genetics, health trends, and behavior.
The author also taught university level classes since 1972 part time while spending more than eight hours daily writing novels, how-to books, plays, and scripts. Some of her novels include fiction titles such as Proper Parenting in Ancient Rome and Dogs with Careers. Want a suspense novel with humor? Read Anne Hart's novel, Murder in the Women's Studies Department."
Hart has written more than 2,000 articles and nonfiction books such as Neurotechnology and Culinary Memoirs and books on DNA-driven genealogy, including how to start and teach classes in family history. She also has a frequent column on cooking one-pan meals and specializes in finding healthier ingredients for various foods, for example chia seeds for starch in puddings and eating snacks of nuts and seeds instead of chips.
Check out some of her how-to videos on YouTube on topics ranging from foods to DNA-driven genealogy research. Hart also is the mother to two children pushing age 50 and is the grandmother of nine children, including several medical students.
Since 1959, Hart has been writing daily at least six days a week, either stories, novels, how-to books, informational articles, and plays, poems, or scripts. She retired from part-time university teaching creative writing courses in 2002 and now spends her days writing articles "to make the world a kinder, gentler, and healthier place."
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Author, journalist, and novelist, Anne Hart was awarded a lifetime California Community Colleges Teaching Credential in 1985, and holds an M.A. degree from San Diego State University and a B.S. in English Education (writing). She has written 87 paperback books as well as booklets, plays, articles, stories, poems, and learning materials, multicultural and historical time-travel novels, including books and articles on career development, nutrition and health news research, scripts, personality research, and how-to topics as well as creativity enhancement and creative writing learning materials. Hart has been writing books and articles freelance since 1959.
Anne Hart was awarded a KFMBTV (Channel B News) Harold Keen graduate scholarship in professional writing in 1977. Winner of Mensa National Essay Writing Competition Scholarship, 1979. Scholar Incentive Award, NYU. Book editing. Book and software reviews writer. Columnist and frequent online teacher on the subject of "The Business of Writing. "
Here's a list of numerous paperback book titles written by Anne Hart:
84. How to Start, Teach, & Franchise a Creative Genealogy Writing Class or Club: The Craft of Producing Salable Living Legacies, Celebrations of Life, Genealogy Periodicals, Family Newsletters, Time Capsules, Biographies, Fiction, Memoirs, Ethno-Plays, Skits, Monologues, Autobiographies, Events, Reunion Publications, or Gift Books
Here are links to some of my articles online from my Blog Archive and also a list of many of my paperback books