About Jeannine Walls Thibodeau

Jeannine Walls Thibodeau can't remember a time in her life when she didn't want to be a writer. She was dismayed at the age of five that a four-year-old had already claimed the title of youngest author. She graduated from Emerson College with a degree in Writing, Literature, and Publishing, and has had her work appear in a creative writing textbook and several small journals. She's currently at work on her first novel that she's determined to complete by March 2014.

Recent Posts by this author:

  • WU Un-Conference Wrap-up, Part 3
  • WU Un-Conference Wrap-up, Part 2
  • WU Un-Conference Wrap-up, Part 1

  • WU Un-Conference Wrap-up, Part 3

    If you missed part 1 (HERE) and part 2 (HERE) of our WU Un-Con recap, please click through and catch up. Below is part 3 — the final recap of the WU Un-Con.  Wake up, Writer Unboxeders. Day 3 awaits. #WUUncon pic.twitter.com/3Ot0P4nNUa — CG Blake (@CGBlake1) November 6, 2014 Don Maass, How Good Manuscripts Go […]

    WU Un-Conference Wrap-up, Part 2

    If you missed yesterday’s introduction to our WU Un-Con recap, please click HERE and catch up. Then come back! Story and Plot with Don Maass, Lisa Cron, and Brunonia Barry Don: In the world of writing, we tend to feel that story is plot. They’re two different things. Lisa: Story is how what happens affects someone […]

    WU Un-Conference Wrap-up, Part 1

    Therese here to introduce you to Jeannine Walls Thibodeau. Jeannine has been working behind the scenes for WU for quite some time, helping out as a part of our guest-post team. She generously agreed to help recap the WU Un-Conference, utilizing notes from several sources, so that everyone in the WU audience might benefit from […]