Valerie Allen

Valerie Allen
Beyond the Inkblots: Confusion to Harmony
This book is a guide to the psychology of everyday living based on simple truths to limit our anxiety and maximize our satisfaction. It focuses on personal responsiblity for our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. It helps us understand that life is a do-it-yourself project. It helps us realize that it is not so much the events in our life, but our response and handeling of those events that determine the quality of our life. This book addresses the importance of positive mental and emotional resources within our reach to create the life we want and experience personal joy in our relationships.
Write, Publish, Sell! Quick, Inexpensive Ideas for the Marketing Challenged (2nd Ed.),
Suffer the Little Children (Novel),
Sins of the Father (Novel),
Summer School for Smarties (Children Gr 2-5), and
Bad Hair, Good Hat, New Friends (Children Gr 2-5)
Melbourne/FL/USA
Valerie Allen, psychologist, author, and speaker has published fiction, nonfiction, and children’s books. Her articles have appeared nationwide in parenting magazines and many of her short stories have been published in literary magazines.
She is the author of two novels, Suffer the Little Children and Sins of the Father. Her children’s books are for grades two to five, Summer School for Smarties and Bad Hair, Good Hat, New Friends.
She is a popular speaker at writers’ conferences and offers workshops based on her book, Write, Publish, Sell! Quick, Easy Inexpensive Ideas for the Marketing Challenged (2nd Ed.) She also teaches and offers seminars in the area of positive mental health, based on her book, Beyond the Inkblots: Confusion to Harmony.
She has served on the Board and is a member of the Space Coast Writers’ Guild in Melbourne, FL and the National League of American PEN Women, Cape Canaveral Branch. She is a co-founder of Authors For Authors.
Writing for Fun and Profit,
Write, Edit, Re-Write and Edit Again,
Mega Marketing with Mini Money,
Take Aim and Focus Your Writing for Children, and
Psychology of Everyday Living.

You Must Tell to Sell