Illinois State Library

Illinois Center for the Book

Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Misti Sandefur  

Pen Name: Misti Jackson


Audience: Adult; Young Adult; Children;

Born: Paducah, KY

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Illinois Connection

Misti and her family reside in Southern Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information

Misti Sandefur is the author of two books (currently published under the name Misti Jackson). In addition to her books, she's written and published over 200 articles in print and electronic publications; she's the founder and editor of, a niche website for aspiring and veteran writers; and she writes Web copy, blog content and feature articles for CEOs, webmasters, individuals, businesses and anyone else who needs the services of a professional and dedicated writer.When Misti's not writing content for clients or penning her Christian fiction novels, she enjoys spending time with her husband, three teenagers and two stepchildren. They enjoy activities such as board games, yard games, playing the Wii, nature walks, hunting, fishing and camping. Misti and her family reside in a small community in Southern Illinois.

Published Works Expand for more information

Titles At Your Library

Help From Above
ISBN: 1589391454 Publishing. 2002

"Misti Jackson's HELP FROM ABOVE is similar to the well-loved television drama "Touched By an Angel." It contains all the warm heart-felt elements, which will keep readers spellbound until the last page is savored and enjoyed." - - Suzie Housley, "In tradition of Clarence from It's a Wonderful Life, Ms. Jackson gives us the story of Ronald, an angel who has yet to earn his wings. His first assignment is to save George from the path of self-destruction that was similar to the one that caused his own death." - - Amanda Faye Killgore, Ivy Quill Reviews. "A heart felt story of devotion, love, challenge and denial as seen through the soul of one in the know..." - - Merlin's Review Staff, Merlin House Editing Co..

On the Net, Resource Guide for Writers
ISBN: 1589392248 Publishing. 2002

Whether you are searching for a Publisher, Editor, Agent, Job or just a resource to help your writing or promotion, On the Net, Resource Guide for Writers is the most useful tool to keep by your computer. Alphabetical indexes help you search over 450 markets and resources that you can find on the Internet, right from your home office. These include listings such as Publishers (Print on Demand, E-book, and more), Editors, Literary Agents, Research Sites, Clubs and Mailing Lists for Writer?

Speaking Engagements

''Southern Illinois Writers Guild Meeting

Date & Time

May 20, 2010 (7 00pm CST)


Room B48 (across from the information desk)

at John A Logan College on 700 Logan College Rd. in Carterville, Illinois.


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