Jeanette Patindol is currently a fulltime Asst. Professor at the University of St. La Salle in Bacolod City, Philippines. She teaches economics, communications, futures studies and popular culture courses, which reflect her own growth in her interests, work and volunteer endeavors.

She is also a multi-awarded children’s book author in the Philippines. She is a member of Pax Christi Pilipinas (which is a country member of Pax Christi International), the World Futures Studies Federation,  and the International Peace Research Association, as well as a founding member and the first National Coordinator of  The Peace and Conflict Journalism Network (PECOJON).  She also does marketing and customer relations work for the family businesses, The Butterfly Source.


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  1. hello Jeanette,
    Many blessings to you and all you hold dear.

    We have not talked since the time when you were reading my Sacred Vow, but may I ask you a favor?

    Sacred Vow is now on the HarperCollins/London online slush pile—check out the possibilities writers! The slush pile as an interactive, online event!

    The 1st 15 chapters of Sacred Vow are at
    http://authonomy.com/ViewBook.aspx?bookid=1557 and I am looking for support
    that could result in a publishing contract with HarperCollins/London. Sacred Vow has gone up to #12 (up almost 700 places) in the last week, but needs to get to #5 in the next 12 days to be considered by the editors. That appears to mean we need 40-50 more people to move Sacred Vow to its bookshelves.

    If you can help, please go to http://www.authonomy.com and register/fill out a

    Once you have a profile, Search for Sacred Vow (or use the link
    http://authonomy.com/ViewBook.aspx?bookid=1557). Once you have the page up
    with the Sacred Vow book cover, notice that to the right of the page there is a column with several options, one of which is “Back this book”, please click “Back this book” –this adds Sacred Vow to your bookshelf and could result in a foreign rights publisher for Sacred Vow.

    Also, if you have time, please make a comment under Sacred Vow. On the Sacred Vow page (above) there is a comment box under the book description.

    Thanks for your help and support! And please spread the word—

    peace and wonder, dear one,

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