|"Walking Bridge" was taken with Jo and her cousin in the gravel road that ran in front of |
their grandparent's home in Kemper County, Mississippi, circa 1970.
|The historic marker for the town of Electric Mills, Mississippi;|
the ghost town that inspired the setting for Jo's book.
|Ashley Warlick and Jo|
Jo Hackl is represented by Tracey Adams of Adams Literary. Jo is also a corporate lawyer with Wyche, P.A. in Greenville, SC, where she is Past President of the Greenville County Bar Association and the recipient of the Richard Riley Award for her pro bono service. She is a past president of Emrys and the founder of Outdoorosity.org, which provides a free source of information and inspiration about the outdoors to individuals, families and educators. She lives with her family on the side of a mountain where she writes every day and tries to spend as much time outside as possible.