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During a 30-year career in journalism and communications, Jeff Hampton has covered and written about topics ranging from business and finance to history and faith. His bylines have appeared in publications ranging from The Dallas Morning News to The New York Times.

He attended Baylor University where he majored in Journalism and was editor of the Baylor Lariat campus newspaper. He began his professional career at the Waco Tribune-Herald and has written for newspapers, magazines, businesses, non-profit organizations and government agencies.

Hampton’s first novel, “Grandpa Jack,” the story of a citizen politician, was published in 2013 by Tate Publishing. He has two more books published in 2014 by Tate: “The Snowman Uprising on Hickory Lane,” a children’s tale about what happens when you bully the wrong person; and “Jonah Prophet,” an allegory on the Old Testament Book of Jonah set in the modern business world. He is working on another novel tentatively titled “Aransas Morning,” and he has a backlog of short stories and essays that he’d like to see published.

He currently lives and works as a freelance writer in old downtown Garland, Texas, with his wife LeAnn. Among his many freelance projects, Hampton is editor of Creative Spot Magazine, a digital magazine showcasing Texas artists, writers and musicians. www.cspotmag.com.

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