Non-profit consultant |MemWow! creator |Fiction author
I write. For fun and for hire.
I’m a consultant (in haiku)
Ghost-writer for hire
I’m an entrepreneur (in cinquain)
Celebrating honouring remembering
Strengthing families, bridging generations
I’m an author (in quatrain)
Mother Teresa’s Advice for Jilted Lovers
A service to help you start over with your life
The man who’s offending will get what he has coming
Be careful with the toaster, your ladder, that knife
Consultant, Creator, Author
Like the old-time circus barker who stood on his soap box, drawing people into the tent to see the show, Barker Communications (that’s me, Donna Barker) works with not-for-profit organizations and socially progressive businesses to help you draw members, donors and clients into to the tent to support your cause.
In a tweet, I help you tell your stories with greater impact.
MemWow! Special event memoirs that make you say, “Wow!”
Most memoirs are boring.
And all memoirs are really. Hard. To write.
If you want a fun and easy way to share the memories of a special event, you need a MemWow!, not a memoir.
You can make a MemWow! for a special birthday, an anniversary, a marriage, a promotion, a retirement, a celebration of life… or just to say, “Gosh, we sure love you!” to someone special.
Author of quirky women’s fiction & rebel romance
Mother Teresa's Advice for Jilted Lovers
After the death of her third serious boyfriend, thirty-year-old Tara suspects she may have killer psychic powers. She’s devastated and fearful that she’ll never be able to have a permanent relationship but her best friend, Betsy, sees great potential in harnessing this ability to both help women-in-need get out of dead-end relationships and make a whole lot of money. They launch a service called Mother Teresa’s Advice for Jilted Lovers.
News of Tara’s powerful work travels fast and the money floods in. For a short time. But when the police are tipped off, Tara is arrested for murder. In jail awaiting trial, Tara uses her powers to help other inmates find their self-worth. In the process, Tara finds her own real power — and the real murderer.