Elece Hollis is a photographer and a freelance writer. Her love for photography focuses on macro images—closeups of flowers, children, and food. Her writing is inspired by her life as a wife, and mother on a farm in Oklahoma.
As a freelancer, Elece has worked on twenty seven gift books. She loves to write stories, devotionals, poetry, and blog about her life on the farm with children and grandchildren. She has written for many print and online magazines—mostly about home. Her areas of writing cover homeschooling, cooking, baking, stay-at-home mothering, education, safety, activities for children, and nature.
Teaching is another of Elece’s loves. She taught her own seven children at home and loved almost every minute of it! Elece continues in her teaching skills through writing, leading a writer’s group, public speaking and private instruction in food preservation, cooking and baking, rock and fossil study, photography, creative writing and other general topics.
What’s Good About Home was a S-A-H moms column that Elece wrote for years and turned into a blog. She also created a blog named Thoughts Join Letters and one named Prairie Places, one called Letters from Home and lastly one named Images of Home which featured her photography and poetry. These are now combined into this blog of over one thousand posts.