Richmond, Virginia (PressExposure) September 08, 2009 -- Chester, Virginia September 8, 2009 Jackie Tomlin works full time as a psychic under the nickname of Ms-Swami. She is also a paranormal investigator, radio host and a freelance writer. She has recently accepted a freelance writing job at Examiner.com.
"I am still new to the Examiner, but so far I have enjoyed writing for them as well as I enjoy the feedback that I have received from the readers."
If you look up the Examiner.com and search under Richmond, Virginia, you will find her under "Life" and then "Religion and Spirituality".
"At first I though it was kind of odd that they would place me under Religion and Spirituality, but actually this is fairly common." "The topics that I choose to write about are split between psychic topics and the paranormal."
You may also contact her directly at her personal website known as Ms-Swami.com. There you will find a wide variety available for psychic readings.
"At Examiner.com, they allow me to personalize my page with live links." "I am currently in process of adding some of my favorites over there." "There will also be some upcoming articles on the local Richmond area."
Jackie has stated that she likes the presence of Examiner.com on the web. She feels that it is very informative to the local Richmond Tri Cities area.
"It gives me an opportunity to discuss the topics of psychics and the paranormal in the local area." "They both appear to be popular topics, but you don't hear about them too often."
If there is something in the Richmond area upcoming that you would like to see in print, please contact Jackie and tell her of your plans.
"The articles that I write are generally informative to the public at large." "I also want to include local events, particularly with Halloween around the corner."
Don't forget that if you are all about ghosts, she is the founder of CVAPI, Central Virginia Paranormal Investigations. At CVAPI.com, you will find a public forum with all sorts of topics of discussions related to the paranormal.