Plunkett
Tammy Plunkett

Author. Advocate. Advisor.

 

Author. Advocate. Advisor.

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Author

Author

I’ve been writing books, personal essays, blogs, and “strongly worded letters” since the age of fourteen. The written word is my life’s blood. I hope my fiction allows you to escape and be entertained. I aspire that my memoirs allow you to learn more about yourself and the world. And, I intend for my non-fiction to help inform your next decision.

Advocate

Advocate

As a member of the Airdrie Pride Executive Board, I lead our Parenting with Pride monthly meeting to empower families with children and youth who identify as LGBTQ. I am proud to focus my time and energy on helping youth flourish in acceptance and belonging as well as helping parents know they are not alone, and what may seem like a crisis can indeed be a gift.

Advisor

Advisor

Founding Big Sky Author Services was a marriage of my life coaching skill set and my passion for writing. I take established entrepreneurs and professionals from having an idea to holding their book. I guide authors past their inner critic and hold them accountable towards a finished product. I then alleviate decision fatigue by facilitating their publishing journey.

Advisor

Advisor

Founding Big Sky Author Services was a marriage of my life coaching skill set and my passion for writing. I take established entrepreneurs and professionals from having an idea to holding their book. I guide authors past their inner critic and hold them accountable towards a finished product. I then alleviate decision fatigue by facilitating their publishing journey.

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Gender Compassion

With International Women’s Day on the horizon, I am forced to have a deeper look at my self-identity as a fierce defender of women’s rights. Before my third child transitioned to a boy, I spoke of empowering women and gender equity until I was blue in the face. I...

How Can I Trust My Kid to Know?

As the mom of a transgender 13-year-old, this is the question I get the most from parents of LGBTQ children and youth. How can they trust that their child is right about their gender or sexual orientation? How can they tell if it’s just a phase? How can they trust...

My Kid Just Came Out… Now What?

Our children come out to us in various ways. Some of them declare their LGBTQ identity the same way they tell you what they ate for breakfast. It’s just a fact. This is how my oldest daughter announced she was bisexual. Some children, however, come out to us in more...

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