is a published author, freelance writer, editor, former advice columnist, and founder of an Online writers workshop,
teaching the novice, intermediate and advanced writer.
She is a member of Sisters In Crime Internet Chapter, The Short Mystery Fiction Society, Brazos Writers Group, and other writer affiliations.
Jannie is currently writing a paranormal crime thriller, LEAVE A WHISPER, which she intends to make into a series. She's written a children's
book, THE TAIL THAT WAGGED THE DOG, about one of her grandsons and his Boxer dog, Rocky, that teaches
children it's okay to be different. A series is planned for Rocky and his adventures with a lesson and moral in each story.
Some of her work of short stories, poetry, and flash fiction
has been published including an anthology of flash stories in collaboration. She has revised and updated a novel, BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH, which she began writing many, many years ago and now has on the back burner for future resurrection. She writes thrillers: paranormal crime and paranormal mysteries. She also writes short stories.
Poetry is just for her personal pleasure-- and some of her poetry is dark and written especially for her novel LEAVE A WHISPER.
She is chief
editor and owner of A1 Editorial Service, helping other writers prepare their works for submission. She specializes for the self-published writer.
She is also an expert in the writing books category on AllExperts.com, writing
and grammar, as well as the Boxer breed category.