Janus Gangi

Biography

Janus Gangi is a native New Yorker and Native American, in which blood has always been a part of her life. After graduating from Flushing High School, where she majored in music, she was a professional singer/songwriter for a short while. She then went on to medical school and became a Hematology Technologist. She worked for a major non-profit organization, where she was involved in distributing the latest AIDS research information to the top doctors in the United States. She then attended Bible School for six years and went on to be ordained and founded a ministry in New York City. In the early nineties, she moved to East Tennessee where she returned to her roots in the Pagan tradition and went back to school. She now holds degrees in Religious Studies and Psychology in addition to her previous ones. She is an avid amateur Egyptologist, and now enjoys her new found love, writing

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Books

That Morning After from the Phoenix Series
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Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 26,990. Language: English. Published: May 11, 2013. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
(4.67 from 12 reviews)
Nicky has a choice, to continue to let the world use her as a punching bag, or to put on her boxing gloves and give Fate the one two punch. Which would you chose?
Elizabeth Rose
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 17,510. Language: English. Published: January 25, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Historical
(4.00 from 1 review)
When vampires and angels join forces against humanity nothing matters but survival. The final stand on ancient ground, when blood saturates desert sand and the only sounds are the walls falling and mothers wailing with their children... is this the end?

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  • Broken Bones on Oct. 24, 2011

    Broken Bones is a collection of twenty short stories. Some humorous, some thought provoking and some nostalgic ( my favorite Grandma's Scarf) This is a showcase of the author's talent, which is quite impressive. I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone looking to take short breaks from their humdrum, in a comfy chair with a cup of coffee.
  • Raven on Oct. 29, 2011

    Raven was a delightful surprise. From the moment I picked up the book until the day I regretfully reached the end , I thoroughly enjoyed it. It may be targeted for young adults, but this book has appeal for all ages. The storyline was engaging and original. The quality of writing reflects the insured future of this writer, and that is successful. Honestly, I didn't want to put it down, so when I found out the is a sequel I was excited. Keep up the great work you have a follower and a fan in me!
  • RoadKill on Nov. 06, 2011

    Hmmm What do you do when the freezer is empty? Jackie Williams' new short story Road Kill explores some new possibilities. If this is a taste of her writing skills, then you should look forward to the rest of her work! I enjoyed this and so will you.
  • Djinn on Nov. 16, 2011

    Well, I did it I read a book out of my normal genre. Djinn is my very first horror book, and I must say, I was introduced to the genre right! My perception of what a good horror story is; one that gets your heart racing and keeps you on the edge of your seat. This book did this for me and more. The dialogue was rich. It is written in first person from two perspectives. Each perspective was of a well developed character and it was also enlightening. I have read many possession accounts, but never from the viewpoint of the one possessed. All the emotions of fear, confusion, and disbelief were masterfully woven into an easy reading and very entertaining story. I have come to the conclusion, that every other horror book I read from now on is going to have to be held up to a high standard, now that I have read this book. If you like horror you will definitely love this book. I did!
  • Cassandra's Heart on Nov. 17, 2011

    A little spice and a little magic. Cassandra's Heart is an easy reading delightful book the that you will enjoy. Directed toward young adults, it explores the reintroduction of relationship love after a lost. A totally enjoyable read. I liked it and so will you!
  • Quislings on Dec. 22, 2011

    After a night on the town, four friends decide to finish their Halloween celebration with a seance. After all, it's just a game, right? The four find out soon enough, that's not so, in this tale that will scare your socks off. The story is set in beautiful Cancun, Mexico surrounded by turquoise seas, and ancient Mayan temples. The gods are back, and they have a mission for Usha. That's if everyone doesn't die first! This book kept me on the edge of my seat, tantalized all my senses, and brought forth every one of my emotions. And then it brought to life my biggest fear! All I can say is WOW! I loved it. In my opinion this is Poppet's best work so far, and since all of her work is best selling material that says a lot.
  • Flesh & Blood on July 12, 2012

    I am so impressed. I have not see talent such as this since To Kill a Mockingbird. This story is set in the same era and has the same flavor but... it has uniqueness that the author brings to it. It has all the elements of a true, good work of fiction. Well developed characters, emotion, anticipation, and the ability not to let me put it down until the end. This is my first reading from this author,and it is definitely not my last. I highly recommend that you read this and continue reading this author's work.
  • The Wrong Side of Right on May 29, 2013

    Sometimes we hurt ourselves because we are too terrified to feel good. Honestly, how many of us get this life thing right? If you are looking for a book that has sweet romance don't bother reading this book. This is the story of a soul searching for his place in this world when he was brought up to believe he would never fit. He makes choices some good, some self destructive. But each choice he makes brings him closer to the realization that he always did fit. There is a place for everyone. I found myself weeping and laughing and cheering. Would I read this book again? Yes, in a heartbeat.