Janie Storer


Janie E.M. Storer was born in Essex, England in 1976. She qualified as a nurse in 1998. She then Moved to the North East of England, where she made a new life for herself and a new home. She did well at school and university, and enjoyed learning new things. She has a particular interest in history of societies, such as Ancient Greece, Rome, And Egypt. She would to travel the world one day, especially keen on taking a cruise or a trip on the Orient Express. She stayed in Chicago, Illinois for some time in 2000 + 2001, growing keen on the American culture and way of life. She hopes to visit more of the USA over time. She loves nature, and is a keen amateur photographer in her spare time. She lives with her family in Newcastle Upon Tyne, and married in 2013.

She has a love for vampire movies and books. She likes horror movies in general. She is also a big Dan Brown and Virginnia Andrews fan. Some of her favourite films are The Matrix, The Da Vinci Code, Angels And Demons, and the Saw films. During her first years of school her report said she would never learn to read or write well. By The last year of junior school she had read the ENTIRE school library of books, including the full unabridged version of Lorna Doon. At age 11 she was given a book by her teacher at school, called Daddy Long Legs, and this became a firm favourite, along with Pollyanna. She loves the classic books, as well as science fiction, and crime / murder mysteries.

She has a love of crafts such as knitting, crochet, quilting, and cross stitch

Smashwords Interview

Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in and around London a lot of the time. I was born in Essex but moved around a lot. I have also lived in Hampshire, Berkshire, A few places in Essex as well.
I moved to the North east of England in 2004, and currently live just outside Newcastle Upon Tyne. I love living here and have no plans to ever move anywhere else.
I dont believe where I have lived has really influenced my writing yet
When did you first start writing?
I don't really remember, I guess when I was in junior school. I remember once writing a story and I had to go to the headmaster and show him it, and read it out in assembly. I always loved creative writing lessons in school, and would always write really long stories and lots of poems.
It's something I just seem to have always done.
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