Janet enjoys reading and writing Christian Mysteries as well as Crime Fiction and the subgenres. She has always been interested in reading and writing mysteries because she grew up reading Nancy Drew and the Bobbsey Twins. She enjoyed the characters, their situations, and attempted to solve the cases with them.
As a result of her desire to read Mysteries and Crime Fiction, she wanted to learn how to write them, so she continued studying these genres and writing short stories and books in order to have her books published someday.
In June, 2007, Janet reached one of her goals, which was to be a published author. She is a published author through lulu.com, and she has written over 20 books that can be purchased through lulu.com.
Janet works at home as a full-time freelance writer. She has written book reviews, articles, columns, How-To Guides, correspondence courses and taught them, lesson plans, and books for children through adults and published them.
Janet is also a Channel Steward for the Early Childhood Education Channel at Helium.
She has two Bachelor's Degrees: BGS Degree in Human Development and Family Life from the University of Kansas and a BA Degree in English with a writing emphasis from Washburn University.
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Megan and Christy lived with their parents in a fictitious city called River City, Kansas. They will be in the fifth grade at River City Elementary School, which was near their house. They attended Vacation Bible School, but when Megan saw her father leave for work early one morning, she wanted to find out where he was going.
Creative Mini-Mysteries for Creative Minds
This book contains several short stories that I have written as mini-mysteries. Some of the mini-mysteries are included in the book, Detective Michael Mallory's Intriguing Mysteries. The first mini-mystery in ths book is titled Sadey, the Pet Detective. Sadey is my purebred Chihuahua and has been a detective throughout her life.
Detective Michael Mallory's Intriguing Mysteries
Detective Michael Mallory is my name. I'm a detective at the police station in Lakeview. This is a collection of intriguing mysteries that I have investigated. Part One consists of stories that are from my point of view. Part Two consists of stories that are told in third person point of view. I hope you will enjoy them.
Solving Mysteries, which is in the Cedar Tree Mystery Series, features Christy and Megan Parker, who are identical twins, and their parents, Tom and Nancy Parker. They live in River City, Kansas. Christy and Megan are in the fourth grade at River City Elementary School. They enjoy reading mysteries and can read chapter books.
Cedar Tree Mysteries Book Club
This is the first book in the Cedar Tree Mystery Series. Christy and Megan Parker, who are identical twins, and their parents, Tom and Nancy Parker live in River City, Kansas. Christy and Megan are in the third grade at River City Elementary School. They enjoy reading mysteries, especially chapter books. They also want to start a book club they want to call Cedar Tree Mysteries Book Club.
Romance On A Deserted Island - Or Is It?
Penny Marshall lived in California and because of some recent trials in her life, she wanted to escape to some place far away, so she chose Lakeview (a fictitious city). It took her three days to travel in her van and her travel trailer, which had all of the conveniences of a mobile home.
Short Stories for Children
This is a collection of short stories for children. Each story has a lesson that children need to learn such as: listening to parents, obeying parents, learning about forgiveness,and learning to share. There are also questions at the end of each short story to help children develop reading comprehension.
Chaz Strebor - Or Is He?
This book is about Chaz Strebor. This might be his name, or it might not be. He is a burglar and faces all kinds of hilarious incidents and doesn't know what to think. The truth about Chaz Strebor is revealed when Detective Mallory confronts him.
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