Janna Hill is an international author of fiction, short stories and poetry. Most of her career was spent as a licensed nurse before dabbling behind the literary scenes as a ghost writer. Her motto is, "Fans are just friends and family I haven't met... or wrote about yet." Janna currently resides in Texas.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in Texas. I'm not sure how it influenced my writing other than the twang and slang that spills onto the pages. I believe the people around me, family, friends and coworkers definitely influenced the characters that I write about but [I think] that influence could be found anywhere in the world as part of the human condition.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
That depends on the season, the weather and my mood. I believe family comes first but since it's only me and the mister at home now I spend my spare time meandering outdoors, grooming the dogs, playing some silly game on my iPad and taking photos, I also like to blog and share photographs over at WordPress.
Irwin Smutter is an outcast, a socially unacceptable, nasty cigarette smoker. Irwin seeks out a cessation expert, a dispassionate hypnotist who cures him while revealing cigarettes are the least of his problems.
The Perpetual Series combines two former singles known as Perpetual Darkness and Perpetual Spring.
Perpetual Darkness is his side of the story. “He merely followed his instinct, not giving any thought as to why he watched her.”
Perpetual Spring is told from her point of view. “Some might consider him a stalker but she preferred to think of him as a guardian of sorts.”
Dissension is brewing between the clans in Zomb Valley. The Dactyla’s, a once peaceful herd of mystical herbivores are willing to starve in order to break the curse. On the other hand the Polycerate clan is willing to kill in order to keep the curse alive.