Janet Fogg's focus on novel-length fiction began when she was CFO for the coolest architectural firm in Boulder. Numerous manuscripts and fifteen writing awards later, Janet resigned from the firm to write full-time, and ten months later she signed a contract for Soliloquy, her award-winning historical romance. Soon after, Fogg in the Cockpit was released. Co-authored by Janet and her husband Richard, Fogg in the Cockpit is based on the World War II diary of Richard’s father, Captain Howard Fogg, a fighter pilot with the 359th Fighter Group.
Janet is currently penning several manuscripts and is a long-time member of RMFW, Pikes Peak Writers, and two fantastic critique groups.
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From Splitwing, the first Red-winged blackbird, to HeCoYa, a massive gray coyote, in Trail Winds you'll find fanciful tales of how five natural phenomena came to be.
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