After writing feature articles in magazines, newspapers, and online magazines for over fifteen years, J.Q. Rose entered the world of fiction with her published mysteries, Sunshine Boulevard and Coda to Murder, released by Muse It Up Publishing. With Girls Succeed she returns to her first love, writing about real people. Blogging, photography, Pegs and Jokers board game, and travel keep her out of trouble most of the time. Spending winters in Florida with her husband allows Janet the opportunity to enjoy the life of a snowbird. Summer finds her up north camping and hunting toads, frogs, and salamanders with her four grandsons and granddaughter.
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Reader's Guide for Girls Succeed: Stories Behind the Careers of Successful Women
by J.Q. Rose
The reader's guide accompanies the non-fiction e-book for girls, Girls Succeed: Stories Behind the Careers of Successful Women. The stories chosen for this book are designed to inspire and empower girls to pursue their dreams for their futures. The fifteen successful women within the pages are excellent role models for girls. The questions for discussion and fun projects reinforce the concepts.
Girls Succeed: Stories Behind the Careers of Successful Women
by J.Q. Rose
An interactive e-book filled with dreams and passion to inspire, entertain, and empower girls. Fifteen remarkable career women in a variety of occupations share their stories about their work and the path they took to become successful in their careers.
A separate Reader's Guide for Girls Succeed is available to help develop units for teachers and homeschoolers.
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Smashwords book reviews by J.Q. Rose
- It's Elementary, My Dear Winifred
on Sep. 22, 2014
Miss Mae's book is for those readers who love to solve puzzles. Trapped in the bowels of a castle, the readers group endures fierce hounds, fire, bats, and more as they try to find their way out. The story evolves as they wonder who is there captor and why? The author uses rich dialogue, mannerisms, and description to add to this Victorian era story of intrigue. I recommend it!