Date Published: 01-19-2022
Publisher: Indies United
In 2045 America is ruled by ‘The Brain’. It’s a country of dried-up rivers, computer project educations, holographs, and robots. Most species have died off and even fresh air is scarce. Children don’t form bonds and therefore can’t love. They become drones – dangerous killers. The answer lies on a road in Pindar Corners but to find it is to risk the loss of your soul.
In need of a hero, Harry Erin Cooper steps up to the plate and, along with his wife, Adina, they restore what should have been.
What is the hardest part of writing your books?
The book I’m writing now is very
difficult and the difficulty is pulling through the narrative, so it makes
sense. It’s about murder so who murdered who and why? I don’t want it to be
predictable and that’s tough.
What songs are most played on your Ipod?
Jazz vocals, music from the 70’s, Joni Mitchel, Natalie Merchant, Caro Emerald, Madelyn Peyroux, Kat Edmonton, etc.
Do you have critique partners or beta readers?
Yes, I do, most helpful.
What book are you reading now?
I’m going to start Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty
How did you start your writing career?
I always wrote, first a diary, then poetry, then short stories and now novels.
My next release is Book Three of The Fourniers, Memory of Music, and it follows the newest generation of Fourniers. Fanny Fournier grows up in the 1950s and life evolves around her love affairs, her mistakes, and her triumphs. The book ends in 2006 and from there we might pick up Cody Fournier’s life.
About the Author
At the age of fifty Jane began to write novels. Some of her titles include Dancing Backward in Paradise, winner of an Eric Hoffer Award for publishing excellence and an Indie Excellence Award for notable new fiction, 2007. The Story of Sassy Sweetwater and Dancing Backward in Paradise received 5 Star ForeWord Clarion Reviews and The Story of Sassy Sweetwater was named a finalist for the ForeWord Book of the Year Awards. She has published in ESL Magazine, Christopher Street Magazine and has written early childhood curriculum for Weekly Reader and McGraw Hill.
Jane still lives on the upper west side of Manhattan right near Riverside Park where she takes her delightful dogs for a jog, Peanut and Carly. She comes home to her spouse of thirty years and her two cats, Sassy and Sweetie Pie.
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