Pulp Literature

Pulp Literature has a successful track record of locating excellent authors. The latest Issue is now ready! 

Check it out at http://pulpliterature.com/subscribe/back-issues-2/issue-18-spring-2018/

Way to go Jen, Mel and Susie

Obviously we’d love to have millions of subscribers - you can sign up for the eBook or even good old paper at http://pulpliterature.com/subscribe/

By the way, if you fancy yourself as a contributor you can submit your offerings for review.  

Voice Over

Jane is making her voice available for your "Voice over" needs. Listen to Jane reading some of her own materials at Writings (and Reading). Contact Jane for more information.

Crane Library

Jane has returned to read at the Crane Library. Volunteers narrate and digitally record course reading materials and textbooks for faculty, staff, and students with visual, print, or learning disabilities. Or check out how you can help !

Jane's goes Blogging!

Join the conversation at http://womensconversations.blogspot.com. Current topics:

Small Group and One to One Coaching

Need some personal attention? Jane has been working one on one with people for years and would love to "light your way and walk beside you on the journey".

Jane also works with small groups in the same personal way to help them build their interrelationships

For more information on these programs and how they can be customized for your group, please contact Jane.

Jane's Toolkit

You've seen the Gorilla, heard about the Personal Style Indicator ~ now find out more about all the exciting tools Jane can customize for you.

 

Jane's selections

Allaigna’s Song: Overture

by JM Landels (Author, Illustrator), Mel Anastasiou (Illustrator)

 


A love story, a family saga, and a coming-of-age novel that braids together the stories of daughter, mother, and grandmother.

The Buddha in the Attic
by Julie Otsuka

Buddha in the Attic tells the story of a group of young women brought from Japan to San Francisco as “picture brides” nearly a century ago. The book traces the extraordinary lives of these women, from their arduous journeys by boat, to their arrival in San Francisco as new wives; from their experiences raising children who would later reject their culture and language, to the deracinating arrival of war. A spellbinding novel about identity and loyalty, and what it means to be from another group in uncertain times.

Our book group loved this and one of Julie 's other books:

 When the Emperor Was Divine
by Julie Otsuka



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