Janna Hill – About the Author

Hi. I’m Janna Hill

The official biography goes something like this: “Janna Hill is an international author of fiction, short stories and poetry. She spent most of her career as a licensed nurse before dabbling behind the literary scenes as a ghostwriter…”

The truth is: I was a licensed nurse, wife & mother for 30 years before embarking on this journey. Happily I still am though I no longer triangulate my identity according to those few facts. I can imagine so many more descriptive terms now that might say who or what I am, far too many to mention. But today I am a writer.

I will never tell you for whom I worked as a ghostwriter (yeah, that is a popular question) but other than that I have very few secrets.

Home is where the blog is and photography is a hobby so you will find a lot of pictures hanging on my walls. Follow me home while you’re at it and don’t for get to check out What’s New.

There are a few interviews with fellow bloggers if you are interested just click on the excerpts. If the links are dead… sorry.

Ghostwriting served me well for many years, mainly because I lacked self-confidence and courage. When I reached the age of 50, I had an epiphany and I called myself a writer. Getting older has its rewards.

My love – what I really get excited about is creating short stories and flash fiction, most of which lean to the dark side. The challenge of condensing and the β€˜less is more’ approach is so appealing to me. Short Stories & Such is the result of that passion. P.S. The Rage Trilogy was abolished and The Clan Destiny Series was born.

 

…and this is me making a goofy introduction. The video was [intentionally] hidden on YouTube for a few years but now I’m thinking… what the heck. #awkward

29 thoughts on “Janna Hill – About the Author

  1. These are absolutely beautiful photo’s Janna. I’ve been privileged to have read many of your beautiful poems, but this is my first brush with you fantastic photography. Color me impressed.

    Dick King

    PS: I’m so glad you found a use for my little poem.

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  2. Janna, THANKS for visiting my “pun-ny” photoblog and leaving a couple of “likes.” You have one one of the most interesting and succinct “About” paragraphs I’ve come across. I love the fact that you are no longer “triangulated.” Since you’ve been to my blog, you know that all of my photos HAVE to tell a story (or they couldn’t be there).
    –John R.: http://TheDailyGraff.com

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  3. Janna, thanks for visiting my blog and liking my photographs. I love your blog and will be exploring your writings more, till now I am very impressed. You are a Nurse & mom with varied talents. πŸ™‚

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  5. Thank you for leading me here with your ‘like’ over at my post Janna. Love what I have seen here so far, and i look forward to more πŸ™‚

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  6. Janna, thanks alot for visiting my blog and liking the post ‘Keem Strand, Achill Island’, really appreciated and hopefully you will be back for some more. Just popped over to pay a return visit and like the about page, will have to see more, especially the photos. MM πŸ˜„

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  7. Thank you to your visit to my spiritually centered poetry site and also my future winery in East Texas in a WordPress blog. I am looking forward to sharing with you, with the hope, in my own postings that you will find something of value to you. I too am looking forward to visiting your blog, especially in the water shots, that I in turn enjoy so much in my own lakefront home on Cedar Creek Lake in East Texas. Many blessings in your own journey.
    John

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  8. Bonjour Madame Hill

    Although my main interest is your great pictures – they allow me to visit a place l will never see – Your writing and poetry is beginning to intrigue and inspire me. I dont know how you manage to find the time for it all but l’m glad that you do.

    Regards

    Dan

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