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. 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.
Photography is a hobby so you will find a lot of pictures hanging on my walls.
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 ‘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.