|J.Q. Rose, Author|
|Janet Glaser writing as J.Q. Rose|
|Presenting a Life Storytelling Workshop|
BIO: Whether the story is fiction or non-fiction, J.Q. Rose is “focused on story.” She offers readers chills, giggles and quirky characters woven within the pages of her mystery novels. Her published mysteries are Deadly Undertaking, Terror on Sunshine Boulevard and Dangerous Sanctuary released by Books We Love Publishing. Using her storytelling skills, she provides entertainment and information with articles featured in books, magazines, newspapers, and online magazines.
J.Q. taught elementary school for several years and never lost the love for teaching passed down from her teacher grandmother and mother. She satisfies that aspect of her character by presenting workshops on Writing Your Life Story.
Based on the lessons taught in her workshops, JQ created a book, Your Words, Your Life Story: a Journal for Sharing Memories to help life storytellers write, publish and market their stories. She decided to take her advice and use the lessons learned from all the years of presentations and pen her memoir, Arranging a Dream: A Memoir.
Blogging, photography, Pegs and Jokers board games, and travel are the things that keep her out of trouble. She and her husband spend winters in Florida and summers up north with their two daughters, two sons-in-law, four grandsons, one granddaughter, two grand dogs, four grand cats, and one great-grand bearded dragon.
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2: Jeans or Yoga pants? Capris
3: Painted or non painted nails? Painted when playing Pegs and Jokers and card games
4: Favorite color? Green
5: T-shirt or dress shirt? T-shirt
6: Flip flops or sneakers? Sneakers with fluorescent pink laces
7: Big purse or small? Small
8: Tattoos? No.
9: Piercings? None, not even my ears.
10: Diamonds or pearls? Diamonds.
11: Favorite animal? Cat
12: Favorite food? Mac and cheese
13: Rap or country? Blues, Jazz
14: Height? 5’3”
15: Sports or couch? Are Corn Hole and Ladder Golf considered sports? If so, sports.
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