Who’s That Indie Author? Janice J. Richardson


Author name:  Janice J. Richardson

Genre:  Nonfiction, Fiction (Mystery)

BooksThe Making of a Funeral Director, Spencer Funeral Home Niagara Cozy Mystery Series – Casket Cache, Winter’s Mourning, Grave Mistake, First Call

Bio:  I am an identical twin, a special needs mom and a former funeral director. A news junkie, I’m an avid reader of nonfiction, historical fiction and anything that has words on it. Retired now, I am always reinventing myself, and as I look back at my various careers,  I would do it all again. Well, some of it. A little bit anyway.

Favorite thing about being a writer:  Getting to know readers, supporting authors. One of my biggest thrills is hearing from readers that they learned something from my books.

Biggest challenge as an indie author:  Promotion, marketing

Favorite booksA Thousand Splendid Suns (Khaled Hosseini), The Lover’s Portrait (Jennifer S. Alderson), Anne of Green Gables series (Lucy Maud Montgomery).

Contact Information:
Facebook:  Janice J. Richardson
Twitter:  @richardsonjan1
Email:  themakingofafuneral.director@gmail.com
Goodreads: Janice J. Richardson

Awards/special recognition:  Winter’s Mourning: semi-finalist in first lines contest (AUTHORSdb) 2018; Casket Cache – Best Canadian Cozy Mysteries (Listopia)

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