Janet FoggMy focus on writing began when I was CFO and Managing Principal of OZ Architecture, one of Colorado’s largest architectural firms. Fifteen writing awards later I resigned from OZ to follow the yellow brick road, and ten months after that signed a contract for Soliloquy, a HOLT Medallion Award of Merit winner.

My next book, Fogg in the Cockpit, a military history co-written with husband Richard, earned a coveted nomination by the Air Force Historical Society for best WWII book reviewed in Air Power History

What have I been up to since?  Managing the 359th Fighter Group’s Facebook page, mentoring, graphic design, consulting with KGA Studio Architects, and volunteering with Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers.  Oh, and more than a modicum of writing!

HGM AwardSpeaking of RMFW, I am so honored to have been recognized as the 2018 Honored Guiding Member.  I’ve met so many friends through the organization, and learned so much.  Thank you!

 

 

 

Manifest front cover

A Manifest Spirit is a tribute to the officers that gave the 359th Fighter Group its organization and direction, the enlisted men who made it work, and above all the pilots, 121 of whom made the ultimate sacrifice in the pursuit of freedom during World War II.

Relying not on recollections rendered imprecise by the passage of time, or secondhand reports which inevitably lose context, A Manifest Spirit instead presents observations from the group historian, base chaplain, and the fighter pilots themselves, recorded as they occurred during the conflict.

 

 

serenadeA Serenade to Die For 

A sultry singer. Her hunky ex-boyfriend. His stolen hot rod. A kidnapped father. A priceless Aztec sword. The chase is on!

On the verge of her long-sought career breakthrough, singer Isbel Vargas has just completed the performance of a lifetime when a kidnapper demands a ransom for her father. Thanks to his car theft and antiquities operation, her father will be arrested if she involves the Acapulco police. Who can she turn to?

Isbel’s ex-boyfriend, Cane Mullins, is once again south of the border, purportedly tracking down his beloved Camaro, a vintage street rod stolen years before by her father. Cane gets more than he bargains for, though, when he again crosses paths with the exquisite singer. Chased at high speed through the Sierra Madres, the former lovers search for Isbel’s father and a priceless sword he has hidden away, the sole surviving Aztec maquahuitl, while sparks fly and passion reignites. But can Isbel trust Cane again…with her heart?

Plus there’s our new series for the young — and young at heart, starting with Misfortune Annie and the Locomotive Reaper.  Co-written with “Gusto” Dave Jackson, the first in the Misfortune Annie series was released in October 2016. We hope you’ll stop by https://misfortuneannie.com for updates on sequels.