Janet Fogg

Hello, and thank you for stopping by!

My focus on writing began in the 1990s while CFO for the coolest architectural firm in Boulder. Fifteen writing awards later I resigned from OZ Architecture to follow the yellow brick road, and ten months after that signed a contract with The Wild Rose Press for my first published novel, Soliloquy, a HOLT Medallion Award of Merit winner.

Since then I’ve enjoyed co-authoring three WWII military histories about the 359th Fighter Group: Tales from the 359th Fighter Group,  Fogg in the Cockpit, and A Manifest Spirit. I’ve also collaborated on two more novels, A Serenade to Die For and Misfortune Annie Annie and the Locomotive Reaper.  Next up?  Either another collaboration or a SF I’ve been wrestling with for years.

I’m honored to have been recognized as Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers’ 2018 Honored Guiding Member, and enjoy working part-time with KGA Studio Architects, the coolest residential architecture firm in Colorado.

Any other questions?  Please drop me a note!  (Contact me.)

Oh, and I’ve moved my blog here! (JFogg Blog.)

In a hurry?  Quick links to my books:

Tales from the 359th Fighter Group

A Manifest Spirit 

A Serenade to Die For

Misfortune Annie and the Locomotive Reaper

Fogg in the Cockpit


Trail Winds