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!

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

I’m currently (as always?) multi-tasking, splitting my time between two manuscripts:  a new military history with the working title of Tales from the 359th Fighter Group, and an ongoing collaboration with Bob West entitled Twenty Miles of Fence.  Which will be done first?  It’s a race!

Quick links to my books:

A Manifest Spirit 

A Serenade to Die For

Misfortune Annie and the Locomotive Reaper

Fogg in the Cockpit

Soliloquy

Trail Winds