Local Denver author, Janet Fogg, has released Soliloquy, a time-travel romance described as a tale of passion, of heroes, hope, and the consequences of creating extraordinary music amidst the dark nights of World War II. All this painted on a canvas of deep, everlasting love.
When concert pianist, Erin Lockhart Meyer, travels through time, she is forced to play to save not only her own life but the lives of others, including a British fighter pilot, Arick Ambrose. The reviews on Amazon all repeat the same thoughts: Soliloquy is believable, intellectually satisfying, and filled with unexpected twists.
Fogg said, “My focus on novel-length fiction began in the early 1990s while CFO for the coolest architectural firm in Boulder. Four novels, three collaborative screenplays, one collaborative non-fiction, several in-progress manuscripts, and fifteen awards later, writing became my vocation when I resigned from OZ Architecture in January of 2008. I then revised Soliloquy yet again and signed my contract with The Wild Rose Press in October, 2008.”
Fogg adds, “I first took my writing seriously back in the 5th Grade. Our teacher told us we could either take the final exam or enter the statewide essay contest. I won third place and still remember the first sentence of my essay. ‘George Washington was a great man.’ Definitely a winner!”
When asked what she is working on now, Fogg explained, “I’m writing a science fiction manuscript entitled The Shadow Patterns of Melt. I’m also sending out queries for a completed non-fiction manuscript: Fogg in the Cockpit, a collaborative effort with my husband, Richard Fogg. Richard’s father flew Mustangs and Thunderbolts out of England in 1943/44.”
Her advice for new authors: “Get into a critique group and keep writing new words. Don’t get stuck re-writing the first 60 pages of your novel. Finish it! Start the next! Don’t ever stop reading. Try to write every day.”
Janet Fogg is a member of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and Pikes Peak Writers.
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