Hibiscus by Janie Bill

Sparked by the intriguing motivations of antisocialists and their complex relationships with their victims, Janie Bill utilizes her investigative experience in her mystery/adventures. As an investigator for the Attorney General’s Office, she interviewed witnesses and gathered evidence to prosecute criminals. There’s no better place than the federal bankruptcy court to learn about criminal behavior and Janie worked there, too. She continued investigating criminal behavior while working as a corporate attorney handling employee issues.

Janie Bill’s nonfiction publications include dozens of legal treatises referenced by attorneys and judges, travel reviews for those with an adventurous spirit, and articles on how healthful eating can save the planet, and a blog series on, “Elements of Fantasy.” Due to her curiosity about mankind, she has a string of documentary scripts featuring spiritual innovators.

Janie Bill’s artistic accomplishments grace newspapers and magazines, including Southern Living, the Orlando Sentinel, the Commercial Appeal, the Memphis Business Journal, the Memphis Newsletter, femme, the International Fashion Fabric Exhibition and News Press. She lectured at American Bar Association approved seminars, attorney associations, and writing conferences. The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers honored her treatise on copyright law. She is a member of Savvy Authors, SCBWI, the Tennessee Bar, the Florida Bar, and she served as the 2010 conference director for the Florida Writer’s Association.

Janie Bill travels the world, soaking up the rays on watery escapades, and seeking to find vegan dishes in every culture to satisfy her love of purple food.

6 thoughts on “Biography

  1. I’m also a thinker and question “why matter exists to why people are who they are.” My drive for discussion and gaining knowledge has lead me down some interesting pathways in life, and pathways to putting my findings into my writing. I’m pleased to see that you’ve found a creative outlet that works for you, in your illustrations and in your writing. I’m looking forward to reading more of your work.

    Take care,

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