Janet Lee MonteraDateline: ~ Janet Lee Montera © 2011; Freelance Writer
First Published: Jan 21, 2011 / Last Published: May 08, 2011
Janet Lee Montera, Author A prolific writer, albeit my works have yet to appear on the New York Times Best Seller List... I dream they will. Like other writers, my love is for the creative, for the characters, for the words that come from another dimension and the finale. There is genuine gratification when a piece is finished; no matter its length or its world-wide draw. A project begins as an inspired blueprint and ends as hard work. Current blueprint: "THOSE WHO CAME BEFORE" (previous "The Wedding Garden"). A native Coloradoan and Manager of JLM’s Garden, LLC. My career: Stenographer with the FBI in Denver, Secretary with the Atomic Energy Commission in Idaho Falls, Idaho and Administrative Professional at Colorado State University. I love music, tradition, reading, to think and plan and to cry tears of joy and sorrow. Most of all, I love all phases of writing from thought to character to constant changes to realization. The act of writing is an isolated experience. Yet, at some point the realization must escape seclusion to access the peoples of the world. It is for this reason writers write.
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May 8, 2011
The American Dream
The American Dream: That dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone...in Politics
March 20, 2011
My Sisters, I Hear You
May I suggest, social media created a world where elsewhere is now knocking on our front door.
Shadows of Humanity
Inside the specter that is human life is where we are the most visible. Like tree branches in winter...
February 14, 2011
The Web of Silence
Being human we also push back against generations of fear-driven life to unearth the sovereignty of our soul.
February 5, 2011
Writers: Puppets on a String
Devotion to the act of writing reduces us to puppets: words our puppeteers.
January 21, 2011
Six Degrees of Separation
I have my answer: Our world is connected...