JQ Rose Press Releases
JQ Rose (Janet Glaser), a regular chatter and previous guest author, has graciously allowed us to use her press release as a chat topic. We will be discussing her press release, and how to write our own, in the June 12, 2013 chat. Review her release, and bring your questions to chat!
JANET GLASER WRITING AS J.Q. ROSE (mailing address)
Contact: Janet Glaser
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LOCAL WOMEN FEATURED IN BOOK FOR GIRLS
Athlete Mackenzie Woodring, originally from Holton, and artist and children’s book author, Jane Stroschin, Fremont, are featured in a new e-book, Girls Succeed: Stories Behind the Careers of Successful Women, released by local author, Janet Glaser, who writes as J.Q. Rose.
Woodring is the 2012 Michigan Pro State Champions at USA Cycling’s Road Race and won gold, silver, and bronze medals in the 2008 Beijing Paralympics. Jane Stroschin’s delightful children’s books and artwork are beloved by residents of this area as well as around the country.
Girls Succeed is an interactive e-book about non-traditional careers for women and includes interviews with fifteen remarkable women who have achieved recognition for accomplishment in their occupations. The diverse group of careers encompasses women in the arts, business, science, medicine, ministry, entertainment, and sports. Stories about women who have stamped out disease, made people laugh, earned Olympic and Paralympic gold medals, and crossed the country in the cab of an eighteen wheeler, are just some of the chapters which inspire and empower girls to reach for their dreams. The e-book is available at major online booksellers such as Amazon and Kobo.
“It was a privilege to interview the fabulous women and share their stories with readers,” Glaser said.
In 1976 Janet Glaser and husband, Ted, purchased Fairview Floral in Fremont from Jacob and Nellie Schornagel. They settled down in Fremont and raised their daughters, Sara Wolfsen and Lee Ann Clausen, and “grew” the floral business into Fairview Floral and Garden Center, Inc. re-locating it to the corner of Green and 48th St.
After selling the business in 1995, Glaser became a regular contributor to the Times-Indicator--the beginning of a career in writing articles for newspapers, magazines, and online magazines. Glaser is also the author of mysteries published by MuseItUp Publishing. Her latest mystery is Coda to Murder, which takes place in a small town in Michigan.