Her site is: http://jdholiday.blogspot.com/
Her blog: http://jdswritersblog.blogspot.com
Janoose The Goose, a picture book:
The Spy Game, a picture
The Great Snowball Escapade, a chapter book for six to nine-year-olds: http://jdholiday.blogspot.com/p/the-great-snowball-escapade.html
JANOOSE and the FALL FEATHER FAIR is co-written with Luke Brandon Winski. It is a sequel to
The Goose: Janoose
Stories And Imaginings For The Reading Spot by JD Holiday
~be entertained and amused from Anne and Romanoff’s naughty pack, Stephanie finds trouble with a wounded cat and a remorseful landscaper; and the beach cottage that brings Cheney’s nightmares of the Sci-Fi warrior into focus in Stories & Imaginings For The Reading Spot~
JD has had a chapbook of her short stories called, Trespasses published in 1994 and she has had short stories printed in literary magazines and numerous articles about writing and publishing published.
Ms. Holiday lives in the Delaware Valley of Pennsylvania, USA.
Q&A with JD
Describe your workspace.
It's an old piece of furniture, a bench the top flips down and you have a table.
The keyboard and monitor are in the center with a lamp behind them, the computer
Do you have a favorite quote?
My favorite quote is "THERE are some people who live in a dream world,
Douglas H. Everett (1916 to2002) was. He was a practitioner and teacher of chemical
thermodynamics which I even find hard to say. He wrote textbooks and published o
1959, when I was eight years old, was his Introduction to Chemical
Thermodynamics. Everett's hobbies were building scientific models mostly
What is the best advice you've ever received?
I'd say it was, 'don't let how people treat you change the way you are
If you could have coffee with anyone (living or dead, real or fictional)
was be my parents. I would love to ask them questions I don't know the
What are your top three favorite books?
To Kill A Mocking Bird by Harper Lee, Madam, Will You Talk by
Mary Stewart, and Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.
What was your favorite book as a child?
The Secret Garden. My second grade teacher read it to us at the end
If you could do anything in the world, what would it be?
I guess it would be to make a couple of my manuscripts into movies.
What is the craziest thing you ever did? This could be as a writer or
Well, people who know me will say that I have never done anything in
I think is the right thing at all times is how I live my life. BUT if people are nasty,
I will not tolerate it.
I will not tolerate it.
Did you feel like a celebrity when you held your first published book?
No. It's funny to me now, but I was just so glad I was able to accomplish
Is there anything in your life you wish you could do over and why?
Yes, there are a few things I would like to have changed along the way. The
I'm on for the better? They might not have and I feel that things are very good
Who has been your biggest support or inspiration?
Early on, there wasn't anyone who supported my writing. No one thought
What would be the best way for readers to contact you?
I can be found on
Where can people find your book?
My books can be bought on Amazon and Barnes & Noble on line and ordered in bookstores.
~THERE are some people who live in a dream world, and there are some who face reality; and then there are those who turn one into the other
~Just remember, writers are the only adults who get to spend all day in their pajamas playing with
~I can't explain the complete satisfaction I get when I finish a painting only to say it is as close to when someone who loves me says, "I understand."~ JD Holiday
The Best Judge of a Person's Character is by how they treat you -- not from malicious talk by Vilifiers. ~ J.D. Holiday