Jane Foster (Author)
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May 25, 2021
5.98 X 9.02 X 0.5 inches | 0.71 pounds
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About the Author
Jane Foster was born in New Orleans. She grew up there with a taste for delicious food and friendly people, and then life took her to New York for thirty-three years. There she studied English literature and art history at Finch College, and after graduating with honors, she worked at Sotheby's as assistant to Chairman John Marion. Later she worked with the famed jeweler, Fred Leighton, and then opened her own jewelry design business. She is a passionate horticulturist, and two of her gardens are included in the Smithsonian Archives of American Gardens. After moving to Florida, for nearly two decades Jane served on the board of the Hanley Center, an alcoholism and substance abuse treatment center in south Florida. In 2018, she won the Jessica Cosgrave Award for lifetime achievement from Finch College. Jane has three children, and currently enjoys the best of all worlds, dividing her time between Florida and France. Jane has written five other novels. Her first novel, Below Sea Level, published in 2013, won an Illumination Book Award. Her second novel, Sliding, was a finalist for the Eric Hoffer Award. Her third novel, Boulevard Beauséjour, written with Anne Yelland, was nominated for the Book Excellence Award. Her fourth novel, Careless, published in 2019, won the Book Excellence Award. Her latest novel, Zelda Blair, was recently published by Palmetto Publishing.