Author Spotlight: Jan Fischer-Wade
Jan Fischer-Wade is an attorney and artist from the Lincoln, Nebraska vicinity. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Ball State University and her Juris Doctorate from the University of Nebraska. During law school, Jan was the winner of the Nebraska Law Review Writing Competition and was the Research Editor of that publication from 1998 to 1999.
Jan has been an avid writer and English language lover since the age of fifteen when she found the wonderful creative outlet that writing provides. Although she is a full time in-house counsel for an insurance company, her passion for writing, music and art play an important role in her life. Jan is married and has two children.
Jan is currently hard at work on the sequel to Veiled Virtues and has been researching American legal cases from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries seeking inspiration for a historical romantic mystery with a strong female lead. She also has two screenplays in the works.
When Paige Stewart left America to house-sit in England, her only thoughts were to get away from her controlling mother and to have fun. Little did she know that her working holiday would turn into a battle between good and evil, or that she would be the epicenter of that battle. She certainly didn’t expect to be swept off her feet by a modern-day English knight. But when blood appeared on her keyboard and she discovered her childhood scars bleeding, her holiday took a turn for the eerie and dangerous, and when she ventured into the metaphysical shop run by Nathaniel Brightmore, she found much more than tarot cards and crystals.
Jan Fischer Wade