Jan Holmes Frost received her education in Boston, Massachusetts, and enjoyed a career in IT management with CPA firms in central California, and as Assistant Controller with a manufacturer in Oakland. She is the author of four novels, and her techno-thriller, Without Sanctions, placed as finalist at the Yosemite Writer’s Conference in 2008.
Her poetry has been featured in Fresno State University’s Focus publication, and in local newspapers and periodicals.Two of her paranormal short stories have been included in a Texas highways ghost book. While living in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas, Frost formed the Valley Fiction Writer’s Workshops, which she is continuing today in Tucson, Arizona, as the Pima Writer’s Forum. An active member of the Society of Southwestern Authors of Tucson, a nonprofit association of writers, Frost promotes their programs and scholarship support within the writing community.
Without Sanctions: A highly structured pocket of radicals are Hell-bent on demoralizing our nation! In Without Sanctions, Jan Holmes Frost shares the fractured vision of homegrown insurgents who manage to stay one step ahead of our nation's highest-ranking agents. Frost's technical knowledge delves into hidden, multi-layered TS areas within the FBI and CIA, where our agents are forced to implement bleeding-edge neuron technologies that until now have been unknown and untested. Frost shows us what can happen when the protectors of our society must go beyond professional effort...and when it becomes personal. (Cortero Imprint)
Eight Things You Need To Know About Writing a Novel : Have you been looking for a quick concise reference on writing fiction? Jan Holmes Frost offers a simple approach to learning this craft. Whether you are writing your first short story, or working on a 100,000 word manuscript, you'll find this book staying at the top of the heap on your desk. These lessons will stay with you as you discover and realize your dream of becoming a writer of fine fiction.