MOTHER’S DAY FEATURE: Mother Daughters Authors- Jane O’Brien

Jena C. Henry is a writer, blogger, book reviewer, and bon vivant. Her goal is to make friends with everyone in the world. Jena enjoys reading new books and encouraging writers to be their best. Jena C. Henry holds a juris doctor degree from the University of Akron and practiced law and raised her family in tropical Ohio. Now retired, she writes novels, conducts writing workshops and enjoys good times with friends and family. Her fiction series, The Golden Age of Charli, spotlights the love and laughter of family life and retirement.

Happy Mother’s Day to all Creatives!

Angie Christine
Angie Christine
Jane O'Brien
Jane O'Brien
Ruby and Sal
Ruby and Sal
Jane O'Brien creates lyrical romance.
Diane Kidman
Diane Kidman
DianeKidman is an herbalist focusing on natural living.
Smoothie Power
Smoothie Power
Delicious & healthy!
Beyond My Boobs
Beyond My Boobs
Angie Christine is a cancer survivor and powerful, positive witness.

Author Jane O’Brien is one of my favorite writers and she is also a wonderful social media friend. She writes popular novels set in western Michigan. Her books take a sympathetic look at the loves and struggles, both inward and outward, of seemingly ordinary people. When you read a Jane O’Brien romance book you relax and enter a calm world of beauty, caring, and love. But please don’t think that means her book are boring- far from it! There are tragedies, sadness, difficult romances, even ghosts that will pique your interest.

Here is part of a review I wrote after reading one of Jane’s book- but it applies to all of her lovely stories:

Reading a book by Author Jane O’Brien is like spending time with a good friend that you can count on. You know you are in for a calm, warm, understanding time together. Jane O’Brien writes with a lyrical and pleasant voice. Author O’Brien’s positive stories and her books remain in my heart even after I have finished them. Highly recommend.

Many of the conflicts in her books involve the challenging relationships of mother and daughters. In the dedication to The Dunes & Don’t Antiques Emporium (White Pine Trilogy Book 2) Jane wrote:

 

I would like to thank my two beautiful daughters, Michelle and Angie, both authors in their own right. Diane, my first born, works as my proofreader and has always been extremely encouraging in my desire to become a writer of fiction. Angie, daughter number two, serves as