Author and illustrator J.D. Holiday. has four children’s books out: Janoose the Goose, its sequel – Janoose  and The Fall Feather Fair & The Spy Game, both picture books, a chapter book for six to nine year olds, The Great Snowball Escapade, and an eclectic collections of short stories for adults in Stories & Imaginings For The Reading Spot.
Her site: http://jdholiday.blogspot.com/   &  Her Blog: http://jdswritersblog.blogspot.com/

JD Holiday

J.D. Holiday

My children’s books are: JANOOSE THE GOOSE, its sequel – Janoose and The Fall Feather Fair,  THE SPY GAME and the chapter book for 6 to 9 year olds, THE GREAT SNOWBALL ESCAPADE.

Website: http://jdholiday.blogspot.com/
Blog: http://jdswritersblog.blogspot.com/

Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BooksByJDHoliday

Twitter: https://twitter.com/JDHoliday


13 responses to “About

  1. Hi J D.
    I wanted to let you know, that I now have a new website, and the old site will be deleted very soon. So that you don’t miss out, I have popped you onto the Follow Me subscription so that you can continue receiving notifications of my blog posts. Could I ask you to confirm the subscription by press the “Follow” button and please put your email in? Thank you so much. That is all you have to do.

    I look forward to being able to keep in touch with you on my new website.

    Thank you very much

  2. Great site. Good to e-meet you!

  3. Your children’s books look amazing.

  4. JD: Thanks for following my author blog. Following back, of course. Say hi to Marsha and Virginia for me.

  5. I know her from the internet, but she might know me by name. We are a a few sites and groups together. Then you are keeping you hands in working for Vivian. She is a nice person.
    Are you on Facebook, etc? if you see me anywhere follow and I’ll follow back. What’s your last name so I will know you, Marsha?

    I have to go, but i will answer tomorrow.

  6. I looked at some of the blogs you follow and I see you have 4RV publishing listed. Do you know Vivian personally—or via the internet? That is the company where I work as a submission editor. Small world, maybe.

  7. Just keep your hand in it. Things change all the time and you might find you have the time to write more in the future.
    Thank you, Marsha, for following me back!

  8. Thank you for checking out my blog and liking my page. Do you write for adults also or mainly children? My grand-niece was reading fourth grade chapter books at the age of four. She is now in first grade. I don’t know what level her reading is at anymore.

    • I write for children younger than your grandniece. I wrote short stories for a while and
      am working on putting them into a book for adults.
      Do you write fiction and non-fiction?


      • Both, although most of that is on hold for now as I run my husband’s business for him since he got hurt six years ago. I also work part-time as a cashier in a large grocery store in the Mid-west.

        I want to write Christian fiction, I have several things started, but I’ve written articles also. I used to write for ehow.com some years ago and got compensation, but they changed how they do things and only take journalists now.

        I have several other avenues I’d like to check out but haven’t taken the time to do them justice as yet.

        I also work for a small press as a submission editor. Many of the manuscripts I’ve checked out are for middle school children.

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