Janie McQueen's writing career includes news beats at major metro newspapers including The Greenville (SC) News and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and a stint as a speechwriter during the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta. She is the author of three previous books, including The Magic Bookshelf, a parents' favorite and library staple that was also featured in Parenting's Babytalk magazine and as a series in The Los Angeles Times Book Review as part of Reading by 9, a children's literacy initiative. A native of Beaufort, SC, McQueen has a BA in English literature and writing from the University of South Carolina. She is married and the mother of four children, who range in age from 3 to 14. They live in metro Atlanta.
This is not just the story of Janie McQueen but other mothers as well and links to resources for anyone living through a similar outrage.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book was excellent! Janie was in my life? I am always amazed, nothing has happened to me, that hasn't happened to some else. It just takes a hero to write it down. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Laura M. Weishew
I knew I was leaving a narssisits. However, I did not listen to all the advice. After coming home one Friday night he spit in my face. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Workin it
Too wordy and not well written: didn't even read into the second chapter...boring. don't waste your money, buy something by Melody BeattyPublished 23 months ago by Shelley Childs
Janie McQueen exposes the unethical practices of Attorneys and organizations that support abusing and victimizing Spouses using the divorce process. Read morePublished on December 14, 2012 by victim of divorce process
I would have appreciated this book more, had the other author of this book been given writers credit. Congrats, Janie.Published on September 17, 2012 by HFH
It's about time for a clear-eyed look at the divorce and custody industry. There are and have been plenty of books bemoaning the author's condition, along with various police and... Read morePublished on April 17, 2012 by Ann Individual