About Jane

Jane Cooper Easton is an American novelist who grew up in Madison, Indiana; and still loves to hike the many trails of Clifty Falls State Park. In her mind, not much in life compares to a wintry skinny-dip in the rushing stream at the base of Clifty Falls.

Ms. Easton considers herself a born-again Christian, but does not hold to the ways of umbrella authority, which she learned firsthand in Columbus, Ohio and later in Chicago, Illinois.

Ms. Easton has studied the fine art of creative writing over many years, and trusts her readers enjoy IN THE SEVENTH DAY.

Presently ( April, 2014 ) Jane is writing her second novel, GANI & SEAN — a novel exploring the lives of several professional assassins. HOWEVER, Jane has decided that male writer, JACK WINTER will publish GANI & SEAN. Check out Jack’s blog at Jack Winter Writer.

9 comments on “About Jane

  1. mtsweat says:

    Thanks for stopping by RIHG and sharing. We just ordered your work… looking forward to reading. Blessings good friend.

    • Hope you enjoy it. As you can probably tell from my blog, IN THE SEVENTH DAY is a tough look at a very evil man and a warped view of ‘godly’ marriage.

      Thanks so much!


    • MT, I noticed you purchased a Kindle edition – let me know if you have a great or not-so-great experience reading my novel in e-form. It’s not my first choice, so I don’t often read e-books. Thanks so much. I also look forward to your ‘review!’ – Jane

      • mtsweat says:

        Hi Jane! Yes, I must confess I’ve become quite the fan of my Kindle. No one saw that coming. I have a decent sized library of the old bindings, and never thought I would like the e-book route, but here I am, in love with being able to carry my library everywhere I go.

        I have just begun to get into your write (8 – the way). I must confess… the main character is not turning out to be a very likable person. I look forward to walking through the lives of your write, and will present a review afterward. At this point, you are a gifted writer, with the ability to attach daggers to syntax. Blessings, friend.

      • Thanks. Yes, MT – Kevin is not a nice guy although he appears to be. I hope some of the events are not too ‘graphic’ for you. I – as I explain in my blog – allowed my main character to take the lead; I merely followed along with him and ‘watched’ so to speak. Much good to you, Jane. (I look forward to your review!)

      • Hi MT, did you find you couldn’t stomach the novel’s main character? Did you have to put it down and move on to another book? Just wondering…

      • Thanks MT! I just saw your review on Amazon Kindle… wow. I so appreciate your kind words.

  2. Jeff says:

    Hi, Jane. I’ve awarded you a Reader Appreciation Award, for being one of my top commenters! God bless you, my friend! 😀

    • Gee, thanks Jeff. I’ve not been around much lately so just picked this up. Writing like a fiend, literally! Can’t wait for you to read this one… assuming I get it written and it’s good. ~ JANE

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