All About Jean Willett

Jean Willett is a three-time Golden Heart Finalist in RWA's Golden Heart competition. A multi-award winning author, she loves escaping into a story, whether it’s mystery, romance or women's fiction. A former chemist, Jean now prefers the chemistry on the page. Her years as a Navy brat traveling just about everywhere provide a rich tapestry of material for her stories.

Jean's Info

2012 GH Finaling Category
Romantic Suspense

2012 GH Finaling Manuscript
RESCUING REMBRANDT

Previous Finals
2010 GH -Novel w/SRE – RESCUING REMBRANDT 1995 GH-Single Title – SECOND CHANCES

Jean's Fun Facts

What is Your Passion?

Writers sometimes hit a point on their journey through publication where they feel stale. Our words don’t zing on the page like they do in our minds. Our story characters leave the page with only a ghost of a shell to remind us they were present. Our plots feel tired and trite and definitely worthy of […]

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Firebirds Take Flight!

Today I’d like to share will all of you the awesome flight of our 2012 Firebirds. They’ve taken hold of the wind and let their writing soar. Let’s CELEBRATE!! With some Snoopy dancing and foot tapping, lots of champagne and chocolate covered strawberries to seal our lips for those with special news….read on! I’m so […]

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Good Luck – 2014 Golden Heart & RITA Finalists

Good Luck – Golden Heart & RITA Finalists It’s RWA’s Golden Heart and RITA season.  All the entry and book scores have been turned in and I can say I read some great material. Now the waiting begins. In a few more weeks calls go out and the excitement explodes. There’s a lot of anticipation […]

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FOCUS – Do You Have It?

Have you found yourself wondering whether or not you have ADHD? Can you sit still and focus on your words without hopping over to the internet and back? Lately, I’m hearing all kinds of complaints about the lack of Focus– the dreaded word that every writer craves.  Focus is a concentrated effort or attention on […]

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AND . . . CUT!

Wayward words are hiding on your pages…..  Every writer overwrites. Yes, it’s true. All of us have to attack our babies…er…manuscripts with a sharp eye for wayward words defying the delete key. Now these wayward words are allowed freedom on the page until the story is written, the second and maybe even the third draft, […]

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