About

In 2014 I began writing the first novel in the Spanish Moss Series. This fictional series is based in Savannah Georgia and will fall under women’s fiction with a mystery spin.

“Tina” Christina O’Brien Calhoun – is a native Savannahian with a family tree dates back to the 1800 Irish settlers. The Calhoun family currently runs the most successful fishing fighting chair business in the US named “Fightin Irish Chairs”.

Tina and her family live on Whitemarsh Island along Bull River with her childhood home facing Thunderbolt’s river view and overlooks the historical Bonaventure Cemetery. The breathtaking views and history of Savannah are described in these stories along with a gambit of characters.

The first book introduces us to Tina and several of her co-workers at a local hospital. We learn about her divorce and see how strong a single mother needs to be to overcome the heartbreak and challenges of being newly single again.

As Tina “gets her groove back” with a little help from a strapping young medical resident, she stumbles upon a medical error caused by a longtime family friend and Chief of Surgery. Or was it murder?

Hope this peeks your interest!

Cheers

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About the Author:

Janet Berridge is a writer and foodie from Atlanta, GA Married to a BBQ Pit Master and have three beautiful daughters.

North Carolina raised, lived in Savannah GA for 13 years, currently residing in Atlanta for over 12 years.

By day I’m a healthcare sourcing manager, with an MBA in Healthcare Administration, article writer, future fictional book author, and now a blogger. Rib me!

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19 Responses to About

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  2. You definitely peaked my interest, I love books basd on the south and a mystery to boot!!

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  3. Hi Janet,
    I’ve been perusing your lovely blog and wanted to say congratulations, I have nominated your blog for a Liebster Award! The Liebster Award is a fun way to recognize some of the awesome posts fellow bloggers (like you) are publishing. The award comes with a tradition of sharing a few things about yourself and spreading the love to other bloggers. You can check out what was passed onto me here: https://seekopenskies.wordpress.com/2015/01/27/time-to-share-the-liebe/

    Happy Blogging,
    Jen

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    • Jen thank you so much, I’m blown away and completely honored! Excited to be a new member and tomorrow while in right mind I will gladly and respectfully accept the cherished award then pass along to worthy bloggers! Love being part of this writers and artists family. Cheers

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  4. tinyexpats says:

    Hi Janet! Your book sounds very interesting! Do you already know how you would publish it?

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    • Traditional publishing with an agent and house. Rather take that road than self publishing.

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      • tinyexpats says:

        And how did you choose who to work with? I’m curious, because i’m thinking of writing a book as well and trying to figure out what i would have to do.

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      • I went to a GA writers workshop with a guest speaker {see Dec 13 post} and she made several good points about the differences between trad/self publishing one of which stuck with me that those who publish through a house can attend the state and national conferences which gives you access to all retailers, houses and agents. The biggie are the retailers can’t sell through them without an housed published book {Amazon is the exception}. They also work hard to market your books through retail tours, signings, guest speaking etc. she also suggested signing up for query tracker.net which is an online database for you to track all your agent queries. See my post for more info. Really helped me make my decision.

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      • tinyexpats says:

        Thanks a lot! Very helpful! Will dig more in that direction 🙂

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  6. Hi Janetberridge, I have gone through your blog and I feel that your blog is really nice and very versatile. Keep up the good work and keep engaging people with your nice writings.
    It’s my pleasure to nominate you for the versatile bloggers award. CONGRATULATIONS!
    you can get the rules to accept here : https://theatuljain.wordpress.com/2015/01/29/versatile-blogger-award-2/
    Have a Good day and Happy Blogging

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  7. Southern women’s fiction always seem to ooze charm and class. It’s a story classification I seem to be drawn to organically. So many great authors to choose from as well.
    I wish you great success in joining the ranks of those lofty folk and look forward to congratulating you when everything is done and dusted, and the ink has finally dried.
    Cheers, Janet. Happy writing!

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  8. coach4aday says:

    Thanks for the follow-always glad when North Carolinians like my posts.

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  9. Thank you for following my blog. As a fairly newbie blogger, it is much appreciated.

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