Janine Latus loves words. Especially verbs. She likes to play puppet with them. Make them dance and twirl and tumble like kittens with the ring from top of the bottle of milk.
She writes books and speeches and articles for magazines, in part because she is endlessly curious and being a writer allows her to ask and explore and learn about things she never knew existed.
Right now she’s writing a second book, this one about the 14 months she spent living as a nomad, house sitting around the country to answer the question, If you can live anywhere, how do you choose? Part memoir, part travelogue, part exploration of the vast array of ways to live in this country, its working title is Sleeping Around. She plans a subtitle that will lower expectations.
She can write for you.