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 working on a book about the art, science and ethics of conservation and preservation at Colonial Williamsburg, and a proposal for another about the effects of over-prescribing at the Veterans Administration.
She can write for you.