Jane Bowyer

 
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It sounds a bit cliché’ but the rocky start to my life has inspired my passion for literature.  It was a blessing in disguise as ultimately it has helped me to form my foundations in life

I began to get into writing at the age of 19 when I first moved to the South East by myself.  I left my home in search of a better life.  Insecurity dripped through my veins back then, as I believed I was stupid due to my dyslexia and people telling me so.  I openly thought I had nothing to offer the world until I found I wanted to write. Words would pop into my dreams and it just felt natural to write them down.

Books like Beatrice Potter, Jane Eye, and old black and white movies pushed me to want to create my own magical world. Also, there were singers from my childhood like Madonna, Prince etc… that collectively inspired me back then.
My writing may be different now but the spark of inspiration was lit.  I couldn’t sing nor act but writing seem to flow in my blood. It was amateur in those days, but it was a start and everyone has to start somewhere. I was inspired by hope and by those who were brave enough to try and catch their dreams and succeed. I’m a bit of an old romantic as well as a spiritualist…. so writing to me is a connection to the divine. My writing comes from some place beyond me.  I’m a rebel with a cause…love and I feel the universe has been supporting me from the beginning, and for this I offer my heart-felt gratitude.

 

What I write:

I write yoga books and articles, which help to make yoga accessible to all.

I also write women's fiction novels with a strong theme of personal transformation.

I am also currently working on a children's book.

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Make personal appearances, Give readings in schools, Journalist and broadcaster, Novelist, Write for magazines/newspapers
Fiction, Health matters - non medical, Novels, Sport, Internet, Creative Ageing, Women's development, Children's Literature, Journalistic Work, Short Stories, Women's Writing, Mind, body and spirit, Self-Help, Fiction, Health matters - non medical, Novels, Sport, Internet, Creative Ageing, Women's development, Children's Literature, Journalistic Work, Short Stories, Women's Writing, Mind, body and