Lane P. Jordan
Why I Started Writing:
I started writing when I was a child in my diary. I believed God gave me the desire to write and to one day write books. I majored in Journalism/Broadcasting and enjoyed using this degree in my work as a writer and producer for First Baptist Church Atlanta and Dr. Charles Stanley’s ministry.
After moving to Colorado, I had the chance to see women speak and give their testimonies at Christian Women’s Clubs. I knew then that was all I wanted to do—to share the Gospel to as many women as I could. A friend then suggested that I could speak more if I had a book to speak about. And that is when I decided to start writing books, which I had always wanted to do.
Authors Who Have Influenced Me:
Margaret Wise Brown, Francine Rivers, Pearl S. Buck, Margaret Mitchell, Katherine Marshall, Agatha Christie, AWSA and CAN Authors, John Grisham, Fredrick Backman, Ted Dekker, Lisa Wingate, Jeannette Walls, Sue Monk Kidd, Jan Karon
Books I Have Written:
Evangeline—A fiction book based on the book of Esther and placed in the turbulent 1960s.
12 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Woman, based on Proverbs 31
12 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Mom
12 Steps to Having a More Organized Christmas and Holiday Season
12 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Cook/Cookbook
12 Steps to Becoming a More Organized Woman—updated and revised
What I'm Working On Now:
Messy Guessie—A children’s board book
I’d Still Pick You—A children’s board book
The Smallest Star—A children's board book