J. C. Whyte

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Decades ago, when J. C. Whyte was still in elementary school, she discovered a love for writing. Back then of course, she only wrote children’s stories. When she grew up, J. C. had to face the harsh reality that such writing seldom pays the bills. So she got her degrees in Journalism and Communications, and turned to Public Relations, where for ten years she focused her creative energies in feature writing.  

Then after marriage, kids, several more degrees and occupations (including stints as a travel agent and paralegal), J. C. entered law school. While there, she became a columnist for the student newsletter and one of her humorous articles was even published in The National Jurist.

Now J. C.’s come full circle. With publication of Karmack, she’s back at the craft which started her journey: writing children’s stories. And this over-educated grandma is more than glad to be back!