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Middle English tradicioun , from Middle French & Latin; Middle French tradicion , from Latin tradition-, traditio action of handing over, tradition — more at treason

Janet Dailey was a prolific writer of romance novels of which 21 have featured on the New York Times bestseller list. Her books have been translated into nineteen languages and have sold over 300 million copies. Her novels are characterized by strong, decisive characters, and a strong sense of time and place. She used her stories to confront important, and controversial social issues of the day.

Born Janet Anne Haradon, May 21, 1944, in Storm Lake, Iowa, to an elementary school teacher father, and hairdresser mother, Janet loved books from an early age, and aspired to be a writer. Encouraged by her three elder sisters, who read stories to her, she obtained her own library card at the age of four. She grew up in small town rural America, and most of the setting in her books reflect this rural environment.

After graduating high school in 1962, she went to work as a secretary with a construction firm. She married the owner of the firm, Bill Dailey in 1964. In 1974, the couple sold the business and ‘retired’, purchasing a Silver Streamer trailer and traveling around the USA.

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Middle English tradicioun , from Middle French & Latin; Middle French tradicion , from Latin tradition-, traditio action of handing over, tradition — more at treason

Janet Dailey was a prolific writer of romance novels of which 21 have featured on the New York Times bestseller list. Her books have been translated into nineteen languages and have sold over 300 million copies. Her novels are characterized by strong, decisive characters, and a strong sense of time and place. She used her stories to confront important, and controversial social issues of the day.

Born Janet Anne Haradon, May 21, 1944, in Storm Lake, Iowa, to an elementary school teacher father, and hairdresser mother, Janet loved books from an early age, and aspired to be a writer. Encouraged by her three elder sisters, who read stories to her, she obtained her own library card at the age of four. She grew up in small town rural America, and most of the setting in her books reflect this rural environment.

After graduating high school in 1962, she went to work as a secretary with a construction firm. She married the owner of the firm, Bill Dailey in 1964. In 1974, the couple sold the business and ‘retired’, purchasing a Silver Streamer trailer and traveling around the USA.

Middle English tradicioun , from Middle French & Latin; Middle French tradicion , from Latin tradition-, traditio action of handing over, tradition — more at treason