Jan Ezelle is a graduate of the Institute of Children’s Literature: Writing for Children and Teenagers. She is also an artist, homemaker and ‘Gran-Jan'. She hopes to see her writing serve as an inspiration for both children and adults alike, especially those who feel they suffer some sort of disability. “No one should let obstacles—or fear—stand in the way of achieving their dreams,” states Jan, who is facing obstacles herself. “Rather than focus on what I couldn’t do, I had to focus on what I could do.”
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