About The Author

Jan Fallon

Campsite Six is Jan Fallon’s debut novel based on parts of her story that are fictionalized in its pages through the life of Evie Clayborn.

I enjoy writing about the ways of life and the ways of God, which are at the same time both worrisome and wondrous. Stories of the Bible can leave me wondering about the areas we see only through a darkened glass (1 Corinthians 13:12). I write to answer this wonder with plausible possibilities that are close to home and bring readers closer to God.”

Campsite Six, a quick-paced, speculative-suspense novel filled with what-ifs is such a story.

Her fictional piece written in the style of The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis entitled, Your Affectionate Uncle, Screwtape, was sought as an example with permission to quote it and other writings. This interest lit the fire that eventually prompted her to write Campsite Six.

Jan has two published articles; Sex was my Last Priority on Today’s Christian Woman, and What a Good Marriage Can Do on Growthtrac Magazine. Her personal story, Courage to Change, weaves through Campsite Six in various threads. These and additional writings can be read on the My Library blog of this website.

She currently resides near the foothills of Denver, Colorado with her husband Chuck Fallon, LPC, author of Marriage Recall, and happily near their three grown sons. Jan is a graduate of Colorado Christian University and is a graphic designer and owner of ScriptArt, LLC.

“As an author, I invite you to tell your friends about Campsite Six. As a fellow faraway, I invite you to share your journey and how Campsite Sixor any of my other pieces—entertained and/or encouraged you. Thank you!”

The release date of Campsite Six is coming soon!

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