2016: Jane was prominently featured in Love Between the Covers, a documentary about the romance industry.
Even though New York Times and USA Today bestseller Jane Porter has over 15 million books in print, she is still a small town girl at heart, with deep roots in central California’s golden foothills, oak trees, and miles of farmland. When Jane was thirteen her family moved to Europe for a year, and that abroad changed Jane forever, introducing her to different cultures and customs and creating a life long passion for books, travel, and adventure. Jane later spent much of her high school and college years abroad, studying in South Africa, Japan and Ireland. Armed with a Bachelors degree in American Studies from UCLA, Jane immersed herself in sales and marketing, followed by another six years in the … Continue reading Extended Professional Bio
2015: Christmas at Copper Mountain has been optioned for a holiday cable movie by a Hollywood production company.
2014: Take Me, Cowboy, a Tule Publishing story, earns Jane her 5th RITA nomination, and wins the RITA for Best Novella.
2014: Christmas at Copper Mountain wins the Best Novella category for the Booksellers Best Award.
Oct 2013: The Good Daughter, the second book in Jane’s Brennan Sisters trilogy, won the 2013 Golden Leaf Award for Best Novel with Romantic Elements.
Feb 2013: Jane founded Tule Publishing in San Clemente, to provide creative and commercial opportunities for today’s contemporary romance writers.
2012: Not Fit for a King? nominated for a 2012 RT Award in the Best Series Romance: Harlequin Presents category.
2008: Mrs. Perfect and Odd Mom Out were optioned together by a Hollywood producer before Mrs. Perfect even hit shelves. Flirting With Forty aired as a Lifetime movie starring Heather Locklear in December, drawing in over four million viewers, making it one of Lifetime Television’s four most-watched movies of 2008.