Writer, publisher & writing coach Super Hero Janet shares step by step how she writes, publishes and makes money writing “Beach Chair Diaries”. Pick up your beach chair and grab your funny bone. Get whisked away in this collection of seaside tales from Maui to Maine. Let these word waves wash over you as you laugh out loud and reflect on life in, on, and around the water.You’ve heard of armchair travel? This is beach chair travel! You can have summertime, anytime, with these delightful, insightful essays including Surfer Girl, Find the Perfect Wave, Beach Chair Therapy, A New England Dock and Beach Withdrawal. Dip your toes into this ultimate beach book and you’ll feel as if you’re at the water’s edge, even if you’re landlocked or in the middle of a blizzard. And you can take that to the beach. Janet Spurr has been visiting the beach all her life. Between the sand and the waves she has found paradise and much more which she brings to you in the pages of Beach Chair Diaries. When not at the beach she works as a sales rep for women’s accessory lines, which she sells to the six New England states. This brings her to the shores of Maine, Lake Champlain, Vermont, the lakes of New Hampshire, Rhode Island’s beaches and of course, the North Shore of Boston. Although the waters of New England are home, paradise is in the warm waves of Maui as well as the other Hawaii islands. Someday, she hopes to spread the Aloha Spirit throughout New England. She is a member of the National Writers Union, NEIBA, The New England Independent Booksellers Association, IBPA, the Independent Book Publishers Association, Dolphin Yacht Club, Colby-Sawyer College class correspondent and Trinity Church in Boston. She hopes to write many books including; Stupid Questions Asked, Tales from a Road Rep and Heaven Has No Zip Code, which is a book about her dad.