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Date of Birth March 28, 1948
Place of Birth Cobb
Country United States
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Age 73 years, 4 months, 27 days
Horoscope Aries

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Jane Krentz net worth, birthday, age, height, weight, wiki, fact 2020-21! In this article, we will discover how old is Jane Krentz? Who is Jane Krentz dating now & how much money does Jane Krentz have?

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Jane Krentz Biography

Jayne Ann Castle was born on March 28, 1948 in Cobb, California, United States. She and her two brothers were raised by their mother, Alberta, in Borrego Springs for the first decade of Jayne’s life.

Jane Krentz is a famous Novelist, who was born on March 28, 1948 in United States.

According to Astrologers, Jane Krentz zodiac sign is Aries

Jayne Ann Krentz, née Jayne Castle (born March 28, 1948 in Cobb, California, United States), is an American writer of romance novels. Krentz is the author of a string of New York Times bestsellers under seven different pseudonyms. Now, she only uses three names. Under her married name she writes contemporary romantic-suspense. She uses Amanda Quick for her novels of historical romantic-suspense. She uses her maiden name for futuristic/paranormal romantic-suspense writing.

Jane Krentz Net Worth

Jane Krentz is one of the richest Novelist. Jane Krentz is also listed on the elit list of Richest Novelist born on March 28 . According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Jane Krentz net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Jane Krentz Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth$1.5 Million
SalaryUnder Review
Source of WealthNovelist
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HouseLiving in own house.

Her 1986 novel, Sweet Starfire, was a futuristic romance, a subgenre that combined elements of romance novels and science fiction. The novel was a “classic road trip romance” which just happened to be set in a separate galaxy. In 1987 she published a second futuristic romance, Crystal Flame, which again allowed for a “traditional romance plot unfold[ing] in an extraordinary world”. The success of these books encouraged Krentz to try to write a real historical romance with a humorous twist, which she released under the pseudonym Amanda Quick.

Her first novels were released under her birth name, Jayne Castle. Krentz signed a contract allowing one of her publishers to own the name, and, after leaving that publisher, Krentz was unable to use that name on new works for ten years. This led to the creation of several pseudonyms, including Jayne Taylor, Jayne Bentley, Stephanie James and Amanda Glass. By the mid-1980s she had begun using only her married name, Jayne Ann Krentz, for all of her contemporary romance novels.

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She earned a B.A in History at the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1970. Fearful that she would be unable to find a job using her degree, she elected to obtain her graduate degree in Library Science from San Jose State University. Immediately after graduation she married Frank Krentz, an engineer, whom she had met at San Jose State. The couple moved to the Virgin Islands, where Krentz worked for a year as an elementary school librarian, a time she refers to as “an unmitigated career disaster”. Realizing that she enjoyed being a librarian but not the aspects of teaching that working in an elementary school required, Krentz moved into the higher levels of academia, including a stint in the Duke University library system. Krentz and her husband later moved to Seattle, Washington.

Krentz’s novel The Waiting Game was adapted for the Harlequin Romance Series teleplay in 2001.

Over 35 million copies of Krentz’s novels are in print. With Sweet Starfire, she created the futuristic romance subgenre, and further expanded the boundaries of the genre in 1996 with Amaryllis, the first paranormal futuristic romantic suspense novel. She is an outspoken advocate for the romance genre and has been the recipient of the Susan Koppelman Award for Feminist Studies.

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According to our records, Jane Krentz is possibily single & has not been previously engaged. As of June 2021, Jane Krentz’s is not dating anyone.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Novelist. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United States.

Krentz continued writing, and, in 1979, she sold her first novel, Gentle Pirate. That novel and several that followed were published within various category romance lines, as that was the only method in which contemporary romance was published. As more publishers began to release single-title contemporary romances, Krentz shifted into writing only single-title novels.

Her books have won many awards. Krentz has been nominated 22 times for Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Awards, winning in 1995 for Trust Me and in 2004 for Falling Awake. She has also received a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award.

She began writing paranormal futuristic novels of romantic suspense in 1996. Released under her maiden name, Jayne Castle, these novels are set far in the future in a world where everyone has a psychic talent and respectable people use marriage agencies instead of choosing their own mates. As is customary in her writing, in each case the protagonists have a mystery to solve or a villain to defeat.

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