Janet Hogan Chapman


Janet Chapman is a writer and retired educator. She has published numerous education resources and one novel. Her many varied life experiences provide abundant perspectives in her writing. She is an Atlanta native and self-described bohemian southern belle who strives to empower strong women through prose and poetry. Chapman lives in McDonough with her husband and enjoys spending time with family, travel, reading, and genealogy.



This Teacher Talks: What Really Goes on in America's Schools

One teacher’s experiences; a window into the unseen culture of an elementary school. This book focuses on the behind the scenes relationships among school teachers, administrators, and other school personnel. It explores many of the problems facing our schools and offers a proposed concept for change. Much of the book is based on research conducted as part of the author’s doctoral dissertation.

Madam May: A tale of madams, morphine, moonshine, and murder