Janice Harper is a writer, educator and cultural anthropologist whose work has been frequently featured in The Huffington Post and Psychology Today. Her writing extends to food, cooking, art, humor and memoir where her entertaining voice and story-telling skills are at their best. Her unique and insightful writings on collective aggression or “mobbing” have received international acclaim as a fresh and compassionate approach to dealing with group bullying. As author and anthropologist Gretchen Schafft has noted, “Harper has a sharp wit and gets to the heart of the matter, taking the readers along for a wonderful ride. She is blessed with a point of view that is inclusive, humane and fearless.”

Janice specializes in  Coaching and Editing for Writers, Academic Editing and Coaching  and Ghost Writing

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WRITING SERVICES INCLUDE-

Ghost Writing

 Janice Harper has ghostwritten a number of memoirs and nonfiction books, including an award-winning young adult memoir. She is available for memoirs and non-fiction. Learn more about Ghost Writing Services.

Coaching & Editing for Writers

Dr. Harper provides complete editing services of academic, nonfiction, fiction and memoir, including developmental editing, content editing and proofreading.  Learn more about Coaching and Editing for Writers.

Academic Editing & Coaching

Offering assistance with Graduate papers, Admissions Essays, Theses, Dissertations, Faculty Publications. Learn more about Academic Editing and Coaching services with Dr. Harper.

Coaching for Targets of Mobbing

Dr. Harper’s writings on the topic of collective aggression or “mobbing” have led her to become one of the leading voices in the topic of workplace abuse. Learn more about support for “mobbing” in the Workplace, Community, Family, Shunning.
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