Jane Roberts Wood (née Parsons) was born in Hall County, Texas, July 7, 1928, the twin of women's advocate Betty Parsons Dooley. She moved to Texarkana at the age of eight.
She attained a BA at Texas Tech and a masters at TCU, and studied at Yale and the University of London. She has taught in community colleges in the Dallas area.
She began writing in 1974. Her books include: Mocha, the Clinical Cat and Mocha the Real Doctor (juveniles about a veterinary-office cat), Grace, Roseborough, and the Lucinda Richards trilogy: The Train to Estelline, A Place Called Sweet Shrub, and Dance a Little Longer.
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