Jane Richardson has had a full and varied career as a travel consultant, photographer, author, lecturer, and artist, in addition to being a wife and mother. Highlights can be found on the "Meet the Author" page.
Her literary works include:
- Chief of the Chiefs: Louis Rooks Bruce — Mohawk/Sioux, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and Lobbyist — a biography of Louis Bruce that includes Mohawk and Sioux history through recent activities which elevated the status of American Indians
- My PATCHwork Quilt: Pieces of the Past additional recollections from the author's childhood to the days of her great-grandchildren, Remember When Part 2, if you will
- Eddie Elias: PBA founder merchandised sports, corporate, TV worlds a biography of sports/TV/Radio promoter and agent Eddie Elias
- Gilbert a biography of her brother, Gilbert Patch, by Gilbert Patch with Jane Richardson
- Steadfast the Lamp a novel capturing the varied cultures of South India
- Remember When recollections from the author's childhood to the days of her great-grandchildren
- Virgin Princess: an historic novel of Mewar (Udaipur, India) - the world's oldest dynasty reveals Mewar's bizarre and enticing history
- India: Tourist Mecca a guidebook about the Indian subcontinent
- One chapter of Tender Hearts of India was included in an anthology of Rajasthan published in India
- Tender Hearts of India a non-fiction cultural summary of north and south India
- Martha a biography of Jane's mother
- A Linguist Never: One Family's Improbably Journey To and Through Europe a diary of the Richardson Family's month-long trip to Europe in 1963
This website focuses on her recent publications. Visit the Books page
for additional information on her books and their availability.