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Schuler, Betty Jo 1934-

SCHULER, Betty Jo 1934-


Born July 16, 1934, in Connersville, IN; daughter of Joseph (an electrical engineer) and Betty (a homemaker; maiden name, Thomas) Somers; married Robert Campbell, April 18, 1953 (divorced, August 26, 1968); married Paul Schuler (a machinist), April 9, 1976; children: (first marriage) Robert, Karen Campbell Day, Robin, Brett. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Miami University, Oxford, OH, B.S., 1968; Ball State University, M.A., 1971. Politics: Republican. Religion: Presbyterian.


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Western Wayne Schools, Cambridge City, IN, teacher, 1975-91; writer, 1991—. Affiliated with Fayette County Library One Book Community; teacher of "Fundamentals of Writing for Children," an Internet course from Writer's Digest.


Romance Writers of America, Electronically Published Internet Connection.


Ice Cream for Breakfast (juvenile), Willowisp, 1991.

Heartthrob (young adult), Bantam (New York, NY), 1994.

Camp Cheer: A Pick-Path Mystery (young adult), Wordbeams (Portland, OR), 2000.

Brain Man (juvenile), Writers Exchange (Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia), 2001.

Double Trouble Ditto Box (juvenile), Writers Exchange (Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia), 2001.

Winning Chance (romance fiction), Treble Heart Books (Sierra Vista, AZ), 2002.

Male Wanted (romance fiction; published with Prize Pupil by Micky Osburn), Hard Shell Word Factory (Amherst Junction, WI), 2002.

Other writings include Gracie's Holiday Hero (romance fiction), Writers Exchange (Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia); Baby for Sale (juvenile e-book), DiskUs; Secret till We're Grown (juvenile e-book), DiskUs; Second Chance at Love (young adult e-book), DiskUs; Vanilla, Plain and Shy (juvenile e-book), DiskUs; and No Rain, No Rainbows (young adult e-book anthology), Atlantic Bridge (Indianapolis, IN).


Three romance books.


Betty Jo Schuler told CA: "A former elementary teacher, I write for all ages. I also teach an online course for Writer's Digest."

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