The Flying Nurse!

Janet M. Walker
Mother, writer, editor and cross-country big-rig driver.
Janet Harmon Waterford Bragg (1907-1993), Spelman College graduate, registered nurse and pioneering aviator.


(PLEASE NOTE:  Because the author cares deeply about the morality of children, she strongly encourages others, especially parents, to know that her  fiction is not appropriate for minors.)

The Toni Breland Agency




The Toni Breland Agency, an on-line entity based in Atlanta, Georgia, promotes the creative efforts of African American writer Janet Walker.  In this role, the agency not only promotes Walker's books (for adults) and songs (for children), it celebrates classic, vintage styles, those from the era of 1950s Paris. These styles are pictured on this website and, to some degree, adorn three of Ms. Walker's fictional characters.  At the same time, the Breland agency encourages respectful discourse about the fascinating and complex aspects of women's choices, a major theme in Ms. Walker's fiction.

Put simply, we embrace positive feminism, provocative women’s fiction, and elegant vintage fashions!

Photo at the top: 1950s American actress Dorothy Dandridge.




We are

Career-Choice Feminism!


We promote the creative ideas of writer Janet Walker, including

her fabricated fashion symbol Toni Breland and her most popular work,

the three-book e-novel, Amazed By Her Grace,

which has received authentic praise from readers across the country.

For requests and comments,

please contact us at
or write to us at
2870 Peachtree Rd., Ste. 510
Atlanta, GA  30305

At The Toni Breland Agency, we esteem

woman-empowering literature

and elegant vintage fashions,

but we do something more:

We applaud a woman's courage to defy

career expectations

and to find joy in being what she truly wants to be,

whether that be artist,  CEO, housewife or maintenance worker.

Indeed, to the fashion model whose head is filled with

sports statistics,

to the gentle lady who drives a truck,

to the female pipe fitter who can't wait to throw on her heels

and hit the town with her man,

Toni Breland says,

"Be you."