Jennifer Christie Temple grew up in rural Hertfordshire in the 1950’s. The daughter of a traditional woodcutter and forester, her childhood days were spend in woodlands, meadows and country lanes and she learned to love and respect nature and all life.
Trained in biology, Jennifer found her work in science unfulfilling and soon turned her attention to writing. She became a successful freelance writer, working for magazines and newspapers across the UK and Ireland. For several years, she wrote a humorous column about city life for The Daily News in Birmingham, where she lived for 25 years.
Moving to a village on the border between England and Wales, she now lives in retirement with her husband and a small group of chickens and devotes her time to walking the surrounding hills, her grandchildren and writing poetry.
on Aug. 29, 2016 :
Deeply honest and emotionally powerful ! High quality poetry, and very thought provoking !
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
L. G. Cullens
on Aug. 12, 2016 :
Jennifer Christie Temple
Still turning from time to time to the author's first collection, I've been looking forward to this second. My patience has been well rewarded.
From inner self to vista on high, and from first crush to death's dance, with a dash of rascal spice in the blend, it's all there with the insight of life well contemplated.
A magical bit of humanity, I'll enjoy over and over.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)