Beverly Jenness

Biography

Beverly Jenness was born in Stanton California to a stay at home mother and a career military father. By the time she was four years old she had been from California to Pennsylvania to France and back to California. She grew up moving from place to place, frequently. As an introverted child, making new friends was always a difficult challenge. She spent hours alone cultivating a utopia in her mind. Where many children had imaginary friends, she had an imaginary world. This time helped her to develop her creative streak which has given rise to her novel
Beverly was a high school dropout (became very bored with public education.) but later obtained her GED and then, after taking a few classes, her High school diploma. Over the years, she obtained an associate’s degree in Applied Science as well.
Beverly has two children, three stepchildren and three grandchildren plus a friend of one their son’s that has adopted her and her husband.
Being around so many young minds as technology has evolved, has given Beverly many ideas for this novel as well as others to come.
Currently, Beverly is still gainfully employed building aircraft in Wichita Kansas. Although, over the years, she has attempted other occupations, life insurance, real estate, multi-level marketing, even retail. All of which has aided her in her writing.
Beverly is one of those people that other people seem drawn to confide in. She is the type of person, everyone loves to talk to, and she listens.

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From Earth to Terra
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 71,070. Language: English. Published: September 26, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure, Fiction » Science fiction » Utopias & dystopias
The greenhouse effect had caused the temperatures to soar. There was virtually no food or rain, They were on the brink of a world war over the Earth's most precious commodity, water. The Guild had found a new planet, light years away. Their plan was to hijack spaceships from NASA and send their people to the new planet. The colonists would struggle to build a new society and a new life on Terra.

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