Jennifer Amriss


A world traveler, Jennifer spent most of her childhood experiencing the Mediterranean, traveling Europe, and constantly on the move with her military parents. Now, she has settled down in the hilly region north of the Allegheny National Forest where she lives alone with her tortoise shell cat, Pumpkin Spice. With so much culture and scenery ingrained in her psyche, she froths at the mouth to squeeze it all into the different worlds that seem to come to her at the most inopportune times.

With an imagination larger than the Alaskan wilds, and more gumption than common sense, Jennifer has been working on turning her writing into a career since 2003. Her first story, Tepith’s Quest, turned out so horrendous that it has been relegated to the abyss in hopes it never breeds. It served its unfortunate purpose, and in April of 2013 Race Against the Dark didn’t suck half as bad. After making many sacrifices to the writing gods in the form of hot chocolate and biscottis, she now considers it passable. We shall not speak of the first train wreck again. Move along.

When not creating worlds, people, or generally playing God, she plays MMORPG and single player video games, dabbles in website design, digital art, and watches obscene anime. She even sometimes deigns to talk to lesser mortals. However, she is shy, so if you see her, please bring cookies and chai latte, and carefully approach once your offerings have been devoured.

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Kings of Kal'brath
Kings of Kal'brath is set on a series of three worlds: Earth, the human world; Adradis, the elven world; and Morka, the bashkai world. Separated by a series of natural and elven-made veils, elves slip from one to another to learn. But, sometimes trouble comes, as the bashkai seek a way out of their overpopulated world, and humans face annihilation from both Adradis and their own devices. Few but the elves realize that the planet their worlds share is sentient, but not even Mother can predict the terror that is coming.


Twilight's Children: Mother Book Two
Series: Kings of Kal'brath. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 94,990. Language: American English. Published: September 16, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » General, Fiction » Fantasy » General
The myth of vampires has reached even the elves. Humans consider them a myth. Elves know they exist, and kill them on sight. Can Cyranti prove the vampir are not the beasts that legend dictates they must be? The Twilight is receding, and if she doesn't find a way to unite the elves and blood magic wielding vampir, the results will devastate the world's ecosystem and lead to global disaster.
Healing Wounds: Mother Book One
Series: Kings of Kal'brath. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 98,600. Language: American English. Published: September 5, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » General, Fiction » Fantasy » General
Mother's anger wanes after razing her bosom, destroying almost all that humanity had created, and entrusting the humans into the care of the elves. Now, humans are an endangered species. Only one elf can save humanity from extinction as unknown assassins attack, bent on finishing what Mother started. But will Summerlands Prince Elan Merintas choose humanity over his missing children?
Race Against the Dark (Kings of Kal'brath 1)
Series: Kings of Kal'brath. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 101,800. Language: American English. Published: September 4, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General, Fiction » Adventure » General
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She always knew she was nuts, but when a horse stops in front of Haylie's fast-moving car and leads her to an unconscious elf, she wonders if reality is more crazy than her doctors told her she was. Thrust into a world of magic, Haylie fights to save two worlds, protect her newfound friends, and somehow stay sane.

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