Jennifer started writing seriously after being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis and craved a creative outlet. She is a wife, mother, and military veteran. Jennifer writes with her husband, Philip, discusses all manners of creative ideas, plots, characters, twists together. They lived in the Midwest before moving to the Atlanta Metro area. Philip and Jennifer met on an online writing forum and have been together ever since.
Describe your desk
It's an absolute mess. I have two monitors because I'm a gamer girl, always have been. When I'm writing, I have my main screen with my Google Drive document open because my husband and I work in the same document at the same time. He and I are in the same office, desks on opposite walls. My secondary screen is to my right and has supporting information on it, could be the timeline, or research document, could even be the music that I'm listening to at the time to get me into the mood I need to write the scene. On my monitor stand, I have my Groot bobblehead always smiling at me, he keeps me in a good mood.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in Florida and went right into the Army from high school. You might be surprised how much some of my character's background reflects my own. I also think that bringing in part of my own life experiences make the characters I write make them more relatable for my readers and I think that's especially important.
LA. Montana. Virginia. Colorado. Jonathan Cross must find a new home for himself and his new charge, Gabriela DeLuna, after the tragic events that shattered his world. The decorated Special Forces Army Captain must learn a new skill set, how to blend in with his new cover as an older brother to Gabriela and keep her safe after an attempt was made for her. Who is after her and why? Do they know whe
* WARNING: This book contains sexual situations intended for readers over the age of 18. Cliffhanger warning.*
Hidden, buried deep within the government’s archived files of failed military experiments lays a troubling secret. For years, 1953 to 1972 to be exact, a team of doctors and scientists tried unsuccessfully to alter test subjects, hoping to build living, organic weapons for the future.