Jennifer Svendsen


Jennifer Svendsen's manuscript, He Was Kissing Caroline, won University of Colorado’s Jovanovich Imaginative Award for best graduate thesis as well as receiving finalist status in the Nidus Literary Journal competition. A chapter from her narrative nonfiction work, Coyote Heart, appeared in Sojourn Journal. Her poetry, nonfiction and fiction have been published in literary journals, newspapers, magazines, ezines and blogs. A psychotherapist, writing coach and Reiki practitioner, Jennifer writes two blogs. Mother of two beautiful daughters, she is also a dancer, currently performing with companies in Boulder, Colorado. and

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He Was Kissing Caroline
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 85,670. Language: English. Published: January 16, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Themes & motifs » Psychological, Fiction » Themes & motifs » Spiritual & metaphysical
Thrust out of her body by searing pain, Rebekah Lark awakens as Caroline Molina. Everyone longs to belong, and the main character’s twisted existential plight strikes that chord as she is propelled on a quest to prove her identity. This is an engaging tale about a woman desperately trying to find her way back to her daughter as she falls hopelessly in love with a man who believes she is his wife.

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