Jennifer Timer

Biography

Jennifer Timer grew up idolizing Stephen King, John Saul, Anne Rice, and John Farris. Sleepless high school nights were spent devouring novels and churning out her own horror and suspense pieces. These days, her horror stories are more mature, often incorporating the terror of being a grown-up.
Jennifer Timer is a creative nonfiction and horror writer based out of Port Moody, BC.

Smashwords Interview

What motivated you to become an indie author?
I've been writing since I was in high school but I never really did anything about it. I've been feeling creatively stifled at work for some time now and decided it was finally time to do something about it. I have a number of short stories that I wanted to get out quickly and, as an avid reader myself, I realized that the indie author way would not only meet my needs but also get my stories out into many hands promptly for others to enjoy.
How do you approach cover design?
My husband, bOB HOmer, is an artist and has an unbelievably unique creative eye. I provide him either the whole story or a snippet from the story that I feel really speaks to the heart of the tale and ask him for suggestions. He creates mockups and we review them together. He's extraordinarily talented so I mainly defer to his judgment but he'll show me ideas and ask me to reflect on if I feel his mockup captures the essence of my story.
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Where to find Jennifer Timer online


Books

La Sinistre
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 5,970. Language: English. Published: February 8, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Horror » General, Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Psychological thriller
Isaac McCallum knows too intimately the struggles of being born into an ultra-Catholic family. His saintly mother is convinced that Isaac’s left-handedness makes him a deviant sinner, evil and unfit in the eyes of God on Judgement Day. The more Angelica struggles to reform her son, the more Isaac turns away to La Sinistre. This short story deals with religious fanaticism, art, family, and fear.

Jennifer Timer's tag cloud

art    family dynamics    fanaticism    fear    horror    religion