Jennifer Linsky


Jennifer Linsky was born in Japan, but quickly whisked away to Southern Arizona. She grew up among saguaro cactus and jumping cholla, and ran away to sea at the age of nineteen.

In the years since, she attended Northern Arizona University's School of Nursing, which led, bizarrely enough, to becoming a nurse. Now medically retired, Jenny lives in the American South with her mother and two gray cats.

Jenny writes when she must, reads when she can, and watches entirely too much Anime.

Smashwords Interview

What do your fans mean to you?
People who are incredibly kind enough to read my scribblings and say that they enjoyed them, sometimes even that they were touched by them, that they understood the kinds of feelings I've written about, or that they want to know my characters better, are the most wonderful people in the world.
Describe your desk
It's a big ol' antique chunk of oak. The drawers are stuffed with office supplies, cables for electronics, and things I don't want the cats to get into. The top is covered with a quilted runner (thanks, mom!) on which are a couple of rocketship bookends, various arts and crafts books, and a gargoyle cup holding pens.
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Where to find Jennifer Linsky online


Flowers of Luna
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 45,030. Language: American English. Published: August 7, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian, Fiction » Science fiction » Hard sci-fi
Flowers of Luna is forty-three kilowords of sapphic romance in a hard science fiction setting. Girl meets girl in low gravity, and sparks fly!

Jennifer Linsky's tag cloud

diaspora    fashion school    hard scifi    josei    lesbian    luna    manga inspired    own voices    romance    shojo