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Jenni Lorraine is a seasoned wordsmith who has made her mark in the literary world with her best-selling Sourwood Mountain series.

 

Jenni's journey began behind the scenes, working as a ghostwriter and proofreader for nearly two decades. Her dedication and unyielding commitment to the craft eventually led her to step into the limelight and embark on her own writing adventure.

One of her crowning achievements was winning the Paragon Award in recognition of her commitment to raising the voice of women in literature.

 

Critics and fans alike have drawn parallels between her work and literary giants like Joan Didion and Stephen King.

 

Known for crafting gritty trilogies and interactive mystery books that delve into the raw and relentless aspects of human experience, she masterfully weaves tales of underdogs who rise to meet life's challenges head-on.

For adults, her interactive novels are immersive journeys into storylines where, with every turn of the page, readers become part of the investigative process, unraveling mysteries and piecing together clues.

For the younger audience, Jenni pens interactive books that impart valuable life lessons. Her stories encourage responsible decision-making and champion the welfare of animals. They inspire children to be good advocates for pets and wildlife while teaching them the importance of kindness and compassion.

Beyond the written word, Jenni's life blends devotion to her family, a love for animal companions, and a touch of whimsy.

 

She calls a serene farmstead in the Midwest home. Her family is her anchor and she boasts two dogs as loyal companions, as well as a mischievous parrot named Harpy in honor of one of her most well-known characters' fascination with folk monsters.

From her modest corner of the world, Jenni draws inspiration from the simple joys of rural life. Every day is an opportunity to explore the profound and the poetic, and she weaves her everyday experiences into her storytelling.

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