When asking family and friends how they would describe Jennifer, they would say, in a word, quirky. Jennifer’s quirky personality has continued to fuel her imagination and child like spirit over the years driving her passion to share her stories with the world. In 2009, she graduated with her B.A. in Film Production, allowing her the opportunity to take story telling to the next level. The years following, she has worked as a freelance script reader for, theSCRIPTgurl, and has written countless screenplays and stories. When she’s not writing you can find her reading with her fur babies, Zoe, Linkin and Phoebe, swooning over Sam Hueghan, Owl City, Daemon Black, Aaron Warner Anderson, or roaming the aisles at the local bookstore.

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1. First book you can remember reading? The Last Unicorn and Where the Wild Things Are. Both books are favourites of mine to this day.

2. Favourite genre to read? Hmm..I like a lot of Young Adult paranormal, science fiction, fantasy, a bit of historical fiction, but I am always open to reading a good story, regardless of the genre. The only genres I do not read are erotica and anything in that general genre field.

3. What is the last thing you have written? Currently, I’m in the process of writing two stories. Both are Young Adult fiction. One of those books is for NaNoWriMo and that is Book #2 in the “Exist” series. The second book is something a little different and more fantasy based. It’s the kind of story that you can’t shake no matter how hard you try. I’m hoping to complete it early 2016.

4. You entered Storytellers: The New Voices of the Twilight Saga? Yes, I did. I was one of the first finalist chosen and made it to the screenplay round. My screenplay was about Carlisle and it was an incredible honour to be apart of that competition and get to play a small role in the Twilight Saga as a female filmmaker.

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