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Jennifer Storm was born and raised near Allentown, PA and attended Northampton High School. She graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Services and a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management from The University of Phoenix.

In August 2002, Ms. Storm joined Victim Witness Assistance Program as the organization’s second Executive Director. Before joining VWAP, Ms. Storm was the first full time director of the Statewide Pennsylvania Rights Coalition, a non-profit coalition dedicated to securing and defending fully inclusive civil rights for LGBT people in Pennsylvania. During her tenure at Pennsylvania Rights Coalition, Ms. Storm worked diligently on obtaining inclusive hate crime legislatio

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Jennifer Storm, author of Blackout Girl, started out life as a happy gregarious child, until she was the victim of a violent sexual assault. She numbed the pain with alcohol, eventually leading her to become a crack addict by the age of 17 because she didn’t have the tools to handle the trauma she had endured. After an attempted suicide, she went int...

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Blackout Girl: Growing Up a...
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Leave the Light On: A Memoir of Recovery and Self-Discovery (Nonfiction)
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Description: This is an excerpt from my follow-up memoir that I am currently writing.
Blackout Girl: Growing Up and Drying Out in America (Nonfiction)
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Description: Blackout Girl: A riveting memoir of what happens to a teenage girl whose life is awash in alcohol, drugs, and the trauma of rape. order the book on Amazon Discover the tender gritty, self-told survival story of a teenage addict. Here is a cant-tear-yourself-away look at what can happen to the one-in-five teenagers who have a drinking problem. At age six, author Jennifer Storm was already stealing sips of her mothers crème de menthe. By age 13, she was binge drinking and well on her way to regular use of cocaine and LSD. She anesthetized herself to many of the harsh realities of her young life including her own misunderstandings about her sexual orientation which made her even more vulnerable to victimization. As a young teen, Jennifers life was awash in alcohol, drugs, and the trauma of rape. The upside is that Jennifer came through untold darkness to create for herself a life of accomplishment and joy. Her remarkably tender and telling story proves that forgiveness and redemption are more than possible through recovery and a commitment to keep putting one foot in front of the other.
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Blackout Girl by Jennifer Storm
"the book was an auto biography so it was told completely by the author. it was a really graphic book In the way that the author described her life, she told the crucial events that lead up to her being raped, her drug use, her mother dying and eve..." Read more of this review »
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"One of my Favorites. Read during high school and it still has an impact on me. a must read"
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"i absolutely loved this book. i had 2 do a project in english where we read a book 2 inspire. i chose this one and i could not put it down. it was very inspiring and very well written.!!!!!"
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Christine Hatfield Thanks for being my friend

message 26: by Ed

Ed Rambeau Thanks for accepting my friend request, Jennifer. You seem like an interesting person, as well as an accomplished author, so feel free to tell me more about yourself and perhaps we can grow to become even greater friends. I, myself, am a singer/songwriter/actor who has recently turned author. My 2 top ten recordings were CONCRETE & CLAY (as a singer) and NAVY BLUE (as a writer)...both in the early 1960's. My first novel is an unusual murder mystery entitled: FORBIDDEN STEPS.

Regards, and have a great day, Ed

message 25: by Lisette

Lisette Brodey Hi Jennifer:

It's a pleasure to meet you. Your books sound very interesting. Greetings from another PA person (now in CA).

All best wishes,

message 24: by Lisa

Lisa Alexander-Griffin Thanks for the friendship, Jennifer! :)

message 23: by Pamela

Pamela Thanks for adding me as a friend!

message 21: by Suzanne

Suzanne Bailer Smith Hi, Jennifer
Thanks for the invite. Will try to read your book. Sounds interesting. Hope you can pick mine up sometime, or contact my website,, a collection of humourous essays in which everyone can identify themselves in one part or another. Laughter: A Woman's Best Defense. Look forward to having you as a friend. Sue

Jacqueline Hi Jennifer,

Thanks for adding me to your circle of friends. Kudos to you for a successful recovery! you sound like an amazing woman, glad to have you as a friend!

message 19: by Roger

Roger Cottrell Hi Jennifer,
Thanks for the friendship on Goodreads,

Shawnette Hi, Jennifer...thanks for the invite into your circle of friends...Congrats on your of luck to you in the future...looking forward to sharing chats, reviews and any/all recommendations...have a blessed week...Happy Reading & Writing :-)

message 17: by Mary

Mary Honored to be a friend, Jennifer. Your story sounds amazing!

message 16: by Kathy

Kathy Kulig Hi Jennifer,

Thanks for the friend request. Another PA lady. Best of luck with all your writing endeavors. Best, Kathy

message 15: by Holly

Holly Jacobs Hi, Jennifer!

It's always nice to meet someone else from PA! Thanks for the invite!!


SAME TIME NEXT SUMMER...on shelves now!

message 14: by Blair (last edited Sep 08, 2008 08:31AM)

Blair Thanks, Jennifer, for the friend request! Your book sounds like it makes a real contribution.

Blair Kilpatrick
Accordion Dreams: A Journey into Cajun and Creole Music , University Press of Mississippi, January 2009.

Karielle Hi Jennifer!

thanks for the friend request!


Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* hi! thanx for the publishing advice! it will really help me, thanks!! :D

message 11: by Nadeem

Nadeem Hi Zennifer,
Thanks for adding me as a friend. I hope you will enjoy mine friendship, and find me something different apart of others. Thanks once again.

Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* thanx for your comment on my profile :D i would really appreciate feedback on my writing... obviously you don't have to read all of it. btw, do you have any advice about publishing? (i've written two books, still in the editing process but i want to think ahead... ;D)

Brigid *Flying Kick-a-pow!* hi! thanks for the add! it is awesome to meet other writers. :D c ya

Michele thanks for the recommendation. Michele

Andrea Kulman Hi, Jennifer. Thanks for being a friend on Good Reads... Andrea M. Kulman, Author of "The Drama Unfolds."

message 6: by Izi

Izi Tnx for the add , Jennifer . Wish u all the bests & happy reading , writing & signing books :D

message 5: by Tony

Tony Hi Jennifer,

Your book looks fascinating, especially coming from someone with your career background. I have added it to my do-read list. I finally figured out how to do that :).

All the best of luck with the book, my friend.

Tony Eldridge

message 4: by Nancy

Nancy Hi Jennifer,

Thanks for adding me to your circle of friends. Kudos to you for a successful recovery!

Be well,

Rosemary Thank you for the invitation. I'm impressed with your remarkable career!

Maggie Jennifer
Thank you for the friend request. Your book looks really great.
Maggie Marr

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Hi Jennifer, I've added your book Blackout Girl: Growing Up and Drying Out in America to my to-read list.

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