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Jennifer Vaughn

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Jennifer is an Emmy-nominated, award-winning TV news anchor at WMUR-TV, in New Hampshire. She has interviewed every president, and presidential candidate since 1999, assisting in internationally televised presidential debates alongside CNN, ABC NEWS, and Fox News. Jennifer and her team have been recognized with an Edward R. Murrow Award for outstanding coverage and earned multiple Associated Press, and NH Association of Broadcasters commendations. Jennifer's debut novel, Last Flight Out, 2011, was featured in the Swag Bag at the Daytime Emmy Awards in 2013, with all proceeds directed to NH cancer charities. Throw Away Girls, Book 1 in the Jaycee Wilder Series was followed by Legacy Girls, Book 2. Echo Valley released in the summer of 2017. ...more

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Jennifer Vaughn Otherworldly? Perhaps, but definitely weird. To this day, we can't say for sure what happened that night. Propelled by some obscure need to forgo the…moreOtherworldly? Perhaps, but definitely weird. To this day, we can't say for sure what happened that night. Propelled by some obscure need to forgo the bathroom next to my bedroom, I awoke and traveled downstairs, through the dark kitchen and over to the bathroom that overlooks the driveway. Maybe it was two a.m. or near to that. The night was silent; the darkness inky and complete. All the neighborhood noises were temporarily snuffed out by slumber. My eyes felt heavy, but my ears were sharp. They heard a distinct rumble. An engine turning over in the driveway. The ignition process was underway, but the driver of that car was fast asleep a floor away! What was happening? I shot up and peered out the window. Sure enough, the Maxima was glowing with life. My gaze flew to the table in the kitchen that held its keys. The metal was undisturbed against the counter, yet somehow its likeness--or some variation of it--had just been deployed! I darted up the stairs, invaded the bedroom like a gunshot, and awoke the Maxima's owner with a jolt to his restful back. Down he raced, grabbing a baseball bat from our son's bedroom...just in case...and charged toward the offender behind the wheel, certain the Maxima was mere seconds away from departing our driveway for the last time, en route to a secret location to be stripped for parts, or worse. Gripping the bat, hoisting it to shoulder-height, ready to strike, he sparred with the locked door. Expecting a burly opponent, he saw only empty space, and yet, someone (something) had been there. The Maxima rumbled and purred awaiting its next command. We gaped into the front seat with wonderment stirred by bewilderment and shock. The driver slid into his well-worn leather-bound perch, and inserted the key. With a deft turn of his finger, he ended the preternatural sound that had shattered the typicality of an innocent late-night trip to the bathroom. The Maxima remains an unyielding vault--the secret of that night, forever untold.(less)
Jennifer Vaughn Writers block, yes, that pesky little cloud that dims your creative sun. It will come and it will go--the trick is not to let it fog your work. To…moreWriters block, yes, that pesky little cloud that dims your creative sun. It will come and it will go--the trick is not to let it fog your work. To avoid that, I simply walk away from the keyboard for a bit. It helps that I have a busy full-time job, TV news, that keeps my mind whirling and humming. I have learned that it's in my best interest not to push, just to wait patiently for the next idea to surface. (less)
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Throw Away Girls

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Last Flight Out

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Hey, 2017, you're outta here! Wrapping up the year with heartfelt thanks to the Goodreads community of writers, readers, and reviewers. I'm grateful for you! Cheers to the best parts of the past year, Ba-Bye to the bad, and welcome the new. Can't wait to tell you more about my newest book on the launch pad, so stay tuned!! Happy Holidays, Goodreads!
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