Jennifer Adele

in St. Louis, MO, The United States
November 16, 1981




Jennifer Adele is an independent author and nature gal, whose sense of adventure is only matched by her predilection for the magical and macabre. Her love of the written word in its various forms and her fascination with the symbolism inherent in all languages provides an ancient, deep, and eclectic background to her works. She is also an active lecturer and educator for many local groups and public education venues. Her written works on broad-based educational topics, plants, animals, symbolism, and a wide range of nature-based subjects, as well as her creative writings and fiction, have been frequently featured in national and international publications.

On a more personal note, Jennifer is mom to three dogs and three cats and greatly enjo

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Today's Expression 1/18/2015

In many indigenous cultures, silence was considered a sign of respect and inner wisdom, and solitude was much sought after for its ability to renew the soul and regenerate lost or damaged portions of the self. In our modern world, there is very rarely any true personal silence, and solitude is sought after less and less, leading to a sort of soul sickness and psychological neuroses of all kinds. S Read more of this blog post »
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“If you believe in the problem, then for the sake of balance you have to believe in the solution.”
Jennifer Adele, Spellbound

“I consistently felt that there was an eerie sort of romance about a place being so alive that it haunted the living with visions of death.”
Jennifer Adele, The Haunting of Willow Tree Court

“she reminisced in a most pathetic fashion, for we always paint the past rosier than it was and the present darker than it is.               Maybe that’s why the tantalizing idea of the future always seems so bright.”
Jennifer Adele, The Haunting of Willow Tree Court

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