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Jennifer Johnson

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Jenn Johnson writes fantasy with hints of mystery, suspense, and adventure. She loves heroes that are tested past their breaking point, awe-inspiring magic with dark consequences, and Disney.

She's currently working on a young adult novel, The Narrator. She's also worked in the publishing industry for four years, specializing in the digital side of things.

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Year End

Well this was a year. A crap-tastic year. I don’t want to get into the personal stuff, but as far as the writing goes…

At the last minute, I decided to do NaNoWriMo, working on ParaPol. And for two weeks, I was on fire. I wasn’t just keeping up, I was ahead. Then I got violently sick with a 24-hour bug and I lost my momentum and my fire and my will to write. I managed a few more thousand words, bu

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“The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in a good novel, must be intolerably stupid.”
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“I do not want people to be very agreeable, as it saves me the trouble of liking them a great deal.”
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Jennifer Johnson Debbie wrote: "Thanks for the friendship Jenn - it's good to see you here on Goodreads. Happy reading! :)"

Thanks! I can't believe I haven't signed up before! See you around :)


Debbie Johansson Thanks for the friendship Jenn - it's good to see you here on Goodreads. Happy reading! :)


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