Early publication credits include church newsletters, the ANWA newsletter Of Good Report, high school literary magazine Rabbit Tales, and Mesa Public Library magazine E.T.
A M lives in an interdependent relationship with her computer in Gilbert, Arizona. Her family also lives int eh same home, although they rarely see her. She owns a car named Babycakes, several quirky computers (one of which has recently discovered a taste for manuscripts), and around 5,000 books, only half of which have been catalogued. A self-professed hermit who loves interacting with friends online, she was last seen entering the library.
And now from the author herself:
Maybe it’s ADHD, but I like to write whatever stories come into my head and not worry about what genre they belong to. Of course, this makes it difficult when someone asks me what I write. I usually ask them what they like to read; with a shelf full of suspense, fantasy, romance, science fiction, and even some delicious non-fiction, I can usually find at least one of my books to satisfy nearly any reader.
My multi-genre approach to writing is part of the reason I’m self-published. It’s rather difficult to find an agent or a publisher who’s capable of handling so many categories, and I felt that if I split my time between several agents I would run out of time to write high-quality stories. In the end, I feel like it’s the story that counts, and not what shelf they stick it on at the bookstore.
If you like stories with characters who feel real enough to hang out with, then it really doesn’t matter if you’re trying to defeat the invaders of Kwennjurat or driving down the freeway in Phoenix trying to lose the car that’s following you, you’ll enjoy the ride.
Come immerse yourself in my stories, No matter what you read, I’m sure there’s something here you’d like.
A M’s books (listed below) are available in print and various ebook formats; handy links to purchase points for each format are collected at both her website, www.am-jenner.com, and her blog, http://amjenner.blogspot.com.
- Fantasy: The Kwennjurat Chronicles (Tanella’s Flight, The Siege of Kwennjurat); Fabric of the World
- Science Fiction: Assignment to Earth
- Suspense: Deadly Gamble, Inherit My Heart, A Heart Full of Diamonds
- Romance: The Moms’ Place, A Gigolo for Christmas
- Short Story Collection: Bits and Bites
- Non-Fiction: Clues to Food (a cook book)
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