Author Archives: Jen

Tag: I’m It

I was recently “tagged” by a Twitter friend, Angela Wallace, in the spirit of chain letters that don’t actually wish you a bad sex life for the next seven years. Which is good, because I might have to kill Angela. … Continue reading

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Successful Blogs: Content is the Key

Have you seen the movie “Field of Dreams”? I love that movie. The main character, played by Kevin Costner, is a farmer with a huge chunk of land in the middle of nowhere. A strange voice starts to speak to … Continue reading

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My New Website Is Up

Okay gang, my new website, JenKirchner.com, is LIVE. You can remove this bookmark and add the new site. The Choose Your Own Adventure riff has been posted over there and I would love for you to check it out and … Continue reading

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Update: Website Launch & Short Story Project

I’m very excited to launch JenKirchner.com this Friday! We’ve been hard at work and have started rolling over a few posts from this blog, just so the new site doesn’t look so unloved. What I really can’t wait for is … Continue reading

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New Website Coming: JenKirchner.com

This blog was created way back in 2006, before the idea of writing novels was a twinkle in my eye. In those days, I just knew I liked writing. I had been writing for two other blogs and wanted more. … Continue reading

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24: The Unwritten Hour

Deet! Doot! Deet! Doot! Deet! The following takes place between 10:00pm and 11:00pm. Jack Bauer is driving down a dark road in Los Angeles at nighttime in a black SUV. It is very late. Despite it being the city of … Continue reading

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The B.O.

She was trying to sneak up on me from behind, but I smelled her coming before she even got close. It was one of those smells that stops you in your tracks and makes you say, “My God, is that … Continue reading

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