Hello, I’m Jennifer, an author and a single mom to a beautiful little girl. She is full of energy and keeps me entertained. I’m also a US Navy brat and a US Navy Veteran. Even though I’ve traveled a lot as a child, it has become something that I actually enjoy doing.
I’m currently a college student, studying for my Bachelor’s in Anthropology – Physical/Biological Anthropology (also in Anthropology, I’m studying osteology, primatology, forensics, as well as archaeology), with a minor in History (I may change it to a double major in History, along with my major in Anthropology. Though a double major will require another year and a half of college…I’m still debating on this). I currently work at the Little Rock Zoo with the Large Primates Enrichment Program – primatology.
I do enjoy reading and writing every genre, so I may mostly blog about my daughter and the things she’s done, like the toilet paper disaster, I will also blog about the latest novel I have read or that I have written or a children’s picture book that I’m currently writing.
I have had one children’s picture book published, which is available for purchase online. I’m ecstatic that I get to add published author on my list of accomplishments. I’ve also finished writing another children’s picture book, as well as a Young Adult Fantasy Fiction novel that will be available for purchase very soon.
I have a website where you may purchase an autographed copy of my children’s book. Go to my website, then click on the books tab, then click purchase. These books will come from me, so should you want it personalized make a note of it in your order on who it is to be made out to.
I have recently learned that my daughter has Autism with hyper-kinesis and delayed development, as well as a sensory processing disorder. It has giving me a new outlook on things, such as patience and the ability to see things from her point of view. I am thankful for the insights, suggestions, and the many helpful tips that has been given to me by those who are familiar with Autism and children on the Spectrum.
Thank you for checking out my blog. Hope you have a blessed Day!