Jan 18, 2020
Listen to find out why Jennifer is using a pen name for her women’s fiction, how she found her agent through very unconventional means, and how she thinks it’s a mistake for authors to typecast themselves into one mode of writing. Plus we love her definition of women’s fiction: the extraordinary nature of ordinary lives.
Jennifer Gold writes book club fiction about the relationships of real, flawed women — love, past mistakes, redemption, and all the stuff in between. Critics at Booklist have called her characters “multifaceted” and her storylines “compelling” and “bittersweet.” Jenni is a travel-obsessed romantic and ambivert. When she’s not writing, you can find her sipping coffee, enjoying the outdoors, or curled up with a book. She loves nature documentaries and realistic hopefully-ever-afters. Jenni lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two cats. Fans can learn more through Jenni’s newsletter, which features book-related sneak peeks, photos from her travels, and funny stories from her life as a horse caretaker.
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