Photo by Pure Simple Photography, 2021
Jennifer Wright has been writing since middle school, eventually earning a master’s degree in journalism from Indiana University. However, it took only a few short months of covering the local news to realize that writing fiction is much better for the soul–and definitely way more fun. A born and bred Hoosier, she was swept off her feet by an Air Force pilot and has spent the past decade traveling the world and, every few years, attempting to make old curtains fit in the windows of a new home.
She currently resides in New Mexico with her husband, two children, one grumpy dachshund, and an overly demanding guinea pig.
Her debut novel, “If It Rains,” was nominated for a Kipp Award in the Historical Fiction Category.
“Come Down Somewhere,” her second novel, is now available from Tyndale House Publishers.