About Me

Welcome! My name is Jennie L. Morris, and I am so pleased you stopped by my site. First I want to thank RLK Photography for the lovely pictures.


 I love historical fiction, it would have to be my favorite genre. Anything past the 1930's, and it has to be a really good book to get my attention. Some of my all time favorite authors are Diana Norman, Jane Austen, Dean Koontz, Tracy Chevalier and Phillipa Gregory. As a big movie fan, I watch a everything, but it's hard to turn down a great war movie, drama, or sci-fi thriller.



I've a strong background in the biological sciences and history, so I like to add these elements into my stories. My BS is in Biology, with a minor in Chemistry and History (why I didn't double major I'll never know) and I was honored to get a MA in Anthropology with a concentration in Biological studies, especial human and primate anatomy, osteology and musculature, and evolution. I studied European history, and my passion is learning more about Europe from the time before the Greeks up to the present, I've have a slight love affair with Persia and medieval Middle-Eastern culture. As well and India, or Hindustan, history.  I've dabbled in fantasy writing as well, being able to create a world from scratch is a writer's dream and hope to continue expanding my writing repertoire the further I go on this amazing journey.


Although I do enjoy a nice cup of coffee (latte please!), tea is my passion. I don't believe you can truly have a good day without a nice cup of tea, and really wished society brought back tea time. To be honest, I have a slight obsession with British and Scottish culture, and believe I was born on the wrong continent. Having the chance to visit England, a life-long dream, I am certain I could make the island my home.
As for hobbies, when I am not reading, researching or writing, I am dabbling in perfumery. I concoct sometimes obscure scents and new combinations for friends and family. Working with perfume oils is a tradition, but my favorite is to make solid perfumes, especially with locally sourced beeswax, there is something romantic and timeless about using rubbing solid perfume onto your wrists.


 Again, thank you for visiting my site and taking a moment to get to know me. I look forward to getting to know my readers as well and hope you enjoy my work. I'd love to hear from you, so please introduce yourself below, send me a message, or contact me on Facebook.

All my best, darlings,
Jennie.

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