Jennifer Malone Wright is best known for her short story series, The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter. Other works include the follow up to The Vampire Hunter’s Daughter series called The Arcadia Falls Chronicles, the Higher Collective vampire series, and the Graveyard Guardians series. Jennifer also co-authors a short story series called Once Upon A Zombie Apocalypse.
She resides in the beautiful mountains of northern Idaho with her husband and five children where she practices preparing for the zombie apocalypse. Just kidding!
But seriously, between the craziness of taking care of her children, Jennifer has little time left for herself. The time she does have left, usually leading far into the night, is spent working on her beloved fiction or chatting with her equally crazy friends.
Jennifer also loves coffee, has a passionate affair with red bull, wishes the sushi were better where she lives and dances while she cleans.
Jennifer has been married to her husband for almost fourteen years and they now have five children ranging from age eighteen to four. Shortly after Jennifer and her husband had married, he joined the United States Army where she spent eight years being an Army wife. As an Army wife, Jennifer supported her husband in every way she could. He deployed overseas twice and Jennifer became involved in Family Readiness groups. On one post, she actually held the volunteer position as FRG leader for a year. After eight years, Jennifer’s husband wanted to separate from the Army. Now, as a member of the Idaho National Guard, they reside in the beautiful mountains of the northwest and her husband has returned safely from his third tour overseas.
Jennifer’s husband is very supportive of her writing and she is so grateful to have the love and support which she has needed to be successful with her work.
BEING A MOM
Being a mom is something in which nobody is perfect. Jennifer knows this, and yet, she strives to be the best mother to her children that she can be. She thanks God every day that her husband provides them a good enough income so that she is able to be a stay-at-home mother. “One parent being home with the kids is very important.”
Jennifer says the kids are “fun, crazy, sweet, and terribly irritating sometimes. Some days, I really feel like I’m losing my mind. But I just tell myself to have patience because it wont last forever.” Her children are a very big part of her writing, whether she is writing for them or about them!