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Jenny Milchman

Kicking butt and taking names--my heroines, that is!
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Jenny Milchman

Kicking butt and taking names--my heroines, that is!
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Jenny Milchman writes psychological thrillers about women who are faced with the worst–and come out victorious. She loves what one bookseller said about her work: “When I read one of your novels, I feel stronger as a person myself.” Her books can get scary…but there’s always light at the end.

Jenny faced a battle of her own to get published, writing seven novels over eleven years, and climbing the publishing ladder only to get rejected at the very end. Her eighth novel was finally published by Random House–but it’d been rejected by every publisher first, including Random House! That book went on to hit the USA Today bestseller list, win the Mary Higgins Clark award, and many other honors. The message? Never give up on your dreams!

Jenny spent a total of fifteen months on the road on what Shelf Awareness called the world’s longest book tour, car-schooling her two children, with her husband working from the front seat.

Jenny now lives and writes in her home in the Catskills.

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