Jen Geigle Johnson, Author, Playwright

Jen Johnson’s first stories take place in Regency England, during an era when, if you were wealthy, the world fell at your feet. She also spends some time in early suffrage movements for women, and in industrial Manchester. She crosses the channel with brave characters who risk the guillotine in revolutionary France. Then they hop on a ship to America, and dabble in pirating. Most recently, while in early colonial North Carolina, she’s been spending time with a young girl on a plantation in 1855. She loves the themes of family, freedom, the strength of women, inspiration, and religion. She is a member of the RWA, the SCBWI, and Storymakers. She is also the chair of the Lonestar.Ink writing conference. Look for her first book to be published in November 2017, The Nobleman’s Daughter.

How to find Jen Geigle Johnson

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