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Reader, writer, mom and child advocate - not necessarily in this order. I'm a selfish writer - my books are written for me, but definitely not about me. My goal is to entertain and maybe make the reader think, just a bit, about his or her place in the world.

"Remember Newvember" was published June 2011, "Reflections" was published in October 2012, and
"Money, Masks & Madness was published in May 2013.

favourite books

"Favourite Authors" would better describe my preferred reading list . . . "

Pretty much anything by Michael Ondaatje
Alias Grace by Margaret Atwood
The Robber Bride by Margaret Atwood
More recently books by Sophie Kinsella
Wuthering Heights
Sleeping Dragons all Around (Children's book - but I LOVE it)
Books by Karen Marie Moning - because I have a thing for Faeries
My Sister's Keeper - Jodi Picoult
The Book of Negroes
Maximum Ride Series (Y/A - but then we are all kids at heart)

my websites

http://www.liminallights.squarespace.com/     http://jenniferbogart-author.blogspot.ca/

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my books

Liminal Lights

Jennifer Bogart

What if faerie magic is real? Nadia discovers an ancient truth, hidden by Liminals, coveted by Shadow Monsters and protected by humans.


Somewhere, between faerie legends and story books, lies the truth to magic. It grows in children, matures and is eventually captured by Liminal beings. These small, luminescent creatures harvest and manipulate it, crafting it into the talents and skills inherent in humans. The rest, they keep for themselves in an effort to sustain their own life forces.


The human race is evolving, forcing Bean, Pritt and Tissa to find new ways to harvest human magic to save their own kind. Young Nadia's power, found in her talent as an artist, is the last hope for these Liminal beings, who find themselves caught between light and shadow. Liminals aren't the only ones after her magic, so are the creatures who lurk under the bed, hide in the darkness and go bump in the night.

 

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Scott Butcher wrote 15 days ago

Hey Jenny, thanks for backing Stillwart, She'll disappear from Authon....

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I wrote 237 days ago

On my WL too - I can't wait! view book

I wrote 250 days ago

GSWTCG The Sphalerite of Almandine by C. McDonald My comments below are simply my opinions. I’m not an editor, agent, or even much of a high fantasy reader (although I do write fantasy for tweens). The chapter-by-chapter comments were written while reading, so they are first impressions only.... view book

I wrote 257 days ago

GSWTCG Review Gone for a Soldier by Kathleen Kelly Garlock First things first. This is very well written. The prose flows well, the dialogue is believable and the characters develop realistically. Style-wise, the rhythm is engaging and it’s easy to read (this is a compliment). There’s no doubt... view book

I wrote 258 days ago

GSWTCG Review Hallelujah by Toby Cai Overall, the story telling is good. The characters come to life on the page, and the dialogue is interesting. I like the simplicity of the way you write, peppered with a bit of poetry. The words flow well together, making for an engaging read. The most ... view book

I wrote 541 days ago

The Ghost Shirt – D.J. Milne (Oct. 26, 2012) I’m late returning your read, but I’m here now, and I promise not to skimp on the details. I actually had this on my list of books to review, as I’ve seen a few comments floating around the forums. Please keep in mind that I only offer up my opinions o... view book

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