USA Today bestselling author Jennifer Blackstream is...odd. Putting aside the fact that she writes her own author bio in third person, she also sleeps with a stuffed My Little Pony that her grandmother bought her as a joke for her 23rd birthday, and she enjoys listening to Fraggle Rock soundtracks whether or not her children are in the car. Fortunately, being a little off is a desirable quality in someone who writes urban fantasy for a living.
Jennifer enjoys co-op gaming, particularly Sentinels of the Multiverse and Mice and Mystics. She also has a passion for great TV mysteries including Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries and Father Brown. She has a son who wants to take acting classes “to get better at deception” and a daughter who will have her re-reading “Little Monster” by Sean Taylor until the day she dies. And possibly after, who knows?
Jennifer's influences include Terry Pratchett (for wit), Laurell K. Hamilton (for sexual tension), Jim Butcher (for roguish flair), and Kim Harrison (for mythos). She is currently writing Blood Trails, an urban fantasy series that combines the classic whodunit spirit with a contemporary fantasy setting. Expect magic, mayhem, and murder...