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About Jenny Wren
Born and raised in South Florida, at 18 Jenny set out on an adventure that landed her in Chattanooga, TN. Her days now are filled with any combination of spending time with her family, reading, and writing. Plus, there’s a day job mixed in there too, somewhere.
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