Author Archives: Jennifer Gooch Hummer

About Jennifer Gooch Hummer

Jennifer Gooch Hummer is the award-winning author and screenwriter for her debut novel, GIRL UNMOORED. Raised in Boston, Jennifer graduated from Kenyon College with a B.A. in English and moved to Los Angeles where she read scripts for major talent agencies and production companies. A true believer in fairies, Jennifer currently lives in Southern California with her whistling husband, three teenage daughters, and two slightly neurotic rescue dogs. OPERATION TENLEY is the first book in the series, THE FAIR CITY FILES.

Come see Tobie Easton (Author of EMERGE) and me, Booth #368, Mysterious Galaxy, 1pm-2pm this Sunday. 

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Hello YASHers, I am very happy to be hosting Lisa Maxwell for YASH 2017. She’s the author of UNHOOKED, among others. While I’m sure you could find 77 other reviews about this great adventure, this is what Sarah Raasch has to … Continue reading

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YASH is back. This time, GIRL UNMOORED is on the hunt. I’m hosting Lisa Maxwell and her spine-chilling adventure UNHOOKED.  So get ready… April 4th – April 9th.

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My German paperback is here! And my German readers are so nice.

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And it’s onto book III of #thefaircityfiles with my trusted old friend #theanatomyofstory. @JohnTruby pic.twitter.com/zOTkXRN5zC — JenniferGoochHummer (@JGoochHummer) February 26, 2017

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Tenley has been non-top talking about her few seconds of fame. A-nno-ying.  Kirkus Reviews 12/1 Issue.

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That moment when you turn in your first draft to your agent…

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Operation Tenley by Jennifer Gooch Hummer – Tenley Tylwyth has a fairly regular life, except that she can control weather and mother nature wants to destroy her. @booksparks  

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Thank you @Redbookmag  @BookSparks 17 Must-Read Books to Give As Gifts This Holiday Season There’s an idea for literally everyone on your gift list. “This laugh-out-loud fantasy will have all tweens (and grown-up YA fans) turning the pages into the wee … Continue reading

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