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Welcome, Avid Readers!

Thank you for stopping by and showing your support! I have been a writer ever since a pencil first touched my little pre-school fingers, and boy has it been a wonderful adventure since then. I've dabbled in different genres, from poetry and blogs to memoirs and full length empowered romance novels. I've previously made a career out of business writing, so you can say the written word is just simply part of my soul. It is my wish to take readers on an inspirational journey; one that will empower them to live with hope and courage.

"To ask how I feel about writing is to ask how I feel about breathing." - Shakirah Bourne, Writer

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Meet the Author

I've been featured on Trenzle as an author of the day, as well as highlighted on booksgosocial.com. Come check out my interviews (you might be surprised by what you learn about me!)

A Conversation with Jenny Dee, a Multi-Genre Author

"Be authentic. I always try to be anyway, but sometimes, it is too easy to get swept up in the “perception” you want to convey, especially in this era of viral social media influencers. I have to stop myself from trying to give the audience what I think they want instead of just giving them me. Even if something I do or write doesn’t catch on, I’m proud that I was myself. In the end, you can only connect to others by being real, and that’s something very important to me. I’ll take 5 invested readers over thousands of perceived fans any day."

Interview with Jenny Dee, author of Dear Bumbling Boy

"It's been a passion of mine since I was a little girl. I feel like I can reach and relate to people going through similar life experiences when I share myself through words. It also helps me to understand myself better and even heal from unsavory experiences; to remember that I'm not alone and neither are potential readers."

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Whitsons Way 

(as Contributing Author)

 

Elmer And Gina Whitcomb Bought a Restaurant. Their Children Turned it into a Legacy.
 
When Elmer and Gina bought the Bon-Bon in 1979, what they envisioned was a small family business that would bring their nine children together. What followed was a series of lessons that brought pain and heartache from the struggle to keep their dream alive. But what the 
Whitcombs found in the process was an inner resilience borne of faith and family that not only sustained them through rough times but carried them to success.


Forty-five years later, Elmer’s vision lives on through next generation Whitcombs and an extended family of team members who embody Whitsons Way. While this story marks the history of Whitsons’ beginnings, it is far from the end—and the journey to get here was nothing short of miraculous.
 

Within these pages lies more than a story; it’s a chance to make a difference. With every copy of “Whitsons Way” sold, we’re donating all proceeds to the Whitsons Family Foundation to support Whitsons’ team members in need. Thank you for turning these pages into hope.

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Dear Bumbling Boy... 

 

What does "Yabba Dabba Do" have to do with online dating?
 
It's just one of the many crazy mini stories in this sassy collection of modern-day dating disasters. A Secret Agent Scammer. A Vampire Lawyer. An Intergalactic Blindside. Even a Sensual Shakespeare didn't pan out quite as expected.

In today's pursuit of love, it's easy to get discouraged by the bumbling boys of the world. But it can be just as fun to turn these lemons into... well, le-memoirs. From scammers and sexual predators to Mr. Nice Guys and heart stealers, I've gathered enough "research material" to inspire all kinds of literary personalities for future novels—all while laughing and learning about men and myself along the way.

In my quest to find the ultimate male lead, will any of these frogs turn out to be my prince in disguise? 

"Swipe Right" for a hilarious insight into a romance author's dating world.

"Dear Bumbling Boy feels like a cozy, amusing conversation with a close friend. In this part dating-memoir, part character-study, Dee captures much of the essence of the modern online romantic experience in all of its horrific, hilarious, and confusing glory."

-  Joelene Pynnonen, Independent Book Review

Read the full review from Indepedent Book Review  here

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