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Jenni Wiltz
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Writer. First, last, still, always.
Writer. First, last, still, always.

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The life of a working writer....clock out for lunch on the left-hand monitor. Proof paperback copy of next book on the right-hand monitor. 
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Not the most helpful suggestions I've ever received...


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Happy New Year, everyone!
I'm relieved it's 2017, although 2016 wasn't all bad. I published 3 books, and found some amazing shows, songs, podcasts, and books. Here's the stuff that made 2016 good for me. Still really glad it's over, but you know, gotta give credit where credit is due.

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I never knew Vincent Price selected fine art for people to buy through the Sears Catalog...with a money-back guarantee! I also never knew he published several crazy-popular cookbooks with his wife. This was a fantastic episode of the Stuff You Missed in History Class podcast...if you like Vincent Price (and who doesn't?), you'll get a kick out of this.

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Need something to read this weekend? +Kobo Inc. is featuring The Red Road here: https://store.kobobooks.com/p/kobo-next
Scroll down to Fiction & Literature, and there I am!

In this book, you'll meet Emma, a sixteen-year-old girl who fights to avenge her father when he's attacked by a local gang. Loosely based on real-life events in my hometown of Salinas, California.

#ebooks #kobo #amwriting #amreading
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I love this photo. It's captioned "Members of the FFL arrive in Paris for the 1939 Bastille Day Parade." The next book, coming very soon, includes a character who's a former member of the French Foreign Legion.

If you're curious, I found the photo as part of this article: http://xpatnation.com/things-you-dont-know-about-the-french-foreign-legion/

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Travel to-do list: Go see the key to the Bastille, sent to George Washington by the Marquis de Lafayette. It's on display at Mount Vernon. Kind of mind-blowing, isn't it? This is, like, the actual freaking key to the Bastille, the storming of which kicked off the French Revolution. For a history dork obsessed with the French Revolution, this is...dude...I can't even. I need to see this IRL.

#mountvernon #frenchrevolution


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My sister and I ended up at the Canepa showroom and car museum this weekend. While the hubby inspected the suspension parts on 1970s Porsche track cars, we just took selfies. :)
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Need to read an ancient scroll or book that's too damaged to open? Now you can. And by "you," I mean scientists from MIT and the Georgia Institute of Technology. This machine uses radiation to detect and scan individual letters on the first 9 pages of a book...without opening its cover. Nifty! I think my forger character could find a use for this. Hmm...

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People of Sacramento, please make this happen. I will give you lots of money.
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