Jennifer St. Clair grew up in Southern Ohio and spent most of her childhood in the woods around her home. She wrote her first novel when she was thirteen, and hasn't stopped since. She lives with her ball python, Fester, and two cats, Ash and Rowan.
In her spare time, she crochets, makes cloth dolls, collects antiques, books, and vintage clothing, and takes digital photographs with varying degrees of success.
Her Beth-Hill series is set in the area in America that contains many supernatural creatures: Wild Hunt, Vampires, Dragons, Faery and more.
It is part of the Universe that her Jacob Lane Series, Karen Montgomery Series and vampire trilogy, The Shadow Series are set in.
Learn more about the Beth-Hill Universe on our Universe page!
Writers Exchange is a Christian publishing house, although we do publish many, many other genres and not all our authors are Christian:)
We have been publishing and selling books since 2000, but in 2017 we decided to sell MOST of our books exclusively from Amazon. A number of our books are also available from other retailers. We have made it very easy for you to find our books from whichever retailer you prefer, either in the "buy" links on each book page, but also by the Menu Item "Our Books by Retailer" which will show you our books at Amazon, Apple, Barnes and Noble and Kobo.
So what is here, that is not available at Amazon and other distributors?
* "Universe" pages that go into a lot more detail about the various fictional universes some of our authors have created,
* Free Short Stories by our authors (which will also be on our blog)
* upcoming: author interviews - which will also be on our blog (where you can get new content/releases emailed directly to you!)
* and other fun things as we think of them :)
We hope you enjoy!
If you wish to contact us by email (including for submissions), please email:
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