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Jessica Raney is an author living in Houston, Texas. Originally from southeastern Ohio, she began writing at an early age, producing such titles as "Don't Vote for Walter Mondale," "King Bong and Rose," and "The Passing of a Pork Rind King." Early works had an inexplicable love of trickle-down economics and an aversion to high taxes. She later studied Forensic Chemistry at Ohio University and took a brief 20 year detour from writing to be a responsible do-er of science. She moved to Texas in 2008 and began writing again.
Jessica is the author of seven books. Her latest novel, Rack and Ruin is the final book in her Appalachian-Supernatural-Noir series, which includes the titles, Tooth and Nail and The Hard Truth. Her other works include a zombie Apocalypse adventure, These Violent Delights, and two collections of short stories, Oddballs and Dreadful Pennies. She has also co-written a collection of short, dark fiction, Tales from the Den: Volume I. She loves all things quirky and spooky, and her style could be best described as the intersection of dark comedy, horror, and the fantastical. Jessica is active in the Houston Writer’s Guild and Writespace organizations. When not writing or navigating Houston traffic, she’s enjoying the Gulf Coast with friends and her cat/dog/demon/baby, Gimli.
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