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Jessica Jesinghaus
Jessica Jesinghaus
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 4
  • Profession: Author, Medical assistant
  • Born: March 1
  • Member Since: Apr 2017
  • Profile Views: 7,694
  • Followers: 19
  • Writing:

    Thrillers Supernatural Suspense Paranormal Romance Fantasy

Born and raised in Southern Oregon, Jessica has been writing since she was ten years old. She attended Willamette University with the intention of going to law school and becoming a criminal prosecutor. But, as is the way with life, plans changed. Since 2002 she has worked in the medical field and absolutely loves the challenges and positive impact she can have on the lives of others. She loves the outdoors and considers herself blessed to call Oregon her home.

Following the birth of her second child, she committed herself to writing her first novel. Unfortunately for her, story ideas rarely present themselves one at a time and she often has two (if not three) manuscripts in progress at once. When she's not writing her own material, she enjoys reading a wide variety of books, many of them aloud to her husband and two children.

  • Jessica Jesinghaus

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Mirror, Mirror

Publish Date: Jul 28, 2016

Genre: Thrillers, Supernatural Suspense

avg rating4.6 - 37 reviews on Amazon

Jessica Jesinghaus's Books

Mirror, Mirror

Mirror, Mirror


Publication Date: Jul 28, 2016

Thrillers, Supernatural Suspense

4.6 (37 ratings)

Desolation Gulch


Publication Date: Jul 16, 2016

Romantic Suspense, Paranormal Romance

4.5 (11 ratings)

From the Shadow


Publication Date: Jul 18, 2016

Supernatural Suspense, Paranormal Romance, Horror

4.3 (10 ratings)



Publication Date: Feb 11, 2017


4.5 (13 ratings)

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      • jessjesinghaus 2 months AuthorAuthor
      • This is all my grandma’s fault! As a young child I was intrigued by a collection of souvenirs on her bookshelf, mementos from her travels around the world. One was a heavy, old skeleton key. I remember my imagination running rampant with stories about the key’s origins until, finally, one night I sat down and penned my first short story “Castle Lumsdon.” It featured a forlorn young woman on vacation in an old Spanish castle. She finds a key half-buried in the courtyard and takes it back to her room, only to be plagued by nightmares about walking suits of armor invading her room, accosting her, in search of their key. In the morning, she’s discovered dead in her bed, a suit of armor mysteriously situated right outside her door. I still have that short story in a binder on my bookshelf. I was 10 when I penned it (literally... pen and paper) and it still amazes me that I had such morbid sensibilities at that age. But I’ve been writing ever since and, always, my works retain the elements found in that first short story: the paranormal and death / murder / mystery.
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