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BIOGRAPHY J Lenni Dorner is best known for the Existence series. Book One, "Fractions of Existence," is available on Amazon.
Lumber Of The Kuweakunks is a short-story that is available on Smashwords.
The author also has two writer's reference books. "Preparing to Write Settings that Feel Like Characters" and "Writing Book Reviews As An Author: Inspiration To Make It Easier."
Joined the Operation Awesome team in June 2016 as the organizer of the Debut Author Spotlight.
Co-host of the Blogging from A to Z challenge as of 2017.
J competed in Write Club 2014 &2016. The Creative Writing Institute held a writing contest that resulted in J Lenni Dorner being published in "WRONG!: A themed anthology 2014" (Southern Star Publications, December 2014). Winner of the Write Edit Publish Now flash fiction "Youthful Frights versus Adult Fears" Halloween challenge 2015. Signum University’s Mythgard Institute held a creative writing contest in the autumn of 2015 called “Almost an Inkling.” J Lenni Dorner was the Popular Vote Winner in week 6. Published story appears in The Soul of Wit. The Operation Awesome Flash Fiction Contest 12 win in April 2016 went to J Lenni Dorner.
When not reading or writing, J enjoys video games, funny cats, finding drawings of dragons on Pinterest, and watching movies.
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