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G.S. Jennsen
G. S. Jennsen is a science fiction & speculative fiction author, as well as a futurist, geek & gamer. When she was 4, she brought dinner-table conversation to a screeching halt by inquiring what they knew about the nature of infinity. The rest is history-a long, convoluted history that wound... show more

G. S. Jennsen is a science fiction & speculative fiction author, as well as a futurist, geek & gamer. When she was 4, she brought dinner-table conversation to a screeching halt by inquiring what they knew about the nature of infinity. The rest is history-a long, convoluted history that wound across the U.S. & back again-& back again-through a shocking variety of windowless libraries, corporate boardrooms & engineering labs. She has been a corporate attorney, software developer & editor. She lives in Colorado with her husband, an electrical engineer, & their dogs, Dagny & Kaylee. There are many windows in her home, half of which look out on the Rocky Mountains. *Website: www.gsjennsen.com. Subscribe to her newsletter: smarturl.it/gsjennsen-subscribeTwitter: https://twitter.com/GSJennsenFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/gsjennsen.author
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Birth date: April 02
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IntheZone
IntheZone rated it 7 years ago
An excellent space opera read that kept me entertained all of the way through. A little more romance than I usually like in what I read but it does not really overwhelm the story being told and there was plenty of action scenes that really highlighted it. Cool main characters that are well developed...
IntheZone
IntheZone rated it 7 years ago
An excellent space opera read that kept me entertained all of the way through. A little more romance than I usually like in what I read but it does not really overwhelm the story being told and there was plenty of action scenes that really highlighted it. Cool main characters that are well developed...
The Fevered Imagination of Danielle DeVor
When one thinks of epic Sci Fi, the names Herbert, Bruin, and Asimov jump to mind. I think that G.S. Jennsen is getting close.I must say, though, that this is not a book for people who expect lighthearted banter and funny aliens ala Star Wars. This is more traditional Sci-Fi.In my opinion, the tech ...
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