Bio: Jennifer Dunne wrote her first "book" at the age of four, telling the story of a lost little girl and a helpful elephant. She was all set for a career in the literary arts, to begin in that far off misty future after kindergarten--then she discovered a book about "the new math" on the coffee table, and fell in love with numbers instead. After getting a degree in math, followed by a masters awarded for teaching a computer how to take relationship building into account for negotiations, she joined IBM and devoted herself to doing neat things with computers, all the time continuing to write romance stories as a way of balancing so much logical brain activity. Much to her surprise, and despite everything her mother had always warned her about, people were actually willing to pay her for these stories.
Combining her love of science with her love of romance, Jennifer became the driving force behind the Science Fiction Romance newsletter, tirelessly working to promote books mixing these elements, and the two-term president of RWA's Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal chapter. Her first book, the science fiction romance Raven's Heart, won the EPPIE Award for best science fiction original eBook.