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Jessica Ryn

Jessica Ryn is a former midwife and homeless resettlement worker. She has recently completed her MA in Creative Writing at CCCU, and her stories have been shortlisted for the Kimberly Chambers’ Kickstarter Award, Wordsmag and the Val Wood Prize for Creative Writing. When she’s not scribbling away, Jessica can be found meandering through the woods, reading stories that pull on the feel-strings and eating yoghurt-covered skittles. Jessica lives in Dover with her husband, two children and their high-spirited springer spaniel. The Extraordinary Hope of Dawn Brightside is her debut novel and her second book, The Imperfect Art of Caring, will be published in November.

Genres: General Fiction
Jessica Ryn recommends
Small Acts of Kindness (2024)
Caroline Day
"I loved it so much . . . gave me all the feels."
The Beginning of Everything (2023)
Jackie Fraser
"Equal parts hilarious and sobworthy, it's a poignant tale of what it means to rebuild after losing everything."
Cuckoo in the Nest (2023)
Fran Hill
"This made my soul sing! Witty, poignant and full of heart."

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