Jennifer Brown (author)
May 11, 1972 |
Kansas City, Missouri, US
|Genre||Realistic fiction for teens (YA fiction) and children
Women's fiction (as Scott)
Jennifer Marie Brown (born May 11, 1972) is an American writer best known for teen fiction including her debut novel Hate List (2009). At least from 2013 she also writes fiction under the name Jennifer Scott.
Brown was born in Kansas City, Missouri, and lives there with her husband and three children, as of 2014. She was once a humor columnist for The Kansas City Star, in which she won the Erma Bombeck Global Humor Award in 2005 and 2006.
- Teen fiction
- Hate List (Little, Brown, September 1, 2009)
- Bitter End (May 10, 2011)
- Perfect Escape (July 10, 2012)
- Thousand Words (May 2013)
- Torn Away (May 2014)
- Say Something: a Hate List novella (Hachette Audio, 2014), read by Ivan Martinovic, OCLC 869469958
- Children's fiction
Brown now also writes fiction for pre-teens. The Library of Congress classifies these stories by subject (LCSH) as astronomy fiction, family fiction, middle-school fiction, etc.; not as science fiction (select LCCN).
- Life on Mars (Bloomsbury, August 2014), LCCN 2013-38537
- How Lunchbox Jones saved me from robots, traitors, and Missy the Cruel (Bloomsbury, forthcoming August 2015), LCCN 2014-19118
- Women's fiction as Jennifer Scott
- The Sister Season (New American Library Accent, 2013), LCCN 2013-19767
- The Accidental Book Club (Accent, 2014), LCCN 2014-337