bookish Banter – Featured Author – Jean Reinhardt

Laura is a wonderful writer and caring human being, always ready to help when she can. It was a privilege to be asked to do this interview with her. Thanks Laura.

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Saturday 19th October 2013

Bookish Banter is proud to present today’s Featured Author.

Introducing…

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Jean Reinhardt

Jean is Irish, born in Louth and grew up in Dublin.  She has lived and worked in various parts of Ireland.  She spent 8 years in Spain with her husband and 3 of their children and moved back to Ireland in 2008 and in 2009 opened a nail salon in a seaside town in the Irish Riviera.  She feels privileged to live in such a beautiful country.  In October 2012 she began to write her first book.  She was part of a writers’ workshop in the late 1980s and some of her work was included in their first publication ‘Sticks and Stones’.  In February 2013 Jean joined a new local writers’ group the ‘Youghal Writers’ and with their encouragement she finished her first book, which turned into a trilogy.  Jean writes Young Adult and…

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About Jean Reinhardt

Author of 'A Pocket Full of Shells' an Amazon International best seller, Jean writes young adult and historical fiction. She has been known to shed a tear over Little House on the Prairie.
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One Response to bookish Banter – Featured Author – Jean Reinhardt

  1. Aww! You are very welcome Jean. It was my pleasure to have you as my guest on the Bookish Banter Blog ❤ ❤

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