Welcome to the Official Website of author: Jenna Hines

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Published :

Debut novel,  “Annie Logan” – Published 2009.

“The Quest of Miss Postlethwaite” – Published  2014.

 Two children’s’ books  – Published 2014.

“The Mill Owners” – a trilogy – Published 2015-2017

“An Australian Dream” – Published 2017

“Candle Trees”-Published 2019

“Stolen Moment”-Published 2019

Cold Dawn at Neva River”- Published 2020


Short Stories:

Two short stories for middle school children published in separate compilations.



My publishing company:  Writzend Publishing.

Articles :

An article relating to my  experiences of self-publishing appeared in Women’s Writer Magazine.

Creuse News magazine invited me to write an article about my writing career and a brief background of my life in France. 

I wrote of my experience living on the black mountain high above the Hereford village of Hay-on-Wye, the famous Town of Books, for the local magazine, Borderlines.

A couple of articles have been written for SWWJ magazine. The latest one published in 2019


A poetry book co-written with my brother and illustrated by my husband, “Scribbling Siblings” – Published 2009.

A poem about one of my rescued Donkeys “Toffee” appeared in the Donkey Breed Society magazine in 2001. 

Several poems have been published in various compilations.

Radio Interview:

Interviewed on local radio in France in 2009

Work in Progress

On My Way back

Outline Synopsis

On My Way Back

This Historical Novel is set in Ireland between 1938-2000 and tells a tale about a family who experience many traumas, including illness, hardships, and disasters. However love and parsimony will help to see them through.

Roisin Mahony is the youngest child and only girl of Fergal and Ida. Her four brothers spoil her and ensure that they protect her. However as the children grow up and experience many events in their lives the consequences of these issues change them forever; forcing their closeness and love to be seriously questioned.



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