Jen Waldo

Jen Waldo

Jen Waldo

Jen Waldo has lived in Holland, Egypt, the UK, Scotland, Kuwait and Singapore, but now lives in her home Texas, where her novels are set.

She first began writing twenty five years ago and shortly afterwards she had a story picked up by The European and was shortlisted in a competition by Traveler. Her novel Disappearing Otis'won an honourable mention in the Indy Book Awards.

For Arcadia Books, Jen has written Old Buildings in North Texas and - to come - her second novel Why Stuff Matters. 

Titles by Jen Waldo

Old Buildings in North Texas by Jen Waldo
Why Stuff Matters by Jen Waldo

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