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Jenni Fink grew up in South Jersey, just outside of Philadelphia. This ordinarily would make her a diehard Eagles fan, although, her passion really lies not in sports, but in food that can be found at sporting events. 

While in college at the University of Arizona, she created the now-defunct satirical lifestyle blog, Frankly Fink. She's written for Buzzfeed as a community contributor and Newsweek as a staff writer. 

In the summer of her 23rd year on this earth her first book, Sentenced to Life, was published. Those who are interested in reading it can purchase a copy on Amazon. The Kindle version is only $4.99, which, according to Jenni's father, is very reasonably priced. 

Jenni is currently working on her second novel, Diary of a Broken Heart. If she gets her act together, it should be available in the summer of 2020, but, in the words of author Douglas Adams, "I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by." 

She's also working on a play but she's realistic enough to know she shouldn't even set a deadline for that project. Give her a break, she's writing it on a typewriter. Yes, she really owns a typewriter. Her 200-square foot apartment is also filled with a rotary phone, record player, 200 books and enough art to cover almost every inch of the walls. 

Her apartment is modeled after Grey Gardens because she is a "collector," which is a fancy word for hoarder. 

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