J Lenni Dorner

J Lenni Dorner is best known for the Existence series. Fractions of Existence, book one, is available on Amazon. The short-story Lumber Of The Kuweakunks is on Smashwords. J is also a reference book writer. Preparing to Write Settings that Feel Like Characters is on Amazon and Smashwords and Writing Book Reviews As An Author: Inspiration To Make It Easier is also on Amazon and Smashwords.

Other publication credits are WRONG!: A themed anthology 2014, LOST! A themed anthology 2017, and The Soul of Wit from Signum University's Mythgard Institute’s "Almost an Inkling" contest. J is a co-host at the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge - #AtoZChallenge.

J descends from the Lenni Lenape tribe of Native Americans. The author was raised in a religious part of Pennsylvania that prohibits photographing people. These upbringings led J to become a proud supporter of the #HeForShe and #WeNeedDiverseBooks movements.

When not at the computer, J is often in the middle of a forest. J is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. “As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.” Besides writing and reading, J enjoys gaming, finding images of dragons, devouring cups of coffee or tea, and watching funny cat videos. You should never ask J to cook indoors... unless you want to see what epic failure looks like. Fortunately, a wonderful chef saw fit to marry this Lenni Lenape, and they've been living happily-ever-after ever since.

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