#TenThingsYouMayNotKnow – About Jeanne Owens

Please welcome today’s guest, Jeanne Owens, the first brave soul to share ten things about herself that you might not already know. Jeanne, I commend you for emailing me right away, and I’m happy to share your list with everyone. 

Ten Things You May Not Know About Me
by Jeanne Owens

1. I was born and raised in Virginia, and still live there.

2. My first time flying was when I went to Ireland in 2004 as part of a study abroad trip with a group from a local community college. I’d love to go back again someday.

3. I am interested in the paranormal, and have had a couple of odd experiences but I’m not sure if they were really paranormal or not.

4. I’m an amature photographer and love taking photos of nature and the moon.

5. I’m a bit of a geek, enjoying among other things: Star Trek, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, Doctor Who, anime, etc.

6. I dabble in reading tarot cards and have at least a dozen different decks.

7. I wrote my first “book” in high school. It was a Fantasy inspired by a Terry Brooks book. I’d written a little before then, but I think this was my first more serious attempt.

8. I am short of stature, coming in at mere 5’0” tall.

9. My mother named me after Joan of Arc (Jeanne d’Arc).

10. My taste in music is rather eclectic. For example, I like Classical, Big Band, “Oldies”,
Country, Rock, Metal, Jazz, J-Pop and J-Rock.

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Author Jeanne Owens

Jeanne Owens, a native of Virginia, is an avid reader and a fan of sci-fi/fantasy and anime. She is also an animal lover and supporter of animal charities. She has been writing for many years and has written numerous short stories. Kismet and Tell, the first in the Adventures in Sorcery series, is her first novel. Visit her website at http://jeanneowens.weebly.com to follow her on Facebook, Goodreads, Pinterest, and Tumblr, on Twitter @risscobalt, and to also follow her blog.

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Jeanne’s Books: (Click cover to see on Amazon)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can reach Jeanne on Social Media Here:

Twitter: @risscobalt

Author website: http://jeanneowens.weebly.com

 

 

 

67 thoughts on “#TenThingsYouMayNotKnow – About Jeanne Owens

    • Thanks so much for being the first guest on the Ten Things feature, Jeanne. Sorry I’m late to comment, but I have a ginormous CRANE parked in my side yard and a crew of burly men removing some dead trees ahead of the next hurricane. I’ve been watching. The crane, not the burly men. (Yeah, right. I’m OLD, not DEAD!! 😂 ) Seriously, it’s a bit disruptive to my day’s work, but I’ll get caught up with comments later.

      In the meantime, it’s a pleasure to have you kicking off this new feature with your very entertaining list. I’m happy to see that lots of folks are taking a look. 🤗

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  1. What a nice way to begin the series, Marcia.
    Jeanne has set the bar high for us all.
    Jeanne, we share the same name – my middle name is Jeanne, and I was named after my aunt Dorothy Jeanne. You can go to Ireland again whenever you decide it is a priority – plan the trip and set a date and work towards making your dream a reality. It could be a writing and research trip for you for a future project. lol Make it happen.

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  2. This is such a fun feature, Marcia. It was great getting to know more about Jeanne, and it turns out we have a lot in common. Star Wars, Star Trek, Harry Potter, anime, LOTR, even an eclectic taste in music.
    Geeks of the world, unite! 😀

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  3. Brilliant start to the new series! Great to find out about someone in little snippets like fascinating snippets like this. I used to be 4′ 11″ but I’ve shrunk a bit… If I carry on this way, my height and girth measurements will be the same…

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    • Oh, lordy! Let’s hope you stay just as you are! I hate to think of all the ladder climbing you’d have to do if you became any more petite. 😀

      Glad you like this series, Trish, and that you enjoyed Jeanne’s list. I’m looking forward to each of these, and think others are going to enjoy them, too. 😀 Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

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  4. Yep. 5’3″ here. Maybe we’re like actors. Apparently, a lot of them are short IRL, but on film, they look huge. Great list – thanks for sharing! 🙂

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  5. Thank you, Marcia, for this wonderful spotlight on Jeanne. I loved getting to know her a little more and the 10 “things” brought smiles and stirred memories. Hugs to you both! 💗

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