Jessica Dall

Jessica Dall (Fiction) | Near DC, Maryland

Booking Fee:

Negotiable

Will Travel:

Anywhere

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https://jessicadall.com/contact/

Website:

https://jessicadall.com/

Jessica Dall finished her first novel at the age of fifteen and has been hooked on writing ever since. In the past few years, she has published novels such as The Copper Witch and Raining Embers, along with a number of short stories that have appeared in both magazines and anthologies. In college, Jessica interned at a publishing house, where her “writing hobby” slowly turned into a variety of writing careers. She currently works as both as an editor and creative writing teacher in Washington, DC. When not busy editing, writing, or teaching, Jessica enjoys crafting and piano, and spending time with her friends and family. She can most often be found at her home in Maryland with a notebook and her much-loved, sometimes-neglected husband.

Books (Novels)

Raining Embers (Red Adept Publishing, 2015). Order and Chaos, Book 1. Fiction. Fantasy.
Off Book (REUTS Publication, 2015). Fiction.
The Paper Masque (5 Prince Publishing, 2014). Broken Line, Book 3. Fiction. Fantasy.


The Porcelain Child (5 Prince Publishing, 2014). Broken Line, Book 2. Fiction. Fantasy.
The Copper Witch (5 Prince Publishing, 2014). Broken Line, Book 1. Fiction. Fantasy.
The Bleeding Crowd (Melange Books, 2012). Fiction.


Books (Novellas)

The Copper Rebellion (5 Prince Publishing, 2014). Broken Line. Fiction. Fantasy.


Press & Reviews

“A journey of growth and bravery that is sure to have you on the edge of your seat.”
Echo Rains Reviews

“…a fun and fully engaging fantasy novel, filled with romance, adventure, and spunky, lovable characters.”
—L.C. Woodbury Reading&Writing

“…pulls you in like you’re watching a movie, or rather, living one.”
Love Letters Lost

“simple and captivating”
Enthralling Dimple Reviews

“…rich with intrigue, a variety of characters, a little romance and the dialogue of two young people who are bound to carve out a place together in a strange new world.”
Tome Tender Reviews