My name is Jennifer Lee Rossman.
I am a science fiction geek from upstate New York, living with my mother, "big boned" cat, and tail nibbling betta fish.
I consider myself a self taught survivor of the public school system, and am proud to say that I chose to drop out of high school just before I was going to get a Special Ed diploma, and got one of the highest scores in the county on my GED.
I've been coming up with stories for as long as I can remember, and writing since at least the age of eleven. I have a form of muscular dystrophy that makes having a job impossible, and the social awkwardness and anxiety that came with the wheelchair made it difficult for me to have friends. But I had my stories.
I don't even remember when I realized writing was a job. I just always knew that was what I wanted to do, but something preventing me from pursuing it. A lot of somethings, actually, with depression, confidence, and motivation high on the list. Being diagnosed and treated for ADHD at the age of 25 has help immensely, and I've finally started working on my dream of being a published writer.
On September 29, 2016, that dream came true with the release of Circuits & Slippers anthology, and now I'm working on getting a novel published.