The collective works of Author & Artist Jenny Allen featuring the Lilith Adams Series
Inspired by horror classics such as Day of the Dead and Night of the Living Dead, Zombie Gene is an original white charcoal on black matboard drawing initially commissioned by Special Effects Artist Russell Adams for the Light of Daigh trailer. This vividly detailed piece is available in 8x10, 8x10 with 11x13 black mat, and 11x13. You can also find this piece under HD Reproductions and Framed Originals.
As both an Author & Artist, Jenny Allen is commited to superior quality and always strives to improve her techniques. Every unique piece of art (including the novels) are signed before they are packaged for shipping. Some rare items are numbered as part of a limited series.
Mrs. Allen has an incredible talent. This book (Rose of Jericho) will hook you in the first few chapters and keep you wanting more all the way through. These characters she has created are incredibly relatable and will quickly become your family. I can’t wait for the next book in this amazing series. A huge thank you to the author.
Author & Artist
Jenny Allen is the author of The Lilith Adams Series, which includes Blood Lily and Rose of Jericho. She also has several published poems and short stories in University journals while spending time as a reporter and photographer for the Chattanooga State College newspaper. Ms. Allen has studied forensic science, done extensive research in world cultures and myths, and is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Registered Nursing while working full time as an RN for Select Specialty Hospital. Her background as a published photographer and an award winning artist help her visualize the scenes when writing, contributing to her unique style of vivid imagery.
Born on a Royal Air base in Lakenheath England, she left the U.K. at the age of 9 to travel all over the United States and Germany. She turned to writing poetry after the suicide of a close friend in her sophomore year of high school in San Antonio, TX. She later graduated to short stories and narratives until, in 2002, she wrote her first novel, Lilith in London, which was never published, but exists as 432 hand written pages in a binder. Over the course of twelve years the novel underwent a lengthy metamorphosis, eventually becoming her first published novel, Blood Lily.