Jean Davis lives in West Michigan with her musical husband, two nerdy teenagers, and two attention-craving terriers. When not ruining fictional lives from the comfort of her writing chair, she owns a sign and graphics business to pay the bills. Being self employed has its benefits, such as taking writing breaks, casual every day, and no one can say purple hair is not in the employee manual. During the rare times she is away from a computer, she can be found devouring books and sushi, enjoying the offerings of local breweries, weeding her flower garden, or picking up hundreds of sticks while attempting to avoid the abundant snake population who also shares her yard.
Each November she acts as Municipal Liaison for National Novel Writing Month, organizing events for local writing participants. She has also managed to meet the 50k word thirty day challenge nine of out of the ten years she has participated.
Jean writes speculative fiction. Her novels include A Broken Race and Sahmara. Look for sci-fi novels Trust: Book 1 on of the Narvan and The Last God in 2017. She currently has thirteen published short stories. They have appeared in The 3288 Review, Bards and Sages Quarterly, Theian Journal, Acidic Fiction's Corrosive Chronicles anthology, The First Line, Tales of the Talisman, Brewed Awakenings II anthology, and more.