I'm a writer, speaker, and editor based in the Chicago area, but you can often find me elsewhere, on writers retreats, speaking, or working with editorial clients.
If you're interested in women's issues, midlife, growing your craft as a writer, spiritual curiosity, cultivating a healthy family life, and/or adoption, click around.
Happy that an excerpt of my most recent book for adults is excerpted in the March 2018 issue of Woman's Day.
I'd love to hear from you!
Here's what people are saying about
When Did Everybody Else Get So Old?
"Jennifer Grant is fiercely tender, funny, passionate about family, faithful, and hungry for justice.
Read this book!"
Becca Stevens, founder of Thistle Farms
and a top ten 2016 CNN Hero
"It's rare to read someone who is as honest as Jennifer Grant is. In a time that's full to overflowing with easy, posturing confessions,
this is a necessary, awakening memoir."
Jon M. Sweeney, coauthor of Mixed-Up Love and editor of Phyllis Tickle: Essential Spiritual Writings
"Jennifer Grant manages to convey the trials of midlife with both realism and hope. This memoir, unexpectedly, helped me look forward to experiencing my forties and fifties."
Dorcas Cheng-Tozun, author of Start, Love, Repeat