Jennifer Hallmark  ~  Alabama Inspired Fiction

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The Deep South. Hot summer days, porch swings, sweet tea, and small town living.
Sunday morning church. Monday morning work. Birth, marriage, divorce, death.
Authentic southern stories you’ll want to read again and again.

Come join me on the journey!  As writer, wife, mother, grandmother, and women’s ministry consultant, I’m excited about God, writing and life itself. How about you?

Available Now:  Sweet Freedom A La Mode  posted 07/12/2014

For some, the fourth of July is a celebration of freedom; for others it is a reminder of bondage. Of pain. Of fear. Of hopelessness. But there is a hope that is deeper, a love that is truer, and a freedom that no one can ever snatch away. These pages contain numerous stories: a woman longing to start again but bound by the failures of her past; a young man who, upon reaching adulthood, must face his fears of death; a woman offered a chance of true love but held back by crippling insecurities. We pray our stories demonstrate what it looks like in the day-to-day…and provide a little insight into how one grabs hold of that treasured state of heart and mind.


Jennifer’s debut book, A Dozen Apologies, a multi-authored romantic comedy novella, released Valentine’s Day, 2014. Get your copy here.

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But forget all that—it is nothing compared to what I am going to do.  For I am about to do something new.
Isaiah 43: 18-19 NLT


Jennifer Hallmark

"In college, Mara and her sorority sisters played an ugly game. They'd date men considered geeks, win their confidence, and then dump them publicly. The tables turn after college when Mara loses her job and boyfriend. Mara's heart is pierced by her actions toward the twelve men she'd wronged in college, and she sets out to apologize to each of them. Mara stumbles, bumbles, and humbles her way toward possible reconciliation with the twelve men to find that God truly does look upon the heart and that He has chosen the heart of one of the men for her to have and to hold."

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