About Jessica Kate

Hi! I’m Jess, and I’m a writer.

Jessica Everingham Writing says hi!

Here’s a few fast facts about me:

1. I’m addicted to love/hate rom coms.

2. I write them.

3. I podcast about them and other fiction at the StoryNerds podcast with my co-host Hannah Davis.

4. I’m Australian.

5. Garlic bread is an important part of my life.

6. My day job involves designing corporate training and discussing The X-Files with my colleagues.

7. I’d love to nerd out with you over your favorite fiction too!

If you’d like to join the conversation you can can contact me at jessica@jessicakatewriting.com, sign up to my newsletter, listen to the StoryNerds Β podcast, follow me onΒ Instagram, or hit the Facebook ‘like’ button.

I hope to hear from you!


Sassy inspirational romance author Jessica Kate

Author photos by April Photography Studio.


11 thoughts on “About Jessica Kate

  1. Hi, Jessica. I saw your post to ACFW’s course loop and thought I’d check out your blog. Your site looks fantastic, very professional. I can’t believe you run a boarding house with 65 teens! Fantastic! Keep up the good work. πŸ™‚


  2. Jessica, want to thank you again for stopping by my blog last week. I appreciated your feedback πŸ™‚
    Looks like we have some things in common: journalist background and novelists (though I’m as yet aspiring since I’m still in “pre-pubbed” mode) #someday πŸ™‚



  3. Hi Jessica, your page popped up on my Twitter account. Probably because we’re linked to ACFW and other various writing groups. I loved the name of your new book. Congratulations by the way. Being published by Thomas Nelson is a huge success and one that I can only dream of. I also am a writer/story teller. I “self-published” my first short story about a month ago. It’s on Amazon and Kindle in e-book and paperback. I have so much to learn about the marketing and self-publish vs traditional publishing. I can’t wait to read your book when it comes out. I wish you all the best, and if you have any guidance for a rookie, at all, it would be much appreciated.

    Much love and blessings,



    1. Thanks Pam! Can’t wait to share it with you. My advice would be to take feedback from others and work on improving your craft, and to network at conferences like ACFW, and to trust God with it all! πŸ™‚


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