Jennifer N Martin

Jennifer N Martin

Jennifer N. Martin holds a BA in English and an MA in Educational Administration. She is a former university instructor, high school teacher, and educational administrator.

Jennifer is the co-author, along with Rosemary Dean, of The Angels Speak: Secrets from the Other Side which was published in 1994. She is a contributing author to the New York Times best-selling series, Chicken Soup for the Soul, and has stories in the series, Not Your Mother's Book.

In 2007, Jennifer's first novel, The Huna Warrior: The Magic Begins, won a bronze IPPY award for  ...See more >

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"A pleasant narrative of experiments in natural cures, alternative treatments and looking for a cure outside the mainstream."

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Hometown San Leandro, California

Favorite author Harlan Coben

Favorite book Chicken Soup for the Writers Soul

Favorite line from a book When you are truly genuine, there will invariably be people who do not accept you. And, in that case, you must be your own badass self, without apology. - Katie Goodman

Passion in life Fulfilling my writing bucket list


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ISBN: 978-0964697539
Page count: 162pp

The story of one woman’s attempt to deal with her chronic skin condition.

In this debut memoir about the pursuit of a cure for her psoriasis, Martin leads readers through her treatments—many of them unconventional—which have spanned nearly three decades. Martin explains that when she was first diagnosed, she pursued the standard medical treatments for the condition, which has no known cure, but found that they did little to improve the psoriasis and often left her feeling worse than before. She then proceeds through a series of alternative treatments—from Hawaiian prayer to colonics to dowsing to psychic healing. Martin writes of accumulating thousands of dollars of credit card debt in her pursuit of alternative treatments, but she brings a sense of humor to her travails, as when she describes the practitioner of Chinese medicine who was so offended by her body’s energies that he had to leave the room. At the same time, it appears that Martin is earnest in her beliefs that California Sen. Dianne Feinstein should have responded more seriously to Martin’s contention that psoriasis is her body’s response to airborne toxins delivered by chemtrail spraying, or that carrying an EMF protection device will shield her against ambient electromagnetic radiation. Readers may also find her credulous as she cites an online article as the source of her information or writes about the archons—“a cyborg type species made of inorganic matter”—that have implanted her with devices that must be removed for a $156 fee. Martin enthusiastically embraces concepts well outside the mainstream, and her willingness to try yet another nostrum after each one fails is unlikely to win over skeptics. Nevertheless, in the book’s concluding chapter, she reports that she has seen an improvement in both her mindset and her psoriasis symptoms, so readers interested in alternative medicine may find it a worthwhile read.

A pleasant narrative of experiments in natural cures, alternative treatments and looking for a cure outside the mainstream.


Non-fiction, angels, metaphysical, spiritual

Jennifer Martin interviews psychic channeler, Rosemary Dean, to delve into all things angelic--what angels are, how they have interacted with us throughout history, and their knowledge of secrets involving John F. Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe, and more.

ISBN: 0-9646975-0-5
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Kat Romero, a newly appointed high school vice-principal in California, begins a journey of self-discovery into the world of the Hawaiian kahunas, experts in the ancient secret tradition of Huna, able to safely walk on hot lava, heal broken bones instantly, and even pray an enemy to death. When a renegade kahuna in Maui suddenly starts killing off kahunas around the world, Kat discovers she's one of his targets and steps into her role as the Huna Warrior, using all of her newfound powers to protect herself, her students and her family from the deadly magic sent her way.

THE HUNATICS (Unpublished)

A troubled California teenager returns to her Hawaiian family to wean herself from a debilitating dependence on technology. Back home in Maui, she learns to harness the power of kahuna magic to rescue her small town from financial ruin and taps into the transcendent technology of the heart.