After gaining a degree in history, Jenni Keer embarked on a career in contract flooring before settling in the middle of the Suffolk countryside with her antique-restorer husband and their four teenage sons. She has also acquired four cats, despite being a dog person, thanks to her husband’s penchant for rescuing homeless felines, but will always have a special place in her heart for her writing buddy and blind cat – Seymour.
Having spent years striving to master the ancient art of housework, Jenni has now largely given up in favour of living in a dream world and pretending it’s a proper job. When not up to her elbows in family life, she can be found wandering around museums, planning her next fancy dress party or practising her formation dance moves.
She is the author of The Hopes and Dreams of Lucy Baker (shortlisted for the Joan Hessayon Award and the Katie Fforde Debut Novel Award) and The Unlikely Life of Maisie Meadows.