Welcome to Jennifer Shepherd .com
There are a bunch of different Jennifer Shepherds wandering through Da Intertubes these days, including a criminal, a TV character, and an interior designer.
I am none of these.
I HAVE been known to make horrific puns, and some folks feel that this should be punishable by death or, at the very least, "Enhanced Interrogation Techniques." But I'm not an OFFICIAL criminal.
I'm not a TV character, although about 100 years ago when fishnet stockings and poofy 80's hair were popular, I did some bit parts in TV shows. But I never played a character who had an actual name. I tended to be "Third Grumpy Looking Woman Standing to the Left of the Star Over-Reacting in Closeup." You won't find my credits listed at IMDB.
And as far an interior design goes - well, when you have about a million cats, decorating the house mostly involves creating carefully organized surfaces which various felines quickly proceed to a) sit upon, b) shed upon, and c) barf various substances upon.
That tends to wreck my whole "French Country Farmhouse" design theme.
THIS particular Jennifer Shepherd is a syndicated astrology columnist, a holistic health type of chick, and also an online marketer and web type of person who does geeky things with websites. This Jennifer is also a digital artist, a failed standup comedienne, and a bit of an anarchist.
I write SERIOUS stuff about the meaning of life, the universe and everything as well as frothy confections designed to induce giggles and snorts - plus everything in between. I also somehow ended up owning my own publishing company, but I haven't found the keys to get in the office yet, so I'll probably have to break in. . . . and then maybe after I make headlines in my local police blotter I can finally overtake that other criminal Jennifer Shepherd in Google's search engine results. Damn her for outranking me in the search engine results for my own name!
If you want to know what I'm up to -- which books I'm publishing, what I've had for dinner that didn't particularly agree with me, and how many cats I have at the moment -- sign up for my newsletter. Or not.
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Oh, by the way - I get a lot of questions about this site's design. Within the past two years I've accidentally become an artist. So the design elements like the header, all the artwork, and the colors are all customized and created by me. The site's theme is a very pretty theme called Natural Gloom by Arscin. It's available for use both on Wordpress sites and regular sites like this one. You have to do a lot of modification to get it to do what I'm having it to, though, so you'll have to put on your CSS hat or hire someone to fiddle with the theme for you to duplicate what I'm doing here. Or you can leave the theme as it is because it's quite gothic and unusual-looking.
If there's one thing I hate (besides cleaning up cat erps) it's boring Wordpress themes. Please, can we move away from those standard black, blue, and red design colors and do something fun? (I'm speaking to you graphics people and web designers out there.)
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