My name is Jennifer P. Tuck. I am a poet. I'm also a horror and psychological thriller fiction writer. In between the time travel and bone-chilling encounters inside of my words in literature is where my inspiration comes from. It's reality's blended reflection as a parallel cryptic art in society. I write to encourage others to express their minds without holding back. Writing is communication. It's the mind behind and art outside of the face of living outside the box. It shows what's there and unnoticed. Though writing can evolve into many depths of meaning, it builds voices. The lifelines on the pages that listen to the strokes of the pen, brings visions to life that walk and live its purpose through generations for time to enjoy.
My journey in writing started at a young age. It opened my mind to perspectives that made me appreciate the beyond what's seen in front of me. My ink pen and its canvas took my mind outdoors into realities that my feet couldn't. I found out that I was going to be a writer when I was sitting on the floor in my bedroom. I looked at the faces of the pen and paper that waited on the floor with me to listen to my mind. I picked up the ink pen. It took the hand of my mind and touched the paper with me. The lines evolved my words into worlds that I didn't know were there and shared the same perspective. The worlds turned into an inspiration that hauntingly provokes more beautiful minds to write and get their stories onto bookshelves.
"I always saw beauty in a creative mind that's often viewed as hard to understand. I live my beauty proudly. The beauty in its own creatively structured form, brings its own essence to the table of voices. Voices of verbal and nonverbal empowerment that speaks through strands and looks of masterpieces. I don't see hair as a war of thought. It's a statement of definement with stories of greatness that's as graceful as it falls to stand firm in courage. An element of time that awakens thoughts to inspire attitudes of leadership and warrior acts with nerve that give a backbone to heroism. The community is the walkway where I show its positive purpose."
-----Jennifer P. Tuck