About JC Brown

JC Brown lives in a world where magic is real and anything is possible, or at least she likes to pretend so. She has always held a fascination for the darker side of the paranormal, like evil witches, zombies, werewolves, vampires and the fae.  When her adult ADD allows, she’s able to focus and carefully craft the intricate web of imagination onto paper.   

JC is an avid reader and lover of education that’s led her through many careers. From barista to graphic design, certified nursing assistant to school bus driver but weaving paranormal tales is what she enjoys the most.

As a American/Cuban, family and culture are especially important to her. While writing is her absolute passion, her full-time job is Mistress of Minions to her four needy goblins. They definitely keep her on her toes. However, her hysterical husband makes everything easier with his wild, and sometimes inappropriate humor. She shares her Rhode Island home with her husband, children, and parents.  

Why Bats and Bees?!

Did you know that a single bat can eat up to 1,200 mosquito-sized insects every hour, and each bat usually eats 6,000 to 8,000 insects each night? I hate those pesky mosquitos so much, but you know what I do love, bananas, and chocolate!  Bats help spread seeds for nuts, figs, and cacao — the main ingredient in chocolate and over 300 species of fruit depend on bats for pollination (including bananas and yummy mangos) At least 13 types of U.S. bats are endangered, and more are threatened. 

Bat World Sanctuary 
We are a non-profit accredited sanctuary providing rescue & lifetime care for orphaned and injured bats. If you find an injured bat call 940-325-3404.

The Honeybee Conservancy Advancing bee conservation and empowering communities with the education, tools, and 🐝🐝🐝 to support local agriculture.

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