About the author

Jenni Ogden

Jenni Ogden and her husband live off-grid on spectacular Great Barrier Island, 100 kms off the coast of New Zealand, a perfect place to write and for grandchildren to spend their holidays. Her new novel, <em><strong>Dancing with Dragons</strong></em>, is on preorder now, and is the winner of the Gold Medal for Best Fiction, Australia/New Zealand-Aotearoa/Pacific Rim in the 2024 Independent Publisher Book Awards. Jenni and husband John often spend winters in Far North Tropical Queensland, close to Killara, the fictional home in <em>Call My Name,</em> her third novel. Her debut novel published in 2016, <em>A Drop in the Ocean</em>, won multiple awards and has sold over 85,000 copies. Her second novel, <em>The Moon is Missing</em>, was published in 2020 and is set in London, New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina, and on Great Barrier Island, NZ! &nbsp;Jenni—who holds a PhD in Clinical Neuropsychology and was awarded the <em>Distinguished Career Award</em> by the International Neuropsychological Society in 2015— is well-known for her books featuring her patients’ moving stories: <em>Fractured Minds: A Case-Study Approach to Clinical Neuropsychology</em>, and <em>Trouble In Mind: Stories from a Neuropsychologist’s Casebook</em>.