The novel, THE HILLS GO UP AND DOWN, is the story of Ariel Anderson, a young woman trying to piece her life back together after a divorce. What starts out as an optimistic reinvention, turns into an unimaginable mess. Trapped in a cycle of denial and frustration, Ariel struggles financially, professionally, and emotionally with the help of $2.99 bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon.
Most readers will be able to relate to Ariel. Those who have been down and out will be able to empathize with the tricks she uses for finding money, and making it last. Although drained and weary, Ariel constantly tries to dig herself out of trouble… but will her solution in the end finally work?
THE HILLS GO UP AND DOWN can be categorized as commercial women’s fiction, with a gritty, edgy feel. Jennifer is currently submitting the manuscript to agents and editors.