© 2017 by Jennifer Lynn O'Hara

BOOKS

The Art of Living Alone

 

The number of unmarried people is higher today than at any time in modern history, and many of those people are choosing to live alone. Yet there are surprisingly few resources geared toward helping singletons thrive in a world still geared towards couples and families. In The Art of Living Alone, Jennifer Lynn O’Hara shares what she’s learned from nearly 20 years of living alone. She also draws on advice from friends, subject matter experts, and research data to provide a practical guidebook to help singles live their best lives in blissful solo domesticity.

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Four Extra Hours

 

Four Extra Hours tackles that age-old problem of not having enough time to do the things we want to do in the time we're given. With a few easy-to-incorporate changes to your daily habits, you can feasibly liberate four hours each week from your hectic schedule. With those extra hours you can start to cross things off your "someday" list. This book shows you how to find four extra hours in your week, and offers over 200 ideas of life-enriching ways to spend that new-found time. Written in a journal format, Four Extra Hours provides space to record your adventures, and becomes a sort of diary of the amazing life you've created.

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SCREENPLAYS

Reflected Shadows - short (produced)

In the wake of a traumatic break-up, Amanda is forced to face a specter that is haunting her. But is she strong enough to defeat the apparition without losing herself?

Affiliated - short (Finalist - 168 Screenwriting Contest)

A young girl, grieving from the loss of her brother to gang violence, must find a way to heal herself and the violence that plagues her neighborhood.

Disappointed in the Moon - short (In Production)

A young woman follows the advice of a psychic to find her true love. But she must learn to love herself before her true love will materialize.

Cupid Fest - feature (In Development)

Annie and Maeve, two fun-loving 40+ sisters, are fed up with their romantic lives. On a whim they take off for a matchmaking festival in Ireland to find adventure and romance, despite the protests of their bossy older sister, Cliona. What they find in Ireland will surprise them both and change their lives forever. Co-written with Maggie Egan-Cummings.

Cupid Fest - short (Produced)

The Cupid Fest short is a teaser excerpt from the feature. In the short, Annie and Maeve confront their controlling older sister Cliona and make a decision that will change their lives forever - they will run away together to Ireland. Co-written with Maggie Egan-Cummings.

2 to 2:20: The Hot Guy - short (In Development)

During their afternoon coffee break, two office workers share a common interest - ogling the hot guy who walks past their office window every day. But when one of them starts to date him, their friendship is put to the test.

Revealing Grace - short (In Development)

An unflinching look at a women's descent into alcoholism and homelessness and the toll it takes on her family.

Shakespeare Chronicles: Star-crossed Lovers - short (Produced)

Set against the backdrop of the Vietnam War, old flames reconnect before the war and a tragic misunderstanding separates them forever.

OTHER TITLES IN PROGRESS

A Haunting Romance - Feature

Albert - Short

Operation EX - Series

Sea Queens - Feature

Sea Queens - Feature

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