Jodi Auborn is a fiction writer living in Ticonderoga, NY. In the past, she has had poetry published in high school and college magazines and yearbooks, and a personal essay in a local newspaper. Stormwind of the North Country is her first novel.
Jodi Auborn is the author of Stormwind of the North Country, a teen novel published in 2009. The Forests I Called Home - A Memoir of Living, Leaving, and Loving the Woods and Sea is her second book.
Kat’s adventures continue in Secrets of the North Country: The Hobo's Story, the sequel to Stormwind of the North Country, by Jodi Auborn. The author lives in rural Ticonderoga, NY, near the Adirondack Mountains that inspired “Stormwind” and her recent memoir, The Forests I Called Home.
Jodi Auborn became interested in lighthouses and the ocean when she was fifteen years old and went on her first vacation to Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Later in life, she made several trips to Monhegan Island and other small towns in coastal Maine, all of which inspired the setting for the fictional town of Salvation Point. She is the author of Stormwind of the North Country and Secrets of the North Country, teen novels set in New York State’s Adirondack Mountains. She has also written a memoir titled
The Forests I Called Home. The author lives in Ticonderoga, NY.