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S.n.m Jones

About the Author


Motivational Speaker and Author

Born in Milwaukee, WI, S.N.M. Jones wrote her first short story in third grade and dreamed of becoming an author; however, it was not until 2005 that she began earnestly writing for purposes of publication. This was largely due to Hurricane Katrina. After witnessing the devastation caused by Katrina first hand, S.N.M Jones decided it was time to fulfill a life long dream. It would still be several years before she published her first book. Whispers in the Dark is the first book of a trilogy. Her second book Whispers in the Dark: Descent into Madness is also available.

After writing two of three books for the Whispers series, S.N.M Jones is taking a break to focus on writing her new series titled Devil Angels and released her first non fiction book titled Black Women Need Love Too which is a historical perspective of the Black Woman relationships and how stereotypes have hindered the black woman relationships not only with herself but with others.

S.N.M Jones has a Bachelor of Social Work and a Masters in Human Services specializing in Social and Community Programs.  She actively volunteers in the community and serves as the Second Vice President and Volunteer Director for Tomorrow’s Cultivating Youth (TCYouth), Inc. TCYouth Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to serving the youth, by bringing awareness to the necessary financial, social and educational tools needed to survive beyond high school. The org motto is “It takes a village.” Additionally, she serves as a founding member of Impact100 Global Veterans which was established in the winter of 2021. Since its inception, Impact100 Global Veterans has empowered a diverse group of women of all ages, stages in life, income levels, and backgrounds to come together to fund transformational grants of $100,000 to veteran focused organizations within the 50 United States and its territories 

She currently resides in Virginia with her husband, son and dog, Freedom.