My parents’ name is Titchenell. They called me F.J.R., A hint about my future and a lucky guess by far, For J.R.R’s enduring world of evil versus good, For Robins both of Locksley and the Hundred Acre Wood, For Jane whose razor wit put all three Bronte girls to shame. Fiona was my own before the ogre princess came. They schooled me in my craft, but on my own I heard its call. Whatever it gives back to me, I give this task my all. I’m through and through a storyteller. That’s all I can be, No matter if by day or night, for crowds or only me. The use of words on paper to encourage and explore The beauty of the human heart and mind is what I’m for. I do this not because it’s easy nor for profit’s sake. This life’s the one that chose me and the only one I’d take.
Fiona J.R. Titchenell is an author of Young Adult, Sci-Fi, and Horror fiction. She graduated with a B.A in English from California State University, Los Angeles, in 2009 at the age of twenty, is represented by Fran Black of Literary Counsel, and currently lives in San Gabriel, California with her husband and fellow author, Matt Carter.
She has also published under the name F.J.R. Titchenell, and on the rare occasions when she can be pried away from her keyboard, her kindle, and the pages of her latest favorite book, Fi can usually be found over-analyzing the inner workings of various TV Sci-Fi universes or testing out some intriguing new recipe, usually chocolate-related.