Year: 2010

Leave the Light On nominated for Lambda Literary Award

Leave the Light On: A Memoir of Recovery and Self-Discovery by Jennifer Storm has been nominated for a Lambda Literary Award in the Category of Lesbian Memoir! The “Lammy” is the most prestigious, competitive, and comprehensive literary award offered specifically to LGBT authors. For more than two decades the Lambda Literary Awards has brought attention to and honored exceptional writing about queer lives across multiple genres published by large and small presses… Read On

Jennifer interviewed about Miley Cyrus’s recent savlia use

Jennifer was interviewed for CBS 21 News this evening regarding Miley Cyrus’s recent salvia use… Read On

Jennifer to appear on 48 Hours Live to Tell program

Jennifer was recently on the set with the amazing crew and producers of CBS’s 48 Hours Live to Tell program.  It is set to air Saturday February 22nd, 2011.  Check your local listings to see Jennifer’s interview regarding a serial killer case she worked on… Read On

Recovering lesbian describes her life in sobriety in Leave the Light On

By Liz Massey, Echo Magazine Riding the Storm Out Many young adults hit a major turning point in their early 20s. For some, it stems from the reality of having to find that first job after college; for others, it’s sparked by a realization that a relationship, or a career path, has turned out not to be all it seemed… Read On

Book Review: Leave the Light On

Posted in Recovery Tips, Saturday, 10th July 2010 This is the second memoir by Jennifer Storm. Her first, Blackout Girl: Growing Up and Drying Out in America, depicted her haunting descent into addiction which occurred after she had been raped at age twelve. In Leave the Light On: A Memoir of Recovery and Self-Discovery, Storm picks up where the first book left off… Read On

January Magazine Says…

Non-Fiction: Leave the Light On by Jennifer Storm Las Vegas-based Central Recovery Press publishes books with a very tight focus. As their name implies, all of CRP’s titles deal with issues of addiction and recovery. While this might seem an almost impossibly esoteric publishing mandate, CRP’s narrow focus ensures that the message they send to the world is measured and deliberate… Read On

Lesbians and Substance Abuse By Victoria Brownworth

Lindsay Lohan looked surly and sexy on May 24 as she appeared in court for a mandatory hearing. Her hair dyed black, she wore a low-cut white blouse and a black suit. No doubt Lohan thought she looked demure..… Read On

Addiction in America- Vote for me to have my own show!

So with Oprah leaving daytime talk, she is searching for new show ideas for her very own network. She is holding an open casting call for a new and innovative show idea and I submitting a video! View my video and vote for me if you think my idea is worthy. My show would be a very frank and candid discussion about Addiction in America… Read On

Publishers Weekly gives my new book a great review!

In the follow-up to Blackout Girl, her memoir of alcohol addiction, author Storm continues her compelling journey to fulfillment as a functional, substance-free human being. Fresh from a 28-day rehabilitation program, Storm finds she must shed many friends and routines from her past in order to work her 12-Step AA program and move forward in her life… Read On

Me on ABC’s Las Vegas morning show promoting Leave the Light On!

Click below to watch the video!… Read On