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Whitney Estenson is a native of Topeka, Kansas. She teaches middle school Journalism and is the author of The Ascendant Series; House of Aries, House of Taurus and House of Libra

Whitney Estenson was born and raised in Topeka, Kansas. The daughter of two teachers, she spent her summers swimming at the pool. Through the years, she played several sports, including; softball, basketball, volleyball and running track. While traveling to the next tournament, whether it be an hour away, or several states away, Whitney always traveled with a book. It was on these long trips that she developed a love of supernatural and fantasy stories.


After graduating high school, Whitney attended Washburn University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English Education in 2009. That summer, she married her husband Josh in a seven minute ceremony on a Jamaican beach. When she returned, she began her teaching career and has been teaching middle school ever since. In 2012, she received a Master of Science in Educational Technology from Pittsburg State University.  In 2013, Whitney and Josh welcomed their daughter Avery.

When she’s not teaching or writing, Whitney loves to swim and ride four wheelers with her husband and daughter.  

Whitney Estenson is a native of Topeka, Kansas. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Washburn University in English Education and a Master of Science in Educational Technology from Pittsburg State University. She has taught middle school since 2009 . Eventually, Whitney took her love of writing and expanded it from the classroom into the Young Adult Fiction world in her debut series The Ascendant Series.

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