I’ve started preparing for the release of my first book. We don’t have a publication date and no cover yet.
I’ve created an author page on Facebook and I’m working towards gaining readership. Check it out.
I need to start working on author swag. Do I want to get business cards or bookmarks?
I had author photos done this weekend.
God is so great! I have been blessed so much.
I just signed my second contract with Anaiah Press. Edits on book one are progressing. Although, I confessed to hating the title and now I’m on the hunt for a new title.
I’ve created an author’s page on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/JenniferPierceauthor/
Now, I’m steadily working on book 3.
I started the Van Buren Police Department’s Police Academy last week. Seven more weeks of fun and learning!
I’m going to try to update the blog once a week. What are some things you’d like to read about? Leave me a comment.
by Dana R. Lynn
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The author did a great job intertwining the deaf world with the hearing world. She put in facts about the deaf community and ASL.
I loved the fact that Miles takes Rebecca’s deafness into thought as he interacts with the hearing. The author did a good job describing Rebecca’s world, how she feels and interacts.
The suspense had me turning pages wanting to know what happens next.
I was given a copy of the book for an honest review.
Visit her website http://www.danarlynn.com/
Finding Love at the Oregon Coast
by Heather Woodhaven, Lisa Phillips, Christina Coryell, and Angela Ruth Strong
I adored this novella collection. The collection starts off with a wedding that wasn’t. It branches off into four separate stories all connected to the wedding.
Finding Love in Lincoln City by Heather Woodhaven-A sweet story of old friends reconnecting, pushing each other to be reach their full potential and falling in love at the same time.
Finding Love in Ocean Side by Lisa Phillips-This is a cute story of how a small fender bender can lead to great things. Restoring a relationship with a parent and finding the “one”.
Finding Love in Cannon Beach by Christina Coryell-One hit wonder finally finds the one that brings out “the” song.
Finding Love in Seaside by Angela Ruth Strong-This is by far my favorite of the novellas. After calling off her wedding, can Christina heal and find a new love, the one God has for her, in the process?
I was given this collection for an honest review.