I have aspirations to be Wonder Woman, but find high-heeled boots uncomfortable. However, I appreciate that she values truth and that she doesn't know a bad hair day.
I have the heart of a writer and
reside in the southern United States with my awesome family. They're okay with me not being Wonder Woman, as long as I take a break from the fictitious worlds I create and join them for supper.
My books are available both digitally and in print at most online bookstores including Barnes and Noble and Amazon.
WILL WORK FOR LOVE by Amie Denman, EPIC Award and Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence finalist. When a hurricane sweeps across St. Thomas, Whitney Oliver turns to a sexy carpenter whose secret life forces
him to work for her love.
THIS MAGIC MOMENT by Bobbye
Terry (writing as Daryn Cross), award winning author of contemporary, historical and fantasy romance. Zack Graham, CEO of Scrumbles Snack Cakes, is energetic, magnetic, and a workaholic who refuses to let a woman make
a fool out of him again.
HER HIRED MAN by Cat
Shaffer, Golden Heart finalist and award-winning writer..
Hot nights, a double sleeping bag and a stranger for a husband…how much can one city girl take?
SINS OF THE FATHER by Janet Eaves, Amazon bestselling author
of the Ladies of Legend contemporary romance series. Just like the Princess in the classic tale Sleeping Beauty, Aurora’s life doesn’t really begin until her heart is awakened by a handsome struggling artist.
HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO by Jennifer Johnson, who writes comedic romances so entertaining even guys read them. Author of the TMP top-selling Rescuing Riley. Abigail Benton is a bum magnet, according to her dad. When she becomes attracted to a homeless man at the community center, she wonders if what her dad says is true.
LONG DISTANCE LOVE by Margaret Ethridge, contemporary romance
fan favorite and TMP top-selling author of Commitment. Sometimes the distance between two hearts can be measured in frequent flier miles.
SILENT PARTNER by Renee Vincent, award winning author of
historical and contemporary romance.
Grayson Anders is a talented Latin-style dancer; Chloe LaRoche is a talented artist. When the two indulge in a passionate,
out-of-control, one night stand, they wake the next morning consumed with inspiration.
Turquoise Morning Press and its authors will be giving away…
1 – ebook set of UNFORGETTABLE HEROES
Welcome to the blog Jennifer
Can you tell us what prompted you to first start writing? What was the first thing you wrote?
I think I began
writing when I was in Junior High School. Nothing like early teen angst to motivate one’s pen, you know. First story I ever wrote? Two teens. Summer camp. Trapped on the top bunk by a wolf. Please, someone tell me I’ve improved since then. Haha.
Can you summarize your latest work in just a few words?
tries to save the world one bum at a time.
What does a typical writing day involve for you?
Yelling at my kids, “Hey, I’m trying to write here.” Haha.
What are you working on next? Do
you have a WIP?
I’m working on a book now called The Bloodhound and the Ninja. It has a similar flavor to Holding Out for a Hero—romance
with some action thrown in.
Tell us about your travels.
travel three states in my present job, and each state line I cross is a river. There’s something about bridges that speak to me right now. Crossing a bridge is a metaphor for building a relationship or mending one. I really like that image.
Tell us about your childhood.
I grew up in the deep south. I ate grits
for breakfast, and I know that cathead biscuits are named for their size, not for their ingredients. I know what “Bless your heart” really means, and I try never to be with my family of origin when Alabama is playing Auburn. It’s just never
Most writers have some quirks – what are yours?
never realized I do this until recently, but apparently I really agonize when my characters refuse to cooperate and give me the happily ever after I need. I pace the floor and wring my hands. My husband pointed this out to me just before I finished Cars,
Cobras, and Concertos.
I said, “I’ll never get these two together. They can’t work it out.” He said, “You always say that.”
I blinked at him. “I do?”
That’s quirky, don’t you think?
Have you taken any creative writing courses and
would you recommend them?
I’ve been to a lot of workshops, but I think the most inspiring lecture on creative writing I’ve ever seen was given by Ray Bradbury.
Google An Evening with Ray Bradbury, and you’ll find it. Another great lecture was a Ted Talk by Elizabeth Gilbert called “Your Elusive Creative Genius.” I do want to caution you about Gilbert’s comments. I think her main point is,
‘Give yourself a Break. Don’t let your writing torture you.’ Do it because you enjoy it. Delight in it. What is your joy? That is what you’re called to do. Do it and delight in it.
What book(s) are you reading at the moment?
I do a lot of driving, so I’m listening to Alan Jacobs’
audiobook, The Narnian. I love it so much, I’m also reading it.
If you were stranded on a desert island and could only take three books with
you, what would they be and why?
I’d take The Narnian so I could finish it. I’d take The Princess Bride because I’ve been wanting to reread it, and for
my third book I’d take ‘100 Quick and Easy Ways to Get Off a Deserted Island’ because I’m practical that way.