Tagged with Breath of Air

Romancing the Book: Day 1 – His Breath of Fresh Air

Romancing the Book: Day 1 – His Breath of Fresh Air

Westley: Hear this now; I will always come for you. Buttercup: But how can you be sure? Westley: This is true love. You think this happens every day? –The Princess Bride Hi everyone! I wanted to celebrate this fantastic week of romance with a mini-series entitled Romancing the Book, where I will be featuring the romances from each one of … Continue reading

FREE Gift From Me to You!

FREE Gift From Me to You!

Hey everyone! For a few days, I’ll be giving away Kindle eBook copies of Breath of Air for FREE! Just shoot me an email (katiejwrites@gmail.com) and I’ll send a copy over to you 🙂 Breath of Air is the first book in the bestselling fantasy series The Dryad Quartet. Read the blurb below. Offer good … Continue reading

NaNoWriMo and one heck of a BIG book…

So yesterday marked the final day of NaNoWriMo 2012, the insane novel writing competition that I was coerced into participating in this year. Okay, it was a completely voluntary act of torture on my part, but I was still somehow talked into doing it and proceeded to spend the entire month of November scrambling to write … Continue reading

Red Hot Review!

Thank you to the wonderful Cassie over at Shadow Kisses Review blog for her awesome 5-Star review of FIREFIGHT IN DARKNESS!! Check it out below! Not sure it can get better than a Fiery red head serving up demon on a platter! Katie Jennings has out done herself again on the second installment of The … Continue reading

You gotta love FREE ebooks!!

Alright guys, I’m writing to announce that BREATH OF AIR (first of the Dryad Quartet) will be FREE tomorrow, and for tomorrow only.  Yep, free.  It just doesn’t get much better than free ebooks, right? 😀 “Capri’s story of love and loss draws you in and you can’t put it down.” -S. Pemberton “Breath of … Continue reading

Self-Publishing and other ramblings

I’ve been reading tons of blog posts and articles about just how hard and yet liberating self-publishing can be.  It’s a challenge, that much I’ve learned so far.  You not only have to believe in yourself enough to come up with a book concept, put the words on the page, and then finalize it to … Continue reading