Goodreads Giveaway!

The blog tour might be over, but the giveaway's are not! For a limited time only, you can enter the Goodreads giveaway for STAY. But you better hurry to grab your copy because these will go like hotcakes...or freshly baked chocolate chipped cookies...mmm... 😉 Click on the picture below to ENTER & WIN!

STAY by Jennifer Silverwood Blog Tour & Giveaway!

STAY by Jennifer Silverwood Blog Tour & Giveaway!. One last blog hop and one last stop for the big giveaway! Check out links to see who the winners were! Don't forget to sample the excerpt and a well-thought review from fantastic blogger, SELENITYJADEBOOKS 😀  

Blast From the Past

Today I wanted to feature Najla Qamber's original artwork for the initial cover of Stay. In the end we took it back down to something more minimalist, but I still love the way she brought Orona's colorful world to life. Thank you Naj for being my hero!  

Blog Tour Schedule

In case you haven't already, here is a list of the blogs we've been hopping this past week! Thank you so much to the ladies and gents who have featured Stay! And don't miss your last chance to sign up for the big raffle giveaway! Kay, I swear I'm through with the exclamation points. Off... Continue Reading →

Blog Tour

Yay! It's finally happening! That last phrase might sound familiar as I mentioned in a former post I was finally signing on with publishing company, 4WORD press. I can't begin to wax and wan on how wonderful that team is. Instead you'll have to check them out for yourselves and join in the blog tour.... Continue Reading →

Stay: A Prologue

Today I'm sharing the very beginning of my book with y'all. In part because I wrote the prologue of Stay years before fleshing out the novel. She walks amid the soft gray mist, the fog that rises up from the dew-softened earth. Her lover’s arms wrap round her, draw her to his broad chest, and... Continue Reading →

Stay was inspired in greater part by my love for the sea. My best friends, the twins, and I would draw and paint mermaids when we were younger and give them different back stories and different oceans to live in. We often played like we were mermaids in their swimming pool an some of my... Continue Reading →

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