“Kin” Daughters of Lilith Book 5 Release Date Announced

Coming to all retailers on

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Preorder your copy today from these retailers:

AMAZON | NOOK | APPLE | KOBO

Kin: A Dark YA Urban Fantasy (Daughters of Lilith Paranormal Thrillers: Book 5)

As she struggles to lead a fractured Guard, Braedyn Murphy makes a terrifying discovery: there is only one safeguard keeping Lilith from regaining her full strength, and it is frighteningly vulnerable.

Despite the growing danger, Braedyn forges ahead, bending traditions and breaking prejudices, in an effort to ready her forces for the final battle between the Sons of Adam and the Daughters of Lilith.

Old enemies resurface, making the fight personal and forcing Braedyn into an impossible choice. Will she protect her own family and the future she so desperately wants?

Or will she gather the last of her strength and fight, becoming the warrior humanity needs?

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Three Books For $0.99!

Interested in reading the Daughters of Lilith series? You’re in luck!

In honor of tomorrow’s release of Guardian, the first three books of the series are on sale for $0.99.

This is the first time these novels have been available in a bundle, and the first time all three have been offered for $0.99. But this sale isn’t going to last long. So if you’re interested in picking up the beginning of the series, act fast…

… because this sale ends on 9/18/2016!

"Daughters of Lilith" Books 1-3 LIMITED TIME $0.99

 

AMAZON | NOOK | APPLE | KOBO

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Guardian available for PreOrder

"Guardian: A Dark YA Urban Fantasy" (Daughters of Lilith Paranormal Thrillers: Book 4) by Jennifer Quintenz is available for preorder!

Hello all,

As the count-down to Guardian’s launch continues, I wanted to let everyone know that Guardian is available for preorder from these retailers:

NOOK | APPLE | KOBO

If you’re a Nook, Kobo, or iBook reader, grab your copy now!

Happy reading,

Jenn Q

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“Guardian” Giveaway!

Hello all,

In preparation for the official book launch, I’m giving away 5 paperback copies of Guardian (Daughters of Lilith Paranormal Thrillers: Book 4).

The giveaway ends on launch day (September 13, 2016) so sign up now if you’re interested!

Why not throw your hat in the ring? Here’s the link:

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Guardian by Jennifer Quintenz

Guardian

by Jennifer Quintenz

Giveaway ends September 13, 2016.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter Giveaway

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“Guardian” Cover Reveal…

"Guardian" A Dark YA Urban Fantasy (Daughters of Lilith Paranormal Thrillers: Book 4) by Jennifer Quintenz

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6 Amazing Urban Fantasy Novels For $0.99!

Hello all,

Looking for something new to read? If so, you might want to check out this bundle of 6 paranormal / urban fantasy novels on sale for a limited time for just $0.99!

6 incredible urban fantasy and paranormal romance novels for only $0.99!

Amazon | Barnes and Noble | Google Play | iTunes | Kobo | Smashwords

This is a great way to sample full length novels from some new authors you may not have read before, all for a buck.

Included in this bundle:

Bound by Dean Murray

Threads That Bind by Brant Williams

Thrall by Jennifer Quintenz

Awaken by Skye Malone

Meeting Destiny by Nancy Straight

Five by Christie Rich

So pick it up if it sounds like something you’d be interested in.  I had a great time working with these authors to put this bundle together – they are all awesome, creative, and generous people.

If you want to find out more about the bundle, or about the authors, click here.

Have you read any of these books? If so, I’d love to hear your thoughts!

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Workshops For Writers – All Ages, All Levels

My friend, Sascha Rice (writer, filmmaker, and teacher extraordinaire), has been running some awesome writing workshops for the last several years, and she’s gearing up for the summer workshops.

If you’re interested in honing your own writing skills, she’s offering a 20% discount to readers of my blog (good through May 31st)! Just enter code: EARLYBIRD at checkout. 😀

Here’s some information from Sascha about the workshops:

WORKSHOPS FOR KIDS & TEENS
JUNE 15- 18 ~ BEAT JUNE GLOOM POETRY & SONGWRITING
JUNE 22 – 25 ~ POV: JOURNALISM & JOURNALING
JUNE 29 – JULY 2 ~ TEEN-TOPIA: WORLDS COLLIDE
JULY 27 – 30 ~ JOURNEY THROUGH JULY

WORKSHOPS FOR ADULTS
* JULY 16 ~ W.O.W. MOON VISIONING (FOR WOMEN)
* JULY 12:~ LAUNCH & LUNCH: REBOOT YOUR CREATIVE PRACTICE

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO.

SUMMER CAMP FOR KIDS & TEENS-
Swimming, movies, bare-footing…get random, go crazy, chill out. And, of course, write about it. With on-your-feet theater games and fun writing exercises we build language skills, develop point of view, and uncover writing fluidity. We encourage taking risks, being messy, day dreaming, and being playful. Dive into creativity with swimming, movies, and popsicles! Whether you love writing or hate writing, in our workshops, you’ll catch the writing bug.

ADULT MINI-WORKSHOPS
Whether you have a project in full swing, a seedling of an idea, or true terror of the blank page, we’ll find the keys to unlock the next door in your process. Workshops are designed to inspire clarity, strength, and optimism. Workshops are open to adults of all skill levels

For friends and fans, receive a 20% discount good through May 31st. At check out, enter code: EARLYBIRD.

Sascha Rice is an Emmy nominated filmmaker, public speaker, teacher, consultant, and granddaughter of former California Governor Pat Brown. Sascha’s documentary California State of Mind was broadcast on public television, screened internationally, and garnered a Grand Jury Prize for Cinematic Vision. Her celebrated feature romantic comedy Mango Kiss enjoyed national and international broadcast, screened internationally at over 80 venues, and received numerous honors. Ms. Rice is the founder of W.O.W. Writing International, which offers writing workshops, consulting, and mentoring for writers of all ages. Sascha volunteers as the program director and a mentor for the Young Writers Workshop at Ivanhoe Elementary, a Los Angeles public school. Additionally Ms. Rice is President of Fire of Life Films and she serves on the Board of Advisors of the Pat Brown Institute (a non-partisan public policy Institute based at Cal State LA.) Sascha has appeared on television, radio programs, and has been published online. She studied at the American Film Institute and received a Bachelor of Arts from Hampshire College.

Endorsements:

“My son had a great experience at writing camp. Marnie and Sascha exceeded my expectations, stretched his imagination, and the final presentation was amazing.” –Stephanie, mother (Ivanhoe Elementary)

‘”My girls (ages 10 and 13) have participated in four different Writer’s Workshops. At the end of each session, they have come home with books filled with original stories, skits, drawings and songs. Sascha and Marnie create a safe and fun environment for the children while coaxing out the wild and wonderful creativity that every child has.” –Michelle, mother (Immaculate Heart)

The workshop is spectacular, encouraging, and full of positive energy. It helped me to be a better author because they teach you different techniques every class, and they help you find your strengths and weaknesses. When you find your weakness, they help you improve. When you find your strength, they help you get even better! This is a fun filled place, and I would highly recommend it!” -Oona, Age 12 | Larchmont Charter

“One of the best camps I’ve ever been to. The teachers and students were friendly. I had a blast. They let me roam free with the power of writing!” —Rafa, Age 8 | Mt. Washington Elementary

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Check out Geek & Sundry’s Twitch.tv 48-hour video game charity marathon

So, this seems to be happening more and more often these days–I sit down to write a post only to discover the lovely and talented Kam Miller has beaten me to the punch AND done a bang up job to boot.

Quick & dirty version: Geek & Sundry is hosting a 48-hour interactive video game marathon to raise money for lupus research today and tomorrow! I’ll be joining the fray for a few hours starting at 11 AM tomorrow, but there are all sorts of amazing folks involved. Check it out, have some fun, and support a great cause!

I will let Kam take it away from here…

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The Extraordinary Ursula K. Le Guin

I first stumbled upon Ursula K. Le Guin’s Earthsea Trilogy in the library at my middle school.  That library was both my refuge from reality and a launchpad into new worlds.  We had a decent-sized collection, but there were a few tall metal carousels that housed the sci-fi and fantasy books, and these were my first stop every time I walked into that room.  They introduced me to some of the authors I still aspire to write like today.

Earthsea was among my very first tastes of fantasy, and it blew my mind.  (Of the trilogy, I think my favorite is the second book, The Tombs of Atuan, but the entire series is achingly well told.)

So I was thrilled to hear that Ursula K. Le Guin was awarded the National Book Foundation’s Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters at the 65th National Book Awards on November 19, 2014.  (Her acceptance speech is amazing–if you have a few moments I highly recommend watching it here.)

Congratulations on the recognition, and thank you for the stories, Ms. Le Guin.

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Writers wish list 2014: 20+ gifts writers will love

Once again the amazing Kam Miller has put together a list of gifts for writers. I have to echo two things here (and admit that I’m pretty excited about some of the other finds on her list!):

Vellum. THIS IS THE PROGRAM I HAVE BEEN WAITING 3 YEARS FOR!!! If you are an indie author taking on your own formatting, this program will save you many hours of hard work and oodles and oodles of frustration. Where were you when I published “Thrall,” Vellum? Well, you’re here now, so all is forgiven.

The Passion Planner. I know everyone approaches creativity differently, but if you’re like me (maybe a little OCD, obsessed with lists, in love with planning each stage of your projects, etc.) then you should check this baby out. Our mutual friend Pang-Ni Landrum found this little gem on Kickstarter. I’m a proud backer now, and eagerly – if not patiently – awaiting my very first passion planner when it ships in January. Eeeeee!

So – to the writers (and those who love them) out there – check out this list. You may very well find that perfect something you didn’t even realize you were searching for.

Thanks, Kam! Great list as always!

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