Fire in the Woods is up for the TRR Reader’s Choice award!
I’m so excited I can’t stand it!
We’ve already moved into round two, and we need your vote to move into the next (and final) round which is the judging round.
If anyone would like to help push Fire in the Woods into the final judging round, you can click on this link:
You will need to log in, but you can do this simply by linking up with your Facebook, Google, Yahoo, or other social medial account with one click of your mouse.
If you are logged in when you visit the site from this link, you can simply hit the “Nominate this book” button, or you can click on the red “Book Voting” button at the top of the page.
Fire in the Woods is in the “Young Adult” category, which is the last category in a very long listing, so you can scroll all the way to the bottom, and then find the book alphabetically under that category. All you need to do is click on “Nominate this book”.
Thanks so much for voting and/or your positive vibes!
You guys totally rock!
You can find Fire in the Woods at all these awesome bookish places! Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Book Depository | Kobo | Chapters Indigo! | iBooks
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Sorry, but I’m going to ask for a little help today.
I’ve been playing around with my branding, looking for a theme that feels right.
For the past few months I’ve been messing with my official website, and there are parts of it I love, and parts that I’m not sure about.
One thing I do love from my website is the banner below, which I adopted here on my blog several weeks ago
Yeah, I love it too. It’s very me, and I love the sci-fi feel. But I wanted a little more than just the banner. I wanted the “flowing” look that I’d tried (somewhat successfully) to create on the website.
But now I think I’ve finally achieved that here on my blog as well. Maybe even better.
I know a lot of you follow through email, but would you mind clicking on in to the blog site today and letting me know what you think?
Do you like it? Not like it? Can you read the type over the image? What could be better? And most importantly, does it look right on your browser?
Thanks for your input guys. I appreciate it!
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Omigosh! Can you believe it? Let’s say it again!
Fire in the Woods by Jennifer M. Eaton has been picked up for National Distribution by Barnes and Noble!
I know! I can’t believe it either!
A few weeks ago I told you I was sitting in my car, staring at an email, crying. Well, this was the news. I had to let it sink in. And frankly, I wanted to be absolutely sure before I said anything. I mean, they could still change their minds, right? Well, last week my book started showing up in stores in New York City, and I couldn’t be happier. I found out when a fan sent me this lovely photo.
Thank you, thank you, thank you, from the bottom of my heart to Georgia McBride the Month9Books sales team for pitching my book to the biggest bookseller in the USA! AAAAAAAAA! I still can’t believe it! I’m so stinking excited I can’t stand it. If you find Fire in the Woods in a store, please send me pictures. I can’t wait to see one in person!
BookCon. If you haven’t heard of it, take a moment to try and fathom 10,000 people converging on one convention center for two days with the sole purpose of meeting authors, listening to authors speak, and taking in panels on all things related to books.
It’s book mania!
If anyone told me a year ago that I would be signing books at an event this big, I would have laughed uncontrollably. Especially since this time last year I was still querying Fire in the Woods.
Omigosh, I really was still querying! I’m shaking my head. What an insane year this has been!
So, yes, believe it or not, little old me will be there with some of the biggest authors in the world, signing books and meeting fans. (And maybe fangirling a little myself)
Part of me still can’t believe it. It will probably sink in when I get there, complete with a panic attack. Don’t worry, Hubbs is coming with me to give me oxygen.
Soooo, if any of you are coming to New York this weekend, I’d love it if you could stop and say hi! I will be signing FIRE IN THE WOODS at 1:00-1:45 at booth 2579 (The Month9Books booth)
Omigosh! I have so much going on I totally forgot to post today!
I’m finishing up second round edits on ASHES IN THE SKY, and writing up a formal outline for book four of FIRE IN THE WOODS to submit to Month9Books.
I should know by June 30th whether or not my publisher wants to pick up a fourth book in the series (She chews her nails)
Some big things are coming up.
Saturday, May 23 at 2:00 at Doylestown Books in Doylestown, PA I am going to be part of a huge YA Fantasy book signing event!
This is going to be the first big event I have had the opportunity to be a part of as a Month9Books author. Doylestown Books is quite a hot spot for authors. They’ve hosted some pretty big names so I’m thrilled to be a part of this event.
And next weekend is something so huge I still can’t quite get my mind around it. I’ll fill you in on that one in a few days.
Hope everyone is having a wonderful and productive writing week!
Wahoo! It’s time to celebrate! Book two of FIRE IN THE WOODS is charging towards the finish line. It’s so exciting when your baby starts taking form and coming to life.
And the first thing that makes it start feeling “real” is when the cover pops up in your email.
Oh! The tingly feels!
Without further ado, please welcome the second gorgeous FIRE IN THE WOODS cover.
Isn’t it stupendous!
From the beginning I asked for a cover that could be “branded” and here we are! There is no denying this is a FIRE IN THE WOODS cover, and I couldn’t be happier.
And (shhhh… don’t tell anyone) but I even wrote a scene to bring the cover to life. It was perfect!
I have to be honest in saying I NEVER expected there to be a second book in the series, but I am so excited there is because I realized that if I really push myself, I can come up with an exciting plotline even when I thought the original story was over. (If that makes any sense)
ASHES IN THE SKY releases wherever books are sold September 1, 2015.
Can I hear an “Oh Yeah!” ?????