Friday, April 26, 2013
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Sunday, April 21, 2013
The South Jersey Writers Group, Rocks!!! We have such talented people within our ranks. Many of our members are published and you might already have their books, but in case you don't, allow me to introduce one of these talented writers to you today.
Jennifer M. Eaton is not only a member of the South Jersey Writers Group, but she is also one of the authors featured in Tall Tales and Short Stories from South Jersey. This short story anthology is our group's first attempt at self publishing. We've been quite successful and the book is selling like hot cakes. Plus we're preparing to publish a second anthology in 2014.
So join me now as I interview the amazing Jennifer M. Eaton.
I am also polishing my first Young Adult novel, “Fire in the Woods,” which I hope so be submitting to publishers by Spring of 2013.
I have also just started a Young Adult Urban Fantasy tentatively titled “The First Day of the New Tomorrow.” This is for an anthology, but if I go over on the maximum number of words, I think it will make a great stand-alone Novella.
I am also flirting with an idea for a dystopian sequel to my story “Last Winter Red”. This all on top of the ten Jack and Jill stories waiting to be written. Yep. I’m a busy gal.
Jennifer at the Meet the Authors Event held at the Monroe Township Public Library
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Yes indeed, its big news alright. Two of our members have a special connection with the Philadelphia Writers Conference.
James Knipp is the new Registrar and has designed a easy online method for registration for PWC's workshops, manuscript submissions and contest submissions. Believe me, he did a great job and even this tech challenged granny had no problem signing on.
blog and on the site below.
I submitted the story to the Courier Post. The story was accepted and you can read it on the link below. One other thing that people don't know about Shelley is that she designed the cover for Tall Tales and Short Stories from South Jersey. The cover is what draws the people to our table when we are doing a book signing.
Check out the story on the Courier Post's site below
Gilbert's Interview of James Knipp and Shelley Szajner.
Saturday, April 13, 2013
Friday, April 12, 2013
**On May 25th** Book signing at My Favorite Muffin, located on 683 Berlin Cross keys Road, Sicklerville, N.J. from 12 to 3 p.m.
Thursday, April 11, 2013
The Get Out Girl and Super G are at it again, but we need your help
and if you win, we’ll send you and autographed copy of Tall Tales and Short Stories from South Jersey.
We're on the ride of a lifetime and speeding past every bump in the rode and detour sign
Todays blog will be about two special people in our South Jersey Writers Group, James Knipp and Shelley Szajner. Not only are they both featured authors in Tall Tales and Short Stories from South Jersey, but Jim is now the Registrar for the Philadelphia Writers Conference and Shelley is the winner of a partial scholarship that allows her to attend the Philadelphia Writers Conference at half the cost. Three cheers for Shelley!!!
I'll start my interview with Jim.
Hi Jim. Everyone with the South Jersey Writers Group is very excited about your new position with the Philadelphia Writers Conference, but I bet our followers would like to know more about the job. Could you please give us a little info?
What was your first duty as the Registrar?
Who won the contest and how was the winner chosen?
Now dear readers, it's Shelley Szajners turn to shine.