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Opinion by fletcherrhoden posted over a year ago
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Popular YA author Jenni Frendswith talks about the roll-out of her books in paperback, including the much-anticipated THIS YOUNG JESUS Vol. I. She talks about the future of the series, other projects, paperback vs. ebooks and life at new house Blujesto Press.

Q: Jenni, your books seem to be coming out all over the place! I liked your recent interview for your poetry book, HAIKU FOR YOU. Is that not coming out in paperback?
A: Well, I do still have a few books that are Kindle exclusives at the moment. I suppose it’ll be up to Blujesto Press if they see paperback or not. They already spend so much time and energy on me and my books, I feel badly that I’m dominating their attention. But they seem to be pretty attentive to their other writers.
Q: They just put out the third novella in your series THIS YOUNG JESUS. PANTHEON saw a supernatural battle between Jesus, Joseph and Annabelle and the Roman Gods themselves.
A: Yeah, it was a great third book, a great way to wrap up the first “season” of that series. I really like THIS YOUNG JESUS, which, for those who don’t know, follows the teenaged Jesus as he travels through ancient Britain...
Article by fletcherrhoden posted over a year ago
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available now in paperback, coming in October to Kindle
by Edward Fairfax:

After interviewing STONECRAFT author Jenni Frendswith, I got a call from STONECRAFT editor and GASPING IN THE SHADOWS author Lucretia Mars and was lucky enough to get an interview. Both books by Frendswith and Mars, and my own book VIEWS OF A PROGRESSIVE CHRISTIAN, share the web-hosting hospitality of author Fletcher Rhoden (SANTA & ME, FIFTY SHADES OF TRAILER PARK BOYS: TPB in the Great Comedic Traditions). These books are all available on Amazon.com or at a discount at fletcherrhoden.com/links.

Q: Thank you for speaking to me, Lucretia. You don’t usually do interviews, and you never distribute photographs in your media materials. Why is that?
A: Well, Edward, I’m letting you interview me because I know your book and I admire your ethics. A lot of journalists, in print and online, don’t share that. I feel like I’m constantly being accused of threatening women, hating women, all these women’s issues.
Q: I may have to ask similar questions.
Review by fletcherrhoden posted over a year ago
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by Fletcher Rhoden:

Although this kinky erotica novel takes its cue from the Fifty Shades trilogy, it quickly exceeds expectations and outclasses its higher-selling competitors.

Kaylee St. Claire's life in Los Angeles is satisfying enough, with a dependable if unexciting lover, a good job managing a downtown eatery, a few good friends. But when the twenty-something Kaylee hears a shock-jock radio interview about erotic asphyxiation, she is perplexed and intrigued.

Kaylee embarks on a series of experiments which lead her to a burly L.A.P.D detective investigating the asphyxial murder of the very same interview guest she'd heard on the radio previously.

The detective, Tige Anders, introduces Kaylee to the world of erotic asphyxia even as they look for the killer, who could be closer to Kaylee than she realizes.

Without spoiling what happens, events seem to be resolved at the end of the book's first part. The second part follows Kaylee to her hometown in Oregon, where tragic events continue to swirl around her and, now, her kid sister, a student at the U of O. Tige arrives from Los Angeles to help Kaylee, but he may...