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...
“Stonecraft” author Jenni Frendswith’s canon is now being released for Amazon’s Kindle readers. The ebook-only publisher, Blujesto, plans for Frendswith’s work to be their flagship catalog, but have also acquired the rights to this author’s books and others as well.
I spoke to Jenni late last year upon the paperback release of her adventure/romance “Stonecraft’”s paperback release, and I’m eager to hear about her new novella series, “This Young Jesus”.
Hi everyone. I hope you're all coming back from a really fabulous Thanksgiving weekend, full of quality family time, too much delicious food, and restful tryptophan comas.
Two weeks ago, while doing press for Breaking Dawn 2, there were a lot of questions I wasn't able to answer because I didn't want to spoil the ending for anyone. I promised in a couple of interviews that I would post the answer to a specific question on my website once everyone had had a chance to see the movie. Now, if there is anyone reading this who hasn't had a chance to...
I was lucky enough to be able to sit down with Jenni Frendswith, the author of the new novel Stonecraft, now available on Amazon.com. Her book is a part of a web-hosting program at the homesite of author Fletcher Rhoden (fletcherrhoden.com/links) where there is contact information and a discount code and link. In the interests of full disclosure, my own book Views of a Progressive Christian is also on the site.
Q: This is your first book, Jenni. What made you want to write, and why this story?
In the current issue of EW Magazine (August 17/24) with Edward and Bella on the cover, there is loads of news on Breaking Dawn – Part 2 including new images from the film. On page 37 of the issue, there is a Q&A with Stephenie Meyer. It also has a new picture of her for the article. There is one question that is about The Host, and I have typed it out below.
“You’re currently working on a film adaptation of another of your books, The Host. Has your experience with Twilight changed how you feel about turning your books into movies?
It was almost 10 years ago that Stephenie Meyer had a dream about a boy and a girl who fall in love.But this wasn't your normal,boy and girl meet and fall in love story,because the boy in the story was a vampire.She had a dream about them in a meadow and they were talking,and that was how the world of Twilight was created.At the encouragement of one of her sisters,she started writing the story of the boy and girl in the meadow,who became known as Edward Cullen and Isabella Swan and took it to some publishing companies.Little Brown books took an interest in the books and a phenomenon was...
i thought that my life was normal easy clear stable but life is change a lot .... when you got that change the fear control s every cell of your body the fear of the future you would never give the thought of it will be better a change for good i think !.....~
my mother and i never did agree On one thing in all my life she always think that i am the liability promising future since the day i came to this life i stop her planes for the future . we fight a lot i start to think to leave home live alone some were she was the second wife of chief swan but she...
about one month ago i responded to this girl saying that twilight sucks and jacobblackfan23 said to me how do you know that Rob hates twilight
well here's my proof
an interview with rob saying how he hates edward
don't hate me just cuzz i hate twilight
alot of ppl do.
please do read this and maybe your opinion well change but it's not my place to change it i am just posting this because jacobblackfan23 asked for proof so here it is jacobblackfan23
and alot of other people may want to see this as alot of you people may be very biased just because your so in...
When she first looked into her daughters dark chocolate eyes she felt love and happiness. The soft broze curls in her hair shot a feeling of hope in her body;that she was alive.She felt love for this little one.
A kind of love she had never felt before:of love and protection. The kind of love a mother feels.A love so passionate it hurt for her to feel.
The angel looking back at her was the most beutiful she had ever seen. No one had ever imagined such beuty.
The Hollywood Reporter released their first ever ’25 Most Powerful Authors’ and Stephenie Meyer was named among them. The following is a surprisingly lengthy interview they conducted with her on some very interesting topics.