Why I do it. I've been participating in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) since 2011. There have been a few gaps, particularly the last two years while Geeklet went from being what my husband I affectionately dubbed the larvae stage to something a little more self supporting. Each time I came to NaNoWriMo with a… Continue reading NaNoWriMo: Why do I it. How I prepare. How I stay sane.
The Kindle edition of Death's Dancer is now just 99¢ on Amazon.com as part of the reader's favorites summer sale. From romance to thrillers, YA to chick-lit, sci-fi and fantasy, the sale has something for everyone. Here are a few that I enjoyed recently: Coming soon:… Continue reading 99¢ Kindle Press Readers Favorites Sale On Now
I'm super excited to announce that a story set in the world of Death's Dancer is appearing in Summer Solstice, the Kindle Press author anthology. Summer Solstice is the third collection in a series of seasonally themed anthologies featuring short stories from 25 Kindle Press novels. I contributed "Best Served Cold," a mini-adventure featuring fan Azrael's Left-Hand… Continue reading Free Reading: A Death’s Dancer Story
In other news, it's entirely untrue that when you recieve 50 Amazon reviews you get a unicorn. (I check the mailbox every day and I do have Prime) I did get to meet this little sweetie at a friend's birthday party, which was awesome: A post shared by Jasmine Silvera (@jassilvera) on Apr 30, 2017 at 9:45am PDT… Continue reading Review Milestones and Ways to Show Book Love
I had the pleasure of speaking with Sarah for the GSMC Book Review Podcast. We dug into what inspired Death's Dancer, breaking genre boundaries, Kindle Scout, and even children's book illustrators (a subject I'm learning quite a bit about, sharing a roof with a preschooler). Click the link for the complete interview at the GSMC site or… Continue reading Podcast Interview: GSMC Book Review