Summer Reading Contest 2018- Two months to go!

The Books and Questions: (Keep your eyes open, these books are occasionally free, discounted, or up for giveaway!)       In The Key of F, name three powers Fale reawakens. https://www.amazon.com/Key-Freedom-Fight-Trilogy-Book-ebook/dp/B079P7DMQ4/       In Lucifer: Soldiers, Serpents, and Sin, what's the name of the place where the Oralians are born? https://www.amazon.com/Lucifer-Soldiers-Serpents-Lightning-Thunder-ebook/dp/B01BX862UO/     … Continue reading Summer Reading Contest 2018- Two months to go!

Summer Reading Contest 2018

https://www.amazon.com/Key-Freedom-Fight-Trilogy-Book-ebook/dp/B079P7DMQ4/ https://www.amazon.com/Lucifer-Soldiers-Serpents-Lightning-Thunder-ebook/dp/B01BX862UO/ https://www.amazon.com/Daddys-Baby-Landis-Lain-ebook/dp/B01IS68LQC/ Email HASKIN.AUTHOR@GMAIL.COM with the answers to the following questions from the selected books. Each correct answer equals one entry into the drawing. Tell us if you have left an Amazon review, as each review will equal another entry into our drawing for a $50 Amazon gift card, author swag, samples of upcoming … Continue reading Summer Reading Contest 2018

Agent Questions Volume Fourteen- When to Get an Agent

When do you start the process of getting an agent? What should my expectations be?   In my opinion, when the book is fully written, then you begin edits and research for an agent. There are different ways to do this. One, you can look up http://www.manuscriptwishlist.com, http://www.mswishlist.com, http://www.querytracker.net, etc. Search Google. You will be … Continue reading Agent Questions Volume Fourteen- When to Get an Agent

Agent Questions Volume Twelve-30 YA Tropes

Question: I write YA. How do I know what to steer away from? Answer: The following YA tropes The Brooding loner that no girl can resist OR perfectly handsome Protagonist full of angst Rebellious princesses- or clumsy princesses with weapons skills that beat the evil master.  Inauthentic dialogue- overdoing slang, dumbing-down, including trends, preaching moral … Continue reading Agent Questions Volume Twelve-30 YA Tropes

Apology~ish

Hi all! Please excuse my lack of post last week. I will have another volume of Agent Questions very soon. I do ask that you send in more questions! I feel like I have over-run several subjects, but there are so many to choose from, I like to have choices that are relevant to you! … Continue reading Apology~ish

Agent Questions Volume Eight- The Secret to Getting Published

What’s the number one thing I can do to get published? What’s your best piece of advice?   Authors ask these two questions the most. Interestingly enough, they have the same long answer. But in short: Strength. Have you heard the words “strong” manuscript yet? If you’re a writer, you will. Why? That’s what agents … Continue reading Agent Questions Volume Eight- The Secret to Getting Published

Agent Questions Volume One- #MSWL, Queries, Fulls, What NOT to DO, and More

#MSWL- How Does it Work? The link is to a Twitter grouping. Agents and Editors list what they desire to see in their inbox (their ManuScript Wish List), and mark it with #MSWL. These tweets show authors what an agent is looking for, sometimes on a daily basis. Some agents change their list by the … Continue reading Agent Questions Volume One- #MSWL, Queries, Fulls, What NOT to DO, and More

Beware the Bones

Daniel will give a digital copy of Beware the Bones to one randomly drawn commenter. Title: Beware the Bones Author: Daniel Lance Wright ISBN: Ebook: 978-1-62420-342-8 POD: 978-1977864017 Genre: Paranormal Romance Excerpt Heat Level: 1 Book Heat Level: 3 Buy at: Amazon, Barnes and Noble TAGLINE Lowell Strudemeyer had a death wish. Then, he runs head-on into … Continue reading Beware the Bones

Review of: The Key of F – from Bookshine and Readbows

THE KEY OF F – JENNIFER HASKIN Posted on 18 Nov 2017 by Steph Warren - Bookshine in Apocalyptic / Dystopian, Fantasy, Romance, Series, Young Adult *I received a free ARC of this book.  The decision to review and my opinions are my own.* Blurb:  Though Fale has never discovered who murdered her parents and left her orphaned as a child, she attempts to lead … Continue reading Review of: The Key of F – from Bookshine and Readbows

Writer’s Digest Spotlight

http://www.writersdigest.com/editor-blogs/guide-to-literary-agents/new-agent-alert-jennifer-haskin-corvisiero-literary-agency New Agent Alert: Jennifer Haskin of Corvisiero Literary Agency By: Cris Freese | July 24, 2017 1 Reminder: This agent spotlight features Jennifer Haskin of Corvisiero Literary Agency. Remember, newer agents are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is likely building his or her client list.  About Jennifer: Jennifer Haskin is an agent, author, and portrait artist … Continue reading Writer’s Digest Spotlight

An interview of me with Geeks WorldWide…

LEARNING THE KEY OF F – AN INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR JENNIFER HASKIN ENTERTAINMENT, INTERVIEWS | OCTOBER 9, 2017 |  0 | BY JAYSANDLINWRITER Jennifer Haskin is a portrait artist who lives in Olathe, Kansas and does contract childcare work. She is a member of Saavy Authors, Missouri and Nebraska Writing Guilds. She won the Young Author’s award two years in a row, … Continue reading An interview of me with Geeks WorldWide…

On the Prowl– hunting for my intern

Opening for Literary Agent Intern Company Information Metamorphosis Literary Agency http://www.MetamorphosisLiteraryAgency.com Interning for Jennifer Haskin JennHaskin.agent@gmail.com Twitter @Haskinauthor http://www.JenniferHaskin.com How to Apply Sign agreement (it will be emailed to you) Email resume/or history in publishing experience Why do you want to be an intern? What are the last 10 books you read?  Contemporary- no classics … Continue reading On the Prowl– hunting for my intern

Unmasked

  Title: Unmasked Author: Maggie Mundy ISBN EBOOK: 978-1-62420-323-7 ISBN POD: 978-1547054831   Genre: Paranormal Romance Excerpt Heat Level: 1 Book Heat Level: 4     TAGLINE   Corrupted magic is hard to fight when you’re the only one who believes something is wrong. Daria faces a battle to save her world.     BLURB … Continue reading Unmasked

NY Times Best Seller’s List to Focus on their Core Books

What was the point of the NY Times cutting 10 categories from its Best Seller’s list? Would it possibly make sales more difficult for smaller publishers and new authors? It began February 5th, 2017 when the New York Times cut the following category/ genre lists: Manga, paperback and hardcover graphic novels, Children’s middle grade paperbacks … Continue reading NY Times Best Seller’s List to Focus on their Core Books

Testimonials for The Key of F

The world you've created is quite fascinating. Robotic parts, sector differentiation, wrist band scanners- it's all something the modern reader can picture easily and relate. You've almost created an alternate -reality of our own world, which is utterly fascinating to experience. --Morgan Stemberger (professional editor) Overall, this was just a really great read! I enjoyed … Continue reading Testimonials for The Key of F