Come Ask Jennifer Eifrig Some Questions

 

Introducing Jennifer Eifrig!

 

This is what Jennifer Eifrig’s bio says on her website:

  
Jennifer Eifrig is a graduate of Bates College and Wesleyan University. She became an independent consultant to non-profits after she was laid off in 2008, and when that job wasn’t precarious enough, she went crazy and began a literary career. A hardcore English major, Jen loves contemporary fantasy, especially urban and steampunk and novels with strong cinematographic sense. In addition to Discovering Ren and the sequels, Jen writes a free urban fantasy novel via Twitter. A lifelong Lutheran, Jennifer lives in Middletown, CT with her family.

 

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Jennifer’s books on Amazon

Jennifer on Facebook

Jennifer on Goodreads

Jennifer Eifrig’s Website/Blog

 Jennifer on Shelfari

 

    Jennifers Interview will go live On May 20th so do your research and come ask her some questions!

 
 
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Author, Blogger, and illustrator with PDMI Publishing Llc. V.L. Jennings' Blog (Speculating Among The Stars) can be found here: www.virginialorijennings.com I am the author of two science fiction books called "The Alien Mind" and "Visionary from the Stars". I love to write and I have been doing so since the sixth grade. I was born in April 1987 in the state of New Hampshire; I was Home Schooled from seventh grade and graduated at 16 with a GED. I now live with my husband and three children in Dillon, South Carolina. You can find me on Google+, Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Shelfari, Linkedin, and Pinterest. I love connecting with people! I am readily to answer questions and offer advice and support to new writers.

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9 comments on “Come Ask Jennifer Eifrig Some Questions
  1. […] and vistors were encouraged to ask Jennifer some of their own questions! Here is a link to that Spotlight! Feel free to ask more questions, and we might just be able to get Jennifer back for a follow up […]

  2. Anonymous says:

    What authors/illustrators (artists) have inspired your work? If you had to compare your work (whether plot or genre) to another author’s work, who (or what) would you compare it to and why?

  3. Edward Forrest Frank says:

    4) You say you are full of surprises. I am wondering if you were punctured, would surprises come tumbling out like candy in a pinata?

    5) What question did you want to be ask, but nobody posed? And what is your answer to that question?

  4. Hey, Jennifer! Your bio states you go in for a good cinematographically (quite a mouthful!) based novel! Me, too! So, let’s forget about books for a second. What movies and/or directors have influenced your work?

  5. Jo Linsdell says:

    Always nice to find another Twitter fan. I’d love to know more about your tweet a book idea. Also what other ways are you using Twitter?

  6. Jenny says:

    OK, I’m kind of embarrassed to admit it but I don’t have a clue what Steampunk is…explain please. What motivated you to this genre?

  7. An English major – what drew you to historical themes?
    I recently had a guest post related to research for Steampunk, what do you think is the best way to research the genre?
    Do you still consult or did you plunge in to writing without a life raft?

  8. 1) Tell me about the drawing that has been serving (at the time of this post) as your Facebook profile photo. Who drew it? Do you think it is a good caricature?

    2) The profile says you are writing a free urban fantasy novel via Twitter. Tell us about how that process works.

    3) Your bio notes that you like steampunk and recently attended a steampunk event. Do you anticipate ever writing a steampunk novel? and if so, what would be the most difficult aspect for you of writing in that genre?

  9. Jim Henry says:

    OK, I am not going to ask you how you got to go to a steampunk festival for the weekend for work, but I will ask you how cool is it to have a job that would send you to a steampunk festival for the weekend?

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