Message from Jennifer Dawson
Thank you so much for having me on the blog today and helping me share the exciting news about my new hot, contemporary series, Love & Other Disasters.
Awhile ago I wrote a novella called The Walk of Shame for a limited Anthology I was involved with, and the story sparked a whole new series idea and how your readers could have the chance to inspire the books by sharing with me their worst dating horror stories.
So, here’s the scoop… Starting in January 2017, The Walk of Shame will be rereleased as the first novella in a 12 book series, each inspired by a dating disaster that will lead to a happily ever after.
Now, of course, I can only choose 11 stories to inspire the books, but I want everyone to participate and have fun with this so if you submit your dating disaster you will automatically entered to win a $100.00 gift card to your choice of Amazon or Paypal.
And if your story is selected, you’ll get the Love & Other Disasters inspiration package that includes:
- Acknowledgment in the front of the book.
- All 12 books in the Love & Other Disasters Series will be gifted to you.
- The option of having your original submission submitted in the back of the novella your story inspired.
You’ll find all the details and contest rules in the submission form, but I hope you think this sounds as fun as I do. I can’t wait to see what you guys come up with!!
Thanks for having me!
Link to contest form: Love & Other Disasters
About Jennifer Dawson
Jennifer Dawson grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and graduated from DePaul University with a degree in psychology. She met her husband at the public library while they were studying. To this day she still maintains she was NOT checking him out. Now, over twenty years later, they’re married and living in a suburb right outside of Chicago with two awesome kids and a crazy dog. Despite going through a light FM, poem writing phase in high school, Jennifer never grew up wanting to be a writer (she had more practical aspirations of being an international super spy). Then one day, suffering from boredom and disgruntled with a book she’d been reading, she decided to put pen to paper. The rest, as they say, is history.