Mark Your Calendars
4Word Press is releasing it's first title
by, Jennifer Silverwood
AVAILABLE Tuesday APRIL 29, 2014
release day only $.99
Rona believes love is nothing more than a myth, a tale for little girls. Until the immortal ruler of the seas appears from thin air and she is swept into a dark and dangerous affair; turning myth into a dark reality.
Ordained a savior of true love, Rona realizes that love is just an illusion as grandiose as magic and after two-thousand years she is ready to give up. Until the night she is seen by a human, deep in the underbelly of the city that never sleeps. She recognizes him instantly, a lost love. Trouble is, he has no memory of her.
Tasked with saving this man's relationship with another woman, Rona must to learn what it means to be human all over again when past and present come full circle.
Does love transcend time or will Rona be forced to roam the earth alone, forever?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Everyone has to begin somewhere. I began my journey to becoming an author long before I published anything. Storytelling was something I did every night before bed with my father. We would create such wonderful tales together, far better than anything in books. It sprung from our imaginations. My mother ingrained a love for the written world early on. Then my grandpa gave me his first type writer when I was in elementary school. You can guess the rest.
But it was many years later, after dabbling in all the arts, that I realized writing was my greatest passion. I grew up on the far outskirts of the Metroplex of Texas, a busy world of cities within cities. It’s easy to get lost in a place like this. Some might argue that Dallas is the “New York” of the south and I might agree. Rather than worry about being a little fish in a big pond, however, I made up my mind long ago to follow my dreams. The funny thing about dreams is they have a tendency to come to life in unexpected ways.
My best friends were my twin next door neighbors. (Inspiration for the three main ladies in Silver Hollow) We made up our own little book club, complete with readings and brainstorming sessions. I loved reading to them and they loved “the story,” as we dubbed whatever project we were working on. As we grew up and went on to different careers and schools, and I tried three different universities. Needless to say, college didn’t pan out well for me. So I did the next sensible thing and decided to write “for real.”
By day I am personal assistant and simple childcare worker at the local Learning Center for preschoolers. But by night, I moonlight as an independently published author of Young/New Adult and fantasy novels. My hope is that you enjoy my books and are encouraged to follow your dreams as well.