#1!

Posted February 26, 2016 by Jennifer Ellision in blog, Threats of Sky and Sea / 0 Comments
#1!

Just had to come by and humble-brag about this high point in my author career! Threats of Sky and Sea had a promotion last week and reached the Amazon bestseller list in a few categories! I was even hanging out on a list with my childhood writing idol, Tamora Pierce. Best. Day. Ever. Jennifer EllisionJennifer […]

Riot of Storm and Smoke audiobook release and narrated audiobooks available

Posted February 10, 2016 by Jennifer Ellision in blog, Threats of Sky and Sea / 0 Comments
Riot of Storm and Smoke audiobook release and narrated audiobooks available

2016 is moving swiftly along and despite having been super sick twice already– once with a flu and currently with bronchitis– so many things are happening! Liiiiike, the fact that the Riot of Storm and Smoke audiobook is available now! Guys, I can’t even describe how much gushing I want to do over Grace Glass’s fantastic narration. […]

New

Posted January 4, 2016 by Jennifer Ellision in blog, Wrap-ups / 0 Comments
New

Ah, here it is. That post you’ve read on a thousand different blogs as we catapult off of 2015 to launch into the brand-spankin’ new 2016. I’m no different from the rest. For me, a new year is always imbued with a sense of hope. And New Year’s Resolutions are always a little bit… well, dangerous. […]

Rip Van Winkle-ing

Posted December 28, 2015 by Jennifer Ellision in Author business, blog, IRL / 1 Comment
Rip Van Winkle-ing

You guys. What year is it? What day? Just kidding, I know all of that, but with the activity around the past couple of weeks, I’ve barely used the internet. That’s because last week, I visited my best friend in Virginia. She and her fiance (who is also an friend from college), both graduated with […]

Baby Dogs. Or, Izzy Girl.

Posted December 14, 2015 by Jennifer Ellision in blog / 2 Comments
Baby Dogs. Or, Izzy Girl.

  This is Izzy. We have two dogs in my family, but (perhaps simply by virtue of being the smallest and youngest) Izzy is indisputably the baby. We carry her on our hips like a toddler. We cuddle up with her under blankets. And, yes, frequent baby talk ensues.  She was recently diagnosed with something called […]