Jennie Jones

MEET MY MUSE: Jennie Jones

May 11, 2015 // 4 Comments

  Meet My Muse with Jennie Jones   My muse has been all over the shop floor these last five months, but thankfully, that mayhem is starting to feel normal. In the last 4.5 months, I’ve written 60,000 words on a small-town Aussie rural for an anthology with two other fabulous Aussie [...]

AusRom Today Top Twenty Reads for Mum (part two)

May 8, 2015 // 0 Comments

  Here it is! Part two of our Mother’s Day gift guide! Deep – Kylie Scott (Pan McMillan) The Turnaround Treasure Shop – Jennie Jones (Escape Publishing) All That Sparkles – Claire Boston (Momentum) McKellan’s Run – Nicole Hurley-Moore (Allen & Unwin) [...]

AUSSIE MONTH: Jennie Jones

January 19, 2015 // 1 Comment

  AUSSIE MONTH with Jennie Jones   Describe yourself in one word: Ready.   What is your background with regard to writing? Acting professionally – then not acting and wondering how I’d survive, artistically. Cue writing stage left.   Tell us about The House at the Bottom of [...]

CHRISTMAS EXTRAVAGANZA: Jennie Jones

December 19, 2014 // 0 Comments

  Mistletoe Madness with Jennie Jones   What are your plans for Christmas 2014? Who knows? We might have company, we might join others. No doubt I’ll discover the nitty-gritties on Christmas Eve – arg! What time does the supermarket close?   Tell us about a usual Christmas in your [...]

AUSTRALIA DAY 2014: Celebrating #OzRomance (Day 2)

January 21, 2014 // 1 Comment

Day 2 of #OzRomance showcase is here, and today I’ve got another five of my fave Aussie romance books to share with you: Beyond Innocence Joanna Lloyd Electra Shipley lies in a mite-infested bunk, weak from lack of food and seasickness. Imprisoned and sentenced to seven years’ [...]

SPOTLIGHT ON… Aussie Rural Novelist: Jennie Jones

June 27, 2013 // 5 Comments

JENNIE JONES: 1.         Describe yourself in one word: Artistic (with every idiosyncratic and wonderful thing that characteristic encompasses – be it introvert or extrovert – and it can be both). 2.         The best thing about being a wordsmith: I found more staying [...]