Author Archive: Jennifer Griffith

Are You Ready for Some Chocolate?

My long running book–filled with recipes and deliciousness of Jane Austen-esque romance–has a new cover. Voila! Chocolate and Conversation! And it’s only 99-cents right now to celebrate its happy new book cover. (Cover art by Dillon McGaughey, CMI, 2017.) In case you haven’t heard about this book (it’s been out since 2007, but I’ve actually […]

Cover Reveal: BIG IN JAPAN

BIG IN JAPAN just got a big makeover! I do love a good makeover, and I’m thrilled with the way this turned out. Kudos to John Wincek at Aerocraft for his beautiful design. And great news, BIG IN JAPAN went live this morning with its new cover in the Kindle store, and for the first […]

Under the Mistletoe in Paperback!

I just got word last night, UNDER THE MISTLETOE, an anthology of short stories my First and Last Date story is part of, will be available in PAPERBACK on Amazon starting this weekend. The other authors are Annette Lyon, Sarah Eden, Julie Coulter Bellon, Heather B. Moore, and Cindy Roland Anderson. How lucky am I […]

Branding Rant: YOU Are Your Brand

There’s been a lot of talk about “branding.” Branding. We all know that certain companies offer a certain type of product. For instance, in the fast food world we can expect one known quantity from, say, McDonald’s, which would be different from something we’d buy from Subway most of the time. Sometimes we want a […]

‘Tis the Season

After a completely wild ride in which I believe I gained what we shall call “experience” over the last nine months, I’m back in the writing mode again. It was a season for really focusing on the needs of my family–which were many and varied and…yeah, intense. But, it’s winding down, and I’m ready for […]

Win Free Books–Just for READING

Did you see the subject line for this post? Well, if that isn’t a dream come true, I don’t know what is. It’s the annual event of events: The Summer Reading Trek. If you are looking for the perfect excuse to spend the entire month of July reading (and maybe you don’t even need an […]

Workshop Excitement

I’m so excited about this. My friend CJ Anaya and I are heading to the hot, hot desert (okay, we already live in one, but this one is even hotter) for a workshop in Phoenix to learn from one of the greats–Dave Wolverton, the mind behind mystorydoctor.com. I’ve read his books, watched his vlogs, taken […]

Legally in Love Series Writing Process Revealed

I have always thought it was odd when people have asked me about my writing process. I guess in my head the answer is along the lines of, “Well, I sit down in a comfy spot with my laptop, minimize distractions, and then type whatever comes into my head, which is (I always hope) a […]

My (Not So) Secret Love Affair

I am in love. SO in love. Yes, with my husband (who is the very best man I could imagine and the prototype for pretty much every hero I’ve ever written into a book), but also with another. This other love is dangerous, and comforting, and helps me sleep better at night. I’m telling you, […]

ASU Visit

Last week I had an amazing opportunity! An English Lit class taught at Arizona State University had read Big in Japan as part of their curriculum, and the professor, Lynette Austin, invited me to come and give a little writing workshop and talk to the students. HOW AMAZING! Honestly, as a writer of Cotton Candy […]