Our new StoryNerds episode with rom com author Bethany Turner is live!
Tune in and nerd out!
Get ready to tune in and nerd out: the second episode of the StoryNerds podcast is here!
My fellow StoryNerd Hannah Davis and I are talking about ‘Home in Pop Culture’, in reference to our respective homes of Australia and Minnesota.
I managed to talk about Pitch Perfect, Thor, Crocodile Dundee and the Crocodile Hunter all in one conversation!
At StoryNerds, my writing buddy Hannah Davis and I nerd out over the best books, movies and TV.
During the test phase of StoryNerds we released a series of short videos on our favourite fictional heroes and heroines, and now that we’re officially starting our new format, the first podcast episode is on Favorite Romance Novels.
The podcast is live now at Podomatic, and our iTunes/Spotify/Stitcher listings should be coming through soon.
So come, nerd out and share your hilarious GIFs with us over at StoryNerds!
Denise Hunter has been a favorite author of mine for years and ‘Sweetbriar Cottage’ was a particularly gripping romance.
The story centers around Josie and Noah, a young divorced couple who realise there’s been a mistake in their paperwork and they’re still married.
When Josie brings Noah the new divorce papers, the pair are trapped in a snowstorm at his cottage and the close quarters force them to examine their relationship.
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Check out my some of my favourite novels with love/hate storylines on my YouTube playlist, Jess and Johnnie Write.
The playlist is a back-and-forth conversation between me and author Johnnie Alexander.
Check out my channel, the Girls Who Write Vlog, for more videos from other aspiring and published authors!
Check our my first YouTube book review on Kara Isaac’s Christian romance, Then There Was You.
Plus, you’ll hear how progress on my current project Stuck With You is going, and check out my back-and-forth videos with multi-published author Johnnie Alexander!
I’ve launched a new YouTube channel called ‘Girls Who Write’.
It’s a vlog that allows writing women to share the stories they’re most passionate about, and their honest writing journeys.
Video #1 is up already, featuring me! 🙂