#FeaturedFriday Review -Jennifer Priester

As a part of our effort to showcase new authors on our website, we are using the FREE publicity section to publish one featured review from an author every Friday to help authors find new readers, and readers new books.

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This week, we are featuring author Jennifer Priester from the Childrens Books genre

Biography:

Jennifer Priester is an author, artist, and photographer with selective mutism, and social phobia. She is also the owner of A&M Moonlight Creations, a publishing company that publishes teacher and parent approved books for children through YA readers. She loves animals and currently has a Toy Poodle named Merveille, and a mini-Rex rabbit named Kojikaki. She has adopted most of her pets from rescue centers. She is a former horseback rider and bowler with many hobbies, some of which include; reading, listening to music, watching TV & movies, playing video games, building jigsaw puzzles, coloring, and puzzle & activity books. The Mortal Realm Witch Series is her first published work; however she is always writing and has many works in progress she hopes to publish someday.

Tales of Familiars

The full review is available on this link:

I won this book as part of the first reads program. It was not what I expected, but it was still rather enjoyable. It was definitely written for a low to middle grade reader, and the structure helped emphasize that point. To me, it read as fairly disjointed, but I’m also rather certain that that was a purposeful stylistic choice. I enjoyed the overall content, and would be willing to say that it would help teach some morality lessons to younger children, which makes it an even better choice. The only reason I wouldn’t give it five stars is due to the writing style, but otherwise it was a fun, quick read.

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Featured Author:Jennifer Priester for IBP’s Book Trailer Release Party

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International Book Promotion is launching the cinematic book trailer for Author Joseph Pierre’s book, “Life Experience of A Black Man by Joseph Pierre” on Facebook and Google +

We will host a series of fun-filled activities and guest authors will also be participating in this event. Invite your friends who to this event and stand a chance to win exciting prices!

The first author we’d like to feature is Jennifer Priester.

Jennifer Priester is an author and an artist. She loves animals and has adopted most of hers from rescue centers. She also enjoys taking her dog for bike rides, horseback riding, reading, listening to music, watching TV and movies, and playing video game.

Jennifer has written over 200 stories in the areas of animals, the relationships between humans and animals, magic, superheroes and more. Her first published works include the first three books in her uniquely written Mortal Realm Witch Series which focuses on a witch whose biggest dream is to end prejudice between witches and mortals. None of the books in the first half of her series need to be read in order, however there is an ongoing storyline. If you want to read how the characters develop over time, Jennifer recommends that readers begin with Book One, but if you want to jump right into the action, begin with Book Three, then read Books One and Two later as back stories.

Besides the second half of her series, Jennifer has many other works in progress. You can find the full list on her website, www.jenniferpriester.com and learn more about the Mortal Realm Witch Series atwww.mortalrealmwitch.com.

Amazon site: http://www.amazon.com/Jennifer-Priester/e/B00AOFPVLO/

Message to Joseph Pierre: Thanks for allowing me to join you. As someone that loves good hearted witches, and even writes about them, I have been judged plenty. Not long ago I felt I had a choice to make when I was told I had to hate witches due to my religion, however I simply couldn’t  hate anyone with a good heart. It was these same witches that taught me to get to know people before judging them. That fact, and my experience, led me to discover my view in life. Everyone and everything is individual. I’m not going to judge anyone by what they are or what abilities they might have, but by who they are. Whether human, animal, or even a fictional character, everyone should be judged by their hearts. To me this is really the most important thing.

Please join us in this event to win great books and to get to know great authors! 🙂