Noah’s New Room: Out Now! #kidlit #picturebooks

Brought to you from the ‘other me’ …

Noah’s New Room, the second release by children’s author Jenna Lyn Field is available now in both print and Kindle!


Noah isn’t happy when the time arrives for him to have his own space. Luckily, Noah’s mummy knows just what to do. Noah’s New Room is a great way to help with this transition in any child’s life.

This beautifully illustrated, full-colour book is a great addition to any child’s library.

Grab your copy today:

Amazon US | Amazon UK

What’s more: Buy a copy in paperback and get the Kindle edition for FREE!

You can also add Noah’s New Room to your Goodreads.

Other titles by Jenna Lyn Field:

The Rabbit With Terrible Habits

Coming Soon from Jenna Lyn Field:

Colour Me Funky – Alphabet: Graffiti

About the author:

Author of children’s picture books, Jenna Lyn Field is the pen name of adult author J.A. Belfield. She lives in Solihull, England, with the best husband in the world, aka Mr B, a couple of back-chatting but pretty cool kids, a pooch she treats likes the baby of the house, and a scrawny cat that drives her insane.

Jenna also writes adult fiction under the name J.A. Belfield.

Find her here:

Amazon | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads

Weekly Check-in*

Howdy, and welcome to my weekly check-in where I post what I’ve been up to this past week. I’m actually not only a day late for posting this week, but I also didn’t post last week at all. I know, I know, I fail. Sorry.

Okay, so, did I meet my writing target?

I’m almost at my writing goal for this week, and I plan to write this weekend, so I’m confident. This week, however, is the first in a few that I *have* been able to get anywhere near. Because a few weeks ago, I’d pretty much stalled out in the story when I realised I needed some research doing before moving on, and after sending some research Qs off to a good source, it took a few weeks for them to be returned due to the nature of the questions. This means that last week, I scarcely wrote a thing, and the week before that, my writing was dwindling because I knew I was running out of story before the research would be needed. I finally got the research feedback I needed on Tuesday evening, so after cleaning up the bits I got wrong on Wednesday, on Thursday, I was finally back in business. \o/

By the way, my time wasn’t entirely wasted whilst waiting on research. I pottered about in my website and changed the design. You can check it out HERE. If ya want. *shrug*

As always, if you want to find out exactly what I’m writing, be sure to add Cornered to your Goodreads tbr.

And my Jenna Lyn Field target?

Most of my JLF time has been spent proofing a copy of Noah’s New Room, as well as proofing a copy of a new title I’ll be announcing soon. With both of those good to go, I’ve also been organising a release day for Noah’s New Room, which happens to be this coming Tuesday (\o/), organising an announcement + publishing date for my other JLF project, and on top of those, I’ve been working on designs my JLF next release.

On the editing front?

I’m in line edit land. And after a rocky start pages-a-day count-wise, due to Aimee visiting and appointments I had to keep, I’m happy to say I am totally caught up and on track. In case you’re wondering, my current edit is a dark contemporary romance with guns and heat and sexiness … it’s pretty awesome.

Okay, so, what else happened this week?

Actually, not a lot. Mr B bought me a new desk lamp to help me see better when doing my artwork (muchero interesting stuff–ha!–and I’ve been making lots of mental plans (mental as in, in my head, not mental as in insane) for my writing schedule, what needs working on once I have Cornered complete, and what needs working on after that, and after that, and after that …. Yeah, I have way to many WIPs and ideas awaiting some focus. I half wish I wrote a whole lot faster because of how many there are. Anyhoo …

I think that’s everything for this week.

What’s everyone else been up to? Meet you goals? Tried something new? Spill in the comments.

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Check out the cover for Danielle E. Shipley’s The Sky-Child and Other Stories

Today is the cover reveal for The Sky Child and Other Stories by Danielle E. Shipley. This cover reveal is organized by Lola’s Blog Tours.

Sky-Child CoverThe Sky-Child and Other Stories (The Wilderhark Tales #6.5)
By Danielle E. Shipley
Genre: Fairytale Fantasy
Age category: Young Adult
Release Date: July 7, 2015

Born into a world his heart knows as beneath him, an extraordinary boy becomes a man of music, hopeful that someday he’ll find a way higher.

As the first day dawns, a world comes awake, order and disorder striking a dangerous balance.

Under the stars, a princess and tailor trade age-old lore, little dreaming of the future that could trap them in the past.

All of it in, around, and far above the timeless trees of Wilderhark, the forest whose secrets reveal themselves slowly, if ever at all.

Tales of beginnings. Tales of quests for belonging. Most of all, tales of true love.

Once upon a time, you knew something of Wilderhark’s tales. Now for the stories that fall in between.

The Sky-Child and Other Stories
A Wilderhark Tales Collection

You can find The Sky-Child and Other Stories on Goodreads

About the Author:
Danielle E. Shipley’s first novelettes told the everyday misadventures of wacky kids like herself. …Or so she thought. Unbeknownst to them all, half of her characters were actually closeted elves, dwarves, fairies, or some combination thereof. When it all came to light, Danielle did the sensible thing: Packed up and moved to Fantasy Land, where daily rent is the low, low price of her heart, soul, blood, sweat, tears, firstborn child, sanity, and words; lots of them. She’s also been known to spend short bursts of time in the real-life Chicago area with the parents who home schooled her and the two little sisters who keep her humble. When she’s not living the highs and lows of writing, publishing, and all that authorial jazz, she’s probably blogging about it.

Writing credits include: “Inspired” (a novel); short stories in paranormal, fantasy, and Steampunk anthologies via Xchyler Publishing; and, of course, her series of fairytale retelling mash-ups, “The Wilderhark Tales”.

You can find and contact Danielle here:

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Merry May Blog Hop: Come #win #prizes, people!

Hi guys, and welcome to my stop for the Merry May Blog Hop. Prizes for my stop can be viewed down below, and you can find the other stops by clicking the hop button to head over to the host’s blog, where you will find the list of participants toward the bottom of the page. Be sure to check them all out, as there’re sure to be some great prizes.

Alrighty, then, so what about the prizes here?

Well, up for grabs, I have a $5 Amazon Gift Card to one lucky winner


An ecopy of Darkness & Light (by my good self) to a second lucky winner–if you love werewolves, you should love this one

Darkness & Light

And an ecopy of Instinct, my novella, to a third lucky winner

Instinct 2015 cover

To be in with a chance to win, just comment with your answer to the following question: If you were a werewolf, which era would you most like to live in?

Oh! And if you’d be so kind as to click the ‘tweet’ or ‘share’ button at the bottom of the post, that would be a massive (appreciated) help, too. Cheers.

The hop runs from May 11th 2015 until midnight of May 15th 2015. | Winner will be chosen shortly after that date using | Winner will be contacted via email to alert them of their prize, so please ensure you fill in your email address correctly when completing the comment form | Winner will have 72 hours from time of winning email being sent to accept their prize, after which a new winner will be chosen | Prize(s) is/are as stated–no alternatives will be considered | No purchase is necessary to enter this giveaway | For full T&C of any of my giveaways, please visit the Giveaway T&C page in the tabs above.

Thanks for stopping by. Good luck.

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