Saturday, October 3, 2015

Welcome new blogger/FLASHFALL author Jenny Moyer

Welcome Jenny! We are so excited to have you as a part of our PubHub team.



Jenny studied writing at Seattle Pacific University, and has written and voiced national commercial spots. She co-owns Luminary Creative with her filmmaker husband, Jacob. They have lived all over the U.S., and currently call Des Moines home.

She keeps busy with her three boys—who are steadily growing taller than her--and her three pound dog (who stays small, and mostly just sits on her legs while she types.)

One of Jenny’s dreams came true the day Sarah Davies invited her to join her list of talented authors at Greenhouse Literary. Now when she sips lattes at coffee shops and daydreams, she can call it ‘work.’

Writing young adult fiction is her passion, and she can’t wait to share Orion and Dram and flash bats with the world through her debut novel, FLASHFALL (Holt/Macmillan, 2016)

Get the latest updates on her publishing journey on Facebook.

Where to find Jenny: Website, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube

Jenny's Book:
FLASHFALL
                
In the desolation of the flash curtain, 16-year-old Orion mines the tunnels for the cirium that will buy her passage to the protected city.

But just as she and her partner, Dram, uncover enough ore to finally earn freedom from Outpost Five, they’re sent to the underbelly of tunnel nine, where the flash curtain’s altered creatures thrive.

In order to fight her way out, Rye must question everything she thought she knew about life on both sides of the cirium shield. When her fellow Subpars get caught up in her rebellion, she’s forced beyond the boundaries of their camp, where death is a promise in the burning sand.

And now survival means more than ever to Orion, for she and Dram carry with them a powerful secret. One that could set everyone free, if the curtain doesn’t claim them first.


Check out her posts on PubHub here, or take a look at her author blog!
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