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Guest Blog: Jennifer Slattery and Recapture Her Heart--Print Copy to Random Commenter in Continental US:)

Dear Readers, thank you so much for going on this journey with me! I hope you're enjoying learning about new authors as much as I am. God bless!





Introduce yourself—name, where you’re from, and something people notice when they meet you.

 

Thanks for having me on your site, Christina! I’m Jennifer Slattery, and I’m originally from the northwest but now live just outside of Omaha, Nebraska. Although I tend to speak and podcast on serious topics (enduring challenging seasons or managing anxiety, etc.), my daily presentation can be a tad silly or goofy. Our family is known for pranking one another and finding ways to create surprise laughter. One example: for Easter, we invited our adult kiddos over and, instead of giving them a basket of candy, gave them each a fire extinguisher.

 

Tell us about your book—title and back cover blurb?

 

My latest release is called Recapturing Her Heart. Here’s more about it, from the back cover:

 

What she’s always wished for…Might be right here at home. When she loses her job, professional dancer Harper Moore returns to her Texas hometown with one goal in mind—leaving again. But first she needs money for her big move, even if that means working for her ex-boyfriend. CJ Jenkins is certain he can help the single mom and keep his still-bruised heart intact. But as old feelings resurface, can they let go of the past for a new dream together?

 

Share one thing that you found difficult or challenging about writing this book?

 




I always find it amusing how much research goes into each story. I wonder if readers might feel surprised by this. For example, if I want to include a dragon fly or butterfly in a scene, I typically spend a fair amount of time learning about that creature. I need to know its lifecycle to know if it would be alive and about during that season. I also often check the sunrise and sunset times for the time period I’m writing about. While I’m sure there are aspects I miss, little things such as the fact that Texans call all soda Coke make a difference! But that is also what makes writing about a particular subculture, like the Texas Hill Country fun.

  

Ask the blog reader a quirky question or two. We want to get to know you--and each other-better!

 

What is the silliest prank you’ve played on a loved one OR the most comical gift you’ve given or received?

 

Share your social and other connections?


I’d love to, thanks! Readers can find me on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube (I regularly share video devotions on all three platforms), and can listen to me on the Your Daily Bible Verse Podcast (I cover Friday’s verse discussion) and the Faith Over Fear Podcast (with cohost Carol McCracken). They can also read weekly inspirational messages on my blog. They can find

Recapturing Her Heart and all my other books HERE.


Thank you, Jennifer, for joining us--and I have to say my most comical gift is a pickle birthday card my husband gave me one year--and then forgot he'd given it to me and repeated the questionable choice the next year!! Blessings, everyone. :)

 


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Debra Pruss
Debra Pruss
Apr 29

I had a nephew who told me he did not want anything for Christmas. So, I wrapped a box inside a box inside a box ect. When he made it to the last box, it was empty. His grandmother and Mom were in on my plans. They thought it was a great idea. The look on his face as he kept finding a box was priceless. As a side note, I did get him a gift too. Have a wonderful week. God bless you.

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ChristinaSinisi-Author
ChristinaSinisi-Author
May 05
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As long as you got him a separate gift, this is great! :)

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Dianne Miley
Dianne Miley
Apr 29

My favorite prank was sewing together the tops of my dad’s socks one April Fool’s Day. He always laid out his clothes the night before so I snuck in and sewed his socks shut. He couldn’t get too mad because it was April Fool’s!

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ChristinaSinisi-Author
ChristinaSinisi-Author
May 05
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Wow, you really did that! ;)

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drew332019
Apr 28

This looks like a good book.

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Sarah Taylor
Sarah Taylor
Apr 28

Hello Jennifer and Christina, I live in SE Ohio and I love reading print copies your book sounds like such a great story Have a Blessed Week!

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pat__hawes
Apr 28

I lived in Bellevue, Nebraska when I was in Jr. high, many years ago. Is that where you are?

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ChristinaSinisi-Author
ChristinaSinisi-Author
May 05
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Pat, you are our winner! Please email me at ChristinaSinisi@gmail.com to claim your prize. Blessings!!

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