20 January 2016

Jiffy Kate - Finding Focus - Book Blitz

Title: Finding Focus

Author: Jiffy Kate

Release Date: Nov 30, 2015

Sheridan “Dani” Reed is a recently unemployed photojournalist

living in New York City. Her boyfriend is vacationing without her, and her best friend has abandoned her
for a job in the south.

Is a quarter-life crisis a thing?

After accepting a freelance job in Louisiana for Southern Style magazine, she feels

the bleakness of her life back in New York fading in the rearview mirror. Getting back to her southern
roots seems to be just what she needs to lift her spirits and spark her creativity. During her stay, she
meets playboy Micah Landry and his colorful family. She knows she should avoid him and keep things
professional, but his southern charms are hard to resist.

Through the lens of her camera, she finds the beauty and soul of the Landry

Plantation, but it’s her beauty and soul that capture Micah’s

When an unexpected phone call takes her back to New York, she’s forced

to face the life she was trying to escape head on.

Will her trip and the Landrys only become fond memories, or will Dani find her

way back to them and her beloved south?

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Micah and I climb into his truck and he starts it up, but we just sit in the parking

lot for a few moments in comfortable silence.

“You’re not what I was expecting,


I narrow my eyes at him. “Oh yeah? What were you


He shrugs before giving me a shy smile. “I don’t know . . . someone

snooty and prissy, I guess. But that’s not you. At least, not that I can

“You think you’ve got me all figured


Barking out a laugh, he replies, “No, not at all. Just makin’ an


His eyes are a little too focused on me and the air inside his truck is a little too

thin. I clear my throat and face forward, causing Micah to take the hint to put the truck in

Once my heart has slowed to a normal rate, I decide to try to have a normal

conversation while learning more about Micah at the same time. “So, what was it like growing up
on a plantation?”

“It’s just a house,


“A very large house,” I


“True, and it’s special to me because it’s been in my family

for so long, but I wasn’t raised with a silver spoon in my mouth, if that’s what
you’re wonderin’. The Landrys are no better than anyone else. Believe me, my mama
would’ve tanned our hides if we ever tried to act like we

“Snooty or prissy?”


First things first, we're the realest.

Oh, wait. Iggy already used that one.

Well, let's see...

What some people don't know is there are two of us and we're both

Jennifers. How lucky are we? The most common name from the 70's! Our parents were so

We found each other through Twilight and tornadoes. Sounds like a crazy

combination, but it's true. We were roaming around in the same groups of people on social media,
but we hadn't really became friends. But that all changed on a stormy Oklahoma night when we
noticed that we were both experiencing the same tornado warnings.

We met a week later for lunch and the rest is history. We already knew we had

the whole Twilight thing in common, but what we learned that day is that we both loved music and
traveling. Together, we've been everywhere. Well, not everywhere, but a lot of places...Seattle,
Forks, LA, New York, Chicago, Philly, Nashville, and New Orleans, where our hearts

About six months after we met, we also realized we both had a passion for

writing. When we started outlining our first story, we thought that would be it. One story and done. So,
we dumped everything we loved into those 100,000 words. If you're familiar with the term
"crack fic", that was kind of what it was for us. We had fun with it and let ourselves live on
those pages.

But it was like Lays potato chips.

We couldn't write just one.

So, twenty stories later, here we are--publishing our first novel. And how crazy is it

that we went back to the beginning.

Finding Focus was originally a Twilight Fan Fic titled Southern


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