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Jennifer Probst | Exclusive Interview with the Hero of A Brand New Ending
Author Guest / October 22, 2018

Meet Kyle Kimpton, the Hero from Jennifer Probst’s A Brand New Ending   1) Greetings Kyle! Thanks for being with us at Fresh Fiction today. I know that a lot of readers are interested in your story. Can you tell us a bit about yourself? Absolutely. I’m a successful Hollywood screenwriter with some big movies to my credit, but lately, my life hasn’t been what I’ve imagined. Sure, I’m successful, but I sacrificed the only woman I ever loved for my career, and I plan on getting her back. I’m going to win back her love, and write the greatest script of all time. I can still have it all, right? 2) Maybe… We see know why you returned to your hometown after a decade. What’s the first thing that you did when you arrived? Went straight to the Bishop B&B to see Ophelia. God, she took my breath away. I’m still madly in love with her. I explained I needed to stay at the Inn in order to write this new script, but she didn’t take my request too well. 3) A little birdy told us that Ophelia isn’t exactly happy to see you. Care to comment on that?…

Author Reader Match with Jennifer Probst
MatchMaker / June 12, 2018

Instead of trying to find your perfect match in a dating app, we bring you the “Reader Match” where we introduce you to authors as a reader you may fall in love with. It’s our great pleasure to present Jennifer Probst. Writes: Sexy and erotic contemporary romance. My books are chock full of humor, banter, family drama, kick-ass heroines who always challenge my alpha hero, and of course, rescue dogs. Sometimes, even a rescue chicken…My newest release is THE START OF SOMETHING GOOD, the first in the brand new STAY series which releases this month. About: I wrote my first book at twelve years old. I bound it in a folder, read it to my classmates, and haven’t stopped since. I hold a masters in English Literature and live in the beautiful Hudson Valley in upstate New York. I have two sons and a rescue dog who keep me active, stressed, joyous, and sad my house will never be truly clean. I’m passionate about horse racing, Scrabble, rescue dogs, Italian food, and wine—not necessarily in that order. What I’m looking for in my ideal reader match: A reader who likes to laugh out loud at the antics of the hero,…

Jennifer Probst | A Little Old, A Little New – Mixing Characters in a Series
Author Guest / April 30, 2014

Readers love series. I love series. Stand alone, continuities, trilogies, serials, you name them, I’m ready to leap and get intoxicated by a new group of characters to invest in. One of my favorite ways to do this is mix old characters with the new. It’s a delicate balance to bring something fresh to my readers, along with giving a taste of what happened in the past books, like visiting an old friend. I remember when I was completely addicted to soap operas, and suddenly the young children were full grown teens one day, ready to take on their own story. Or one of the kids would disappear, and many episodes later, storm back into town as a full adult. We forgive soap opera time because it’s so much fun. Same thing with fiction. In SEARCHING FOR PERFECT, my hero Nate is a big golfer. When he’s on the course, he almost gets bonked on the head by a runaway golf ball, and when he meets the person holding the club, readers come face to face with Wolfe – my nineteen year old angsty, tortured teenager from THE MARRIAGE MERGER. But now he’s all grown up. Wolfe and Nate strike…