#ChickLitMay : Book Boyfriend Blog Hop

#CHICKLITMAY BOOK BOYFRIEND BLOG HOP IS LIVE! The hop begins Monday, May 15th through Sunday, May 21st. 30 fierce chick lit authors will post a piece on their blogs written by a dreamy male character from one of their books. Each character will tell you why you should vote for him. Instructions for the Hop Hop to all the stops, collect the Book Boyfriend 2017’s name at each stop, then submit all 30

“Snow Drifts” – The Vast Landscape #vignette

“Snow Drifts” – excerpt from The Vast Landscape by Jacqueline Cioffa #vignette The Gravity Imprint re-release, The Vast Landscape by Jacqueline Cioffa will be out soon! “This story was quite the ride; it was raw and full of emotions, doubts, mistrusts, fame, love and it was like following a train wreck as it goes down the track.”  “Poignant Narrative”  “Remarkably Well-Written Debut Novel”  “STUNNINGLY EMOTIONAL AND SOUL-GRIPPING”  “BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN AND DEEPLY MEANINGFUL”

FREE on Amazon Kindle: An amazing story of love, loss, and hope. ~THE VAST LANDSCAPE

THE VAST LANDSCAPE #FREE on Amazon Kindle from Aug 15 to 19 #Romance #LitFic #FamilySaga “An amazing story of love, loss, and hope.” ~Amazon Reviewer The Vast Landscape was never ours to begin with, we are all tenants of the same good earth. Surrounded by the enchanting tourist attractions, one forgets. One becomes enamored by the sounds, smells and tastes. Time? Time mattered less. ~ Jacqueline Cioffa ‪#‎Quotes‬‬ ‪#‎TheVastLandscape‬ http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00H3P51LS

Gypsies and Pixie Dust

Gypsies and Pixie Dust By Jacqueline Cioffa I exist therefore I am, mistakes and imperfections one and all. I don’t want to be considered an artist. I want to be thought of as a student of art. I want to ingest the human condition, live and breathe it. I want to eradicate all traces of ego and relate. I want to roam the globe and hear the stories, while not missing out on the neighbor

"To not forget but remember the precious, fleeting stolen moments in time." 'funny girl'

From time to time you’ll see Stolen Moments show up on the blog. Words forgotten and misplaced, poetry, anticipatory memories, prose, joy and sorrow, pensive emotion, random and not so random thoughts scribbled in tattered notebooks. To not forget but remember the precious, fleeting stolen moments in time. I’m a writer trying recapture on paper how it feels to be alive. funny girl by Jacqueline Cioffa Dec. 2006 I would like to

5-Stars The Vast Landscape is both beautifully written, and deeply meaningful."#Amazon Review

THE VAST LANDSCAPE 5-Stars and I loved every single moment of it “Jacqueline Cioffa writes with such a soul stirring intensity that it can’t help but ignite a passion in her readers. I took my time with this book, and I loved every single moment of it. Harrison is beautiful in her strength and vulnerability. She spoke to me in ways that a character never has. I felt like I

Waves of Insecurity by guest author J.C. Hannigan

I’m over the moon to have J.C. Hannigan here as guest author. I have much respect for the intelligent, gifted, smart as a whip woman, author, mother, wife, colleague and friend… She is efficient, funny and the first to extend a hand to a fellow writer. That speaks volumes about her persona, her willingness to help while managing a chaotic busy life, various blogs and successful writing career. I bet J.C. makes ridiculously

"I have always believed there is indeed room for us all." Authors inspiring authors

Authors supporting authors is groovy! I have learned so much from some fierce, fabulous authors and continue to be inspired by their talent, words and willingness to share. Thank you for being cheerleaders, kind motivators, smart and courageous trailblazers. I have always believed there is indeed room for us all. To grow, to learn, to get inspired, to dream bigger. Get ready to meet some pretty spectacular writers, and human beings. Inspiration

"This story was quite the ride it was raw and full of emotions, doubts, mistrusts, fame, love and it was like following a train wreck as it goes down the track." Reader Review

what a ride…. 4 stars Amazon “This story was quite the ride it was raw and full of emotions, doubts, mistrusts, fame, love and it was like following a train wreck as it goes down the track. Harrison the female lead character, in this story refers to herself in the 3rd person throughout the book, which I do not see often. I would say it is not the type of

"The potential for great stories is happening all around you." Jacqueline Cioffa – Author Interview

Author Interview with Jacqueline Cioffa, author of “The Vast Landscape” and “Georgia Pine” PRETTY-HOT.COM excerpt “Do you have any unusual writing habits?I ‘write’ best when I’m doing something other than writing, walking the dog, swimming, listening to music, digging in the dirt. I’ll hear a word, hint of an idea or get inspired by something visual. I store the thoughts in a holding pattern in my mind. Sometimes it stays there