Featured Author – M Jean Pike

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Books
• Heatherfield
• In The Shadow of the Dragonfly
• Shadow Lake
• The Winds of Autumn
• Waiting for the Rain
• Whispers in Autumn

Background Information

 I’ve been writing profesionally since 1996, and  have been  priviledged to see my essays and short stories in a number of fine publications. My first novel, The Winds of Autumn, was published in 2005. My second novel, Waiting for the Rain, a paranormal romance, was named Novel Of The Year at Champagne Books. Check out my reviews! My third novel, a time – travel romance entitled Heatherfield, was released in February, 2008 from Black Lyon Publishing! Novel number four, IN THE SHADOW OF THE DRAGONFLY, in October of 2008, and my latest series, LOVE ON THE LAKE, including  SHADOW LAKE, WHISPERS IN AUTUMN, and SUNSET COVE  is NOW AVAILABLE at Amazon and Black Lyon Publishing. (All titles  available as Kindle books, too!) 

Accomplishments

My essays and short stories have appeared in GRIT, Bird Times, Whispers From Heaven, The Iconoclast, Hindsight, Folklore!, Purpose, Anthology, About Such Things, True Romance, and others. My paranormal romance novel, WAITING FOR THE RAIN, was named NOVEL OF THE YEAR for 2007 at Champagne Books!

Additional Information

Whispers in Autumn, Book Two in my Love On The Lake Series is now available in e-book and paperback formats at Amazon and in my publisher’s bookstore! http://www.blacklyonpublishing.com and as a Kindle Book at Amazon!

Favorite Links

some dreams never die
The website features sample chapters and ordering info for my books as well as blogs, contests, and news about new writing projects.

Champagne Books

Black Lyon Publishing

My Blog
The official M. Jean Pike Weblog a handful of thoughts about writing, and about life. http://mjeanpike.wordpress.com/

 

 

I first  became acquainted with Jean Pike through the Authors Den ( http://www.authorsden.com/), I was a “wet behind the ears” author still feeling around for my genre. Not sure what direction to go. Then I read a short story M Jean Pike, posted on the Den, about a young lady who fell in love with a painting and then well, it’s a surprise. It would be an injustice for me to reveal the story to you. Needless to say I was hooked. I even read several of her Paranormal romance novels. I don’t read romance but I found myself deeply moved and torn apart by the characters. I was hooked and since then Jean has become my Mentor and more importantly a very good friend,  

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