“Disturbing and intense…”

New Book review for Reverb from Reading Pleasure Book Blog: “Disturbing and intense, I couldn’t put Reverb down once I started reading…”
http://readinpleasure.wordpress.com/2014/07/15/review-reverb-by-j-cafesin/

Reverb romantic suspense

Ever Fall For Someone You Knew You Shouldn’t…

20 yrs to write, and 20 rewrites to get it right–Disconnected is the evolution of today’s modern women…

New Release

Disconnected is FINISHED!!

This novel is a woman’s read and modern literary historical fiction chronicling L.A. in the early 90s through the Rodney King riots. It comes out mid-March, but get a sneak peek of Ch 1-5 on Scribd: http://www.scribd.com/doc/27888896/DISCONNECTED

edgy read

J. Cafesin Author Interview‬ on Wicca Witch 4 Book Blog

Thanks, Amanda for having me on your ‪#‎bookblog‬. Latest ‪#‎AuthorInterview‬ on Wicca Witch 4 Book Blog: http://wiccawitch4.blogspot.ca/2014/01/ww4bb-presents-interview-with-j-cafesin.html#.UuaL-xDTmUk

recommended reading

Book Trailer for Reverb is up!

Finally got the trailer for Reverb up. Check it out…

Romantic Suspense

Fractured Fairy Tales meets the Twilight Zone

#fridayreads Fractured Fairy Tales meets #TwilightZone in 4 captivating, edgy, fantastical #shortstories, each with a powerful message that lingers long after the reads…
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Fractured Fairy Tales of the Twilight Zone

 

Romance Bookworm’s Review of Reverb

Thanks, Romance Bookworm’s Reviews for your review of Reverb! http://romancebookworm.com/2013/12/28/review-by-victoria-reverb-by-j-cafesin/

book review

Romance Bookworm’s Review of Reverb

Thanks, Romance Bookworm’s Reviews for your review of Reverb! http://romancebookworm.com/2013/12/28/review-by-victoria-reverb-by-j-cafesin/

book review

Author Interview on Paris Carter’s Book Blog!

Thanks, Paris, for having me on your book blog! http://thepariscarter.wordpress.com/2013/12/28/interview-with-author-j-cafesin/

Interview With Author J. Cafesin

Hey, it’s wonderful having you here on my blog today. Do you mind telling us a little about yourself, and your home town?

Something weird…So, depending on the time of year, the day and circumstances of the day of an interview, I’ll have wildly varying responses to questions. Today, a friend just emailed me that her she caught her married boss, the company CEO, in the stairwell hugging an employee, sexually.  A few minutes later, her boss called her into his office and said he was just comforting the employee, and not to take what she’d seen ‘out of context.’  My friend then asked me what she should ‘do.’

What would you say? Or tell her to do?

I won’t say what I told her, as it might be taken ‘out of context’ with no back story. But I figure my job as a writer is to get what’s inside my head on the page, share the story with the reader, as with the above. My hope, my desire as an author is not only to entertain, but give readers something to consider, and characters to remember, long after the story ends.

And I’m from L.A., born and raised, and a diehard Californian….

Read more: http://thepariscarter.wordpress.com/2013/12/28/interview-with-author-j-cafesin/

J. Cafesin