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Griffith comes home for book signing | Preston Citizen

Griffith comes home for book signing

June 30, 2014


Citizen editor

Jennifer Stewart Griffith will be in Weston in July where she expects to get relief from the blazing Safford, Ariz. heat, to visit her mother, have a vacation and visit with friends at The Preston Citizen signing copies of her latest works.

The Citizen had a chance to visit with her about her latest enterprise Immersed, part of six-part novellas from different authors. Hers is the last of six novellas.


Griffith will be at The Preston Citizen bookstore at 77 South State for a book signing on Wednesday, July 9, from 12 noon to 2 p.m.

This year she will bring a fellow author of one of the other six novellas, Donna K. Weaver.

“We’ve known each other from writing circles we belong to,” she said.

Jennifer Griffith

Jennifer Griffith

Weaver’s book is the second of the series. Her book, Second Chances 101, is about a 37 year old widow and empty nester named Francie Davis who lands a job as an administrative assistant for a history professor. Her first day of work is a disaster and she wonders if she will ever be good enough for the handsome single professor.

Donna K. Weaver

Donna K. Weaver

Griffith is the mother of five children and took a plot offered by her husband, the honorable judge Gary Griffith, the Magistrate judge in their town of nearly 8,000 residents.

She agreed to be a part of the Ripple Effect Romance Series.

She needed a storyline, so she turned to her husband for an idea

“He is an idea machine,” Griffith said. “He is really good at coming up with good story ideas.”

This story comes from one of the couple’s brainstorming sessions.

This story is sponsored by Xpress Cash.

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