Jennifer Johnson


Today we welcome Jennifer Johnson, author, speaker and editor, to 3 Questions Wednesday.

(1) Do you watch reality television? Why or why not?
Jennifer: I don’t like most reality television, because a lot of the shows focus on glamorizing dysfunctional families or situations. However, I used to enjoy watching 19 Kids and Counting, and I currently watch Duck Dynasty. Both of those shows have a positive plot. Interestingly enough, both families are Christians.

(2) What are your thoughts on e-publishing?
Jennifer: A terrific thing about e-publishing is that many writers who have been unable to attain agents and/or contracts with publishers have had the opportunity to make their stories available to people all over the world. For that reason, e-publishing has been a terrific tool for many people.

(3) Which do you prefer? Facebook or Twitter?

Jennifer: Well, there are things I like about both of them. On Facebook, I enjoy the ease in reading comments from my friends and family on my status updates. However, on Twitter, I like that I can read through Twitter comments quickly. I really like Instagram. If you don’t have one, check it out. It’s essentially social media that allows you to upload pictures and add captions to the pictures. Comments and “likes” by friends are easy to read as well.

Thanks, Jennifer Johnson, for joining us on 3 Questions Wednesday!

91JUrRCZUXL._SL1500_Jennifer is giving away her latest book, A Family Reunited, to one commenter–just leave us a comment on this post to be included in a drawing for the book.

Jennifer Johnson and the world’s most supportive husband have been married for over two decades. They’ve been blessed to raise three amazing daughters and recently added a terrific son-in-law to the crew. Jennifer teaches 6th grade writing at her local middle school. She has seventeen published novels and one novella. When she isn’t writing or teaching, she enjoys shopping and watching movies with her family, going to dinner with her best friend, and brainstorming slumber parties with her writing buddies. She loves to hear from readers. You can reach her at or You can also find her on Twitter at Jenwrites4Jesus, on Facebook at /jennifer.c.johnson.353, and on Instagram at Jenwrites4God.

4 thoughts on “Jennifer Johnson

  1. I agree about reality shows. And they magnify the dysfunctional to an unbelievable level! I don’t like a lot of comedy shows either for the same reason. They make the husbands out to be idiots instead of the Christ-lead leaders that a lot of them are, and they make the women out to be jealous, shallow, and controlling.

  2. There’s not much to watch on television anymore. One of my aunt’s use to say she didn’t like to watch the news, because all they had on there was bad. I live in the same city as Duck Dynasty. Their retail store is approximately a quarter of a mile from my house. Willie has just opened a restaurant; I believe it’s called Willie’s Duck Diner. The diner’s located approximately one mile from my house. Enjoyed your interview. Thank you for the chance of this giveaway and please enter my name.

  3. Three fun questions to answer. I’ve still never seen a reality TV show. Not one. I don’t watch much TV except for the news and some horse racing.on the weekends. But the idea of reality TV especially don’t appeal to me for the same reasons Jennifer listed. If I did watch one, it would be Duck Dynasty. I keep hearing great things about it.

    Thanks for entering me in the drawing.

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