Want a chance to win a signed copy of my book? Check out my most recent interview by Natalie over at Literary Rambles HERE. Leave a comment by midnight on July 30 & a signed book winner will be chosen from the comments and announced on August 1! While you're at it, check out the rest of the site... there are so many great interviews & resources for writers.
In my last post, I mentioned the current charity auction that author Carrie Harris is holding to benefit the Giving Library. There are AMAZING items up for bid, including manuscript and query critiques by agents, phone conversations with authors, signed ARCs, customized book trailers...and there's even a chance to win two fantastic grand prizes!
Please check out the auction items available HERE. While you're at it, please consider bidding on the signed copy of THE LIPSTICK LAWS, which I will be sending directly to the winner. You can continue to bid on my auction item until 12 pm noon EST today (July 25)!
Thanks so much for supporting this very important cause!
As you might be able to tell from this charming picture of me, I've gotten some lovely new red highlights... and a really bad case of poison ivy. Obviously I'm severely allergic to poison ivy. I'll be fine...in time. Lots of time & ointment. In the meantime, at least I still have my smile. Okay, the truth is I'm celebrating (in style) the launch of BAD TASTE IN BOYS, a wickedly funny YA zombie book by the amazing Carrie Harris. I was lucky enough to be able to read an early draft of BTIB... and have to say it's as awesomesauce as its author! And I'm not even naturally the zombie-loving type...but this book converted me to zombieism (spelling?). So, the short of it is if you're looking for laughs, a fabulous zombie-fighting heroine, a hottie, and some good wholesome...er, maybe not so wholesome (we're talking lost body parts here, people) zombie fun, you should run and get your copy of BAD TASTE IN BOYS today!
Don't believe me about the zombie fun? Take a look at this trailer:
While you're celebrating the zombierama, you should also check out the special launch auction called NIGHT OF THE GIVING DEAD that Carrie has set up to benefit the Giving Library at the University of Michigan C. S. Mott Children’s Hospital. There are tons of fabulous items up for bid, including signed books, critiques, phone conversations with authors and agents, and two awesome grand prizes! For a full list of auction items, click HERE. If you'd like a signed copy of THE LIPSTICK LAWS from yours truly (ah-hem...me), click HERE to bid! I will give you a cupcake (free of zombie parts).
So, what are you waiting for? Start bidding & celebrating zombie-mania!
Helllllooooo! I know, I know, I've been MIA from the blogosphere... but for good reason. The last month has been a whirlwind both professionally and personally. I've survived a move, had lots of fun at signings and events, and have been working on writing whenever there's extra time. I thought I'd share some photos to bring you up to date on some of the recent events I've participated in below.
If you haven't been able to come to any of my signings/events yet (listed HERE), I'll be at the Neshaminy Mall Barnes & Noble in Bensalem, PA on Friday, July 8th from 5-7 pm. Also, I'll be signing at the PAYA festival in West Chester, PA on August 27th. I'd love to see you at either event!
And now for the pictures:
Books of Wonder, NYC
Class of 2k11 author panel at Books of Wonder (in NYC) during BEA week. L to R: Sheila O'Connor's arm, Bettina Restrepo, me, Alissa Grosso, Angie Smibert, Geoff Herbach, Christina Mandelski, Kiki Hamilton, Amy Fellner Dominy
Class of 2k11 display at Books of Wonder
I'm with super awesome James of Book Chic (check out his Lipstick Laws review HERE) and fellow 2k11 author, Christina Mandelski.
Natalie Zaman & Charlotte Bennardo, authors of SIRENZ
With a great group of students!
Voracious Reader, Larchmont, NY
Class of 2k11 authors at Voracious Reader in Larchmont, NY L to R: Bettina Restrepo, Alissa Grosso, (front) Amy Fellner Dominy, me, Gae Polisner, Geoff Herbach, Angie Smibert
L to R: Alissa Grosso, me, Gae Polisner, Geoff Herbach, Angie Smibert