On Leaving Shadow Falls…

51KfobWWWNL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_With the release of Midnight Hour, I gave quite a few online interviews. I always enjoy that part of my job, especially when I get asked some unusual questions–and there have been some really strange ones. Anyway, this is an interview I did for B’s Book Reviews on Oct. 23rd. I thought you’d enjoy it, so here it is.

  1. How did you feel writing the end of the Shadow Falls series/universe?

Do you remember the feeling when you were young and your parents told you that you had to move?   And you had these friends who you loved and who were a part of your life?  That terrible feeling that you were walking away from people you loved and you knew in your heart that these people would no longer be a part of your life?  I cried so hard when I wrote the end of Midnight Hour.  The Shadow Fall’s characters are like family to me.  Since 2010, I’ve been with these characters.  I’m not going to say that I wouldn’t return to this world to write another book, but for now there are no plans.

  1. Out of the three main girls (Kylie, Della, and Miranda) which did you connect with most when writing as them?

That’s like asking me which of my children I connect with the most.  The truth is I connect with them all in different ways. They each have parts of me in them.  They have some of my traits, even some of my flaws. I spent five books with Kylie Galen.  I can honestly say, she’s more like me when I was young than the other girls.  Like Kylie, I’m an internalizer.  Even when young, I had a tendency to think something to death before I acted on it.

Della, however, she’s more like the person I’ve grown into, and often the person I wish I was more like.  She speaks her mind, calls it like she sees it.  I love that about her.  Ahh, but the very thing I love about her is what sometimes drives me crazy.

Miranda is smack dab in the middle of these two.  She’s sweet, but also a little sassy.  She can speak her mind when pushed.  But deep down she’s so insecure.  Dyslexia can do that to you.  I know, because we both share this trait.  I feel a special bond with her for that reason.  I loved watching her overcome the insecurities that dyslexia brings to so many people dealing with this disability. In Midnight Hour, Miranda moves past a lot of hurdles and finally knows and accepts her own abilities and strengths.

  1. What is coming next?

I’m almost finished with my next young adult novel.  It will be out in September 2017.  I’m unable to really talk about it, but I can tell you that it’s a little different in that it’s not paranormal.  It’s contemporary.  But it has a touch of woo-woo, a paranormal thread.  It has touches of my humor, but tons of heart and an element of mystery that will keep the readers turning pages.  I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I am about this book.


You can still order Midnight Hour and share in the final chapter of my Shadow Falls series. Midnight Hour is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks and Kobo.

Winner!!

The winner of last week’s giveaway is Jennifer Prager. Congratulations, Jennifer! You’ve won a $10 Amazon gift card. Email me at cc@cchunterbooks.com to claim your prize.

 

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Thanksgiving Traditions and Sticking Your Hand Where it Doesn’t Belong

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I did it.  On Friday night, I went shopping for my bird.  I got a twenty pounder this year.  Chubby little sucker.  While I’m not yet in the mood to perform the bi-annual holiday colonoscopy—where I stick my hand up the bird’s backside to pull out the giblets—I’m working up the courage.

In the Craig house, I’m the main cook.   Someone may bring a dish, but for the most part, this is my party and I’m running the show. This is not my choice, or my need to be top chef, it’s just happenstance when a person doesn’t hate cooking and doesn’t suck at it.

And I really don’t hate it.  Preparing Thanksgiving dinner is like a form of meditation for me.  I go in, find my Zen—well, I don’t find it until after I perform the colonoscopy—then it’s like I move from snapping beans to peeling potatoes to preparing the two P pies—pecan and pumpkin—in a yoga state of mind.

Now, I’m not going to brag that my Thanksgiving dinner is better than Martha’s, but I swear to you I’ve never sent anyone to the hospital, and I’ve gotten leftover requestseven from people who didn’t attend the dinner.  Oh, and I got a real compliment from a stuffing-loving Yankee friend of mine who said, “I still prefer my mama’s bread stuffing with oysters, but that was the best cornbread dressing I’ve ever eaten.”

And yes, I’m a cornbread-dressing gal.  I’m from Alabama and if anyone had tried to sneak an oyster in my grandmother’s dressing, she’d have brought out her Southern can of whoop ass.

That said, I respect a good stuffing, minus oysters, of course.  Frankly, every family has their own gotta-have Thanksgiving specialty dishes.  Some people don’t think you can ring the dinner bell unless they have a ham on their table keeping the turkey company.  But the way I see it is, after you fill up with turkey, dressing, and the side-dishes, you don’t have room for ham.  The only speck of pork on my holiday table is the bacon I use to season my fresh green beans.

Another thing that doesn’t appear on my table, or in my gravy, is anything I pull out of a turkey’s butt.  I know, I know, giblet gravy is almost a tradition—even a southern one.  But I’m sorry, I know where they came from, and in the Craig house they go straight from tail end to the trash.  I make gravy, darn good gravy, using the drippings from my turkey.

We’re not a yam or a sweet potato bunch people either.  Although, I admit I recall fondly my mama’s sweet potato crunch casserole that was more like pie with oven crispy pecans, corn flakes and coconut on top.  Yum.  But hubby’s not a fan, and growing up neither were my kids, so it got knocked off the tradition list.  Neither are we into gelatin salads or desserts.  Though I’ve had a few of both that are quite tasty.

Our dinner consists of turkey—not fried, but baked—dressing, southern mashed potatoes with lots of real butter, giblet free gravy, green beans, peas, rolls—to soak up the gravy—and pies and cookies.  Oh, I can’t forget the cranberry sauce.  Shamefully, I don’t make it myself.  I use the can.  As a matter of fact, we have a silly tradition—in honor of my daughter—of how we serve that cranberry sauce.

The first time we left my daughter at home for the weekend she was a teenager, and unaccustomed to feeding her own dog.  Well, let’s just say she didn’t excel at it.  When we came home, in the dog’s bowl, was canned dog food in a perfect cylinder-shaped form. Poor Bosco didn’t know what it was, and wasn’t eating anything in that shape.  So hubby always opens the can of cranberry sauce and serves it cylinder style.And every year we get a laugh out of it.

And that is the best part of Thanksgiving. Not the cylinder-shaped cranberry sauce, but sitting around the table, laughing, loving and reminiscing while surrounded by family and friends. It almost makes sticking my hand up a turkey’s backside worth it.

Oh, and the next best thing is I don’t have to clean up. Since I do the cooking that job goes to those who didn’t.

happy-thanksgiving-day-hd-wallpaper-2013-001So what’s it like at your house on Thanksgiving?  What are the traditional side dishes that show up at your table?  Do you do the cooking?  Do you put oysters in your dressing or stuffing? I’m giving away a $10 amazon card to one person who shares something about their Thanksgiving.  Make sure you come back next Tuesday to see if you won.

Happy Thanksgiving, Y’all!

Winner!

The winner from last week is Kristen. Congratulations, you’ve won an e-copy of Fighting Back. Email me at cc@cchunterbooks.com.

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Miranda & Me

51KfobWWWNL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_Midnight Hour has been out for a few weeks now.  This book is very special to me not only because it’s my final Shadow Falls book, but because I really felt Miranda’s story needed to be told. After all, I wrote Kylie’s story.  I wrote Della’s story.  I couldn’t leave Miranda out.  When she first came into being, and I gave her my own disability of dyslexia, I felt compelled to write her story so I could watch her really overcome the self-esteem issues that so often come with dyslexia.  I also really wanted to go into Perry Gomez’s story.  And Perry gets his own point of view in Midnight Hour as he reconnects with his parents who abandoned him at three years of age and continues his connection with the FRU.  It’s a heart-tugging story. And Miranda and Perry both learn a lot in Midnight Hour, thing like:

 

  • Our decisions, the paths we think we should take are often paths that our parents guided us to follow.  Sometimes we need to stop and listen to our own hearts to know which road to take.
  • Sometimes the irritating tension between two people can end up to be a different kind of tension.  One that involves the heart.
  • Sometimes the hardest thing to forgive someone for is hurting themselves.  But sometimes when we do put ourselves in danger, we’re doing to save the same person who will likely never forgive us.
  • Even in the supernatural world, men are from Mars and women are from Venus.  We will never quite see things the same way, but it’s a lot of fun trying.
  • No matter terrible or horrific things stem from family linage, you don’t have to follow that path.  The sins of our fathers are not our sins to bear.  Our destinies are our own.
  • There is almost nothing that can’t be solved at round-table-diet-coke discussion.
  • Graduation means saying goodbye.  Graduation means leaving pieces and parts of our past behind.  But it is a passage that we must take in one of the last steps into adulthood.

You can buy your copy of Midnight Hour at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks and Kobo.

Giveaway!

I’m giving away an e-copy of Fighting Back to one person who leaves a comment.

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Guys, Parents and 10 Glittery Stars!

51KfobWWWNL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_I’ve gotten so many emails from fans telling me how much they enjoyed Midnight Hour, but I think there are a few of you that haven’t picked up your copy yet. So, let me take a minute of your time to share a few reviews:

“This book is a triple threat- the perfect ending to a series, an amazing release date with it being a week before Halloween, and an epic story for a beloved secondary character. That is right follow readers- Miranda gets her own book and CC Hunter does not disappoint.”     —–The Reading Cave

“I was so sad when the story ended, but came away satisfied. The plot resolved itself in a way only C.C. Hunter could do.  This book gets ten glittery stars because it was a great end to a wonderful series.”  —-Andrea Heltsley Books

Still not convinced? Well, maybe you’d like to know a little more about what Miranda discovers in Midnight Hour. There is family drama with her mom, a magic mishap of epic proportions and boyfriend troubles, and Miranda still learns:

  • Belief in yourself not only changes how you see yourself, but also how others see you.
  • Change can be both exhilarating and scare the crap out of you—all at the same time.
  • Some of us are born fighters and others need a little training.
  • Breaking up is hard to do!
  • There is a girlfriend code of ethics that shouldn’t be broken.
  • Parents makes mistakes, some of them are forgivable.  Others should have never become parents to start with.
  • Becoming who you need to be is sometimes more about accepting who you are.

Now are you ready to read Midnight Hour? You can buy your copy at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks and Kobo.

In Midnight Hour, Miranda has to choose between two guys–Perry, the sexy shapeshifter who broke her heart and Shawn, the cute, thoughtful FRU warlock. Have you ever been in that kind of situation where you had to choose? How did it turn out?

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My Denmark Adventure

img_0987Denmark was fabulous.  It’s beautiful, it’s ancient.  It’s amazing.  But the best part was the people.  The librarians, other writers, the fans and just the people from my Denmark publisher.  The festival, Herlufsholm fantasy Bogmesse, was fantastic.  The old monastery img_0990 was amazing.  You felt history as you walked around.  I felt as if I made friends there. I was invited into people’s homes for dinner and wined and dined by the publisher.  I loved every moment.

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The National Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen is img_0786Denmark’s largest museum of cultural history, comprising the histories of Danish and foreign cultures, alike. It contains exhibits from around the world.

I see dead people…

 

 

 

img_0844The Little Mermaid  is a bronze statue by Edvard Eriksen img_0846depicting a mermaid. The sculpture is displayed on a rock by the waterside at the Langelinie promenade in Copenhagen. Based on the fairy tale of the same name by Danish authorHans Christian Andersen, the small and unimposing statue is a Copenhagen icon and has been a major tourist attraction since 1913.

 

 

img_1045The book festival was wonderful and overimg_1061 1,000 people showed up–and I think I met every one! They all loved Shadow Falls and wanted to know what happens next for my characters. They loved them all as much as I do. It was really a fantastic experience. I also enjoyed meeting the other authors at the festival. Some even came dressed in Halloween costumes. You could say they were dying to meet me! And my husband even made a special friend. LOLimg_0991

 

img_0961We stayed at a wonderful hotel in Naestved. It’s history can be traced back to 1778, and the hotel restaurant is beautifully furnished in the cellar, where an abundance of candles invite you to a cozy experience.img_0938

 

 

 

 

img_0933Did you know there are more bikes in img_0768Copenhagen than there are people?

 

 

 

Over all, it was an unforgettable trip. Here are a few more photos I wanted to share.img_0821img_1048img_0903img_0836img_1017img_1004img_1070img_0761img_0827

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WINNER!!

The winner of last week’s giveaway is Vickie Wu. Congratulations, Vickie, you won a signed copy of Midnight Hour. Please email me at cc@cchunterbooks.com with your mailing address.

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MIDNIGHT HOUR Release Day Giveaway!!

51KfobWWWNL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_It’s here! The day I’ve been waiting for. It’s the release of Midnight Hour, the final book in my Shadow Falls saga. Yes, it’s been a long and thrilling  journey, and I wanted to leave you with an exciting last look into the lives of Kylie, Della and Miranda. And while all three girls are in Midnight Hour, this is Miranda’s story, and her turn to shine. I’m so proud of how far she has come. She’s gained confidence and learned to rely on herself. Now, you can read Midnight Hour for yourself.  You can buy Midnight Hour at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks and Kobo.

Prepare to fall in love all over again. . .

Being a dyslexic witch is a curse in itself, but Miranda Kane’s time at Shadow Falls has helped her harness her magical powers. Now, just as she’s finally mastered them and is preparing to graduate with her friends, a near-death experience threatens to ruin it all.

Miranda awakens in the hospital with a mysterious tattoo that no one can explain. As she struggles to make sense of it and questions her feelings for a certain irresistible shape-shifter and a hot new guy the strange markings begin to spread all over her body, leaving her desperate to find answers. But before she can solve that problem, a new one arises: her sister is missing.

Has her sister been kidnapped? Miranda will risk her life to find out. Will she live to share the day she’s worked so hard for with her friends? When the clock strikes midnight, will Miranda make it to her graduation at Shadow Falls?

In Midnight Hour, Miranda learns…

  • Belief in yourself not only changes how you see yourself, but also how others see you.
  • Change can be both exhilarating and scare the crap out of you—all at the same time.
  • Breaking up is hard to do!
  • Becoming who you need to be is sometimes more about accepting who you are.
  • Our decisions, the paths we think we should take are often paths that our parents guided us to follow.  Sometimes we need to stop and listen to our own hearts to know which road to take.
  • Sometimes the irritating tension between two people can end up to be a different kind of tension.  One that involves the heart.
  • No matter terrible or horrific things stem from family linage, you don’t have to follow that path.  The sins of our fathers are not our sins to bear.  Our destinies are our own.
  • Graduation means saying goodbye.  Graduation means leaving pieces and parts of our past behind.  But it is a passage that we must take in one of the last steps into adulthood.

To celebrate release day, I’m giving away one copy of Midnight Hour to someone who leaves a comment telling me who their favorite Shadow Falls character is and why. (This giveaway is for US residents only. And if you’re reading this on Goodreads, you must comment on my actual website blog.)

Reborn Special

RebornFor a limited time the ebook version of Reborn is on sale for only $2.99! Yup, it’s a real bargain. And even if you’ve read it, I bet you have a friend who hasn’t. You can order it for her online and have it delivered to her Kindle or NOOK for Christmas, or her birthday, or just to let her know you’re her friend. But this sale ends on October 31st, so you better order today at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks and Kobo.

Enter Shadow Falls: After Dark and meet a vampire named Della, who’s about to discover what her own story is meant to be. . . .
Della had the perfect life-the family, a boyfriend, and a bright future-until she was turned, and abandoned by everyone she loves. She takes refuge at Shadow Falls, a camp for teens with paranormal powers. It’s where she and her best friends, Kylie and Miranda, heal their heartbreak with laughter, and where Della is training to be a paranormal investigator-and she refuses to be distracted. That means there’s no time for romance with Steve, a gorgeous shapeshifter whose kisses melt her heart.
When a new vampire named Chase shows up at camp, Della’s world is thrown into even more chaos. Arrogant and annoyingly sexy, Chase is a mystery . . . and the only mystery Della likes is one she can solve. She can’t solve Chase, at least not while she’s dealing with ghostly hauntings, vampire gangs and a web of family secrets. Can she prove herself as an investigator and keep her life-and her heart-intact?

 

 

 

 

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Midnight Hour Countdown!

51KfobWWWNL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_Only a week left until Midnight Hour is released! I can’t wait, because I want to share Miranda’s story and my last Shadow Falls book with you. Miranda is a character I can really identify with since she is dyslexic like me. And since she’s dyslexic, she sometimes gets her magic spells mixed up with disastrous results. But she does learn a a lot in Midnight Hour, including learning to believe in herself.

So, don’t forget to preorder your copy of Midnight Hour today and get your receipt in to my publisher HERE BEFORE Oct. 24th, and you’ll get Fighting Back, Kylie and Lucas’s novella, for free.

 

 

What else happens in Midnight Hour? Quite a lot! And Miranda learns that…

  • Just because you think you might be in love with someone doesn’t mean you can’t admire another’s derrière.
  • When you lose your sister, you lose a part of yourself.
  • Love can make you do crazy things—like go on the lam with a guy wanted by the FRU.
  • Sometimes doing the right thing can hurt, but it’s still right.
  • If you can be anything, sometimes the hardest thing to be—is yourself.
  • Who knew that becoming a pink polka dotted elephant could save people you love?
  • Crawling under a dark, damp house with spiders and rodents is unpleasant, evenarmadillo-shutterstock_311685266 when you’re a snake.
  • Being stuck between two guys is like being the white filling of an Oreo. And when you pull it apart, you’ll stick to only one wafer.
  • Some families have the occasional skeleton in the closet, other families have a warehouse full.
  • Sometimes the truth is sharp and jagged and can cut you.
  • Sometimes when someone says they are there to help you, it’s hard to believe.  Especially if they are an armadillo.

Winner!

The winner of a $10 Amazon gift card from last week’s giveaway is Jennifer Prager. Congratulations! Please email me at cc@cchunterbooks.com to claim your prize.

 

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Fighting Back Preview & Giveaway

There is a such thing as the perfect apology.

People make mistakes.  In fiction and in real life.  In Fighting Back, Lucas hurts Kylie.  Not intentionally of course, but by overlooking and refusing to step back and see the truth in something.

Have you ever had someone hurt you and it felt as if you might never forgive them?  Then they come in and say something so right.  Their apology comes off as just darn perfect.  So perfect in fact, that you have no option but to forgive them.

What did they say or do that made that happen for you?  Are you too quit to forgive?  Or do take some time to forgive?

One person who describes their personal, perfect apology will receive a $10 Amazon gift card.

miranda-with-book-cover-copyFor your reading pleasure, here’s a scene from Fighting Back when Lucas is late again for a date he’s already canceled before.  Kylie is feeling like she isn’t that important to him, because he’s always canceling their dates.

 

 

Kylie stepped out of Holiday’s office door at the same time Lucas stepped into the cabin’s main door. He carried a bouquet of daisies and an expression that begged for forgiveness.

His eyes said he was sorry. His posture said he was sorry. His bad boy charm said he was sorry.

She was such a sucker for that charm—a sucker for Lucas.

“I know you’re mad.” He held out the yellow flowers and inched closer, cautiously optimistic and armed with male charisma. “And you probably want to kick my ass, and I’ll let you.” The slightest smile appeared on his lips, and he braved it by taking another step. “But you’ve got to forgive me.”

“Don’t do that,” she said.

“Do what?” he asked, now so close only the bunch of daises came between them.

Make it hard for me to talk about our issues. “Be cute.” She felt her anger evaporating.

“Oh.”  He smiled in earnest. “I can’t help that. I was born cute. Just like you were born beautiful.”

He leaned in and brushed his lips against her forehead. The softest of kisses, the hardest kind to refuse.The easiest to get lost in. “Let’s go hiking.”

“I thought I was going to get to kick your ass?”

“You can.” His words came with a chuckle. “We hike for an hour. You kick my ass for an hour. We make out for an hour.”

51KfobWWWNL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_So, want to get your free copy of Fighting Back? All you have to do is preorder Midnight Hour and submit your e-receipt HERE, and on October 25th, you’ll receive a FREE copy of Fighting Back, the novella that will take you back to the first Shadow Falls romance that grabbed your heart. That’s right. All you have to do is buy a book that you were going to buy anyway, but just preorder it before it’s released. (If any of you have had difficulty getting your receipts submitted through the website, you can email them to romance@stmartins.com.)

 

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Fighting Back

kylie1If you’ve been reading my blog, you know that I’ve written one final novella about Kylie and Lucas. Yes, I listened to your pleas for one more book about the couple that started it all. But you can’t just buy Fighting Back, however, you can get it for FREE. All you have to do is preorder Midnight Hour and submit your e-receipt HERE, and on October 25th, you’ll receive a FREE copy of Fighting Back, the novella that will miranda-with-invitationtake you back to the first Shadow Falls romance that grabbed your heart. That’s right. All you have to do is buy a book that you were going to buy anyway, but just preorder it before it’s released. (If any of you have had difficulty getting your receipts submitted through the website, you can email them to romance@stmartins.com.)

Fighting Back

tnlucasWhat will you learn in Fighting Back? Well…

  • If you don’t talk about problems in your relationship, they can fester.
  • Relationships are alive, they need to be fed, watered and given TLC to continue to flourish.
  • When you have to fart, make sure you sit next to a dog you can blame.

 

 

 

51KfobWWWNL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_So, don’t forget to preorder Midnight Hour so you can get Fighting Back for free. Midnight Hour is available now for preorder at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooks and Kobo.

 

 

 

 

 

Winner!

The winner of last week’s giveaway of a copy of Midnight Hour is Victoria A. Congratulations! Please email your mailing address to me at cc@cchunterbooks.com.

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What’s Special About Midnight Hour?

Several interviews have come in and one of the most asked question is:  What do I love about Midnight Hour?

So, I thought I would answer that for all you guys who stop by my blog.

Midnight Hour is special to me for several reasons.

  1. I relate to Miranda so much because like myself, she is dyslexic. I know what it is to hate the word stupid.  When I was young, I heard it a lot from people who thought because I had some learning disabilities I wasn’t intelligent.  I’ve learned it isn’t true.  And I love seeing Miranda come to the conclusion that her dyslexia might result in some hurdles, but it also brings with it some very interesting gifts. For me it’s a imagination and the ability to read people and characters.
  2. I loved adding the male point of view to And in Midnight Hour, you get not only one male point of view, but two. You are going to get to slip inside both Perry and Shawn’s heads.
  3. I love how we see more of Burnett, the super- hot husband of Holiday. Most of you know that Perry lived in the same foster home with Burnett before he aged out. For the first time we really get to see the relationship between these two. I loved showing the softer side of the relationship between two guys who consider each other brothers.
  4. I got great pleasure seeing my amazing trio together again.  Call them the Three Musketeers or Charlie’s Angels, but Kylie, Della and Miranda are so good together.  Those three have the most amazing friendship.  There isn’t anything they won’t do for each other.
  5. Every book in the Shadow Falls series seems to have its own level of nail-biting suspense and a mystery you just can’t wait to solve. Well, something about Miranda’s book seemed to have an extra dose of page-turning drama.   Of course, when you start a book with an explosion, it pretty much tells you the pace isn’t going to slow down.
  6. Midnight Hour is the finale. In this book you see all our Shadow Falls students graduate.  I cried so hard when it came to the end of this book.  These characters feel so real to me.  They are even more than friends, they are my family.  I’m going to miss them, and I know many of you will, too.

51KfobWWWNL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_Okay, now I’ll give away an ARC of Midnight Hour to one person who leaves a posts telling me which scene you still think about from any of my books. (Sorry, this giveaway is for US residents only. If you’re reading this on Goodreads, you must leave a comment on my blog page to be entered.)

 

 

 

 

 

Appearances

October 1st: Texas Teen Book Festival

Guess what? You’ll be able to buy Midnight Hour before the release date if you come to the Texas Teen Book Festival on Oct. 1st! Yup, that’s right, there will be copies of Midnight Hour for purchase–and I’ll sign them for you. So be sure to come to the festival at St. Edward’s University in Austin.

October 8th: Barbara Bush Library

Want to win a copy of Midnight Hour? Join me at the Barbara Bush Library in Spring, TX on Oct. 8th, 10:30-noon. I’ll be teaching a teen writing class, answering your questions and selling & signing my books. I ‘ll also be giving away 2 FREE copies of Midnight Hour! Come by and you could be a winner!

October 21st & 22nd: Herlufsholm Fantasy Bogmesse

I’ll be in Denmark a book fair called Herlufsholm Fantasy Bogmesse and it will be at the Herlufsholm School near the city of Naestved on October 21st and 22nd. I’ll be there with fellow YA authors Eva Oakenshield, Brian P. Orbol, Kenneth Bogh Anderson, Nanna Foss and Haidi Wigger Klaris.

November 12th: Murder By The Book

Nov. 12th catch me at Murder by the Book in Houston, TX at 4:30 PM. If you buy a copy of Midnight Hour at the signing, I’ll still give you a FREE copy of Fighting Back, Kylie and Lucas’ last story..

 

 

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