Oct 31, 2013

Release Day Launch: Jennifer Starks - Messy Death

Jennifer Starks - Messy Death

• Pub Date: October 31, 2013
• Publisher: Jennifer Starks
• Format: Paperback/Ebook, 307 pages
• Age Range: Adult

As lead of the city’s top paranormal Crime Scene Clean-Up crew, human Vira Silk has seen death, death, and more death. When she finds her unique bottle of perfume at two murder scenes, Vira begins to wonder if this potential serial killer might be someone she knows and loves. Now, her investigative abilities are put to the test as she must accept the help of a sexy Fae detective and his Blood Witch friend to uncover the mystery behind these messy deaths without becoming one of them.

Messy Death takes place three centuries into the future. Here humans can barely remember a time when creepy crawlies lived in the closet instead of next door.

Mickey: Hey, Jennifer Starks! Welcome to the blog! Please introduce yourself.
Jennifer: Hello there! My full name is Jennifer Minshall-Starks. (Yes, I’m “one of those” women who hyphenated her last name after marriage. LOL.) I have many titles/jobs, but mommy, wife, and writer are the three I like best.

Mickey: Messy Death is out today! Tell us about your novel.
Jennifer: Messy Death is (deep breath) a paranormal romance, urban fantasy mystery. My main character, Vira Silk, deals with death every day because she works for the CSCU department. (Crime Scene Clean-up.) The position didn’t make Vira anymore jaded or anti-social then she already was, but it gave her a reason to avoid connection. Until one day she meets a Paranormal man who refuses to leave her bedroom or her hears. Some of you might be thinking this is where the romance comes in, but you would be wrong. Vira Silk is a private person. As such, we only glimpse the time spent in this accidental relationship. Vira’s story begins five months after the boyfriend she didn’t want gives her a one-of-a-kind perfume, hinted at an even deeper commitment then left her high and dry. To avoid heartache, Vira throws herself into work and winds up earning a promotion. Sadly, her first day as boss doesn’t go well. The ones following are even worse because poor Vira stumbles across that one-of-a-kind bottle at two different murder scenes. She doesn’t want to believe there’s a connection between her and these women, but all too quickly we learn there most definitely is.

Mickey: I absolutely loved Vira's snark! Was any of her character inspired by your own personality?
Jennifer: I think writers put a little bit of themselves into each character they write. In some ways Vira was very easy to write. I can be a snarky person and I most certainly have the ability to put people in their place. However, Vira is jaded, anti-social and emotionally closed off. She avoids connection whereas I love getting to know people and developing new friendships. I have bouts of anti-social behavior, but nothing like her. Also, I could never, ever be a Crime Scene Clean-up member. It would haunt me. She doesn’t have a problem with it. In many ways, Vira finds it easier to relate to people after their dead. Morbid? Yes. But also very her. LOL.

Mickey: All of the names in this book are so awesome. Where do you come up with them?
Jennifer: I love this question because I love all the names too! Vira was actually supposed to be VI-ra, as in Elvira from The Adam’s family. I saw Vira as this big chested, black haired beauty that didn’t really participate in life. Elvira was more on the social side, but she encompassed the rest. Sadly, whenever I would write/read Vira’s name my brain always pronounced it Veer-ra. As for her last name, I thought it was ironic because she’s not a ‘soft as silk’ person. She’s dark and bristly. In general, I pick my names based on irony or something that coincides with their character. Lentle Maste was named for various reasons. Lent, as you may know, is the Christian season of preparation before Easter. During this time, Christians observe forty days of fasting/repentance. I found that amusing as Lentle Maste doesn’t repent for (using his words here) shit. I added the LE at the end because I thought to myself, self? What the hell is a Lentle? I realize it’s a bean, but it’s always baffled me. Lent’s character was the same way. I didn’t know what the hell he was until (literally) the very end of the book. His last name, Maste, came from my perception of him. I’ve always seen Lentle as the captain of a ship. He stands at the vessel’s mast, holding strong no matter what fate throws their way. I can’t talk about Rally’s name because more will be revealed about that later. As for Shepard, well his name was originally Leander because I thought it was fairy-ish without being sparkly. It became Shepard when I realized how many L names I had in Messy Death. (Mattock was originally, Latimer. This made it Leander, Latimer and Lentle. It got confusing. LOL.) I went with Shepard because I thought of him in terms of a police dog with a bone. He wants to solve cases. He wants to help Vira, but the red tape and PPD hoops prevent him from doing the kind of job he wants to do.

Mickey: What was your favorite part of the self-publishing process?
Jennifer: Honestly? There are only two things I’ve liked about it thus far. Meeting new people and the excitement of not knowing what’s going to happen next. In regards to self-pubbing, I sort of relate to Shepard. I feel like there’s a lot of hoops and red tape that prevent it from being super easy. Don’t get me wrong. It’s not oh-so hard, but there are a lot of things to learn. Things I didn’t expect.

Mickey: I'm a huge fan of audio books. If you could pick anyone, who would you choose to narrate Messy Death?
Jennifer: Oh my gosh. I would absolutely love for Selma Blair to do the audio book. As an actress, I know she has the ability to harness Vira’s jaded tone without losing those precious, and far between, moments of honest vulnerability.

Mickey: You are currently writing the sequel, Messy Life, right? Any other writing projects in the plans?
Jennifer: I do. I have Dead Luck in the works. It’s a stand-alone YA about a Wraith who wants to change her luck. I’m especially excited to start this project as I have never written a stand-alone before. I’m in the middle of Messy Victory, Emon Nowl’s short story and have plans for two other short stories involving some characters we meet in Messy Death. I have a YA book started called Prowling for Demons, but I’m reluctant to talk about that novel right now as it may undergo some drastic plot changes. I’m not sure yet.

Mickey: What do you like to do when you aren't writing?
Jennifer: Spend time with my family. Read. Hang out with friends. Occasionally, (very occasionally) I make it to the movies. The rest of the time, I play catch up with all the shows hanging out in my DVR.

Mickey: The question I ask everyone - What's your favorite fruit?
Jennifer: Hmm. That’s a hard one. The fruit I eat most would be bananas. I’m not sure that’s my favorite, but I for sure eat them on a regular basis.

Mickey: Thanks so much for being on the blog today! Any parting words?
Jennifer: Live on your own terms. Write how you want. Read what you like.

Jennifer Starks has been writing since the tender, but still wise beyond her years, age of eight. She gets giddy at the thought of visiting a bookstore, loves that good ole Library smell, is most at home on the couch reading or at her desk writing. She adores her children (though they make it entirely difficult to keep any kind of writing schedule) and is grateful her mother fostered a love of the arts. She adores her husband who supports the lifestyle even when that means listening to her write at 5 AM. Messy Death is Jennifer’s debut novel.

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Oct 30, 2013

Release Day Launch: Tessa Teevans - Ignite

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Title: Ignite (#1, Explosive Series)
Author: Tessa Teevan
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: October 30, 2013


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After nearly a year and a half of grieving the loss of her husband, twenty-seven year old Alexa Sullivan Tate is headed back to her hometown after a decade of being away. She has no idea her high school crush, Jace McAllister, the guy who stole her heart the same night that he broke it, is more than ready to pick up the pieces.

Jace has spent the last ten years in the Army defusing bomb after bomb, trying to forget the girl who ignited all his passions. Little does he know that the spark still exists.

Ten years ago they had smoldering chemistry, but the spark between them now might light a fuse that leads to an explosion even Jace can't stop. Not that he wants to. If only Alexa can get past her guilt and trust her heart again.

But how do you put it all on the line when you've already lost everything once before?

*While this is a series, each book will be standalone with spinoff characters.



I nod, and she makes her way down the hall that I now see is lined with photographs. My stomach tightens, but I figure that I need to get this over with if I’m going to be staying here. I walk towards them, stopping at the first picture. I’m guessing it’s from the day they first met, the time she told me about, because she’s giving him a playful frown while he’s grinning at her like he’s already half in love with her, which, to be honest, he probably was. I feel a slight twinge as I take in the picture, knowing that at that moment he had no idea how short of a life he was going to have with her. Hell, he probably wouldn’t have even cared, as long as he had her while he could.

Shaking the thought out of my head, I browse each one. There are candid shots of them mixed throughout professional ones from events such as her graduation, Sierra and Jeremy’s wedding, and what looks like an engagement party. As I pass each picture, it’s becoming more real to me that she had a whole separate life before we reconnected. Strangely, I’m not bothered by it, seeing how happy she looks in these pictures, even though it was with another man and not me. I’ll admit that I was a little worried when she told me about their fighting, but looking at these pictures? I know Ty made her a happy woman, and I’m grateful that she had that while she could. Do I wish it had been me? Fuck yes, but what can you do?

Coming to the last picture, I’m breathless as the image of Alexa in a wedding dress enters my vision. I’m moving in for closer inspection when she comes out of her room, stopping when she catches me. Her hand covers her mouth as she closes her eyes for a split second. She swallows hard before walking towards me. She reaches out her hand as if to touch my arm before pulling it back, obviously thinking better of it.

“Jace, I… This is probably awkward, I’m sorry. I just… I wasn’t expecting you, and I don’t…” She trails off as she stares at the wall, glancing at the picture before turning her eyes towards the floor.


About the Author
I'm a twenty six year old book junkie who is also obsessed with sports. Bengals, Buckeyes, Reds are my teams! I work for the government during the day, hang out with Air National Guard on the weekends, and am married to a guy 15 inches taller than me. We're quite the pair! We currently live right outside of Dayton, OH with our two cats.

I've been reading since I was a kid. My mom was a librarian, so it was a given. Heck, she even made sure we watched Wishbone instead of the Smurfs. In 2011 when I graduated from college, my mom bought me a Nook, and then in the summer of 2012 I found this amazing site called Goodreads. I was introduced to so many amazing indie/self-published authors. After reading almost 400 books that year, my husband gave me the push to finally sit down and write my own. It was a rocky start, but over time the words started flowing and I couldn't get Jace and Lexi out of my head.

If I’m not writing or looking through tons of photos of hot men, all in the name of research, then you can probably find me curled up with my Kindle, ignoring the rest of the world. I love my sports almost as much as I love my books. My other obsessions include red wine, hot men, country music, and all things Grace Potter.

I LOVE to hear from readers, so please feel free to contact via any social media site listed below.

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Oct 29, 2013

Blog Tour: Jennifer L. Armentrout - Pure

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Jennifer L. Armentrout - Pure (Covenant #2)

• Pub Date: April 3, 2012
• Publisher: Spencer Hill Press
• Format: Paperback/Ebook, 329 pages
• Age Range: Young Adult

There is need. And then there is Fate.

Being destined to become some kind of supernatural electrical outlet isn't exactly awesome--especially when Alexandria's "other half" is everywhere she goes. Seth's in her training room, outside her classes, and keeps showing up in her bedroom--so not cool. Their connection does have some benefits, like staving off her nightmares of the tragic showdown with her mother, but it has no effect on what Alex feels for the forbidden, pure-blooded Aiden. Or what he will do--and sacrifice--for her. When daimons infiltrate the Covenants and attack students, the gods send furies--lesser gods determined to eradicate any threat to the Covenants and to the gods, and that includes the Apollyon--and Alex. And if that and hordes of aether-sucking monsters didn't blow bad enough, a mysterious threat seems willing to do anything to neutralize Seth, even if that means forcing Alex into servitude--or killing her. When the gods are involved, some decisions can never, ever be undone.

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# 1 New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Jennifer L. Armentrout Lives in West Virginia.

All the rumors you heard about her state aren’t true.

Well, mostly. When she's not hard at work writing, she spends her time, reading, working out, watching zombie movies, and pretending to write.

She is the author of the Covenant Series (Spencer Hill Press), the Lux Series (Entangled Teen), Don't Look Back (Disney/Hyperion) and a yet untitled novel (Disney/Hyperion), and new YA paranormal series with Harlequin Teen.

Jennifer also writes New Adult and Adult romance under the pen name J. Lynn. The Gamble Brothers Series (Tempting the Best Man/Tempting the Player) and Wait for You. Under her pen name, she is published with Entangled Brazen and HarperCollins.

Oct 28, 2013

Meatless Monday: Faith McKay - Prophecy Girl

On Mondays I will be featuring fellow vegetarian and vegan book people. Today on the blog, I have a really cool vegan author who is sharing a great Q&A on what it's like to be a vegan. We get asked some question that are entertaining, so check them out to learn more! <3

Why I Am A Vegan

I was just becoming a teenager when I went vegetarian, and leaving my teen years when I became vegan. When I went vegetarian it was in large because we had just gotten the internet at home. The idea of eating animals had always bothered me, but I was told you had to. When I got on the internet, I discovered that wasn't true. If I didn't HAVE to eat animals, I didn't really see a point. I grew up with dogs I was very close to, and the idea of eating animals always freaked me out.

I loved cheese. I went through phases where I went a lot of eggs. I had issues with my hormones being out of whack, giving me painful periods and a myriad of other health issues. My gyno suggested I eat less dairy, but I kind of blew that off for a few years before deciding it was something to TRY. I wasn't hopeful about it. The first six months or so, I really missed cheese.

However, about three months into being vegan, I started having normal-ish periods and my hormone issues improved dramatically. That was better than cheese.

After I got over the cheese issue, I eventually found that the idea of eating cheese really grossed me out. I've had a couple of friends who went vegetarian or vegan who found the same thing--three to twelve months after making the change, the alternative sounded like eating mud.

Sometimes people suggest the idea of ""going back"", but the longer I'm vegan, the more reasons I find for being that way. It's such a huge part of who I am at this point that I rarely even think of it as being different from anyone else, to tell you the truth. It's like the color of my eyes or the fact that my feet are too big to buy women's shoes in most stores--it's a part of who I am.

Questions I Get Asked as a Vegan:

Q: What would happen if you ate some meat or cheese right now?
A: I would evaporate.

No, not really. But I would get a bad tummy ache.

Q: Don't you want to try this? I won't tell.
A: I'm good, thanks.

Q: The pizza came out with meat on it. Can't you just pick it off?
A: *sigh* The ""just"" in this sentence makes it out like I'm being difficult for fun or something. I'd just like to eat food, thanks. And this is going to sound gross, but to me, it's a lot like you just pooped on my food and asked me to pick it off. No thanks.

Q: Doesn't it seem like a lot of work just to eat?
A: I've been vegan for a long time, so I don't really notice it. When you first become vegan it can be really annoying trying to figure out what to eat and build up a good list of things you enjoy eating. This is why, as a seasoned vegan, I'm always happy to send people recipe files. Once you get the hang of it, it's just eating.

Q: Do you like animals more than people? (This is usually phrased as a very rude accusation, actually.)
A: I kind of like most animals more than you right now. *makes a face*

The real question people are asking here, I think, is whether I value an animals life more than my own. And the answer is of course not. If I felt like I wasn't a healthy happy vegan I would probably make different choices. My belief all along has been that since I don't have any reason that I NEED to eat animals, or hold them in pens so I can drink their milk, why would I? It's a pretty gross practice, to tell you the truth.

Q: Do you think bad things about me because I eat meat?
A: No. Most vegans I meet don't, either--though some definitely do. Personally, I don't really think a whole lot about what it is you eat, to tell you the truth. I'm busy being excited about what's on my own plate, and discussing more interesting parts of your life with you. As long as you're happy with your eating choices, I don't care, I promise.

My Favorite Vegan Recipe

Vegan Chowder
  • 1 cup sliced carrots
  • 1 cup sliced broccoli
  • 2.5 TBSP flour
  • 1/2 tsp cumin
  • 1/8 tsp ground red pepper
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 cup vegetable broth
  • 1 and 1/4 cups diced potatoes
  • 2 cups frozen corn
  • 1 cup soy milk
  • 1/4 tsp pepper

Saute the carrots and broccoli until tender in some oil.

Stir flour, cumin, and ground red pepper into vegetables, cook 1 minute stirring constantly.

Gradually stir in water. Add broth and potato. Bring mixture to a boil stirring frequently. Cover, reduce heat, and simmer 10 minutes or until potato is tender. Add corn and remaining ingredients. Cook until thoroughly heated (10 minutes on simmer).

Alternate suggestions: You can use red peppers, onions, or any other vegetable in place of the broccoli or carrots to mix things up. Frozen peas or green beans are an interesting switch for some of the corn. You can easily double this, though you will want to cook the potatoes for a little bit longer.

Faith McKay - Prophecy Girl

• Pub Date: November 24, 2012
• Publisher: Faith McKay
• Format: Paperback/Ebook, 248 pages
• Age Range: Young Adult
Ever since Samantha Winthrop's mother moved them to Lacuna Valley, supposedly in search of better weather, the list of strange questions she has no answers for has been growing out of control.

Does her little sister, Violet, have the ability to make things happen just by "praying" for them? Are Sam's dreams really predicting the future? Is she destined to marry the boy she just met, and what is the mysterious orb that he's guarding? Why does she get the impression that there are dangerous creatures watching from the woods?

While Sam should be focusing on answering those questions, there is one other that makes them seem almost irrelevant: Is her mother planning on killing her and Violet?

Faith McKay writes stories about characters with real world struggles in otherworldly settings. She is the author of PROPHECY GIRL, a story where characters struggle with the idea of having a destiny. In comparison, she feels really lucky that her destiny was to struggle with comma placement and be that awkward lady who points out puns at parties.

Other things to know about Faith… She wears two different colored shoes. She is a survivor of child abuse. She has lived with chronic illness for over a decade. A lot of people don't like her because she laughs too much. It's also the reason a lot of other people do like her, so go figure. She listens to more music than people are probably supposed to. She's a nomad. The word sounds really cool, so a lot of people say it, but she actually lives in an RV with her husband and their pet bunny rabbit, Dorian Gray.

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Cover Reveal: Rachel Brookes - Breathless

Rachel Brookes - Breathless
(Breathe #1.5)

Pub Date: November 26, 2013

One look from Savannah Rae was all it took for Tate Connors to fall.

From the first moment he laid eyes on her, his world was irrevocably shaken. He’s willing to accept that his life will never be the same again, but when she has to leave for New York the distance becomes more than either of them expected.

Tate is left alone with not only an empty bed but also a thousand thoughts running through his head. Insecurities soar as he wonders if he could ever really be the kind of man Savannah deserves.

When the demons of his past continue to threaten the future he so desperately craves, Tate knows he has to make the ultimate choice. Risk destroying his relationship and his family with one life changing decision, or gamble on fate and hope the past stays exactly that…the past.

Rachel Brookes is from a coastal town on the east coast of Australia where beaches, kangaroos and surfers roam free. She writes angsty love stories with a pinch of craziness, a dash of drama, a cup of romance and a spoonful of sexiness… oh and the main ingredient hot guys.

Rachel sometimes forgets to eat, sometimes forgets to sleep and sometimes can’t remember the last time she cleaned her apartment but that’s because she is in a long term relationship with her laptop and is constantly writing.

When she does step away from her laptop she can be found taking too many photos, making scrumptious cocktails, laughing at Adam Sandler movies and spending her time with her amazing family and friends.

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Oct 27, 2013

Release Day Launch: Selena Laurence - Camouflaged

Selena Laurence - Camouflaged
(Hiding From Love #0.5)

• Pub Date: October 24, 2013
• Publisher: C.P. Writes, LLC
• Format: Ebook, 122 pages
• Age Range: New Adult

**This a Novella length work approximately 36,000 words. Intended for ages 18+ only**

Gabe Thompson enlisted to help out his buddy, but three years later he's 100% US military bad boy, serving in the desert of Afghanistan where the days are hot, but the nights are hotter.

Alexis Garcia is out to save the world. The University of Texas freshman has come to Afghanistan to do aid work with the United Nations. She's all about the peace, and she has no use for the camp's biggest, baddest, gun toting player.

But, sometimes camouflage is more than a color, and people aren't what they seem. When conflict develops not only between Gabe and Alexis, but also all around them, they're forced to look deeper, and what they find will rock their worlds and change their hearts forever.

As an added bonus, Camouflaged has three special excerpts at the end: one from its sequel, Hidden; one from Rouge by the amazingly talented Leigh Talbert Moore; and one from the bestseller, Very Bad Things, by Ilsa Madden-Mills.


5 STARS: “absolutely amazing. Definitely another book that is going on my perfect romance shelf.” – Heather, Not Everyone’s Mama Book Reviews

4 STARS: “Selena does a fantastic job building the characters and the story line so that you’re sucked in from page one.” – Michele, Goodreads

5 STARS: “well written beautiful storyline and characters” – Caryn, Goodreads

5 STARS: “This is a perfect love story” – Mary, Goodreads

4 STARS: “Selena Laurence grabs you from the first paragraph and pulls you into Gabe and Alexis' story which keeps you interested until the very end.” – Mary, Goodreads

Selena Laurence lives in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and spends a hell of a lot of time at soccer games, on her laptop, and reading. She requires a Mocha Latte every day to function, keeps a goldendoodle at her feet most of the time, and has more kids than she knows what to do with. Her husband, Mr. Laurence, spends as much time as he can at the office and the gym in order to avoid the kids, the dog, the laptop and the reading, but he always shows up for the soccer games, and he makes a mean Mocha Latte.

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Oct 26, 2013

Cover Reveal: Kellie Sheridan - Duality

I'm LATE! She revealed her cover on Thursday, and it's awesome! So I thought I'd still post about it because, well, she's fantastic and I can't WAIT for this book! So check out this awesome cover. Head to Goodreads to find out about book 1 in the series, Mortality. It's great!! Especially around this time of year. ZOMBIES!

Designed by: Annette Marie

Pub Date: December 31, 2013

The end of everything came quickly, but the road back is endless and full of heartbreak.

After months of only death and loss, Veritas may be the answer everyone has been searching for—a cure. Savannah wants nothing more than to begin rebuilding, but with both the Initiative and the United Militia vying for power, there are no easy answers. Ending the threat for good could mean becoming something far worse than the monsters she is fighting against.

The infected will not go quietly. For Chelsea, the choice to step back into the world of the living is anything but simple. No miracle can erase the memories of the things she saw or the people she killed. While the girl she was struggles against the beast she became, Chelsea must make a choice—succumb or fight.

I have been in love with stories in all of their forms for as long as I can remember. Admittedly, sometimes that means falling into places like Stars Hollow and Sunnydale, but books have always been my true love. In early 2011 I began writing a book blog in order to share my favorite reads with book lovers. From there, the bookish community encouraged me to stop sitting on my own stories and share them instead. Since then I’ve been madly devouring everything I can about digital publishing.

For the past two years I have been mainly obsessed with young adult books, but my favorite stories still come from the adult fantasy genre. As far as I’m concerned, Briggs, Bishop, Vincent and Vaughn are all must reads.

I spent part of my twenties living in Galway, Ireland and swooning after various lilting accents but am now back home in Ontario, Canada. My family includes two Glen of Imaal Terriers and a Green Cheek Conure.

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Oct 25, 2013

Have You Heard About #HoustonBookRave?

I wish I could go. Enjoy!!

Have you heard about the #HoustonBookRave?

Did you know one of the biggest book signing events is going to happen in Houston, Texas?

That’s right, it’s the Houston BookRave and it is coming up fast! This
event will be held Saturday, November 2, 2013 and will offer a unique
experience where readers from everywhere can meet with their favorite authors
in person. At this exciting event there will also be entertainment, exclusive
giveaways, exclusive early book releases and delicious food that everyone can

We are very proud that we have already
partnered up with Barnes and Nobles Deerbrook Mall and Galena Park Independent
School District for this event. Part of the proceeds will benefit GPISD’s
Education Foundation which provides students and teachers with grants.

13801 Holly Park Drive Houston, Texas 77015


8:00am -6:00pm

You can find an updated author list HERE.

You can get your FREE ticket for the signing HERE.

Then, to end the evening, there will be an awesome #HoustonBookRave After Party! 

Tickets for the after party are only $25.00.

Included in that price:
  • Food
  • Drinks
  • Music
  • Prizes (Drawn every 20-30 minutes)
  • and tons more!

Below are some of the prizes that will be given away at the after party.

The party also has a theme.


If you decide to attend below are some really cool ideas for costumes.

 You can either paint a mask on, or buy one on ebay or a local store. They aren't hard to find. :) 

Get your after party ticket HERE: http://houstonbookrave.blogspot.com/p/after-party.html

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