Thank you all for joining me in celebrating the book release of my second young adult urban fantasy, Summer Break Blues. This is the sequel to Senior Year Bites and picks up a few months after it left off with Meg’s graduation from high school.
We talked to Meg on the last blog. I thought today we could catch up with her two best friends, Steph and Ann.
Steph, we’ll start with you. Describe yourself.
Steph: I’m athletic, fun, um, I hunt supernatural creatures. I’m going to college soon.
Steph: Blue, like Meg and Ann.
Steph: Hot chocolate.
Ann: That is not food.
Steph: It should be.
What’s it like having Meg as a best friend?
Steph: It’s great! We don’t have to be afraid of going out after dark, like, ever again.
Have you ever been in love?
Steph: Gary is Amazing!
Okay, Ann, describe yourself.
Ann: I love to swim, sunbathe, lounge and hang out with friends.
Ann: I think I’m supposed to say Blue, but it’s really violet.
Ever been in love?
Ann: I thought so, but it must not be because I think Meg is trying to steal my boyfriend, and I do not think he minds.
And on that note, what’s it like to have Meg as a friend?
Meg managed to survive her senior year of high school as a vampire, and now she’s looking forward to a relaxing summer with her friends before trying to tackle college. Unfortunately, some unfinished business from the previous year rears its ugly head and Meg is forced to deal with the Sidhe who are distinctly unhappy that she killed one of their kind last winter. Then Ann’s parents vanish while they are on their annual summer vacation in Maine and it’s up to Meg and the rest of the gang to come to the rescue. Though she is still trying to figure out who, and what she has become, Meg and her friends feel they are up to the challenge. That is until things really start to fall apart.
You can find Summer Break Blues here:
And now for the good part. Decadent Publishing and I are giving away several books on this tour. You could win your choice of any Decadent/Bono Books ebook including Summer Break Blues, or Senior Year Bites. All you have to do for a chance to win is leave an email address and what format you’d like your book in. (PDF, Kindle or Nook). I will contact the winner to find out what book you’d like. I need this info so I can pass it on to my publisher so they can send you your book and to notify you that you won.