The Dark Days of summer are approaching so we’re sending four of our authors out on a five-city tour! Meet Kiera Cass, Kelley Armstrong, Kimberly Derting and Danielle Paige in a city near you this May.
THE TOUR DATES
Irving, Texas – The Irving Public Library
May 6th @ 7PM
Edmond, OK – Best of Books
May 7th @ 6:30PM
Kansas City, MO – B&N, Zona Rosa
May 8th @ 7PM
St. Louis, MO – Left Bank Books
May 9th @ 7PM
Chicago, IL – Anderson’s Bookshop
May 10th @ 2PM
Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige
Oz has turned into a savage dystopia under Dorothy’s rule—and now a new girl from Kansas must take her down. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz meets Kill Bill in this edgy, fast-paced, fantasy-adventure.
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The One (The Selection #3) by Kiera Cass
The Selection changed America Singer’s life in ways she never could have imagined. Since she entered the competition to become the next princess of Illéa, America has struggled with her feelings for her first love, Aspen—and her growing attraction to Prince Maxon. Now she’s made her choice . . . and she’s prepared to fight for the future she wants.
Find out who America will choose in The One, the enchanting, beautifully romantic third book in the Selection series!
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Sea of Shadows by Kelley Armstrong
Kelley Armstrong, #1 New York Times bestselling author, takes an exciting new direction with this big, breathtaking blend of fantasy, romance, horror, and pulse-pounding action.
Twin sisters Moria and Ashyn were marked at birth to become the Keeper and the Seeker of Edgewood, beginning with their sixteenth birthday. Trained in fighting and in the secret rites of the spirits, they lead an annual trip into the Forest of the Dead. There, the veil between the living world and the beyond is thinnest, and the girls pay respect to the spirits who have passed. But this year, their trip goes dreadfully wrong.
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The Taking by Kimberly Derting
The last thing Kyra Agnew remembers is a flash of bright light. She awakes to discover that five whole years have passed. Everyone in her life has moved on—her parents divorced, her boyfriend is in college and dating her best friend—but Kyra’s still the sixteen-year-old she was when she vanished. She finds herself drawn to Tyler, her boyfriend’s kid brother, despite her best efforts to ignore her growing attraction. In order to find out the truth, the two of them decide to retrace her steps from that fateful night. They discover there are others who have been “taken,” just like Kyra. Only, Kyra is the first person to have been returned past the forty-eight-hour taken mark. With a determined, secret government agency after her, Kyra desperately tries to find an explanation and reclaim the life she once had . . . but what if the life she wants back is not her own?
Danielle Paige is a graduate of Columbia University and currently lives in New York City. Before turning to young adult literature, she worked in the television industry, where she received a Writers Guild of America Award and was nominated for several Daytime Emmys. Dorothy Must Die is her first novel.
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Kiera Cass is a graduate of Radford University and currently lives in Blacksburg, Virginia, with her family. Her fantasy novel the siren was self-published in 2009. Kiera has kissed approximately fourteen boys in her life. None of them were princes.
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Kelley Armstrong is a Canadian fantasy and crime fiction writer whose works are often part of a larger series. The release of Thirteen in mid-2012 will mark the thirteenth and final novel in her urban fantasy Otherworld series. She has also written more than thirty short stories and novellas within that series.
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Kimberly’s writing career began in childhood when she made homemade coloring books using sheets of blank paper stapled together and tried to sell to sell them to her neighbors. Although as a young adult she had dreamed of becoming a veterinarian or a truck driver, this changed when as a 7th grade student she attended her first journalism class. In high school, she was the yearbook copy editor.
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