White Whisker Books, is having a special day at Vroman’s Bookstore on Thursday March 13th at 7 pm. That evening, they will be debuting two new books. The first is mine, Falling, the fourth and final book in The Falling Angels Saga. Here’s the cover blurb:
The End is Near
Will Megan Barnett go falling back into the arms of dreamy earth angel, Guy Matson, upon his return? Or, is she in fact, falling in love with the demon, Orthon? Or, will her out of control abilities send her falling into Satan’s open arms?
In the final, heart-stopping chapter of the Falling Angels Saga, Megan Barnett is on a quest to rid her life of Satan forever, but Satan has other plans, including a lavish wedding, and he’s willing to destroy her family and everyone she loves to have his way. To add to the drama, rogue demons have risen from hell with plans of their own.
Will Megan finally have her happily-ever-after, or is she doomed to an eternity in HELL?
On that evening, I will also be announcing the winner of my The Easter Egg Contest.
In the second presentation, author Shelly Lowenkopf will be bringing out his first collection of short fiction, Love Will Make You Drink and Gamble, Stay Out Late at Night. It's not officially published until June 5th, so this is a pre-publication party for Shelly, but there will be some advance copies for sale.
Shelly’s stories have been published in magazines and literary journals over the years. All the stories take place in Santa Barbara which, as Shelly describes, “is an oceanside city north of Los Angeles, where people go after they've burned out in San Francisco and L.A.—but there's no safe haven anywhere.” Shelly's presence has special significance for me as Shelly was my favorite writing professor at USC. It was Shelly who encouraged me to follow my dream. So we have him to blame :)
The party is open to the public. There will be refreshments served. I hope to see some of you there. Those of you who live in other parts of the country, please tell your friends in Southern Cal to come out and join us. I promise to take good care of them. Peace.