Good Things Utah

Last week I was invited as a guest on Good Things Utah (an ABC program) to talk creative writing and Teen Author Boot Camp, a non-profit I helped found.

It was fun to be on set and see life behind the scenes.

 

And I can’t lie, it was nerve-wracking to be interviewed on live TV. I can think of more than a hundred things that could have gone wrong in those short five minutes. 🙂

Here’s the clip if you want to check it out!

http://www.good4utah.com/good-things-utah/gtu-featured-guest/how-teens-can-get-better-at-creative-writing/659299539

CLANLESS Tour (NEW ENGLAND EDITION)

meOctober has been packed with a book launch, school visits, conventions, and so much more!

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Some of my favorite writing buddies.

The party started at the Provo City Library in Utah where so many friends, family, and readers came to show their support for CLANLESS.

I’ve said it a hundred times, but my family and friends really are my super power. I was overwhelmed by their love and support.

Two days later I hopped on a red-eye flight to New York City to discuss the importance of incorporating diversity, class systems, etc into fantasy/fiction at the New York Comic Con.

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New York Comic Con panel

I paneled with some AMAZING people who were all lovely and offered great insight on the topic.

After New York I headed to Boston for a day of play and to feed the historian within me before heading north.

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Then it was up to New Hampshire where I had the privilege of visiting students at Londonderry Middle School and Bow Memorial (my old school!).

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My 9th Grade English teacher, Mrs. Graves is still teaching. Seeing her again was simply amazing.
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I received the most amazing welcome from all of the schools I visited!
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Bow Memorial School found my yearbook picture and blew it up for the school bulletin board. How cool is that??!!

If I look exhausted in this book signing at the Manchester, NH Barnes and Noble, it’s because I am!  Thank you to everyone who made this quick trip possible.

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I hope you enjoy CLANLESS!

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YA Scavenger Hunt-Hosting Claire Luana

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Welcome to YA Scavenger Hunt! This bi-annual event was first organized by author Colleen Houck as a way to give readers a chance to gain access to exclusive bonus material from their favorite authors…and a chance to win some awesome prizes! At this hunt, you not only get access to exclusive content from each author, you also get a clue for the hunt. Add up the clues, and you can enter for our prize–one lucky winner will receive one book from each author on the hunt in my team! But play fast: this contest (and all the exclusive bonus material) will only be online for 72 hours!

Go to the YA Scavenger Hunt page to find out all about the huntteam-purple-2. There are eight contests going on simultaneously, and you can enter one or all! I am a part of the PURPLE TEAM–but there are a bunch of other teams and chances to win different sets of books!

If you’d like to find out more about the hunt, see links to all the authors participating, and see the full list of prizes up for grabs, go to the YA Scavenger Hunt page.

SCAVENGER HUNT PUZZLE

Directions: Below, you’ll notice that I’ve hidden my favorite number. Collect the favorite numbers of all the authors on the purple team, and then add them up (don’t worry, you can use a calculator!).

Entry Form: Once you’ve added up all the numbers, make sure you fill out the form here to officially qualify for the grand prize. Only entries that have the correct number will qualify.

Rules: Open internationally, anyone below the age of 18 should have a parent or guardian’s permission to enter. To be eligible for the grand prize, you must submit the completed entry form by DATE, at noon Pacific Time. Entries sent without the correct number or without contact information will not be considered.

SCAVENGER HUNT POST

claireToday, I am hosting Claire Luana on my website for the YA Scavenger Hunt!

Claire Luana lives in Seattle with her husband and two dogs. By day, she works as a commercial litigation attorney, and by night, she writes fantasy novels.

Find out more information by checking out her website or find more about the author’s book here!

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Book Description
When 17-year old Kai is exposed as a female sorceress—a moonburner, she knows the punishment is death. Despite the odds against her, Kai escapes her fate and undertakes a harrowing journey to a land where moonburners are revered and trained as warriors.
But the moonburner citadel is not the place of refuge and learning that Kai imagined. The ongoing war against the male sorcerers, or sunburners, has led the citadel leadership down a dark path that could spell the end of all magic. Armed with a secret from her past and a handsome but dangerous ally in the sunburner prince, Kai may be the only one able to prevent the destruction of her people.

EXCLUSIVE CONTENT FOR SUNBURNER

 This selection is the Prologue to Sunburner, which is due out in Spring 2017. Sunburner is the sequel to Moonburner.

Sunburner, by Claire Luana

The days and nights blended together in this place of darkness. They slid food through the slot at the base of the door from time to time. The prisoner suspected, from the deep gnawing hunger in her belly, that it was not every day. Her body was wasting away, eating itself from the inside out.

At least they didn’t hurt her. She supposed she should be grateful for that. Overall, this captivity was far more pleasant than her last. This time, they seemed content to let her slowly waste away, forgotten and alone.

But she hadn’t resigned herself to death. And so yet again, she prepared to perform the ritual that should summon the goddess. She didn’t have light and she didn’t have a sacrifice. She only had the words, her will, and her own blood. She didn’t have a weapon; they wouldn’t have been foolish enough to leave her in here with a means to end her life. So she scratched ragged marks across her inner arm with her fingernail, bringing the warm blood welling to the surface. She couldn’t see in the darkness, but she could smell the metallic tang of the blood as it mingled with the smells of her filth, feel its slick wetness against her skin. She could feel the scabs up and down her arms, bearing witness to her previous failed attempts to summon the goddess.

This time, though, this time she had something different. She didn’t have a sacrifice, but she did have a bone, picked from the measly scrap of oily meat that had been her latest meal. Maybe the blood and the bone together would come close enough to the little creatures she used to sacrifice to summon her.

The prisoner dipped the bone in the blood coating her forearm, and chanted the words she had said so many times. Please. She willed it to work. Please.

For the first time in what must have been many weeks, something did happen. A breeze tickled her skin, and electricity crackled in the air, raising the hairs on the back of her neck.

The goddess appeared, radiant in gray light.

The prisoner closed her eyes and cowered from the being, the sudden brightness burning her retinas. As she cracked her eyes, letting them adjust to the light, the goddess’s figure became clear, her black gown billowing as if in a storm. She filled the space of the small filthy cell, towering over the cringing prisoner. “Why have you summoned me to this place?”

“I have been jailed,” the prisoner said. “They mean to let me die in this cell. Please free me, so I can continue your work.”

“Why should I?” the goddess asked sternly. “You failed. The moon and sunburners are at peace. The centuries of hatred and war that we have worked for threaten to be for nothing. Without the discord and death, we are wasting away.”

The irony of that statement was not lost on the prisoner, as she looked down at her own emaciated form for the first time in months, dimly lit by the goddess’s glow. She fought down the urge to laugh. It came out as a deranged hiccup.

“There must be some way I can be of use to you,” the prisoner pleaded, her mind racing. “The burners think me a traitor. Think of what pain it will cause them if I escape and assist in their downfall. They will fight amongst themselves, blaming each other.”

The goddess seemed to consider her, though it was hard to tell though the blurry nothingness where her face should be. “Perhaps you may be of use to me yet.”

“How?” the woman said eagerly, latching on to the goddess’s statement like a lifeline. “Let me help you. I will do anything.”

“Anything?” the goddess asked. “You do not even know the task.”

The question was a test. She had no real choice here. She had made her choice two decades before, in the dark dank of another cell. “The task doesn’t matter. I will serve,” the prisoner said.

The goddess seemed satisfied. “The era of the burners is coming to an end. They have stood in our way long enough. We will destroy their power so they are left with nothing but the bitter memory of their former glory and remake this world so it serves us.”

“I don’t understand,” the prisoner admitted, afraid to voice the words, but more afraid to misunderstand her mission. “Burning needs the sun and the moon. How could you destroy that power?”

“That is not your concern,” the goddess said sternly. “Your only concern should be whether you will do your part to bring about the end of this world, and usher in a new one. A world of darkness.”

She already lived in a world of darkness. The darkness of her cell was only a shadow of the blackness that lived in her soul, what she had been twisted into. She had left the light a long time ago. “Tell me what to do,” she said.

And don’t forget to enter the contest for a chance to win a ton of books by me, Claire Luana, and more! To enter, you need to know that my favorite number is 25. Add up all the favorite numbers of the authors on the blue team and you’ll have all the secret code to enter for the grand prize!

CONTINUE THE HUNT

To keep going on your quest for the hunt, you need to check out the next author!

YA Scavenger Hunt Oct 4-9

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I’m so excited that CLANLESS is being featured as part of the  YA Scavenger Hunt. Yay for team PURPLE! The hunt runs from October 4-9. Keep reading so you can play the game. Have fun and happy hunting!

(Content that follows is borrowed from YA Scavenger Hunt website.)

If you have never participated in a YA Scavenger Hunt before than this post is for you.

We are so glad that you have joined us! Hunting is so much fun and I always discover new authors and their books. It’s also fun to get to know each author and have access to exclusive content that each author offers. Oh, and I can’t neglect to mention all the amazing chances at prizes!

HOW DO I PARTICIPATE? WHAT DO I DO? I’M A NEWBIE! HELP!!!

The YA Scavenger Hunt is run twice a year. Once in April and once in October. It runs from Thursday to Sunday. So you have just three full days to participate.

We open author registration 6-8 weeks before each hunt. If you have a favorite YA author, this is the best time to reach out to them through twitter or Facebook or email and encourage them to sign up.

Author registration closes and teams are announced 1-2 weeks before the hunt begins. This gives everyone enough time to get their posts together and we can hopefully work out any kinks beforehand.

On Thursday at noon (pacific time) all authors posts go live and the hunt can begin. Then this is the part where you come in.

  1. Pick a team or a specific author. Start there. Go to their site (we link to each author’s sites here at YA Scavenger Hunt).
  2. Find their YA Scavenger Hunt post. It should be super easy to tell which one it is because it will have our graphic on it.
  3. Read their post which will include an author bio, book info, exclusive content, (not always but in most cases) a giveaway, and a link to another author’s webpage.
  4. Look for a number on the post. This could be big and colored. It could be “you need to know…” It should be pretty easy to figure out which number you need to know. Write this number down.
  5. Click the link at the bottom of the post so you can continue the hunt within that same team.
  6. Repeat steps 2-5 until you have visited all the authors for one team.
  7. Add up the numbers that you collected from all the authors of one team. Visit our ENTER HERE page, find the appropriate Rafflecopter, and submit your entry.
  8. Repeat for every team that you want.
  9. Optionally, watch your TO BE READ list grow and grow.

Need just a bit more help? Here’s a sample scenario. Do not use these numbers for the actual hunt as they are just a sample.

Let’s say Colleen Houck, Tera Lynn Childs, and Beth Revis are all on Team Yellow. I choose to start with Colleen Houck and go to her page. Colleen Houck is hosting Tera Lynn Childs so on Colleen’s page I will find information about Tera Lynn Childs, her book, and her exclusive content. The number I find is 7. The giveaway I will find is hosted by Colleen Houck though so if I enter the giveaway here, I’m entering to win a book from Colleen Houck.

Colleen Houck links to Tera Lynn Childs so I head there next. Tera Lynn Childs is hosting Beth Revis so I get to read about Beth Revis, her book, and her exclusive content. The number I see is 23. If I see a giveaway, this is for something from Tera Lynn Childs.

Tera Lynn Childs links to Beth Revis who is hosting Colleen Houck. I’ll read about Colleen Houck, her book, and her exclusive content with a giveaway by Beth Revis. The number here is 3. The link at the end of the post will go back to Colleen Houck at which point I know I am done with Team Yellow.

I take the three numbers I have collected (7, 23, and 3) and add them together (33). I head to the ENTER HERE page on YA Scavenger Hunt, find the rafflecopter for Team Yellow and enter the number 33 to be entered to win a book from all three authors on that team.

Last tips and hints!
Not all authors are going to host personal giveaways.
If you can’t find where you should be going, you can always visit our STUCK page for help.
If you need help, you can leave a comment on this site, post on the YA Scavenger Hunt Facebook page, or tweet @YAScavengerHunt on twitter.

A Little Catch Up

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I’ve had an amazing year as a debut author, and before CLANLESS, the second book of the NAMELESS series, releases on October 4th, I need to do a little blogging repentance and update this UPDATES page.

In the past year, I’ve had the chance to do book signings in book stores, Comic Con, writers conferences, and schools from the west coast to the east coast.

 

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img_4941hzwq5250 Signing with authors Julie Reece in Alpharetta, GA and Ilima Todd in Salt Lake City, UT. Cool opportunity to sign a book for Utah’s Attorney General Reyes.

 

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Fancy night out at the after party for ApollyCon in Savannah, GA.
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Tea with regency author, Sarah M. Eden
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Hanging out in the green room with author Christopher Paolini at Salt Lake Fan X (Comic Con).
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Carving out time to do some “work” in beautiful locales.
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During my interview with the Kit Lit Drink Night podcast in Raleigh, NC, I was exposed to perhaps the greatest drink combination of all time: Pepsi and peanuts! Glorious!
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Had the full southern experience by eating  fried chicken on a sweet potato pancake the size of a basketball. (no, I didn’t come close to finishing it!) No wonder the south didn’t rise again. I could barely get out of my chair at the restaurant after attempting that meal.
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This Wilmington, NC donut shop was amazing. I still haven’t forgiven my local tour guide for insisting upon the stop.
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I’ve been to visit multiple schools in multiple states. There really is nothing better than connecting with teens and sharing a love for literacy and big goals.
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I enjoy challenging teens to put themselves on the page. I’ve had the privilege of working with some great teen writers over the course of this year. These teens in South Carolina were particularly impressive.

attachment-1I’m excited for the next chapter in my publishing journey!

The CLANLESS release party is on October 4th at 7:00 pm at the Provo Library. There will be some fun activities for kids (and adults!) as well as a brief presentation about CLANLESS, followed by a signing.

If you can’t make it to Utah, you can order signed copies through my local bookstore, The Kings English. Or if you just want to get your paws on the book, it’s available everywhere books are sold online and in a number of Barnes and Nobles and Targets across the USA.

What a MONTH!

This month has been AMAZING!  Here is the Reader’s Digest version of the last 30 days of my life…

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Had my first official My first signing!signing
sitting next to award-winning author, Peggy Eddleman. Peggy is a good friend and I couldn’t think of a better person with whom to sign.

Also at Comic Con, I sat on a few panels, and moderated a panel with my old friend, James Dashner.Dashner cc
I even got a little crazy for my Hobbit panel. Ears and all.elf

Mysteries of Cove Book Launch

Not even a week following Comic Con, Jeff's launchI participated in the craziest, book launch celebration of the century with mentor and friend, J. Scott Savage. I shared the stage with author all-stars Brandon Mull, Jennifer Nielsen, and James Dashner along with several other amazing author friends. IMG_1020It was a great night filled with sketch comedy, steampunk, a long signing, and over 1,500 people in the crowd.  (BTW, if you can’t spot me in the group pic, I’m the dork in the leather cap in the back row).

 

Provo City Library Book Launch

12118588_10205067717399134_9037010762759640977_nThe actual book didn’t release until October 6th, the night of my Provo Launch Party in the massive Ballroom of the library.  I couldn’t believe how many friends, family, Teen Author Boot Campers, and people I’d never even met before came out to celebrate the Nameless release. My writers group gave me the best introduction of all time and so many people dressed up in full tribal attire to represent their clan. 10915156_974194089308058_224774781443127827_nI have to give the kids in attendance HUGE props for their stellar costumes. They took tribal to a whole new level.

The King’s English Book Launch

IMG_1035This Salt Lake City event was a little more calm than my Provo bash, but it was SO wonderful to see old friends and meet new people. Before the event, I got to sit down with Bridget, a contributor with the popular Dark Faerie Tales blog, for a video interview. Here’s a link to her interview.

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Her depiction of Joshua!

I also got to sign my first ever Nameless fan art by one of my past Teen Author Boot Campers. (Love these teens so stinking much)

Other events in October…

The Utah Humanities Book Festival

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Shannon Hale, Valynne Maetani, Matthew Kirby, Jamie Kirby, and yours truly sporting our clans

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Nameless was featured in a Salt Lake Tribune article written to promote the festival. You can read the actual article HERE.

 

“Teen Reads Week” with Sara B. Larson at American Leadership AcademyALA


Throughout this whole crazy month, I’ve had some amazing reviews (including my very first Kirkus review!!!) and have met some wonderful people. I’m slowing down for a little while to finish writing book 3 in the Nameless series, but I will never forget this month and all of the people who supported me through this whirlwind experience.

NAMELESS: RELEASE DAY!

I’ve had several authors tell me about the emotional ride which accompanies releasing a debut novel. Up until now, I admit I thought they exaggerated the emotional, exhausting ride. So much work goes into preparing for a book release, and if it doesn’t kill me, it might just be one of the coolest things I’ve ever done.COVER

To all of my family and friends who’ve supported me in this process, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

To the crazy-awesome bloggers who have, in some cases, threatened the lives of their friends if they didn’t read my book, thank you for your MIND BLOWING reviews and support. Consider yourselves family from here on out! Jaime (my publicist), you’re an angel.

To all of my potential readers, I hope you enjoy NAMELESS!

Just a friendly reminder that the best way to support an author is by leaving honest reviews online.

If you can’t  make it to my launch party, here are a few pics to give you an idea of what you’re missing.
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You can buy NAMELESS at any of the following retailers:
Amazon
Barnes and Noble
Kobo
BAM
IndieBound
iBooks
Google Play

YA Scavenger Hunt

Welcome to YA Scavenger Hunt! This bi-annual event was first organized by author Colleen Houck as a way to give readers a chance to gain access to exclusive bonus material from their favorite authors…and a chance to win some awesome prizes! At this hunt, you not only get access to exclusive content from each author, you also get a clue for the hunt. Add up the clues, and you can enter for our prize–one lucky winner will receive one signed book from each author on the hunt in my team! But play fast: this contest (and all the exclusive bonus material) will only be online for 72 hours!Team Teal-2 Go to the YA Scavenger Hunt page to find out all about the hunt. There are SIX contests going on simultaneously, and you can enter one or all! I am a part of the TEAL TEAM–but there are also blue, gold, orange, green, pink, purple and red teams for a chance to win a whole different set of signed books!

To see the full list of prizes up for grabs, go to the YA Scavenger Hunt page.

SCAVENGER HUNT PUZZLE
 
Directions: Below, you’ll notice that I’ve listed my favorite number. Collect the favorite numbers of all the authors on the teal team, and then add them up (don’t worry, you can use a calculator!).
 
Entry Form: Once you’ve added up all the numbers, make sure you fill out the form here to officially qualify for the grand prize. Only entries that have the correct number will qualify.
Rules: Open internationally, anyone below the age of 18 should have a parent or guardian’s permission to enter. To be eligible for the grand prize, you must submit the completed entry form by Oct 5th, at noon Pacific Time. Entries sent without the correct number or without contact information will not be considered.
SCAVENGER HUNT POST
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Today, I am hosting Amy K. Nichols on my website for the YA Scavenger Hunt! Amy K. Nichols holds a master’s in literature and studied medieval paleography before switching her focus to writing fiction. She is mentored by award-winning novelist James Sallis. Insatiably curious, Amy dabbles in art, studies karate and quantum mechanics, and has a long list of things to do before she dies. She lives with her family on the edge of the desert outside Phoenix, AZ. In the evenings, she enjoys counting bats and naming stars. Sometimes she names the bats. Visit her author website HERE and learn more about her books HERE!
 
EXCLUSIVE CONTENT
819vtwvesvl-_sl1500_An artist without a cause meets a rebel without a clue. Eevee is a promising young artist and the governor’s daughter in a city where censorship is everywhere and security is everything. When a fire devastates her exhibition years in the making her dreams of attending an elite art institute are dashed. She’s struggling to find inspiration when she meets Danny, a boy from a different world. Literally.Raised in a foster home, Danny has led a life full of hurt and hardship until a glitch in the universe changes everything. Suddenly Danny is living in a home he’s never seen, with parents who miraculously survived the car crash that should have killed them. It’s like he’s a new Danny. But this alternate self has secrets ties to an underground anarchist group that have already landed him in hot water. When he starts to develop feelings for Eevee, he’s even more disturbed to learn that he might have started the fire that ruined her work. As Danny sifts through clues from his past and Eevee attempts to piece together her future, they uncover a secret that’s bigger than both of them. . . . And together, they must correct the breach between the worlds before it’s too late.

WHILE YOU WERE GONE tells the flip-side story of the first Duplexity novel, NOW THAT YOU’RE HERE.


 

Bonus scene from WHILE YOU WERE GONE, told from the perspective of Eevee Solomon:

WHILE YOU WERE GONE is a he said/she said story about Danny, a boy who jumps to a parallel universe that he desperately wants to stay in and belong to, and Eevee, the girl from that world that he meets and falls for, hard. In the novel, they run into each other by chance (as if chance actually exists) in a grocery store after first meeting each other at a midnight rave in the middle of nowhere. Well, actually, first time meeting for him, not so for her, as she had an encounter in the past with the Danny who usually lives in that world. (Parallel worlds are tricky that way.) In WHILE YOU WERE GONE, we see Danny’s perspective of running into her again at the store. Here, as a bonus scene, is Eevee’s take on that same scene.

Life is strange like that.

You’re heading one way, minding your own business, and suddenly life throws something—or someone—in your path and next thing you know, you’re headed in an entirely different direction.

He was the last person I ever expected to see again. Especially in the dairy section of the grocery store. To be honest, he didn’t seem like the kind of guy who’d even be on my side of town. Which only makes the whole thing weirder.

It was just a quick stop for yogurt and soda before heading back to school. We’d finished up Dad’s press conference for the Skylar event over at DART. I hadn’t had a chance to change out of my uptight business dress, and my feet were killing me wearing those stupid heels. I swapped them for the flip-flops in my overnight bag and let my hair down. Jonas pulled up to the curb by the front door, and waited while I ran inside. I headed for the back of the store, where the yogurt is, first. Grabbed a few flavors. Then did an epic fail at balancing the containers while shutting the refrigerator door. Someone picked up the lemon raspberry that had fallen out of my hands. When I turned to thank the person I saw that it was him.

Danny Ogden.

The stranger I kissed that night at the museum. The boy I was never going to see again.

“It’s you,” I said. Ugh. It was all my brain could come up with, so suddenly full of the memories from that night. The feeling of his arms around me. The taste of his lips on mine.

He looked like he recognized me, but couldn’t remember how. I could see it in his eyes. I can only imagine how stupid I must have looked. To be honest, the whole thing threw me. It was such a shock. And it seemed like every move I made, every word that came out of my mouth, just made me look like a fool. So when another power outage hit and store went dark, I took the loser way out and left.

I know. Totally lame.

But I wasn’t supposed to see him again. Not at the grocery store. And certainly not again at that rave.

How is that possible? How in the world is that even possible? That’s just too weird, too much, to be a coincidence, right?

Right?


Big thanks to Nichol for letting me be her host!

Don’t forget to enter the contest for a chance to win a ton of signed books, including my new release, NAMELESS! To enter, you need to know that I love at least 25 different flavors of ice cream. (WINK WINK) Add up all the favorite numbers of the authors on the teal team and you’ll have all the secret code to enter for the grand prize!

CONTINUE THE HUNT
 
To keep going on your quest for the hunt, you need to check out the next author! Gwenda Bond!


 
 
 

 

COMIC CON and COVE

salt-lake-comic-con-103701Come see me at the Salt Lake Comic Con this weekend!!!

THURSDAY, September 24th
The Hobbit Movie Trilogy: Ending the Cinematic Journey Through Middle Earth
2:00 pm- 2:50 pm
Room 255 C

FRIDAY, September 25th
Young Adult Novels and the Hollywood Hit (and Miss) Machine
3:00 pm-3:50 pm
Room 255 F

SATURDAY, September 26th
NAMELESS SIGNING!!! (MY FIRST EVER!!!!!!)
10:00 am-11:00am
Shadow Mountain Booth #1401

Can’t make it to Comic Con? Never fear!

Jeff pic 2 NAMELESS will also be available at J. Scott Savage’s massive Launch Party for MYSTERIES OF COVE. Here’s a little pic from the rehearsal. (You read that right. Rehearsal.) TIMG_3554his is a full on comedy sketch night, with DOLE WHIP, carnival style games, and  amazing authors like James Dashner, Brandon Mull, and others. Bring the whole family.

October 1st at 7:00 pm, Mountain View High School

Free Copies of NAMELESS???

Yep, you read that right. You can win a free copy of NAMELESS on Goodreads. Contest runs for a week, and can be entered with just a click.

ENTER AWAY and GOOD LUCK!

 

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Nameless by Jennifer Jenkins

Nameless

by Jennifer Jenkins

Giveaway ends September 23, 2015.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

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