Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Happy Book Release to TEMPEST!

Yesterday was the release day for Tempest by Julie Cross.

We celebrated at Books of Wonder with a five author signing.

Each author spoke about their book and answered audience questions, and then they signed copies for readers.

Here are the fabulous authors with their newest books: Beth Revis (A Million Suns), Julie, Megan Miranda (Fracture), Maureen Lipinski (Shadow's Edge), and Carrie Ryan (Dark and Hollow Places).


Lori M. Lee said...

Happy release day to all the authors!

Damaris (GoodChoiceReading) said...

Aw great pics! I was there last night too. They are really nice!!!

Rebecca B said...

Congrats! So sad I had to miss the signing event last night. :(

Cat Hellisen said...

Happy release day! May your books find happy readers.

Alex said...

Big congrats! Looked like a great night!

Jennifer Hoffine said...

Yay! Happy release date!

RachelMaryBean said...

Very cool cover!

Hardygirl said...

I absolutely LOVE the cover to Tempest!!

What a fun night!


Cozy in Texas said...

Sounds like a fun event.

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