Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Save the Date!

New Leaf Literary & Media is excited to announce a Young Adult author panel and book signing at Powell’s Books in Beaverton, Oregon.

We're calling it:

Get Seduced by YA This Spring

The event will take place at 7 P.M. on April 17, 2013 and will feature the following authors:

 - Mindee Arnett

 - Leigh Bardugo

 - Lisa Derochers

 - Sarah Fine

 - Kristin Halbrook

 - Kody Keplinger

 - Ingrid Paulson

All of these books feature a to-die for romance. Come and swoon with us!


Giora said...

Happy to see that Kristin Halbrook is one of your featured authors. Hopefully, she'll sign many books. Her book's cover is real life and that's why I like it. Sadly, and please take a note, a book is not in Canada in print form (Only as e-book in Canada's biggest bookstores chain). You might want to contact the publisher to send some to Canada which is 10% of the US market. Best wishes to all the other authors as well.

Suzie Townsend said...

Hi Giora, I spoke to the publisher about Nobody But Us in Canada. They did export copies of NOBODY BUT US in Canada, but not every store might have it stocked, especially with chains. That said, any store should be able to order it in for anyone who wants it!

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2. I'm legitimately nocturnal (or a vampire). I will be so exhausted at two pm that I'm falling asleep standing up - it has happened before, at Six Flags no less - but as soon as the sun goes down I'm wide awake.

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