Nancy Holder, Savannah Kline, S. G. Brown, and Suzy Witten sign on Saturday, December 4th at 2 pm.
S. G. Brown signing his second novel, Fated (TPB $15) “Fabio (Fate) provides an appealing commentary on the hazards of immortality, destiny and the uncertainty of forbidden love.”
Savannah Kline signing her first novel, Beloved of the Fallen (TPB $14.95). “Intelligent, ambitious and beautiful, Kira Castlemaine is a star on the rise. As a young attorney at an elite Washington D.C. firm and the daughter of a United States congressman, Kira has the world at her feet. But when tragedy turns her life upside-down, Kira is drawn into a high-stakes political intrigue that will determine the fate of America and humanity. By her side as the tension increases is the handsome Valentin Ashford, an expert political consultant and a seemingly heaven-sent lover. But Valentin hides a secret sin, and his passion carries a hellish price. Caught between good and evil, truth and deceit, Kira must ultimately decide how far she will fall for true love.”
Nancy Holder signing her two stories in Buffy the Vampire Slayer Vol 3 (TPB $9.99). “A night at the fair becomes a night of terror for Buffy and her friends when their personalities start matching the amusements in the park in Carnival of Souls.” Blooded written with Christopher Golden – “Willow accidentally turns her body into a vessel for the spirit of an ancient warrior—and he’s out for revenge.”
Suzy Witten signing The Afflicted Girls (TPB $18.95). “A Novel of Salem presents a startling new theory of the Salem Village witch-hunts which is certain to put this 300 year old unsettled mystery to rest . . . by expertly guiding readers through The Historical Record to revelation. Part parable, part star-crossed romance, and part supernatural venture, this is an intuitive human history–and inhuman–spun with a modern twist. Centering her story on Salem Village and its inhabitants, exploring their dark household corners as if she is solving a crime, the author adeptly details how the disintegration occurred while spinning familiar facts in new directions, with the mysterious “afflictions” finally explained.”
3512 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, CA