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The Haunting of Sunshine Girl: On Sale March 24!


I am so excited to be the co-author of a creepy and spine-tingling new YA series called The Haunting of Sunshine Girl!  Of the first book in the series, bestselling author R.L. Stine said, “I was on the edge of my seat from the very first page,” and horror icon Wes Craven wrote, “Things that go bump in the night are afraid to read this book… Read it if you dare, but don't say I didn't warn you.”  Kirkus Reviews called the novel “Suspenseful, exciting and endlessly entertaining.”

My co-author Paige McKenzie – Sunshine herself! – will be traveling to bookstores across the country to talk about the series.  Maybe she’s coming to your town!  Take a look at the list of events below.

Portland, OR
Tuesday, March 24th, 7pm: Launch event at Annie Bloom’s Books   

Portland, OR
Wednesday, March 25th, 7pm: Powell’s Cedar Hills
Seattle, WA
Friday, March 27th, 7pm: University Bookstore

New York, NY
Tuesday, March 31st, 6pm: 3/31: Barnes & Noble Tribeca

 Waterford, CT
Thursday, April 2nd, 7pm: Books-A-Million

Houston, TX
Tuesday, April 7th, 7pm: Blue Willow Bookshop

Irving, TX
Wednesday, April 8th, 7pm: Irving Public Library

Frisco, TX
Thursday, April 9th, 7pm: Barnes and Noble Frisco

New York, NY
Sunday, April 12th, 3pm: Panel at Books of Wonder
with R.L. Stine, Kieran Scott, Holly Black and me! 

 Paramus, NJ
Monday, April 13th, 7pm: Barnes & Noble Paramus

 Huntington Beach, CA
Wednesday, April 15, 7pm: Barnes & Noble Huntington Beach

 Los Angeles, CA
Thursday, April 16, 6pm: Event at YouTube Space

 Montclair, CA
Friday, April 17, 6pm: Event at Barnes & Noble Montclair

 Los Angeles, CA
Saturday, April 18-Sunday, April 19: Event at L.A. Times Festival of the Book

 Pasadena, CA
Monday, April 20: Author Reception at Children’s Institute
(Details TBD)

 Hillsboro, OR
Saturday, May 9, 4pm: Jacobsen’s Books

 Princeton, NJ
Wednesday, June 3, 6pm: Barnes & Noble Princeton

 Want to learn more about Sunshine?  Visit TheHauntingofSunshineGirl.com to watch the book trailer, read the excerpt, and discover the YouTube web series that started it all.

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