Hey Readers! So something very exciting is happening! This coming Tuesday (September 8th) I will be hosting a Live Q/A on my YouTube channel (booktube channel) with the author of Velvet; Temple West!
This is very exciting and such an amazing opportunity. I am thrilled for the chance to interview Temple and spend some time chatting about this amazing book with her!
You can check out my review of Velvet here!
You can also watch the review I did on my channel: izzy’sreadingcorner here!
The live show will take place on September 8th at 5:30 (CENTRAL) / 2:30 (PACIFIC).
You can submit your questions NOW via hashtag #VELVETLIVESHOW on Twitter & Instagram!
Submissions for Questions Close September 5th.
I am so delighted to host this event and I hope many of you will come and join us!
Info for the event can also be found on my Google+ Page: Isabel Naquin under POST.
Caitlin is your typical orphan:
…pissed off and grieving. After her mother dies of bone cancer, she’s uprooted to Stony Creek, a pitiful excuse for a town in the rural mountains of upstate New York. Stuck living on her aunt and uncle’s struggling horse ranch, Caitlin vows to simply survive until she graduates high school. Then, it’s on to New York and wrangling a scholarship at The Fashion Institute so she can become a designer and start her own line.
But shortly after arriving in Stony Creek, a freak storm sets her on a dangerous path: right in the middle of vampires, demons, and age-old secrets. The only person she can trust? Adrian, the vampire who rescued her. Problem is, he has to pretend to be her boyfriend in order to keep his status as her personal bodyguard under wraps. And in a small town, it’s not long before some secrets get real big.
The debut author of the YA paranormal romance Velvet is as nerdy in real life as she is on the Twitter. Armed with a very shiny English degree, she spent four months in Oxford holed up at the Radcliffe Camera amongst the hush of ancient books and the rich musk of academia. Returning to Los Angeles, she acquired a concurrent degree in film, mostly as an excuse to write essays about The Princess Bride and Hook. She can sew (poorly), drive stick (please fasten your seatbelt), and mostly lift her feet off the ground while stuttering into first gear on a very small motorcycle. She currently lives in Nashville and is the proud mother to a one-year-old laptop and a vintage Remington typewriter.