Today, I have just a few book announcements!
First off, a non-fiction guide to getting your first kiss!
How to Get a Guy to Kiss You by Jessica McKendry
This is a short informal guide for teen girls who are thinking about dating and dreaming about their first kiss. There is a lot more than just kissing in this book too. The author talks a lot about having confidence in yourself and whether you're really ready for a kiss at all and if not that's perfectly okay! I loved this short book, but I have to admit I'm a tad biased seeing the author is my teen daughter! :)
Available on Amazon as an e-book for $2.99:http://www.amazon.com
About the Author:
Jessica McKendry is a 19 year old author who was born in Michigan, yet grew up all over the Northeastern United States. She has been writing since she could read, but didn't write much more than poetry until she was 14 when she accidentally began writing what would become her debut novel, From the Ashes. Check out her website jessicamckendry.com, blog, or follow her on Twitter (@JessicaMcKendry) for more information.
Now on to Zombies!
I'm a little late in posting this as the big release was in January!
The Undead Road by David Powers King
Nothing brings the family together like a zombie apocalypse …
Fifteen-year-old Jeremy Barnes would rather watch a zombie movie than shoot a real one, but he has no choice if his family wants to survive the end of the world. Their plan? Drive across the infected United States to a cabin in the Colorado Rockies without a scratch, but their trip takes a complicated detour in the middle of Nebraska when they find Kaylynn, a girl who can handle a baseball bat better than Jeremy can hold a .45 Berretta. And when they stumble into a sanctuary, Jeremy soon learns that Kaylynn is stronger than she looks—a deadly secret lies inside her.
After the radio picks up a distress call from Kansas City about a possible cure, Jeremy’s parents go with a team to investigate. They never return. The only way to find their parents is for Jeremy and his sister Jewel to rely on a dangerous girl who might just turn on them at any moment.
About the Author:
I haven't read The Undead Road yet, but I'm really looking forward to it even though zombies aren't normally in my To Read list. But not only does it sound like a great adventure, David is one of the first bloggers that I met when I started blogging and he's a great guy so I'm excited to help support his work!
Hope everyone is having a great week!