Thank you all for joining me in celebrating the book release of my second young adult urban fantasy, Summer Break Blues. This is the sequel to Senior Year Bites and picks up a few months after it left off with Meg’s graduation from high school.
I thought we could all get into Meg’s head a little more and find out more about her interests when she’s not out saving the world so I sent her and her friends a few questions to fill out.
Tell us a little about yourself
Meg: I’d rather not.
What’s it like being a vampire?
Meg: I don’t know what you’re talking about.
Meg: Red, er, blue. Definitely blue.
Meg: Chocolate, I think.
Have you ever been in love?
Meg: I’m like, seventeen. No.
Do you have a crush on anyone?
Meg: Other people are going to read this, right? So, no, though Tad is really cool.
What do you do when you’re not out saving the day?
Meg: I’ve never saved the day. I’m not a superhero, and that only happens in movies. But I used to love sunbathing. I burn to easily now, must be something about getting older. Swimming was fun, never read much before this summer. I like going to movies and hanging out with my friends at Steak and Shake.
Ann, please describe Meg in a few words.
Ann: Creepy. Very very creepy.
Steph, same question.
Steph: Meg’s great. She’s saved all our lives. She’s strong and fast and totally a superhero.
And now for the giveaway:
Leave a comment with a way to contact you and your ebook format preference for a chance to win any Decadent/Bono book including Senior Year Bites and Summer Break Blues. Giveaway will be open for one week (note to editor – feel free to adjust the length the giveaway is open.) If you’re interested in learning more about my characters, the blog tour, or more chances to win books, check out my website www.writerjacampbell.com for more information.
Meg managed to survive her senior year of high school as a vampire, and now she’s looking forward to a relaxing summer with her friends before trying to tackle college. Unfortunately, some unfinished business from the previous year rears its ugly head and Meg is forced to deal with the Sidhe who are distinctly unhappy that she killed one of their kind last winter. Then Ann’s parents vanish while they are on their annual summer vacation in Maine and it’s up to Meg and the rest of the gang to come to the rescue. Though she is still trying to figure out who, and what she has become, Meg and her friends feel they are up to the challenge. That is until things really start to fall apart.
You can find Summer Break Blues HERE