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Guardian Angels Facebook Party

So Guardian Angels, second book in the Lost Angels series, is coming out at the end of this month. On the 28th, in fact! So in celebration of that, I'm doing a Facebook Release Party!

The concept is a simple one: Attend the party from any phone, computer, tablet--anything you've got Facebook on--and come together with other people who enjoy the series. There will be a Q and A portion, trivia games (answer enough questions correctly and at the end of the night you have a chance at winning a free e-copy of Guardian Angels!), a cover reveal, and so much more party fun!

I'm also going to offer people a chance to join an email list of mine. This means that you will receive updates on both the Lost Angels series and any of my other upcoming works.

Below is the link to the party, and everyone is invited! I hope to see you all there!

Guardian Angels Release Party

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