Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Drain You Blog Hop Post!

 Brace yourself for a new book you are going to want to check out! After reading all of the reviews and watching the teaser trailer I cannot wait to read Drain You. You can get the book at Amazon as well as Barnes&Noble. Go get it!..what are you waiting for?! Keep an eye out for my review of this book coming soon!

Book Description:  "Summer. The 90s. The rich, sun-bleached neighborhoods of the Los Angeles canyons. Enter Quinlan Lacey, a cool, bored, sarcastic, sexy 17-year old with a dull part-time video store job and a mild case of teen ennui. That is, until she meets the alluring, River Phoenix-esque James, and realizes the hills are alive with the undead. Inspired more by the early, dry L.A. short stories of Bret Easton Ellis than the current crop of serialized vampire fiction, the supernatural grunge romance, Drain You, narrates the headaches and heartbreaks Quinn undergoes in her quest to stay sane and cool and in love and alive."

Publisher Weekly Review"Bloom debuts with a languid, stylish novel that reads like a love letter to cult vampire flicks like The Lost Boys, the work of Francesca Lia Block, and Southern California in the 1990s." 

Check out the trailer: 

 Tell me you don't want to read this book after checking out all of that! That's not all though..there is also a giveaway..and come on who doesn't like free stuff? Especially free book related stuff? If you don't, I think you may be in the wrong place. :P

Enter for your chance to win a great bunch of prizes!a Rafflecopter giveaway

Did I mention the author is also completely awesome?! Well yea she is! Check her out for yourself:

 About Beth:

"Bloom's first short story “Love And Other Catastrophes: A Mix Tape” was featured in Story Quarterly and selected by Dave Eggers for inclusion in The Best American Nonrequired Reading: 2003 (Houghton-Mifflin), which he curates annually. Bloom is the founder of underground dance label 100% Silk (profiled here in LA Weekly) AND the producer/lead singer of the band LA Vampires (written up in The Guardian as well as Pitchfork and Fader). Her next book will be published through HarperTeen.

M. Beth lives on the east side of L.A. where she indulges in raw fooding, magazine subscribing, thrift shopping, Sunday matinee'ing, and ladies book clubbing."

You can,and should, check out her Facebook and Twitter as well!

Don't forget to check out the earlier posts in the blog hop, you can click on the Drain You banner on the side of the page to visit Mundie Moms and click the blog name linked in this post to visit hobbitsies!

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