Wednesday, May 1, 2013

"Monster Squads" Guest Post & Giveaway with Author Jesse Petersen!



Club Monstrosity is a fun new debut featuring well-known monsters such as 
Dracula, the Wolf Man, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde and the Invisible Man, among others. 
To celebrate its release, Jesse Petersen has stopped by to discuss classic movie monsters. 

Once you've read her post, enter the Rafflecopter below for a chance to 
win a copy of Club Monstrosity and a pre-order of the sequel, 
The Monsters in Your Neighborhood, which releases July 29, 2013.

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Jesse’s life as a writer began when her husband made the brilliant observation that she was much happier writing than doing anything else. So she took the plunge and decided to do that full-time. After many years and many books in different sub-genres, she was bitten by the zombie bug (not a zombie, but the bug) and took off on a zany adventure into the world of Urban Fantasy. Soon zombies were not enough and now she is poised to take over the world with her not-so-normal paranormal stories which inject dark humor into uncommon circumstances.



Club Monstrosity links: GoodReads | Barnes & Noble | Amazon



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9 comments:

liezelsbookblog.net said...

frankenstein.

erin said...

The swamp thing :)

Cassie Polla said...

Freddie Krueger!

laura thomas said...

Creature from the Black Lagoon!!
Still lovin the movies:)

Anonymous said...

FRANKENSTEIN! THANKS FOR THE GIVEAWAY! SHELLEY S.calicolady60@hotmail.com

June M. said...

I grew up watching all the 80's horror movies (Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm St, Halloween, etc) and laughing at them. My oldest niece (19) and I have sat and watched movies that were supposed to scare you and instead laughed throughout the whole thing (so we stay at home & watch them on DVD so we won't disturb everyone else). I guess out of all monsters my favorite would have to be Freddy Kruger.

BookLady said...

Dracula! Thanks for the giveaway.

Holly Letson said...

Dracula. Also, like Freddy and Jason as well.

Mary Preston said...

Boris Karloff in the classic movie THE MUMMY is an all time favorite.

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