Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Afterparty Book Blitz

I'm so most of you have already heard about Ann Stampler's Afterparty. What's that? You haven't heard about it?! Well, it looks like you're in the right place regardless of if you know know the book or don't, I'm hear to tell you all about it and even get to know Ann a little better as well!

Emma is tired of being good. Always the dutiful daughter to an overprotective father, she is the antithesis of her mother -- whose name her dad won't even say out loud. That's why meeting Siobhan is the best thing that ever happened to her...and the most dangerous. Because Siobhan is fun and alluring and experienced and lives on the edge. In other words, she's everything Emma is not.
And it may be more than Emma can handle. 
Because as intoxicating as her secret life may be, when Emma begins to make her own decisions, Siobhan starts to unravel. It's more than just Dylan, the boy who comes between them. Their high-stakes pacts are spinning out of control. Elaborate lies become second nature. Loyalties and boundaries are blurred. And it all comes to a head at the infamous Afterparty, where debauchery rages and an intense, inescapable confrontation ends in a plummet from the rooftop... 
This explosive, sexy, and harrowing follow-up to Ann Redisch Stampler's spectacular teen debut, Where It Began, reveals how those who know us best can hurt us most.
Afterparty is available NOW at these retailers, you can also check your local bookstore:

About Ann:

Ann Stampler was the mild mannered author of literary picture books when she broke out, tore off her tasteful string of pearls, and started writing edgy, contemporary young adult novels set in Los Angeles, where she lives with her husband and writer’s-helper rescue dog – without whose compelling distraction she would have no doubt penned dozens of novels by now.

Be sure to stop by and say hey to her at the following places:

And now Ann answer's a question we all know we've asked our selves:

Book you'd most like to rewrite the ending to:

Romeo and Juliet.  Sign me up for the sequel right now.  I realize that keeping them alive wrecks the aspiring truth and that by literary standards, my ending in which R&J survive and run off to Padua or Florence or some other scenic locale and kiss a lot would be completely dreadful, but I don’t really care.  Do. Not. Kill. Romeo. And. Juliet.

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1 comment:

  1. Hello Nicole and Amy,
    Your blog name is a riff on the title of one of my favorite picture books! Love it! Thank you so much for participating in Afterparty's book blitz.



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