Touch of Frost bookmarks …

I’ve finally gotten bookmarks made for Touch of Frost, the first book in my Mythos Academy young adult urban fantasy series that’s coming out on July 26. Huzzah! Here’s a look at the front of the bookmark. Pretty cool, huh? ;-)

As always, the bookmarks are free to readers, librarians, bookstores, or whoever wants one. However, I do ask that folks send me a self-addressed stamped envelope (SASE) with two first-class U.S. stamps on it in order to get the bookmarks. This helps me out with postage costs. If you’re interested in getting some bookmarks, e-mail me.

Here’s the back cover copy for the book:

My name is Gwen Frost, and I go to Mythos Acad­emy — a school of myths, magic and war­rior whiz kids, where even the lowli­est geek knows how to chop off somebody’s head with a sword and Logan Quinn, the hottest Spar­tan guy in school, also hap­pens to be the deadliest.

But lately, things have been weird, even for Mythos. First, mean girl Jas­mine Ash­ton was mur­dered in the Library of Antiq­ui­ties. Then, some­one stole the Bowl of Tears, a mag­i­cal arti­fact that can be used to bring about the sec­ond Chaos War. You know, death, destruc­tion and lots of other bad, bad things. Freaky stuff like this goes on all the time at Mythos, but I’m deter­mined to find out who killed Jas­mine and why — espe­cially since I should have been the one who died …

Touch of Frost will be out on July 26. First Frost, a prequel e-story to the series, will also be out in July as a download, although I don’t have the exact release date on that one yet. I’ll keep you posted.

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10 Responses to “Touch of Frost bookmarks …”

  1. Anna says:

    There’s such a selection of YA books nowadays. Your Mythos Academy series looks like it’ll be very exciting to read. As a young adult, I depended on Stephan King for paranormal reading. We didn’t have authors like J.K. Rowling or Stephanie Meyers at that time.

    A friend just formed a book club and the first selection is Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. Once HG is read, maybe I’ll try other YA books.

    Nice bookmark! Good luck with the new series!

    • Jennifer Estep says:

      Thanks! I appreciate the well wishes.

      Growing up, I read books by folks like Judy Blume and Beverly Cleary — I can’t even tell you how many times I read the Ramona books …

      The Hunger Games is an *awesome* book. I really liked it a lot. I need to finish the rest of the trilogy …

      • Erin says:

        I loved the Hunger games as well, but the ending was a little of a downer for me…I’d like to hear your opinion when you get to the end of the trilogy too. (A lot of people think I’m nuts that I didn’t love the ending…so it’s probably just me.)


        • Jennifer Estep says:

          So far, I’ve managed to avoid any spoilers for Catching Fire and Mockingjay, but it seems like a lot of folks didn’t like the ending. Maybe I’ll manage to get to read the books this summer …

          One of my goals is to clean out my TBR over the next few months. We’ll see how that goes. LOL.

  2. Anna says:

    Ah! Judy Blume. In 4th grade, Ms. Pataksil read Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing to my class. That’s when I fell in love with reading.

    • Jennifer Estep says:

      I don’t remember the title but one of my fav Blume books was about these three best friends. The main character’s parents get a divorce, and she and one of her friends stop being friends. I think it’s Just as Long as We’re Together, but it’s been so long since I read it that I don’t remember for sure …

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