A stunning and suspenseful new landscape emerges in the thrilling Dark-Hunter world?a world where nothing will ever be the same again. . .
St. Martin's Press
On Sale: August 4, 2009
Featuring: Fang Kattalakis
Hardcover / e-Book
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Fang Kattalakis isn't just a wolf. He is the brother of
of the most powerful members of the Omegrion: the ruling
council that enforces the laws of the Were-Hunters. And
war erupts among the lycanthropes, sides must be chosen.
Enemies are forced into shaky alliances. And when the
Fang loves is accused of betraying her people, her only
is that Fang believes in her. Yet in order to save her,
must break the law of his people and the faith of his
brothers. That breech could very well spell the end of
their races and change their world forever.
The war is on and time is running out...
33 comments posted.
Re: Bad Moon Rising
it must be a thrill to be signing your own book and to have so many sow up to meet you
(Diane Sadler 9:08pm August 6, 2009)
How fun! Looks like a great time!
(LuAnn Morgan 11:29am August 7, 2009)
I would love to go to a book signing but I live in a small town with one small bookstore and as far as I know they have never had any kind of book signing there.
(Sherry Strode 9:34am August 8, 2009)
Thanks for sharing! These are such nice bonuses in life!
(Elaine Seymour 11:59am August 8, 2009)
You do everything "big" in Texas. The largest book signing I've attending for a single author was Jane Porter at Bellevue B&N. There were about 50 people in attendance and she did a reading and book signing. It was well organized and there was a party next door for those who still wanted to celebrate her Flirting with Forty release.
(Marilyn Shoemaker 1:08pm August 8, 2009)
I've never been to a book signing where you get a number the night before to save a spot in line. However, I've seen bookstores take reservations for them. I've been to many booksignings and always learn something new and get a bookmark.
(Alyson Widen 1:29pm August 8, 2009)
I've never been to a book signing :( but I have won signed books :)
(Sarah Keery 1:42pm August 8, 2009)
I would love to go to a book signing, because I have never been. The only bookstore that we had in a now near where I live closed last year, so no bookstore. I have to order the books I want to get.
(Gail Hurt 1:57pm August 8, 2009)
I have never been to a book signing but they sound very exciting.
(Caitlin Usignol 2:16pm August 8, 2009)
I've never been to a book signing at a bookstore or library and haven't had a chance to attend those conferences and reader get togethers. I do hope that I'll be able to meet some of my favorite authors some day.
(Jane Cheung 2:26pm August 8, 2009)
I've been to one of Sherrilyn's book signings about 3 years ago. I had a great time got my picture taken with her and had my book signed. She is a funny wonderful lady!
(Teresa Warner 2:40pm August 8, 2009)
I've never been to a book signing either, but Sherrilyn's would be at the top of the list.
(Cathy MacDonald 3:46pm August 8, 2009)
I've never been to a book signing, it sounds like a lot of fun! One of these days........it's on my "bucket list" lol
(Lisa Walters 4:32pm August 8, 2009)
I live in a small town also with no close by bookstores, so I've never been to a booksigning either!! I'd really love to go to one tho. Maybe someday. I have to depend on Wally World for my books but lately I've been ordering more & more online!
(Martha Lawson 9:40pm August 8, 2009)
I've been to some book signings and it's thrilling to meet authors whose books you have enjoyed and ask them in person so many questions. Lucky you!
(Diane Sadler 9:45pm August 8, 2009)
It was great meeting you at the
signing!! :) I finished Bad Moon Rising
about 2 hours after I got it signed.
Seems like you've been just as busy
as the author's doing the signings!!
loved the people in horns imitating
(Andrea Abreu-Mercado 1:28am August 9, 2009)
I have never been to a book signing I don't drive and i get most of my suff on line.I don;t think that eny one good has come to where i live that i no of .But I would love to go to her signing I love her books I would love to go to a singing whit Christine Feehan,Sherrilyn Kenyon,Karen Marie moning, I can go on and on I love lots of Authers.
(Stacey Smith 2:32am August 9, 2009)
My first signing was Suzanne Brockmann in Knoxville, TN. She was lovely and told some great stories.
(Maria Munoz 11:42am August 9, 2009)
great pirzes--hope I win-if not, oh well, still enjoy reading your books
(Patty Heerdink 12:48pm August 9, 2009)
Sara it sounds like you had quite the day at the signing.
I have never been too a live signing would so love to .I live in a small town in Canada nearest city that would host any book signing is for me 4hrs away problem I don"t drive Dh would have to go no issue there other than it becoming an over night stay again no Issue having to request a day off after just coming back from a 6 week sick leave a bit touchy....
Next year I have a plan with a bunch of lasses I have met with an Author or 2 in common one being S Kenyon where ever the RWA is being held were going meeting face to face for the first time in our 3 year friendship.
(Ann w 1:21pm August 9, 2009)
I am so close to Foxwoods and I can't go today. I would have loved to meet you and have my book signed by you!
(Peggy Gorman 1:56pm August 9, 2009)
Looks like fun! Wish I could been there.
(Jeanette Bowman 3:24pm August 9, 2009)
my first book signing was at a sighing in Knoxville, We went there to meet Sherrilyn specifically and since it was for authors there were not a lot of people in line to sign. We were first in line and I also won Sherillyn basket in the raffle and her hardback book she gave away. I had a blast. She is such a sweetie. and remembered my name 2 yrs later.
(Pam Kinsey 7:24pm August 9, 2009)
My 1st book signing was last Wed. 8/5, Sherrilyn Kenyon! She is my favorite Author and no one I like comes to San Antonio, so when I heard she was going to Dallas and I had some time off, I said I'm going! It was so much fun. I got to meet people I have been talking to off yahoo boards or her website and meet Sherrilyn. I have heard she is great to her fans and I wasn't disappointed. I got pictures and 3 signed books and I am going to her KCON in Oct. for the 1st time and got to meet 2 of the 3 women I'll be rooming with so it was so worth the drive & stay at La Quinta by myself. Wish I would have known about you guys then, I would have loved to have met you!!
(Shaine Klish 8:29pm August 9, 2009)
Ugh! So so jealous you got to meet Sherrilyn Kenyon. She's one of my favorite authors...beyond compare really. Her books are hot, sexy, smart, fast-paced, and you love the characters.
It sounds like you had a GREAT time! :) Super jealous!
(Rachael Grime 11:46pm August 9, 2009)
Thanks for sharing the pictures.
Sherrilyn, wish I'd have had my camera
when I met you a couple of years ago!
(Julie Robinson 10:54am August 10, 2009)
Well the only book signing experience I have is a book I won on twitter called Sucks To Be Me by Kimberly Pauley. Wonderful woman. She signed the book she sent to me. I'd love to get more books signed though. ;-)
(Crystal Weems 11:26am August 10, 2009)
Have had a few books signed, but all
have been by local or regional authors.
The advantage is you get time to visit
and don't have to fight a crowd. I
guess Cameron Judd, who is local, is
the biggest author I've had sign books.
We did have Joan Medlicott visit our
library and she signed a few of the
books on the shelf.
(Patricia Barraclough 11:13pm August 11, 2009)
I never been to a book signing we don't have them around here I would love to go to one.
(Penney Wilfort 10:13am August 12, 2009)
Bad Moon Rising sounds like another
great addition to a gripping series.
(Patricia Barraclough 1:27am August 16, 2009)
After reading the excerpt, I'll definitely read this book but it would be awesome to win a signed copy. Thanks.
(Lorraine Larose 1:57pm August 16, 2009)
I would so love to go to one of Sherrilyn Kenyon she is an amazing writer I have this book on order it would be wonderful to get one signed..
I have been waiting for Fangs story for a while it's great to finely able to read it....
(Ann w 3:47pm August 16, 2009)
I would love to go to a book signing of 1 of my favorite authors. I don't think Sherrilyn has been to San Francisco yet. But book signings are usually on a weekday when most people are working or in the afternoon.
(Lily Woo 1:12am August 21, 2009)
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