Join Michelle Moore and Reesa Herberth at Grounded as they sign their latest release, “Detour” in June.
BOOK SIGNING DETAILS
SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 2018, 1 – 3PM
The Grounded Coffee Shop
6919 Telegraph Rd
Alexandria, VA 22310
About the Authors:
Rainbow Award winning author Michelle Moore has a well-documented obsession with flamingoes, travel, television, and frappuccinos. These, however, come in a distant second to her love of writing. With her partner Reesa Herberth, she writes the award-winning Ylendrian Empire space opera series and the New Adult Transportation series. All by her lonesome, she writes the paranormal Playa Escondida series.
Michelle divides her time between Washington, DC and the oldest city in the nation, St. Augustine, Florida. She’s hoping to figure out how to write on the beach without getting sand in her keyboard, and once she solves that, she’ll move on to the age-old question of how to write with cats in the house.
Reesa Herberth grew up in Hawaii, tried Arizona for a few years, and eventually settled in the DC area because it turned out moving from a tropical rainforest to a desert was more of a shock than she could stand.
She’s held a variety of crazy writer jobs, including book and video store manager for a defunct chain of music shops, office goddess for an artisan ice cream maker, cheese-cup scrubber at an organic goat dairy, and dye-stained proprietor of a small fiber arts business. Her hobbies include collecting art supplies, competitive procrastination, and just about anything that turns wool into clothes.
With and without Michelle Moore, her other works include the award-winning Ylendrian Empire books—science fiction romance with a queer twist.
About the Book:
Ethan Domani had planned the perfect graduation trip before tragedy put his life on hold. Smothered by survivor’s guilt and his close-knit family, he makes a break for the open road. He doesn’t know what he’s looking for, but he’s got the whole summer to figure out who he misses more: his boyfriend, or the person he thought he was. It’s just him and his memories . . . until he almost runs over a hitchhiker.
Nick Hamilton made some mistakes after his younger brother died. His violent ex-boyfriend was the most dangerous, and the one that got him shipped off to Camp Cornerstone’s pray-the-gay-away boot camp. His eighteenth birthday brings escape, and a close call with an idiot in a station wagon. Stranger danger aside, Nick’s homeless, broke, and alone. A ride with Ethan is the best option he’s got.
The creepy corners of roadside America have nothing on the darkness haunting Ethan and Nick. Every interstate brings them closer to uncharted emotional territory. When Nick’s past shows up in their rearview mirror, the detour might take them off the map altogether.