Tuesday, December 4, 2018

THE FRAME-UP Glorious Nerdy Mystery/Suspense Romance #Giveaway

Posted by Susan B James on 3:00:00 AM with 2 comments
By day she writes comic books. By night she lives them.
I fell in love with The Frame-Up (The Golden Arrow Mysteries Book 1) at first paragraph. I love the voice and the content. It's a tribute to comic book culture and to all things nerdy. The voice is sassy, sweet and vulnerable. And I "got" almost every reference which made me fell good about my nerdy knowledge. It's also an excellent mystery and a charming romance. 
I know. That's a lot of praise. But I really loved it. And I have a copy to give away. (Because I got two. Otherwise I wouldn;t part with it.)
The Frame-Up came out December 1st and it's already got 316 reviews.
Here are some of the editorial ones:
“[A] stellar first novel…Molin’s clever humor enhances the inventive plot. Readers will eagerly await the sequel.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“[A] hard-boiled mystery starring a spunky amateur sleuth. Fans of fandom will devour this fun, smart mystery debut with a classic rom-com mismatched romance.” —Booklist
“Meghan Scott Molin’s The Frame-Up is a celebration of nerd culture, superheroes, and mystery, with the perfect dash of romance and lust…The Frame-Up is not to be missed.” —Teenreads
“A murder mystery romp through the comics world that kept me guessing to the last page. Recommended!” —Faith Hunter, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Jane Yellowrock series
.About the author:
Meghan comes to writing by way of a Masters in Architecture, a minor in Opera, a professional career as a barn manager, and three years crash course as a mother. She currently resides in Colorado with her fellow zookeeper (husband), son, two horses, cat, and corgi. She is an avid lover of everything nerdy from Wars to Trek, Hobbits, Who, and beyond. When she's not writing, she's cooking, dreaming of travel, coveting more corgis, and listening to audiobooks while hanging out at the barn. 
If I captured your interest please go to Amazon and read the beginning.

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  1. "Say something Nerdy. Please. Harry Potter comments welcomed." Oh, don't get me started! There's a contest, and, and it's a Harry Potter contest, and they ask a Harry Potter trivia question, and I'm supposed to search their site and find the answer, only that's impossible to do, so I search, also, bing and google, and even then I don't get the answer, and, and I do every kind of a search and permutation of a search and it doesn't get me the answer on their site or anywhere else, and, and I'll never win the contest, and I'm not like a contest entrant, but I'm trying to enter that contest, but...it's so unfair!! I'll never even try to drink butterbeer: *that* will show them!!


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