Friday, May 11, 2012

Brimstone cover reveal and a little something extra

I've mentioned before that the first two books of the Girl vs. Evil series are being released in a new edition in September.

Without further ado, I present the cover of BRIMSTONE.

Here's the cover copy:
Slinking down the streets, hiding in the shadows, always lurking just out of sight, evil follows Maggie Quinn. It's no ordinary, everyday evil, either—it's Evil with a capital E, and whatever's behind it, it clearly wants Maggie.

But Maggie isn't the type of girl to go down without a fight. She has a few powerful tricks up her sleeve, not to mention a best friend who's a witch, and she's declaring open season on demons.
BRIMSTONE is available on September 11, 2012.

In honor of Maggie's new digs, I'm giving away something.

Answer these three questions in the comments section correctly to enter to win a signed copy of your choice of any of my books (including BRIMSTONE, you just have to wait a little longer).

1. What is one thing Maggie is afraid of?
2. What's Maggie's preferred way of dispatching demons?
3. What is the name of Maggie's best friend?

Bonus (for tie-breaking):

4. What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?

Good luck!


  1. 1. Water
    2. Lisa
    3. Magic
    4. 11 meters per second or 24mph

    Awesome Cover!!

  2. Did Blogger eat my comment? Did it? I think it did. so I will remedy. Here are my answers (or as near as I can remember from before):

    1. Water

    2. D&D Lisa

    3. With friends. And fire always helps. Plus magic. And SCIENCE (magic).

    4. An African or a European swallow? 11 meters per second, or 24 miles per hour. Unless the swallow is beset by the most evil of creatures, the lobster. Which can somehow fly.

    1. Heh. Flying lobsters are even scarier. And least one can stay out of the water and avoid the normal kind.

      Just sent you a message on Twitter. :-)

  3. 1. Water

    2. Lisa

    3. Magic. Preferably with friends because they make it more fun.

    4. "What do you mean? African or European swallow?"