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2019 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

April 13 @ 10:00 am - April 14 @ 5:00 pm

Make plans to join Brick Cave Media for the 2019 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. Always a fun time meeting the Brick Cave authors as they share stories and sign books for fans.

It is Brick Cave Media’s 6th annual appearance at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.

Tent/Booth Location: 156
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Authors in Attendance
Brick Cave Author Sharon Skinner Sharon Skinner (Supernal Dawn, Collars and Curses, The Healer’s Legacy)- Sharon will be available and signing all weekend. As the Regional Advisor for SCBWI AZ, Sharon coordinates the organization’s activity state wide.
BC Author Bruce Davis Bruce Davis (Platinum Magic, Glowgems for Profit, Thieves Profit)- Bruce will be available all weekend. He finished medical school at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago way back in the 1970’s and did his surgical residency at Bethesda Naval Hospital. After 14 years on active duty that included overseas duty with the Seabees, time on large grey boats and a tour with the Marines during the First Gulf War.

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Platinum Magic, by Bruce Davis
Platinum Magic by Bruce Davis

When King’s Agents Simon Buckley and Haldron Stonebender raid a suburban farmhouse, they expect to find an illegal bomb factory full of Orc terrorists. Instead, they end up killing the sister of the current Elf ruler, turning a straightforward police raid into an international incident. Now, Simon and his team must battle terrorists, gangsters, and their own superiors to find the truth behind the High-Elf’s involvement and avert a war.

Collars and Curses, by Sharon Skinner; Cover Art by Kyna Tek
Collars and Curses by Sharon Skinner

Think being a High School sophomore is hard? Try doing it when your messed up genetic code turns you into a wolf every full moon. Not only does Merissa have to deal with high school divas, bullies and pop quizzes, she also has to hide the awkward truth that once a month she really does get bitchy. And just when she thinks she’s found someone she to whom she can actually relate, her new classmate Bree turns out to be an arrogant witch.

Literally.

If they weren’t the only non-Norms in the entire town of Fair Glen—aside from the annoying half-Elf, Jeryd, who shows up and complicates things—Merissa might not give Bree the time of day. But when Bree is drawn into a curse that causes chaos at school and threatens the town, Merissa must find a way to vanquish the dark power behind the curse and keep her parents from finding out about it. All without failing biology.

Supernal Dawn, Written by J.A. Giunta and Sharon Skinner
Supernal Dawn by J.A. Giunta & Sharon Skinner

The discovery of alien artifacts across the world brought humanity together. Activating the pillars threatened to tear the world apart. The resulting vibrations did more than rumble the earth. It altered DNA, changed ordinary people into supers.

Governments were quick to step in, to quarantine and control. The affected were a threat. Civilians were never meant to have real power.

For Lee that meant choosing between the family that betrayed him and the agency offering to train him. But Ember’s loyalties were divided between the brother she’s lied to all her life and the family sworn for generations to protect the Nexus – the largest convergence of ley lines on the planet.

The path ahead would not be easy.

It was a time of beginnings, for new powers to arise. The age of heroes was upon us…

A Supernal Dawn.

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Start:
April 13 @ 10:00 am
End:
April 14 @ 5:00 pm
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Website:
http://events.latimes.com/festivalofbooks/

Organizer

Brick Cave Media
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http://brickcavemedia.com

Venue

University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California 90007 + Google Map
Website:
https://www.usc.edu/