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Queer YA Double Launch Event in Books of Wonder

Published: May 26, 2023; Author: Julia Sonrisa

 May 30, 2023    06:00 PM-08:00 PM EDT

Address: 42 West 17th Street, New York, NY 10011, United States

Phone: +1 212-989-3270

Queer YA Double Launch Event in Books of Wonder

Books of Wonder is excited to host the Launch of The Alchemy of Moonlight by DAVID FERRARO and the NYC Launch of Lose You to Find Me by ERIK J. BROWN! This event will be moderated by TOBIAS MADDEN, author of Take a Bow, Noah Mitchell.

Join us to discover:

  • The Alchemy of Moonlight by DAVID FERRARO . Paranormal romance fans will love this historical gothic horror involving a gay love triangle with a runaway, a doctor, and a werewolf. When Emile runs away to hide as a servant in Count Montoni’s mansion, he tends to the family who all suffer a strange affliction on the full moon. Before Emile can sort out his affections for the family doctor, the mysterious nephew, or unravel the Montoni family mystery, his family comes to collect him. When they arrive, Count Montoni forces everyone to depart to a remote castle — where there is no chance of escape. There, Emile realizes that he will have to risk his life to find the love he deserves — and survive the Montoni family.
  • Lose You to Find Me by ERIK J. BROWN. A romantic, heartfelt, and hilarious queer coming-of-age story from All That’s Left in the World author ERIK J. BROWN. Tommy needs a good recommendation letter from his difficult boss in order to get into his dream culinary school. In order to get it, he must train the new hire, who ends up being the summer camp crush he had at 10 years old and then never saw again. When this makes training difficult as old feelings resurface (PLUS his crush doesn’t even remember him!) With the application deadline looming and Gabe on his mind, Tommy is determined to keep it all together — but what if life isn’t meant to follow a recipe?

Time: 18:00 — 20:00 EDT



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