PC & Kristin Cast Talk 10th Anniversaries! (Event Recap+GIVEAWAY)


#MoonChosen | October 16th, 2016

The dynamic mother-daughter duo joined us at the coolest sci-fi/fantasy bookstore!

PC and Kristin Cast are well known within the YA community for their prolific House of Night series and both are out on tour this year to promote their new releases (Moon Chosen and The Scent of Salt and Sea).






Can you believe it's been ten years since the release of the first book, Marked? We can't...But PC admitted to needing a refresher as she prepares for a 10th anniversary surprise. 


We unabashedly put them through the torture of signing every dang book in that series.

They were total champs


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16 comments:

  1. I've always been a cat person although we've had dogs, too. In the early part of 2015 our dog got quite sick and when she passed my husband was just going to take his time before jumping right into another dog. He made it six whole days LOL. I never really felt like I would connect with a dog, but I love Ginger almost like I love my cats and that's really saying something because they're my kids (in lieu of actual children). We kind of tried to pick out something in the smaller to medium range, roughly 35 pounds. Ginger hit 50 pounds at 7 months (she's over a year old now so hopefully she's done growing because she thinks she's a lap dog). She's a mix, probably some Border Collie, a bit of lab, and some heeler. Love my big red dog! Thanks!
    PS I'm still working on the House of Night series, so many books! But I have them all in hardcover and I think I've read the first six. I was kind of a latecomer to the series, and reading in general.

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    1. AW! Thank you so much for sharing that story. I am sure Ginger is spoiled ;)

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  2. Interesting-sounding book from St. Martin's Griffin! I'm still probably a cat person, but dogs have meant a lot in my life--they pay much closer attention to you than cats!

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  3. Storytime! The shelter we had gone to for all our past dogs had been having a special that weekend because there was about 9 litters of various dogs that were coming in and they didn't have the space for more that that weekend. We looked online and found the one we wanted. We got there 10 minutes after opening and she was gone. Most of the dogs were and we didn't find a good fit for our family, so we went back the next morning. About ten minutes of looking around, we see someone walk in with the dog we had wanted. They were returning her because they had to move across the country. We ran back and told the lady that we wanted her, and we adopted her. My sister was crying of happiness for almost two weeks because she got the dog we wanted. That dog ended up being her best friend and was attached at her hip every waking (and sleeping) moment. The dog got severe anxiety when my sister wasn't around so we ended up getting her certified as a service dog and my sister faked that she had diabetes just so her dog could be with her 24/7.

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    1. Awwww! What a great story, Rianna! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. My brother-in-law's dog Duke is so freaking cute. He's a german shepherd and he's just a big goofball and totally thinks he's a tiny dog and thinks that he can lay in your lap. He's very cute!

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  5. I adopted Ren last year as a rescue. He was 3 years old and had never been in a house before. Phones, tv, furniture - all scared him. Now he is my best bud and runs the house. My 2-yr-old granddaughter was adoped by Ren the first time they met before I brought him home. He is by her side whenever she is over and sleeps with her for naps and overnights. Very loving dog.

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    1. Aww...It sounds like Ren is a great addition to your family!

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  6. If you look at my twitter profile pic it's of my golden retriever Berry. He just turned 12 and is still acting like a puppy for treats, walks and belly rubs. I adopted him after he failed his service dog training and he's THE BEST dog ever. I loved him from first sight when he rushed into the Paws for a Cause lobby and wriggled around so excited to meet me. He listens, he comes when called, and will do anything for food :) He always greets me at the door when I come home and I have to appreciate that because someday sooner than later he won't be at the front window wagging his tail anymore.

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  7. THE COVER OF THAT BOOK HOLY COW! And I am totally laughing Christy because of your huge pile of books you brought to have them sign. I feel like that is me at every book event I go to!
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway as well! *crosses fingers
    Emily @ www.rabbitholereviews.com

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    1. oops I got so excited about the book event I forgot to talk about my dog story: i do not own dogs (perks of living at home as a college student) BUT i am a petsitter and getting paid to play with other peoples' dogs is the best thing ever. One day I want to own a rescue boxer.
      Emily

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    2. I felt bad for bringing all those books but they totally just signed them!

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