Atlanta can't seem to get its fill of Vampire novelists. Just a few weeks ago Richelle Mead, author of the Vampire Academy series, read for Georgia Center for the Book. This week Melissa de la Cruz graces the city, signing copies of the final installation of her Blue Blood series, Gates of Paradise, at Little Shop of Stories. It could prove to be an evening you can really sink your teeth into.
Kill Your Darlings Writer's Workshop
Jan. 21st | 8 p.m.
A bi-weekly writing workshop for writers of every make and model- essayists, poets, novelists- all are welcome. It's an opportunity to bond over the written word and get to know community- with or without writing in tow.
Jan. 22nd | 7:30 p.m.
Carapace starts off the month with this month's theme: Last Chances. Writers are invited to take the stage of Manuel's Tavern and recount tales from the eleventh hour. Readers will have five minutes share their work, with readings beginning at at 7:30 p.m.
Melissa de la Cruz
Jan 23rd | 7 p.m.
The Little Shop of Stories
Melissa de la Cruz will be gracing the Little Shop of Stories to sign copies of her latest novel and the final act of her vampy Blue Bloods series, Gates of Paradise. There will also be a Blue Blood themed photo booth and other surprises throughout the evening.
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Not running any service at all would save even more. Have they considered that?
Perhaps the infection everyone has is dormant until death or if bitten by a walker…
Ah, yes! Good point, Blake.
I interpreted that symbol on the tree as being linked to the symbols we saw…
But remember, everyone's already infected. Being bit means nothing unless the zombies kill you.