Blog Tour for “Don’t Kill Dinner”…Don’t miss it!

Hey Friends!

So a friend mine from undergrad, Jennifer, has been working on her debut novel, “Don’t Kill Dinner”. When she announced that she wanted to do a blog tour to promote her novel’s release, I jumped at the chance to help her. As Brash Librarian, I hope to get people reading – and what better material than my friends’ books? We can all use a little help getting ourselves out there, so I’d like to take this week’s posting to do so.

I haven’t seen Jennifer in ages, we go way back to our theater days at UF when she rode a motorcycle with bubblegum pink stars. Yes, she’s THAT awesome. BEHOLD…

jenn bike

And it was FAST.

Alright, let’s get to the juicy bits you really want to know!

Title: Don’t Kill Dinner
Series: The Rules Trilogy
Author: Jennifer Martinez
Genre: Urban Fantasy/New Adult Paranormal (Mature audiences only. Mild to moderate swearing and damn sexy sexual situations)
Page Length: 170
Release Date: March 15, 2013
Tour Organizer: B3 Tours

**Notes: The first day proceeds of Don’t Kill Dinner will be donated to Rain Pet Rescue of Fort Myers. They take in animals from High Kill shelters throughout Florida. This is my adoption agency of choice and I am a proud supporter of adopting your family members.**
Rain on Facebook:
Rain’s webpage:

Quote for Cover: “I love you Kenna and I will never lose you. I promise.”

don't kill dinner

Pretty awesome cover, right? I dig the sparkly bracelet.

Official Blurb:
There are three rules when it comes to being a vampire in New Orleans.

  1. Don’t kill dinner.
  2. Don’t feed from people you know.
  3. Don’t tell anyone.

Not too hard, right? Wrong. Kenna is a new vampire filled with a passion that has turned into an uncontrollable lust for blood.
Will Arthur be able to stop her feeding spree before the coven comes after her or is Kenna beyond saving?

Arthur has been watching Kenna for years, wanting her to try her own hand in life before he gave her the ultimate proposal. Now that she has accepted, will his love be enough to save her?

Being from Louisiana and finding vampires awesome, I’m dying to get my hands on this book. Get it now on Amazon or check out the trailer below!

Want to see more of Jennifer? Take a look at her links below:

Jennifer Martinez Official Webpage
Jennifer Martinez on Facebook
Jennifer Martinez on Twitter
Jennifer Martinez on Amazon
Actor for Hire, The Rules Trilogy 0.5 Kenna’s Story on Amazon
Actor for Hire, The Rules Trilogy 0.5 Kenna’s Story on Smashwords

Jennifer’s Bio:

One day while slaving away at her monotonous day job, Jennifer Martinez found her true calling. Like a firefly in the night, the pages called to her. Once she caught the bug there was no stopping it. Her fingers flew furiously across the keyboard winding tales of love, mystery and anger. She snapped out of her reverie to find herself still behind the desk but at least she knew who she was… Author Jennifer Martinez.
I like to think of myself as a beautiful conundrum. When I am not writing, I can be found surrounded by my amazing family and 4 dogs or volunteering at a local animal rescue. I love who I am and don’t mind at all when I get strange looks from people. I am a tattoo covered, child and animal lover who looks forward to destroying peoples preconceived notions of what “someone like me” would be interested in. You only live life once… you may as well make it interesting.
I love to get lost in a good book and hope that everyone will get lost in mine.

jenn bio pic

My friend (and now author) Jennifer! Thanks for keeping books awesome.

That’s all I got for this week. Next time on BL, I’ll discuss my visit to Brash Sidekick Katy along with some other wicked awesome stuff. Stay brash like Jennifer and me!

Justin Brasher, Brash Librarian

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7 Responses to Blog Tour for “Don’t Kill Dinner”…Don’t miss it!

  1. Love the DKD trailer! Thanks for hosting Jennifer!

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    • OF COURSE YOU MAY! Anyone who considers themselves lucky for stumbling upon my blog is alright in my book. Please feel free to like my page on FB! Heck, add me on my personal page if you want.

      Thank you again, best of luck to you as well!

    • Of course you may! I’m so glad you consider yourself lucky for doing so!

    • Antoinette says:

      Jennifer: I’ve loved hearing your sertios (and learned about your Virginia roots, etc.) My most memorable Christmas morning began much earlier than it should have and totally against family rules. My father was an Episcopal priest who celebrated Midnight Communion and couldn’t get to bed before 2 or 3 a.m. IF everything was assembled. The rule was that we always stayed in our rooms, usually in bed, and Mother would bring our stockings containing lots of goodies and plenty to keep us busy. Well, when we lived in Gainesville, Fla. and my youngest sister was two, she was getting a red tricycle for Christmas. Our other sister and I couldn’t wait to watch her face when she saw it. I don’t recall whether the youngest was awake or if we helped her start Christmas early, but I do know the three of us made our way down the stairs and certainly broke the sleep of our parents not to mention their anticipated joy. What happened next was very funny later but not so much at the time. Mother dashed downstairs and whisked the protesting infant back to bed. We were scolded and sent back upstairs; but, we managed to peak around the corner and through the rail to watch what happened downstairs when she tried to reassemble things under the Christmas tree. Bottom line was that her shoulder tipped over the tree that was filled with those old-fashioned very breakable round ornaments. There was all kinds of quiet crashing and sickening splintering, at least three times, giving off the kind of sound that let one know there would be so much cleaning up before any little ones or barefoot children could enter the room or touch a present. We raced off to bed before she realized we knew what our mother would be doing until our father awaked to face the day. From that point on, as long as we lived at home, we did NOT leave our bedrooms on Christmas morning well into our 20 s.

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    (from what I’ve read) Is that what you’re using on your blog?

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