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Product Details

  • Series: My Boyfriend Is a Monster (Book 7)
  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Graphic Universe (January 1, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0761385487
  • ISBN-13: 978-0761385486
  • Product Dimensions: 0.2 x 5 x 7.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,096,494 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Robin Mayhall has been writing since she could hold a pen. She is a corporate communications writer by day and a published poet and fantasy author. She lives in Louisiana with three cats who only occasionally attempt to sit on her keyboard.

Kristen Cella lives in Illinois and is the creator of the webcomic Antagonist.

Dirk I. Tiede is the creator of the long-running independent manga series Paradigm Shift.

Jane Irwin is the creator of Vögelein, an independent comic book published through her company, Fiery Studios, and the Clockwork Game weekly webcomic about the world's first chess-playing automaton. --This text refers to the Library Binding edition.

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Serena Stevens was totally disgusted that she had to transfer to a podunk town from San Antonio just a few weeks into her junior year. Her best friend, Consuela, tried to console her about all the dating possibilities, but dating guys who wore cowboy hats? Ugh!!! Consuela was a "dating whirlwind," and Serena was a bit more reserved. Looked like Rojo High, a school big on football, wasn't exactly going to be big time fun, but she and Consuela could Skype. At the Friday night game she spotted Cameron Jacobs, a hot guy, who blew her off claiming he "mostly studies at home." It didn't look like her dating prospects in Rojo were going to be all that promising. Like not at all.

Lance Hyland, the star quarterback, unexpectedly peeked over her shoulder when Serena got a note from the guidance counselor. "Aw, man ... called to Gary Barry's office already?" He was just kidding and offered to show her the way AND asked her out! Cam, who could easily be her crush was going to be her study partner. Things hadn't started out all that well at Rojo, but were looking up. To think she was going out on a date with a "star football player" would blow Consuela away.

Her meeting with Gary Barry went over all the standard new student stuff, but when she went to leave he offered up one bit of advice. "Be careful around Lance Hyland." What on earth was the guy talking about? Serena didn't have time to think about it because she had to study with Cam. They were going to work on "Jekyll & Hyde" and "list all the metaphors and similes" in one section. She wanted to study with Cam again, but there was her date. Lance became really crazy when he heard about Cam, calling him "a weakling, a freak." And then he slammed his fist into her locker. Just what kind of monster was she dating?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kellissimo on April 26, 2014
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High school is one big pool of pressures and dilemmas. Does the "it crowd" like me? Will I ever have a boy/girlfriend? Are my parents cool or lame? Will I do the right thing? This tale hits all the measures of high school then brings it to another level with the sci fi element. The read doesn't drag. The storyline keeps the reader captivated. There is just enough foreshadowing without giving the story away.
The illustrations are fantastic. The characters are depicted as real people and totally believable. I love the way the illustrations show subtle changes in Serena as well.
A great read that won't disappoint and my interest has been piqued to read other tales in the "My Boyfriend is a Monster" series.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andre' on June 26, 2014
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I am from Texas so I completely understand the overwhelming need to be a football fanatic. It helps move the storyline into the high school realm and take it from its original classic setting.
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More About the Author

Robin Mayhall is a public relations professional with more than 20 years of experience in business and feature writing. She lives in Louisiana, writing speculative fiction and poetry in her "spare time," with occasional help from her cats.

Mayhall is an accomplished copyeditor who has worked on books ranging from children's and young adult self-help texts to the Newbery Award-winning YA novel "Echohawk," published by Clarion Books. Her own first young adult book (and first graphic novel) was "The Quest for Dragon Mountain," released by Graphic Universe in 2011. The book is part of an acclaimed series for younger readers, called "Twisted Journeys," that reminds Mayhall of the "choose your own adventure" books that were a craze when she was in her own YA reading phase. After turning a few pages, the reader is offered a choice--say, run from the monster or stand your ground and fight--and must turn to different pages to see the outcomes of the different choices. This means the book can be read over and over in numerous different ways.

Her second book, the YA graphic novel "He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not," was published by Graphic Universe in 2013. The book is No. 7 in a series of eight YA fantasy graphic novels based loosely on classic "monster tales," such as the story of Frankenstein's monster, vampire lore, zombie stories, and in the case of Mayhall's story, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." Mayhall set this horrific tale of an uncontrollable evil twin in a central Texas high school.

Born and raised in Louisiana, Mayhall attended college at The University of Texas at Austin, and she lived in Austin for another 10 years after graduation. She fell in love with the climate, geography, history and culture of central Texas, and she became fascinated by the obsession with high-school football as depicted in the movie and TV series "Friday Night Lights." She had always wanted to write a story set in the Texas Hill Country, even after she moved back to her hometown of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in 2001. She loved being able to combine that idea with the Jekyll-and-Hyde story in a YA graphic novel as "He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not."

Mayhall has written poetry off and on since her early teens, but she discovered science and science fiction poetry about 10 years ago. A particular interest is astronomy poetry--she has written extensively about Jupiter's moon, Titan, among other heavenly bodies--but she also writes fantasy and horror poems. Her work has appeared in print and online publications such as Scifaikuest, Astropoetica, Strange Horizons, Tales from the Moonlit Path, ChiZine, Ultraverse, Abyss & Apex and The Shantytown Anomaly. Her first published poem, "Mother of Atlantis," was nominated in 2005 for the Rhysling Award given by the Science Fiction Poetry Association (www.sfpa.org). Since then she has seen a second poem nominated for a Rhysling.

Her most recent poetry publication came as part of a group of 22 poets who created a joined cinquain, released in 2014 by Elektrik Milk Bath Press as "Confessions: A Nightmare in Five Acts." Each poet took his or her turn five times as the poem was circulated among them for more than two years by editor Joshua Gage. Mayhall, who usually writes free verse, enjoyed working in the formal cinquain poem type and the dark fantasy/horror genre.

Mayhall is currently working on two fantasy novels and a series of poems comparing astronomical bodies with elements of Catholic ritual. She works full-time in public relations and dotes on two nephews and two cats. When she wins the lottery, she will build a "green" writing studio/cat rescue/retirement home in the Texas Hill Country and write full-time, with several more felines to supervise. She never stops dreaming.


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