- File Size: 2069 KB
- Print Length: 255 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 15, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B015Y8MFDM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #887,542 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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From the Author
I invented a massive convention center and placed it right downtown in the Chicago Loop to make the action more compact. Chloe only has to exit the convention center on the west side to be under the elevated trains, or, on the east side, to be at Michigan Avenue right across from Millennium Park and the Bean. Needless to say, other buildings occupy that space in reality. The mansion where the big party takes place was inspired by a real museum on the near north side, a palatial restored private home called the Driehaus Museum. Well worth a visit if you're in downtown Chicago, it's just west of the Miracle Mile. It doesn't have the big walled garden where the fireworks go off, though. I made that up.
Marie Severin, a real comic book artist of international fame, makes a cameo appearance in this novel. I had the privilege and the great fun of working with Marie at Marvel Comics, and we have remained friends for life. When I told Marie about the Temporary Superheroine novels, she said I should put her in one of them. So I have. Love you, Marie.
Crisis at Comicon is part of the Temporary Superheroine series of comic book adventures, but absolutely can be read as a stand-alone novel.
About the Author
At the ripe old age of sixteen, Irenesubmitted her first comic book story. It got rejected, but undeterred,she tried again and DC Comics published several of her stories. She held staff positions at Marvel Comics, where Stan Lee dubbed her "ImpishIrene," and at DC Comics, before turning to editorial work in romancepublishing at Silhouette, Berkley, Bantam, and Harlequin.
Irenecombined her passion for comics and romances during a stint as storyeditor and frequent writer for MyRomanceStory.com, in graphic romancenovellas. Her interests combined again with her first novel, TemporarySuperheroine, a comic book-inspired adventure with a touch of romanceand plenty of good guys vs. bad guys action.
Today Irene writesseveral kinds of novels: superhero action adventures, contemporaryromance, women's fiction, oddball light paranormals, and more. She hasstarted a murder mystery, but hasn't quite figured out who the killer is yet. Irene has published numerous articles on writing topics and blogposts about romance. She loves to speak at romance conferences.
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