In Pothole City, the supernatural lurks behind the most mundane of fronts, as jaded monster hunter Kelly Discoll discovers when she gets a job to find a fallen angel, and is faced with an apocalyptic high-rise apartment populated with dimension-hopping monsters. It is a true testament to the work-ethic of once-Heavenly beings that they even find time to arrange the end of the world when there are pizza delivery schedules to arrange.
Nina Post has this to say about her upcoming novel:
The Last Condo Board of the Apocalypse will be released digitally on February 29, 2012 for only $3.99, and in $12.99 paperback shortly after.
In anticipation of the launch, the Curiosity Quills Press team have Advance Reading Copies (ARCs) available for bloggers, reviewers and press, and are making publisher and author interviews available.
About Nina Post
Nina Post is a fiction writer who lives in downtown Chicago. Her early cultural influences include Steve Martin’s comedy albums, Chuck Jones, The Muppet Show, and MAD magazine. Parlor tricks include speaking in ‘trailer guy’ voice, reciting the periodic table in less than a minute, and Enneagram typing. She likes spending time with her husband, reading, running, and information gathering.
Nina’s writing falls under the categories of urban fantasy and contemporary fantasy, combining supernatural elements with realistic characters and a comedic tone. Her debut novel, The Last Condo Board of the Apocalypse, will be published by Curiosity Quills Press in winter 2012