New Book Release – Mrs. Molony @virgilante

I am super excited to turn my blog over to C.S. Boyack’s personal assistant and robot girl, Lisa Burton, today and let her tell you about his brand new release – another Lizzie and The Hat adventure!

Oh my gosh, Jan. It’s so nice to be here. This is a place I always wanted to visit, and promo for this book is perfect. This is the third book in The Hat Series, and this time it involves the country music scene.

Lizzie and the hat are on the trail of two vampires. They’ve kidnapped this poor woman and are feeding off her like some kind of milk cow. Before joining the ranks of the undead, they were team ropers. Turns out old habits die hard.

The rodeo circuit, and country folks in general, aren’t immune to a good party. This provides a fertile hunting ground for these particular vampires. At a party, some country girl is always going to get a little too drunk, and wind up becoming one of their victims. If hunting is slow, they always have the woman at home.

Since Lizzie and the hat have a small cover band, it gives them access to various events where they do a little hunting themselves. This is no simple feat, because the rodeo circuit moves around. Vamps have to hole-up during the day, so they can’t realistically move too far.

The hat had to do a little research, and increase the playlist for Lizzie and The Pythons. Being a younger person, Lizzie wasn’t overly fond of country music and this leads to a bit of tension between them.

Fortunately, I set her up with some expanded wardrobe that allowed her to fit in as a country performer. This all happened somewhat casually in Viral Blues, which I played a part in.

I should tell you that Craig worked pretty hard to make sure people don’t have to read this series in order. There are little things that cross over, like the wardrobe stuff, but you really can go out of order without confusion.

I know you’re involved in the music business, so this should be a good topic for you. For each of his books, Craig sends me to spend time with Sean Harrington to create some promotional artwork. I know the stories and try to recreate scenes from the book. This one is a concert image from one of the musical appearances.

Your fans are welcome to use it as iPad screens, phone backgrounds, or whatever they like.

Now I’d better get to the links and such before Craig gets upset.

Blurb: Lizzie and the hat are back, and this time they’re chasing vampires across a subculture of America. A pair of rodeo cowboys are holding a woman captive to use like a milk cow since they joined the undead.

The person who put them onto the trail is also a vampire, but he has to be the worst vampire in history. Is he really that pitiful, or is he setting a trap for our heroes? Does the woman even exists? Can Lizzie and the hat find her before she also takes up blood sucking?

Follow Lizzie and the hat as they use their cover band to stalk vamps across the country music scene.

Purchase your copy here: The Ballad of Mrs. Molony

Other stories in the series are:

The Hat
Viral Blues

You can contact Craig at the following locations:

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50 thoughts on “New Book Release – Mrs. Molony @virgilante

  1. Oh I love Craig’s books! And this one had that cast of crazy characters – I struggled to find which one I loved more. (No, who am I kidding – it was Clovis!) – nice seeing Lisa here today, Jan 🙂 …. oh, and Craig too 😉

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  2. I’m such a fan of Craig’s work and thoroughly enjoyed book 1 of this series, I have Viral Blues coming up soon.and am happily adding The Ballad of Mrs Molony to my TBR list. Congratulations, Craig. Thanks for featuring craig on your site today, Jan.

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  3. I’m reading Staci’s The Lab right now, half more to go, and thoroughly enjoying it, then Mrs. Molony is up. I’m curious about how the title’s going to play into the story. The kidnapped girl doesn’t sound like a Mrs., but who knows? It will be fun to find out! Thanks for Craig’s teasers, Jan!

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  4. The Ballad of Mrs. Molony is a highly entertaining read. I really enjoyed it. And I agree with Lisa–talking about the country music aspect of the book on your blog, Jan, is the perfect fit.
    All the best to Craig and thanks for sharing!

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  5. Reblogged this on Entertaining Stories and commented:
    I sent Lisa Burton to Jan’s place today. She’s handing out one of her best posters and talking about The Ballad of Mrs. Molony. Jan is a super supporter of independent authors, and is someone you should get to know. She’s a fabulous author, and runs an interesting blog that occasionally includes insights to the music world.

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