Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Kate Walden Directs: Bride of Slug Man by Julie Mata; Cover Reveal

Kate Walden Directs fans, I've got something exciting for you today!! 
The Cover of the next Kate Walden Directs book!
Check out the cover below for the Kate Walden Directs: Bride of Slug Man, which will be out in May 2015 from Disney Hyperion. 

About Book
In the hilarious sequel to Kate Walden Directs, Kate is back and ready to make her second feature. But when big city kid, Tristan Kingsely, comes to town, it looks like Kate has some competition.

After her huge success with her first feature-length movie, seventh-grader Kate Walden is eager to start on her next film, a sci-fi romance called Bride of a Slug Man. When a new kid comes to town from New York City, Kate thinks she might have a new found film buddy—someone to share her interest with. And it doesn't hurt that he’s pretty cute. But it turns out that Tristan is making his own movie, and now the classmates Kate thought were eager to join her cast and crew are divided.

With rumors spreading in school and between sets, Kate finds herself juggling more than just call times and rewrites. And judging from the whispers Kate hears about Tristan Kingsley, she suspects that he isn’t interested in having a fellow film-buff friend; he just wants to prove himself as the best filmmaker in school by winning the Big Picture Film Festival. Kate vows to enter too, and tries to focus on just making the best movie she can.

But between the cutthroat popularity contest, a bully situation that goes from bad to worse, and several on-set mishaps, Kate is going to need all the movie magic she can get to make sure Bride of a Slug Man hits the big screen.

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About Author
Julie Mata grew up outside Chicago and currently lives in Wisconsin. She loves movies and once wrote and directed her own short film. She also loves traveling, gardening, and reading a really good book. She is the author of Kate Walden Directs: Night of the Zombie Chickens.

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