Here’s some big news from our friends at Inprint. Young adult author Pseudonymous Bosch will this Sunday, October 16 at 3pm (doors open at 2:30pm) at Johnston Middle School, 10410 Manhattan Drive. This event is FREE. Here’s the scoop:
“Cool Brains! Inprint Readings for Young People” presents this event with the award-winning young adult author, who will read from his fifth book of the New York Times bestselling “Secret Series” called You Have To Stop This. Bosch launched the “Secret Series” in 2007 with the novel The Name of This Book Is Secret; in his current book, a trip to the local natural history museum turns dangerous. Each of the novels in the series is based on one of the five senses—smell, sound, taste, sight and touch – and You Have To Stop This currently ranks #3 in children’s books under the category of mysteries, espionage, and detectives on Amazon.
Pseudonymous Bosch’s publisher maintains that his identity is a secret. According to www.pseudonymousbosch.com, “Not much is known about him other than that he has a passionate love of chocolate and cheese and an equally passionate hatred of mayonnaise. Rumors of Boschian sightings are just as frequent and about as reliable as reports of alien abductions.” To this day, many continue to conjecture about his true identity. It is known that the “Secret Series” is copyrighted by Raphael Simon, who has written episodes for programs on Nickelodeon.
Bosch will present his work, followed by a Q&A with the audience and a book sale and signing, giving families a chance to visit with the author. Admission is free and open to the public. “Cool Brains! Inprint Readings for Young People” is presented by Inprint, a Houston-based nonprofit fostering the art of creative writing with the mission to inspire readers and writers.