‘BOYSTOWN’ series author Jake Biondi has revealed the release date for the highly-anticipated fourth book of his ‘BOYSTOWN’ series. ‘BOYSTOWN Season Four’ will be released on November 13, 2015. The cover for the book, which will once again be designed by Michael Vargas, will be revealed on October 1, 2015.
“The wait is just about over,” Biondi told fans of his ‘BOYSTOWN’ book series. “Due to the amazing success of the first three books in the series, fans from all over the world have been asking me when the fourth book would be released. They want to know what’s coming next for their favorite characters and couples. Their wait is nearly over.”
Biondi added, “’BOYSTOWN’ fans are fantastic. I am so grateful for my readers and their positive response to the series. I regularly receive notes from fans who are connecting with the characters and want to know what the future holds for them. The broad appeal of the book series is incredible. ‘BOYSTOWN’ has a really diverse audience.”
Biondi promises that readers won’t be disappointed. “’Season Four’ picks up with the aftermath of the horrific fire that occurred at the end of ‘Season Three.’ While I won’t reveal who lives and who dies, I will say this: lives will be forever altered.” Biondi also previews that ‘BOYSTOWN Season Four’ continues the storylines from the first three books while introducing new ones -- and some hot new characters, too.
As in his third book, Biondi “pays it forward” by featuring some of his favorite performers in ‘BOYSTOWN Season Four.’ Biondi is “thrilled” to welcome sensational singer Chadwick Stadt to the ‘BOYSTOWN’ series. “Chadwick is a dear friend and a phenomenal performer, so it’s an honor for me to be able to showcase his talent in ‘Season Four,’” Biondi said. Stadt added, "It's so exciting to be included in such a great book series that will have you turning page after page!"
‘Season Four’ also welcomes back the ‘Whiskey & Cherries’ trio, singer Amy Armstrong, and pop sensation Steve Grand. “Meredith, Danielle, and I are thrilled to again be written into the ‘BOYSTOWN’ series. It’s always exciting to read about yourself interacting with the primary characters and being a part of the never-ending twists and turns in the brilliant plot line,” said Brian Felder of W&C.
The ‘BOYSTOWN’ series has a fascinating history. It began as an online story released in installments, each ending with a cliffhanger that left readers wondering what would happen to their favorite characters. Enthusiastic ‘BOYSTOWN’ fans from all over the world petitioned Biondi to release the installments more quickly; they simply couldn’t wait to find out what happened next. Overwhelmed by and grateful for the fans’ responses to the series, Biondi began to write more quickly.
In 2013, Biondi published the first ten ‘episodes’ in book form as ‘BOYSTOWN Season One.’ ‘BOYSTOWN Season Two’ was released in July of 2014, and ‘BOYSTOWN Season Three’ was released in May of 2015. Now, ‘BOYSTOWN Season Four’ answers readers’ questions and, of course, provides even more twists and turns for fans.
Like the first three books, ‘BOYSTOWN Season Four’ will be available at bookstores across the country as well at online at amazon.com, bn.com, and itunes. The series is available in paperback and all e-book formats. Readers may order autographed paperback copies of the books directly from Biondi’s website: www.JakeBiondi.com. ‘Season Four’ is currently available for pre-order on Kindle and iTunes.
Biondi will reveal the book cover of ‘BOYSTOWN Season Four’ on October 1
Biondi is currently working with two television producers who are interested in bringing the ‘BOYSTOWN’ series to television. Biondi remains optimistic that fans all over the world will soon be able to watch their favorite ‘BOYSTOWN’ characters in action on television.
For additional information or to schedule an interview with author Jake Biondi, please send an email to BoystownTheSeries@yahoo.com.
Growing up in the suburbs of Chicago, Jake Biondi fell in love with "The Windy City" at an early age. He left the Chicago area for four years to attend the University of Notre Dame and, upon graduation, returned to Chicago. He has been living in Chicago's Boystown neighborhood for over 20 years.