You’re invited to a Launch Party!

6a00e54f9cbc5e88340120a55c1940970c-320wiAmerican Goulash has arrived, so we’re hosting a FREE launch party at:

Tattooed Mom
530 South Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
Saturday, December 20, 2014
Doors open at 7 pm, reading and signing is from 8-10 pm.
Guests are welcomed to stay past 10 for 1/2 price drafts. This event is 21+.
RSVP on Facebook

You can pre-purchase American Goulash in print or e-book formats in advance here:

A limited number of physical books will also be available for purchase and signing at this event. Feel free to BYOBook!

Door Prizes include:

  • Four free passes to The Philadelphia Zoo (donated by Lauren Etkins)
  • 7-Disc Independent Film DVD Set (donated by Project Twenty1)
  • Yamaha CM500 Headphones (MSRP $59.99) (donated by Crystalline Studios)
  • More prizes coming soon!

American Goulash CoverFor anyone that can’t make it, we’re also giving away prizes online as a worldwide “virtual” launch party from now until 11:59 pm on December 20! Post a picture of yourself with the book (or anything else creative to show off your copy!) for a chance to win:

  • Digital downloads of Nerd vs Geek Season 1, featuring never-before-seen behind-the-scenes extras.
  • Giant e-Book gift pack!
  • More prizes coming soon!

Online winners will be determined via Enter Contest on Facebook

About the Book:

American Goulash is a story about a nerd girl jousting with her Transylvanian family on the battlefields of suburban New Jersey for a chance to grow up authentically awkward and live a so-called normal American life.

Whether casting off old-world wives’ tales or turning to art to cope with her immigrant family’s general zaniness, Stephanie valiantly finds her own way through adolescence in this heartwarming, hilarious soon-to-be classic

About the Author:

Award-winning Stephanie Yuhas is a writer, producer, and professional goofball, with a BFA in animation from The University of the Arts. She lives near Philadelphia, where she and partner, Matt Conant, run Cinevore Studios.

Stephanie also the founder of Project Twenty1, a non-profit organization that runs the 21-Day Filmmaking Competition and Philadelphia Film & Animation Festival.