To celebrate the June 9 release of Hutchins’ and Weisman’s supernatural thriller novel Personal Effects: Dark Art, SuicideGirls will debut several multimedia-fueled experiences on its popular site, including videos, an interactive scavenger hunt for readers, and a steamy Personal Effects-themed pin-up photo set featuring Suicide Girls Annika and Lumi. Hutchins will release and/or link to this content at his website, JCHutchins.net.

Personal Effects: Dark Art chronicles the life of Zach Taylor, an enthusiastic art therapist who uses patients’ personal effects to treat their psychoses. In a thrilling twist, these personal effects actually come with the book, propelling readers into novel-enhancing narratives told via email, phone, and on the Web. Readers can investigate the novel’s dangerous mystery, and discover plot twists that hero Zach Taylor may never experience.

Personal Effects blurs the lines between reality and fiction in an interesting way. It’s a compulsive, page-turning mystery with characters that leap off the page and compel the reader to seek answers beyond the confines of the book’s covers. We’re very excited to be a part of J.C.’s paper and pixilated vision, which is unique, smart, sexy, geeky and creative — like those in our community,” says SuicideGirls’ co-founder, Missy.

Hutchins agrees. “It’s a perfect match, from an audience perspective,” he says. “SuicideGirls’ readership is edgy, well-educated, progressive and online-savvy. Further, SuicideGirls has a lot to offer my current fans – killer interviews, exceptionally-crafted columns on culture and Internet life.”

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