• Cover Reveal,  Cover Trends

    Cover Trends 2014: By GENRE!

    I’m throwing a little twist into this year’s Cover Trends post!  Instead of grouping them by type (ie BIG HEADS, BIG WORDS, SOMETHING GREEN), I’ve decided to sort them by genre.  Now you may disagree on how I’ve classified some of these books, but I’m doing my best. I’m by no means a genre-guessing guru (sorry, I couldn’t avoid that alliteration). A lot of these books could cross into multiple categories, but I hope you can see the trends I’m trying to point out. Contemporary Text-y is Sexy I found more TITLE HEAVY covers in contemporary than any other category, but this type of cover is very, very prevalent across…

  • Cover Reveal

    CREED Cover Reveal!!

    For the past…three years…I’ve had the privilege of calling Trisha Leaver and Lindsay Currie my critique partners. It has been an amazing journey as we’ve drafted, revised, queried, submitted and received offers in step.  Today, I’m thrilled to be part of their cover reveal.  *wipes joyful tears* I hope you all find critique partners as talented and wonderful as mine. On to the reveal!!   CREED – November, 2014 from Flux Three days. Three of us went in. Three of us came out. None of us even a shadow of who we once were. About the Authors:   Trisha Leaver resides on Cape Cod with her husband, three children and one rather…

  • Cover Reveal

    Cover Reveal: ELECTED by Rori Shay

    Today I get to help with something a little bit awesome!  I’m helping reveal the cover of Rori Shay’s ELECTED! WAIT!  Don’t scroll yet!  You want to know a bit about this book.  I promise!  In the year 2185, Aloy must masquerade as a boy to claim her country’s presidential role and save her people.Aloy’s father is the current Elected, the leader of the country, just as her grandfather and great-grandfather were before. Her older brother should fulfill the role, but he disappeared eighteen years ago. Without an Elected, East Country would fall into civil war. With no one else to take his place, Aloy’s parents cut her hair and told…

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