First things first: I love the title of today’s cover reveal novel: Pawsitively Poisonous, by Melissa Erin Jackson. I mean, it’s both cute and intriguing, and promising a little bit of danger. I just… gah. Again, I love it.
Okay, now that I have that out of my system, let’s get moving with the actual reason for today’s post—the cover reveal. I have to say, the cover of this post is almost as great as the title. Its colour scheme is particularly wonderful, connecting back to both the poison in the title and the witch as a main character.
Why take my word for it, though? Go on and take a look.
See what I mean about the purple and green? Its both poisonous and witchy, don’t you think?
About Pawsitively Poisonous
Every town has its secrets, but no one has a secret like hers.
Amber Blackwood, lifelong resident of Edgehill, Oregon, has earned a reputation for being a semi-reclusive odd duck. Her store, The Quirky Whisker, is full of curiosities, from extremely potent sleepy teas and ever-burning candles to kids’ toys that seem to run endlessly without the aid of batteries. The people of Edgehill think of the Quirky Whisker as an integral part of their feline-obsessed town, but most give Amber herself a wide berth. Amber prefers it that way; it keeps her secret safe. But that secret is thrown into jeopardy when Amber’s friend Melanie is found dead, a vial of headache tonic from Amber’s store clutched in her hand.
Edgehill’s newest police chief has had it out for Amber since he arrived three years before. He can’t possibly know she’s a witch, but his suspicions about her odd store and even odder behavior have shot her to the top of his suspect list. When the Edgehill rumor mill finds out Melanie was poisoned, it’s not only the police chief who looks at Amber differently. Determined to both find justice for her friend and to clear her own name, Amber must use her unique gifts to help track down Melanie’s real killer. A quest that threatens much more than her secret.
About Melissa Erin Jackson
Melissa has had a love of stories for as long as she can remember, but only started penning her own during her freshman year of college. She majored in Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology at UCDavis. Yet, while she was neck-deep in organic chemistry and physics, she kept finding herself writing stories in the back of the classroom about fairies and trolls and magic. She finished her degree, but it never captured her heart the way writing did.
Now she owns her own dog walking business (that’s sort of wildlife related, right?) by day … and afternoon and night … and writes whenever she gets a spare moment. The Microsoft Word app is a gift from the gods!
She alternates mostly between fantasy and mystery (often with a paranormal twist). All her books have some element of “other” to them … witches, ghosts, UFOs. There’s no better way to escape the real world than getting lost in a fictional one.
She lives in Northern California with her very patient boyfriend and way too many pets.
The Forgotten Child is her debut, the first in a paranormal mystery series. Her next book, Pawsitively Poisonous, releases June 10th, 2019.
I love this cover, too. It’s the kind that would jump out at me in a book store – and your review has persuaded me that I must definitely give this book a try!
I’m glad to hear you like the cover as much as I do! I should note that I haven’t read the book yet (I didn’t mean for this to come across as a book review, and I’m sorry if it did), but I’m going to. I’m really looking forward to it!
I’m looking forward to reading it, too. I have to say that the publisher has done a fantastic job in selling the book with their ‘blurb’; the first time around that I read it I was convinced it was a review!