I love a simple, yet eye-catching cover. I’ve helped reveal such covers before, and I’m quite happy to be doing so again today.
The cover of Inseperable, by Siobhan Davis, however, sets itself apart from most of the others that I would put in that simple-but-eye-catching category. Why? Because it also has a distinct sense of… well, why don’t I just let you take a look?
Continue reading “Cover reveal: Inseparable, by Siobhan Davis”
It’s getting to be that time of year when I crave mystery, thriller, and horror novels. I mean, I love those types of stories year-round, but they tend to have a particular draw as Halloween approaches.
It should come as no surprise, then, that a novel promising murder and the supernatural hooked me. Murder Feels Awful, by Bill Alive, has such a cool premise behind it. Plus, its summary is just flooded with voice. You really can’t blame me for wanting to know more.
Or for wanting to help reveal the cover. Ready to check it out?
Continue reading “Cover reveal: Murder Feels Awful, by Bill Alive”
There was more than one thing that compelled me to sign up to help reveal the trailer for Michelle Jester’s The Funeral Flower. First there was the title. I mean, take another look at it. It just inspires so many questions in my mind, drawing me in.
Then there’s the summary, which you’ll find below the trailer. Death, betrayal, love… and, by the sounds of it, a healthy dose of lust. It’s generally a promising combination.
So, let’s take a look at the trailer, shall we?
Continue reading “Trailer reveal: The Funeral Flower, by Michelle Jester”
One of the many cool things about signing up to take part in a cover reveal is that you never quite know what you’re gonna get. Sure, you have an idea of what you could get. The category, genre, and summary are usually enough for that. But you can’t possibly know exactly what’s coming. Even better, you can’t predict how you’ll react to it.
I was sharply reminded of that last point when I opened the reveal details for the updated cover of Lori Parker’s To End the Rapture. I’m not sure what I expected, but it certainly wasn’t what I got: when I opened this cover, a low and quiet “Oh,” ran through my mind. I couldn’t help pausing and spending a little more time than usual taking it in.
Want to see what I mean?
Continue reading “Cover reveal: To End the Rapture, by Lori Parker”
Sometimes, I can’t fully explain what draws me toward a book, particularly if I haven’t seen the cover yet. All I know is that something in the summary–maybe the characters, maybe the language, maybe the setting–pulls me in.
This was the case with Gallowglass, by Jennifer Allis Provost. I don’t entirely know what drew me in, but something did. Enough that I didn’t hesitate before signing up to help reveal the cover.
If you’re ready to see it, and to learn more about the book, click on through to the rest of the post.
Continue reading “Cover reveal: Gallowglass, by Jennifer Allis Provost”