Remember back in August, when I helped reveal the cover of Sun Storm, by Marlow Kelly? At that point, I said the novel sounded like the type of book that makes you question who’s going to survive, but in the best way possible.
I’ve had the chance to read it now, and you know what? My initial impression was right. Not only is Sun Storm a wonderful romance, it’s also a great choice if you want something suspenseful.
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Sometimes, it’s a single line in summary that hooks me. That isn’t to say that the rest of the summary isn’t good or interesting, just that that one line is incredibly intriguing.
A lot of summaries try to pull it off, but end up with something a little closer to cliched. That’s not the case for What The Valley Knows, by Heather Christie. The last line of this summary, which I’ll show you in a moment, grabbed my attention and has yet to let go.
Add in the fact that this cover pulls back to mind the romance in the story, and you’ve got yourself a cover that shouldn’t have too much trouble selling the book. Click on through to take a look.
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Some covers do such a wonderful job of conveying a mood, don’t you think? Such is the case for the cover of Falling For You, by Charlotte Blake. It feels like autumn–the warmth of a comfortable sweater, the beauty of falling leaves, the cozy scent of pumpkin pie and turkey. All of which makes a lot of sense, considering the novel is set around Thanksgiving.
Wondering how one cover can convey so much without being overwhelming? Click on through to take a look.
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Romance can be good all on its own, but adding a second element can take a novel up to new heights. If I’m reading a romance novel, one of my favourite secondary elements is suspense. Not the type of suspense that makes you wonder if the couple will end up together; I’m talking about the type that makes you wonder who’s going to survive.
Sun Storm, by Marlow Kelly, sounds like exactly that type of novel. The summary had me hooked, and I couldn’t resist helping to reveal the cover. And I have to say, the cover helps build suspense just as much as the summary.
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Something about the summary for Welcome to Your Life, by Katrina Marie, struck me as soon as I read it. I’m not entirely sure what it was, but I think it had something to do with the single mother angle.
Whatever it was that struck me, it prompted me to sign up to take part in the cover reveal. I’m quite glad I did; this is a pretty one.
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I have another book authored by Meg Cabot to recommend today! I know, I’ve talked about her quite a bit lately. Well, twice prior to this–in a recommendation for Boy Next Door and when I told you about how she’s influenced my writing. Still, three times in the span of a little more than a month is more often than I’d usually post about one author.
Anyway, today I’m here to tell you about the second novel in Cabot’s Boy series: Boy Meets Girl.
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See that little “and” in this post’s headline? It’s not there because it’s part of a book title. It’s there because today, you’re getting two cover reveals in one post.
When I saw the summaries for Open Wounds and Weathered Souls, both by Inger Iversen, I knew I wanted to help reveal the covers. There’s just something about them that makes me want to know more. Since I won’t be able to read either of them for a while, I figured getting an early look at the covers would have to do.
After you check out the covers for yourself, make sure to enter the giveaway!
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