Posts Categorized: cover reveal

Cover Reveal: The Rooftop Inventor by Nooce Miller

Cover Reveal: The Rooftop Inventor by Nooce Miller

 About the Author Nooce Miller writes fantasy, speculative fiction, and YA steampunk. Technical writer, lawyer, marketing communications editor, medical writer, she’s held a lot of jobs, but her current gig is the one she likes best—author. Her favorite music to write to is silence because the dialogue turns out better. She’s also fond… Read more »

Cover Reveal: Forbidden Waters by Melissa Pearl and Brenda Howson

Cover Reveal: Forbidden Waters by Melissa Pearl and Brenda Howson

~*~ABOUT MELISSA AND BRENDA~*~ Melissa Pearl and Brenda Howson have been best friends for well over a decade. Both mothers of two young children, both married to school teachers, and both lovers of writing, they have a lot in common. Having spent many vacations away together, they have become as… Read more »

Cover Reveal: Discovering April by Sheena Hutchinson

Cover Reveal: Discovering April by Sheena Hutchinson

  Title: Discovering April Author: Sheena Hutchinson Publisher: SL Hutchinson Publishing Release Date: 4/27/2015 Genre: New Adult Romance ASIN: B00V46MYJ4 ISBN: 1508642222 Word Count: 86,000 apx Pages: 355 Cover Art: Cover Me Darling April Landau thinks she has everything she’s ever wanted. Her high school sweetheart, a house she can’t afford, her bipolar tabby cat, and she’s all set to begin her Junior… Read more »

Cover Reveal: Interim by S. Walden

Cover Reveal: Interim by S. Walden

  Publication Date: Tuesday, April 14, 2015 Genre: New Adult Suspense/Psychological Thriller   High school seniors Jeremy Stahl and Regan Walters aren’t friends. Not even close. He’s a picked-on, picked-apart loser outcast. She’s a cool kid running with the popular crowd. It’s unlikely they’d ever speak to one another. Too… Read more »

Cover Reveal: Dark Secrets: Edge of Evil by Shea Berkley

Cover Reveal: Dark Secrets: Edge of Evil by Shea Berkley

Puchase book 1 –>HERE<– AUTHOR BIO: Shea Berkley started out writing nonfiction (not so fun) and quickly moved into fiction (totally fun), and knew she’d found her calling. (Her family was thrilled she’d found friends to play with even if they weren’t technically real.) She’s still pleasantly surprised people are willing to pay to read… Read more »