I’m so honoured to be taking part in the cover reveal for Stealing Infinity by the NYT-bestseller Alyson Noël! This cover reveal has been organised by Entangled Teen, so make sure to check out their Twitter and Instagram accounts to see more cover reveal related …
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Once again, I’m teaming up with Entangled Teen to reveal another of their awesome cover reveals. Project Prometheus is vastly different to the cover of Lindsey Duga’s Kiss of the Royal, which I revealed last week, but I hope you’ll like this cover just as much as I do.
Let’s take a look, shall we?
That’s a pretty badass cover, not gonna lie.
The Academy stole everything from Hades, their perfect assassin. Angry and leaving bodies in his wake, he finds two other ex-assassins doing the exact same thing.
Tyler and Shannon once killed for The Academy. Now they’re tracking and hunting down its scientists. So why is The Academy only after Hades?
Shannon will do whatever it takes to project Tyler, even if it means teaming up with a former rival. While she seeks answers to her past, Tyler wants to learn the truth about the mysterious white room, which no one has ever seen except him.
As for Hades? He simply wants revenge.
They all need answers, even if it means returning to the organization where it all started.
Now that sounds like a pretty badass and exciting story to me!
If you’re interested in reading Project Prometheus, click on the book’s cover to check it out on Goodreads, or check out the details of Project Pandora, the first book in the Assassin Fall series. You can also pre-order a copy of Project Prometheus today using my Amazon affiliate link or through Barnes & Noble (or you can purchase an eBook copy via iBooks or Kobo). Project Prometheus is being released on August 7th.
About the author:
Aden Polydoros grew up in Long Grove, Illnois, the youngest of three children. Aden’s family moved to Arizona when he was in second grade. As a kid, he spent much of his time exploring the desert near his home. When he wasn’t searching for snakes and lizards, he was raiding the bookshelves of the local library. As a teenager, Aden decided that he wanted to be a writer. He spent his free time writing short stories. He was encouraged by his English teacher to try his hand at writing a novel, which inspired him to being Project Pandora. The YA thriller is set for publication with Entangled Publishing in Summer of 2017. He is represented by Mallory Brown of Triada US.
I hope you enjoyed this cover reveal! I’ll see you next Monday, when I’m revealing another very special cover in collaboration with Entangled Teen…
I’ve been teaming up with Entangled Teen for a few weeks now, participating in a range of exciting cover reveals for their upcoming releases. Last week, I shared the cover for Echoes by Alice Reeds with you, while this week I’m excited to be showing off the …
Welcome back to The Bumbling Blogger for another exciting collaboration with Entangled Teen. Last week, I participated in the cover reveal for Lisa Brown Roberts’ Spies, Lies, and Allies – check it out if you missed it. Today, I’m revealing the cover for Echoes by Alice Reeds, which is …
After collaborating with Entangled Teen last week on the cover reveal for Jus Accardo’s Alpha, I’m pleased to be working with them again to reveal the cover for Spies, Lies, and Allies (as well as the updated paperback cover of The Replacement Crush, Lisa Brown Roberts’ previous novel!).
First up, here’s the new cover for The Replacement Crush:
True love can’t be strategized.
After book blogger Vivian Galdi’s longtime crush pretends their secret summer kissing sessions never happened, Vivian creates a list of safe crushes, determined to protect her heart.
But nerd-hot Dallas, the sweet new guy in town, sends the mission and Vivian’s zing meter into chaos. While designing software for the bookstore where Vivian works, Dallas wages a counter-mission.
Operation Replacement Crush is in full effect. And Dallas is determined to take her heart off the shelf.
If you’d like to learn more about The Replacement Crush, click on the cover to visit its Goodreads page. If you’re convinced you’d like to buy a copy, please consider using my Amazon affiliate link: I’ll earn a few pennies of commission at no extra cost to you!
Now, for the main event. Scroll down to see the cover of Spies, Lies, and Allies, and to discover a bit more about Lisa Brown Roberts’ new book…
I love the fact that the covers match even though they’re standalone stories, and by keeping the faces off of the cover it still gives you the opportunity to imagine exactly what the characters look like!
Summers are supposed to be fun, right? Not mine. I’ve got a job at my dad’s company, which is sponsoring a college scholarship competition. I just found out that, in addition to my job assisting the competing interns, I’m supposed to vote for the winner. Totally not what I signed up for.
There’s a crazy guy running the competition like it’s an episode of Survivor. Then there’s Carlos, who is, well, very distracting — in a good way. But I can’t even think about him that way because Crazy Guy says any fraternizing on the job means instant disqualification for the intern involved.
As if that’s not enough, an anonymous weirdo with insider intel is trying to sabotage my dad’s company on social media… and I’m afraid it’s working.
Much as I’d love to quit, I can’t. Kristoffs Never Quit is our family motto. I just hope there’s more than one survivor by the end of this summer.
Spies, Lies, and Allies is being released on May 1st, but if you’re already excited click on the cover to add it to your Goodreads TBR. You can also order a physical copy via my Amazon affiliate link or through Barnes and Noble (or for those of you who prefer e-reading it’s available via iBooks or Kobo!)
About the author:
Lisa Brown Roberts still hasn’t recovered from the teenage trauma of nearly tweezing off her eyebrows and penciling them in again for an entire school year. This and other painful memories inspire her to write books in which girls big on wit and heart earn happy endings with swoony guys… eventually. Her almost forever home is Colorado, though she occasionally pines for the days when she lived within walking distance of the Pacific Ocean. Her house is full of books, boys, four-legged prima donnas, and lots of laughter.
Once again, a huge thank you to Entangled Teen for inviting me to get involved in this cover reveal.
Have you read any of Lisa Brown Roberts’ other books, or are you looking forward to discovering her writing for the first time with Spies, Lies, and Allies?
I’m so excited to be teaming up with Entangled Teen to host the cover reveal for Jus Accardo’s Alpha, the third book in The Infinity Division series. Just look at the covers for the first two books, Infinity and Omega. They’re both so gorgeous. I KNEW that the cover …
I’m so excited to be participating in this cover reveal. I’m a huge supporter of getting women into STEM fields (that’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, if you haven’t heard of it before!) and the Brave New Girls anthologies raise money for the Society of Women Engineers scholarship …
Another week, another cover reveal! I’ve hosted a couple recently, but this is a very exciting one.
Balam, Spring is the second book by an author whose debut I loved, but it’s a completely different genre to his first book, Wondrous. That means the cover is also vastly different, which is exciting!
Before I show you, I want to tell you a little bit more about the story:
Balam is a sleepy town on the eastern coast of Atlua, surrounded by forest and sea. It’s a village where nothing happens and everybody knows each other. But now, people are dying.
School is out for the spring, and schoolteacher Theodore Saen is ready to spend the next few months relaxing with his family. But when the town’s resident white mage falls ill and several townspeople begin to show similar symptoms, they must call on a new mage. Aava has freshly graduated from the nearby mage academy when she is swiftly hired to deduce the cause of the unknown illness and craft a cure before the entire town is afflicted. Aiding her is an ex-mercenary named Ryckert who keeps to himself but has grown bored with retirement and is itching for a new investigation when a suspicious young man appears in the local pub the same night the sickness begins to spread.
On top of it all, whatever is causing the sickness seems to be attracting strange insectoid creatures from the surrounding woods, desecrating the bodies of the victims and tearing through anyone unlucky enough to cross their path. Theo, Aava, and Ryckert must come together to discover the cause of the illness and put a stop to it before there is nobody left alive in Balam.
I’m already hooked. A race against the clock to save an entire town?! I’ll admit, it sometimes takes me a while to get into fantasy novels, but because Wondrous blended fantasy with middle-grade and I enjoyed that, I’m hoping that Riddle’s writing style is going to suck me straight back in.
I think it’s time to look at the cover, don’t you? Start scrolling!
I can’t think of a single book that looks like this, and I’m absolutely in love with it! (I’ve been a sucker for flocks of birds in flight since All Time Low’s So Wrong, It’s Right was released, though – they’re my Achilles heel!).
The cover for Balam, Spring features illustrations by Amir Zand – I highly recommend checking out more of his work.
About the author:
Travis M. Riddle lives with his pooch in Austin, TX, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in English Writing & Rhetoric at St. Edward’s University. His work has been published in award-winning literary journal the Sorin Oak Review.
I hope you enjoyed this cover reveal. Have you read Wondrous yet? If not, why not? Leave your comments down below!
After hosting the cover reveal for Emily Williams Rafferty Lincoln Loves… last week, I wasn’t expecting to be invited to be participate in another reveal so quickly. However, at the weekend I got an email from Entangled Teen inviting me to get involved with the cover reveal …