Monday, October 7, 2013
Cover Reveal: BREAKABLE by Amiee Salter
I’m giddy today *hops with excitement* because I have the pleasure of participating in a cover reveal for the wise and talented Aimee Salter. Woot woot!
If you don’t know Aimee, you should. She has an awesome blog that I frequent for writerly advice.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Aimee L. Salter is a Pacific North-Westerner who spent much of her young (and not-so-young) life in New Zealand. After picking up a Kiwi husband and son, she’s recently returned to Oregon.
She writes novels for teens and the occasional adult who, like herself, are still in touch with their inner-high schooler.
Aimee is the author behind Seeking the Write Life, a popular blog for writers at www.aimeelsalter.com. You can also find her on Twitter and Facebook.
Aimee’s debut novel, Breakable, releases November 4th for Kindle, Nook and in paperback. You can add Breakable to your to-read list on Goodreads.
Now, I know what you’re thinking: show us the dern cover already. Right? Well alright.
But first, here’s the blurb for BREAKABLE:
When seventeen-year-old Stacy looks in the mirror she can see and talk to her future self. “Older Me” has been Stacy's secret support through the ongoing battle with their neurotic mother, relentless bullying at school, and dealing with her hopeless love for her best friend, Mark.
Then Stacy discovers Older Me is a liar.
Still reeling from that betrayal, Stacy buries herself in her art. But even that is taken from her when her most persistent tormentor uses her own work to humiliate her - and threaten her last chance with Mark.
Stacy’s reached breaking point.
Sounds great right? It’s one of those why-didn’t-I-think-of-such-a-brilliant-idea sorta ideas! You want to add it to your Goodreads shelf now, don't you?
And here is the gorgeous cover!
*fires unicorn cannon*
*performs amazing ribbon dance*
*pauses to catch breath*
*finishes ribbon dance*
Isn’t it awesome? I love so many things about this cover: 1. it’s not a chick in a flowing dress. Gawd I’m sick of those covers. 2. It’s artsy. I used to be an art major so I dig it. 3. It’s not a chick in a flowing dress. Oh wait, did I mention that already?
What do you think about the cover?