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Thursday, May 23, 2013

Waterfell by Amalie Howard, Cover Reveal

I'm so excited to be apart of today's cover reveal for Amalie Howard's WATERFELL hosted by Harlequin Teen & Good Choice Reading. You can see the first cover puzzle piece here are Good Choice Reading and the next one following mine will be at 10:30 on Shortie-Says. At noon today head over to Harlequin Teen's facebook pace to see the full reveal! 

Check it out my cover piece......



About the Book:

THE GIRL WHO WOULD BE QUEEN

Nerissa Marin hides among teens in her human form, waiting for the day she can claim her birthright-the undersea kingdom stolen from her the day her father was murdered. Blending in is her best weapon-until her father's betrayer confronts Nerissa and challenges her to a battle to the death on Nerissa's upcoming birthday-the day she comes of age.

Amid danger and the heartbreak of her missing mother, falling for a human boy is the last thing Nerissa should do. But Lo Seavon breaches her defenses and somehow becomes the only person she can count on to help her desperate search for her mother, a prisoner of Nerissa's mortal enemy. Is Lo the linchpin that might win Nerissa back her crown? Or will this mortal boy become the weakness that destroys her?


What Amalie had to say about the cover:


What’s your favorite thing about the cover?

I love the bands of water in the artwork. They are so symbolic of my protagonist’s fears and her sense of imprisonment in this book. She feels like she is trapped by what she’s born into and wants to escape her life, but in the end, she comes to realize that she can’t run away from who she is. To me, the cover art exemplified that struggle. I really love when book covers express a story of their own and it meshes with relevant themes from the book.

About the Author 


Seventeen Magazine Summer Club author Amalie Howard spent her childhood with her nose stuck in a book, from Grimm's Fairy Tales to Anne Rice, and everything in between. She is the author of Bloodspell and a published poet. She received a bachelor’s degree from Colby College in International Studies and a certificate in French Literature from the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, France. When she's not writing or devouring other people's novels, she reviews books for TheLoopNY. She lives in New York with her husband and three children.

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