Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Through Glass - Cover Reveal

As you may or may not have noticed lately, I have been taking steps to promote the blog and increase readership.  As a part of that, I will be interacting more with other book blogs and participating in some book tours.  In fact, I have my very first book tour book ever sitting next to me as I write this.  You can look for my review of that book on September 10.  

Today, however, I'm joining a cover reveal for Rebecca Ethington's Through Glass.  The book releases on September 20 - just a few short weeks away.  I have not actually read anything written by Ethington, but she is a highly rated Goodreads author who writes mainly young adult work.  Through Glass looked intriguing to me, which is why I agreed to participate in this cover reveal.  

If the cover caught your attention, here's a little blurb to test the waters...
Everyone remembers the day the sky went black. They remember the screams as the blackness ate those who were out in the open, those who surrounded themselves by light, and those who made noise.
Everyone remembers the voice from the sky, the way food disappeared.
Everyone remembers the day the sky went black, and the sun was wiped from the sky.
At least that’s what I hope. I hope that there is an ‘everyone’ that will remember.
I hope that I am not alone.
Because I remember.
I remember, because it was the day I became alone.
It was the day the house went silent, and the birds stopped singing. It was the day when everyone disappeared, everyone except the boy, the only person I have seen in two years.
The boy I talk to through the glass.

Sounds interesting, right?  At least I think Ethington can guarantee some suspense, which always helps in these young adult novels.  Sounds like there's a bit of dystopia in there, too, which always gets me, as you know.  

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About Rebecca Ethington

Rebecca Ethington has been telling stories since she was small. First, with writing crude scripts, and then on stage with years of theatrical performances. The Imdalind Series is her first stint into the world of literary writing.

Rebecca is a mother to two, and wife to her best friend of 14 years. She was born and raised in the mountains of Salt Lake City, and hasn’t found the desire to leave yet. Her days are spent writing, running, and enjoying life with her amazing family.

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