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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Cover Reveal: Stars In Her Eyes by Clare C. Marshall



Stars In Her Eyes (Sparkstone #1) by Clare C. Marshall
Release: May 13, 2013 by Faery Ink Press

Summary:

Burn hot and cold.

Read minds.

Disappear at will.

Dream your own death.

Welcome to Sparkstone University, where some students are more gifted than others.

When Ingrid learns she’s been accepted at the hyper-secretive Sparkstone University, she is sceptical. It’s an honour to attend, apparently, and yet barely anyone has ever heard of the place.

And everyone seems a little too happy that she’s there: especially when she meets Sunni and her group of friends. They seem to already know Ingrid. As if she was expected. Expected to save Earth from an imminent alien invasion. Like she has superpowers or something.

As if magic and mutations exist. As if aliens are really planning to attack.

That just sounds ridiculous. There’s no such thing.

…right?

Wrong.


Cover Talk:

I LOVE this cover, any space or galaxyesque looking covers will easily pull me in and with the protagonist featured prominently and beautifully it's hard not to love. The alien eyes at the bottom of the cover (at least I think that's what they are) tie the cover together and make it all the more amazing.


About the Author


Clare C. Marshall grew up in rural Nova Scotia with very little television and dial up internet, and yet, she turned out okay. She has a combined honours degree in journalism and psychology from the University of King’s College, and is a graduate from Humber College’s Creative Book Publishing Program. She is a full time freelance editor, book designer, web manager, and publishing consultant. She enjoys publishing books through her imprint, Faery Ink Press. When she’s not writing, she enjoys playing the fiddle and making silly noises at cats.
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1 comment:

  1. Zach! Thank you for participating in the cover reveal. You know what? They're actually twin spaceships at the bottom of the cover--and I didn't notice they look a lot like alien eyes until I showed my family the cover a few days ago. And now, I'm like, CAN'T UNSEE! But it's cool, because the alien eyes fit with the story/theme as well. So it's all good, no matter what you see. :)

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