And here it is, the moment I’ve been waiting for…okay, one of the moments I’ve been waiting for. I’ve now received the 99% complete proof of the cover for my novella, THE PRINCE OF GRAVES. I love it. The artist has done a lot in his past, but this was his first book cover. I think he did an awesome job. I’m going to try to convince him to open his services to other writers as well. If he agrees, I’ll post his website link under the resources tab to the left.
THE PRINCE OF GRAVES should be released at the end of the month, or early February (I’m going to be saying that a lot, sorry).
Author Profile: Melissa Gutierrez
Blog site: http://www.tumblr.com/blog/wordreign
Any other site you’d like to highlight (like Facebook): Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/13233901-scars
Amazon author page: http://www.amazon.com/Melissa-Gutierrez/e/B006M0WNK2/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1
Book Genre: Thriller
Title and description: Scars (Victory Series)
Bianca Laughlin was an average college student when she was recruited for the US government’s most secretive counterterrorist agency. Now, eight years later, she is finally able to integrate back into civilian life. Moving back to her hometown with her assistant, Michael Kent, at her side seems easy enough. But when her romantic life is forced to the side by her ever demanding job, Bianca is forced to make the toughest choice of her life.
Melissa’s book has just recently been released, and she’s expecting the printed version any day now. Please show this new novelist support and visit her blog (DO NOT GO GENTLE INTO THAT GOOD NIGHT) and check out Scars. I’ll be adding it to my “To read” list on Good Reads soon.
You can view this profile and other Author Snapshots at the New Authors link on the left of the Sojourner Mountain page. If you’d like to be featured with an Author Snapshot, just send me a message through the Submit button. I’d love to feature you!
How to Write an Awful Book
“In Hollywood the woods are full of people that learned to write but evidently can’t read. If they could read their stuff, they’d stop writing.”
An article on common pitfalls we new writers face. Check it out on The Weathered Journal.