Cover Reveal: How a Star Falls, by Amber Stokes


Today, the blogging community has the pleasure of introducing you to the upcoming novel from blogger extraordinaire, friend and indie author, Amber Stokes. Amber's first trilogy along with some novellas - "The Heart's Spring," has two of its novels released including Bleeding Heart and Forget Me Not with a third set to be available upon its eventual completion, Morning Glory. When I learned Amber was writing in a wildly different genre than her sweet historicals fit into, I confess to being excited about it because I am curious about this New Adult genre, and must say that I'm always on the lookout for young adult or more accurately new adult novels, all of which leaves me giddy with anticipation for the eventual release of this novella.
 
Before getting to the actual cover reveal, read more about the author and the cover designer.  
 
About the Author

Amber Stokes works as a content writer for Harvest House Publishers and writes inspirational fiction depicting the seasons of life and love. Her passion for books compelled her to earn a bachelor's degree in English and to run her own freelance editing and publicity business for over a year. Happily, the next step in her career lies in the Pacific Northwest—a part of the world she's always considered home. Learn more about her indie-author adventure at www.SeasonsofaStory.blogspot.com.
 
About the Cover Designer
Lena Goldfinch writes fantasy and romance for teens and adults. She's a sucker for a good old-fashioned romance, whether it's a novel, novella, or short story, young adult or adult, fantasy or realistic, contemporary or historical. Elements of romance, fantasy, and mystery have a way of creeping into her writing, even when she's writing something light and contemporary. Learn more about Lena, her books, and her cover designs at www.LenaGoldfinch.blogspot.com.


 
 
Oh, my goodness! Peeps, I love this cover. It's imaginative, has a lovely blue color palette that offers a "comforting" feel to a story that will probably offer some twists and turns and the image itself tells an elegant story that promises to be epic. The model seems to have the perfect look of "fragility," something appropriate to a celestial being as well as the entire look being finished off with a feeling of whimsy.

What do YOU think, readers?

The target publication is November 2014 in e-book format, though just adding in my "two cents," paperbacks are always welcome. *wink* 

Read more about Amber by visiting her publication blog (link in author profile) or searching her name on this blog - and visit the various other blogs revealing this cover to offer some words of congratulations for Amber.

I for one, am one girl who is going to not be able to resist ordering this as soon as it goes up on Amazon.

Bleeding Heart, blog review
Forget me Not, blog review

In celebration of the cover reveal, Amber also has an Amazon gift card to give away!
 
a Rafflecopter giveaway
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10 comments:

  1. Rissi, you always put together such beautiful graphics for your blog! I love the design you made for How a Star Falls + its blurb! :)

    Thank you so much for your enthusiasm for and interesting in this story! AND thank you for all the kind words about my books and this cover. :D

    As for the paperback comment...duly noted. ;) I'll see what I can do when the time comes! I myself wouldn't mind one bit having this gorgeous cover on my shelf. ;)

    ~Amber

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    1. I had TONS of fun with yours, Amber. Actually, I put this (graphic) together on a whim and it went up easily because, well, the subject was so pretty. :)

      It's always a pleasure to promote fabulous Christian fiction. I'm happy to help out with all your book news and thank *YOU* for letting me be a part of that. It's always a fun experience - and so well organized, too.

      Cool. ;) I'd just love to have this one shelved. What can I say?? It's that pretty.

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  2. The cover I like, the synopsis I find intriguing...Very nice.

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    1. Ditto on both comments, Ganise! Thanks for stopping by. :)

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    1. I agree, Net - the colors blend beautifully! :)

      Glad you stopped in.

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  4. So much fun! Yay for Amber too!!

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    1. Aww, thank you, Jamie! :)

      ~Amber

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    2. It is indeed, Jamie! And same here - Amber always writes a good story and this one will be no different. :)

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