Thursday, May 7, 2009

Cover Art - "My Soul To Save" by Rachel Vincent

Rachel Vincent has posted the cover for My Soul To Save the book that follows her debut young adult urban fantasy My Soul To Take`(coming August 1, 2009). No blurb available yet. Part of the the new Harlequin Teen line of books. This one releases January 1, 2010.

10 comments:

  1. Hey, thanks for the mention! Just a minor correction, though. I write for Harlequin Teen, not Harper. ;-)

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  2. Hi Rachel *headdesk* I actually knew that because I profiled the Harlequin Teen launch earlier. Dang I shouldn't rush these things. Made the fix of course. Sorry about that!

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  3. Rachel got lucky again in the cover art department yet again. May the cover art fortune continue to follow her exquisite fiction. :) Also thanks for posting Doug.

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  4. These books ...I wants them.

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  5. Doug,

    I can't wait for this series. :)

    M

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  6. I like the cover, very whimsical but on the dark side.

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  7. Harry yes these are strong covers and completely different from her adult series. The nicely capture the surreal nature of the story character.

    Ana read the first one, it's delicious. Review to come shortly.

    Aug 1 isn't too far away Michelle.

    Spot on Fantasy Dreamer, the story is surprisingly dark...but good!

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  8. LOL my upcoming review is for My Soul To Take. No special deluxe time machine here to whisk me ultra advance reader copies.

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  9. Doug, how come you get the best books to read? Anyways I have to admit that whatever Miss Vincent writes is always somewhat different and never fails to build interest.

    I have been waiting for some of the b-list monsters to snatch the spotlight and banshees are a great start.

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  10. Hey Harry I consider myself very lucky for the early peeks I get. The first book is great and Banshees are such an interesting supernatural.

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