Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Cover Reveal (#11)

His world is music… 

…Her world is silent. 

Ali Blinde was a prodigy destined to become one of the greatest musicians of the 21st century. 
Until the brain tumor struck. 

Now seventeen, Ali lives in a soundless world where she gets by with ASL and lip-reading. So when she meets Jace Beckett, she thinks he’s her worst nightmare come true. Jace is the lead singer in the wildly-popular band, Tone Deaf, and he’s exactly the kind of success-story Ali hates and resents.
Nineteen-year-old Jace has it all: fame, money, and any girl he wants. Every night on tour brings a new performance and a new girl, which is just what he needs to avoid the pain of relationships.  
But when Jace learns Ali is being abused, he reluctantly proposes a solution: Run away with him and his band as they tour the country. With freedom in sight, Ali takes the offer. Immediately, she’s swept into a world filled with wild punk music, wilder musicians, and maybe—just maybe—love. 

How many teenage girls get to say that they're an author? That's what first drew me to Tone Deaf, a new adult romance set to hit the shelves November 4th 2013. I mean, even before I saw the cover, I wanted it. I don't like cliché contemporary romances, as I like my stories with a bit more depth. Tone Deaf is a contemporary romance, but the story promises to be so much more than simply boy-meets-girl-falls-in-love.

AND ISN'T THE COVER PRETTY?! The author also designed it herself, which I'm pretty impressed about. I mean, I get all excited over being able to do some simple HTML, so someone managing to write a book and make a gorgeous cover...I'm kind of tipping my hat off to her right now.

So yeah - Tone Deaf has definitely been added to my TBR list. But has it made yours yet? If you're curious, check out some of the links below to learn more. I think Rivers is going to be an author to look out for.

Olivia Rivers is the author of six novels, ranging in genres from Epic Fantasy to Contemporary Romance. Along with being a writer, she’s a freelance digital artist, a literary agent assistant, and a high school student.  She’s a nerd at heart, and is a hopeless fan-girl for Doctor Who and Arrested Development. Olivia lives in California with a dog who thinks he’s a cat, a cat who thinks he’s a dog, and a kitten who is just generally confused.

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