Thursday, May 29, 2014

Cover Reveal: Our Beautiful Child

I am very happy to be helping Annalisa Crawford with her cover reveal today!
One, because cover reveals are so much fun.
And two, because Annalisa is an amazing writer. Her writing is eerie, beautiful, and truly unique.
Plus, she's a pretty great person on top of all that!
 
So, without further ado, here it is!
 

Release date: 10th June 2014         Publisher: Battered Suitcase Press

“The Boathouse collects misfits. Strange solitary creatures that yearn for contact with the outside world, but not too much. They sit, glass in hand, either staring at the table in front of them, or at some distant point on the horizon.”

… so says the narrator of Our Beautiful Child. And he’s been around long enough to know.

People end up in this town almost by accident. Ella is running away from her nightmares, Sally is running away from the memories of previous boyfriends and Rona is running away from university. Each of them seek sanctuary in the 18th century pub, The Boathouse; but in fact, that’s where their troubles begin.

Ella finds love, a moment too late; Rona discovers a beautiful ability which needs refining before she gets hurt; and Sally meets the captivating Murray, who threatens to ruin everything.

Three women. Three stories. One pub.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
I live in Cornwall UK, with a good supply of beaches and moorland right on my doorstep to keep me inspired. I live with my husband, two sons, a dog and a cat.
Despite my location, I neither surf nor sail, and have never had any inclination to try. I much prefer walking along a deserted beach and listening to the waves crashing over rocks. For this reason, I really love the beach in the winter!


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9 comments:

  1. Aw, thank you Rachel :-) And thanks for sharing my cover too!

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  2. Congrats Annalisa. The cover is so eye grabbing.

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  3. Congrats, Annalisa. Again! :D

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  4. I'm seeing this all over! This story sounds super cool.

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  5. Congrats to Annalisa! This sounds like an intriguing book...

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