THE COVER REVEAL Today, I am excited to reveal the new cover and official summary for Swap’d, the sequel to my middle-grade debut, Click’d. Plus, Click'd is also getting a whole new look to match! Take a look at these. Aren't they adorable? I’m so grateful to two incredibly-talented people—Disney Books designer Mary
INTRODUCING "TIME AND TIME AGAIN" If you’ve read Stacee’s post at www.toofondofbooks.com, you’ve already heard the big news! Anna and Bennett are getting a whole new look. And their stories are going to be bound together forever. Introducing Time and Time Again: Anna’s story, Time Between Us, and Bennett’s story, Time After Time, all
I just found out that EVERY LAST WORD has been sent off to the printer, and it’s in the process of being transformed from a story told on really large sheets of paper into a real-life hardbound book that will sit on lovely bookshelves on June 16. That’s exactly three months from today. Happy sigh. Now
Cover Reveal: 'Every Last Word' by Tamara Ireland Stone Every Last Word is the latest novel from Tamara Ireland Stone about a teen girl hiding part of herself from the world. Every Last Word releases on June 16, 2015. Exclusive cover reveal here on Hypable.com. Check out the cover of my next novel, Every Last Word. I’m so
Take a look at the newest international book cover! This is how Time Between Us will look on bookshelves in Poland: To the talented team at Prószyński Media: Thank you for creating such a beautiful cover for Czas Pomiędzy Nami! I absolutely love it. I feel like I keep winning the book cover jackpot: (click to
You know, most days I'm still just trying to get my head around the idea of having a real book out there in the world. When I think about seeing it printed in various languages with different and beautiful covers... Wow. Just, wow. So you can imagine how giddy I am about this. It's the UK cover...
Huge thanks to The Story Siren for unveiling the TIME BETWEEN US cover! Check it out here. I could go on and on about how it feels to spend years in a solitary world with your fictional characters, enjoying their company immensely, and wishing someone else—just one other person—really knew them like you did. I could