I'm excited to announce that on June 20th, less than two weeks from today, Reckoning (The Variant Series, #4) will be released!!
To celebrate the start of our countdown, today on the blog we're kicking things off with the official reveal of the cover and a giveaway!
So here it is, guys, the brand new cover for Reckoning!
Alexandra Parker came home from the past only to find herself in the middle of an underground war—one that could affect the fate of Variants everywhere.
Fighting an all-powerful government agency is tough enough, but when a secret from John Grayson's past comes back to haunt them all, the group's united front begins to crumble. And when Alex's own painful memories threaten to push her past her breaking point, the uprising stands to lose its most powerful weapon.
With their lives and their freedom on the line, can Declan, Nate, and the rest of the Grayson family hold it together long enough to bring down Director Carter and derail Brian's apocalyptic visions?
As Alex struggles to master her most volatile ability yet, only one thing is certain: the uprising's cold war with the Agency is about to turn red hot.
So what do you think? Getting excited for book four yet? Don't forget to mark your calendars, Reckoning will be available beginning on June 20th!
And to celebrate today's cover reveal, we're hosting a Rafflecopter giveaway of FIVE copies of the Reckoning eBook and a $10 Amazon gift card!! To enter, check out the widget below.
ETA: And that's a wrap! Thanks for participating, everyone! Kyra was the lucky winner of the $10 Amazon Gift Card! Everyone else will be receiving an ebook copy of Reckoning!
If you were one of the winners, you'll be hearing from me via e-mail before the day is out! Thanks!
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P.S. Time for the standard disclaimer—for those of you searching this post for the cover design credit... *nervously raises hand* Erm. It was me. I designed all of the covers in the Variant series myself. I realize this goes completely against the advice I always give about hiring someone to design your covers, but (in my meager defense) graphic design has been a hobby of mine for over ten years now. So I feel at least slightly qualified to do it myself... But still. This is most definitely a case of do as I say, not as I do! As an author, your book will always be better served by giving it the best cover possible—and if that means hiring a graphic designer instead of putting together a design of your own, then that's exactly what you should do. :)