EVO Ghost Cover Reveal

 

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It is time for the cover reveal of EVO Ghost. I can’t believe that I’m at this stage and it is a little daunting. All of a sudden, I have realised how close I am to completing my first series and saying goodbye to characters who have been with me for years. *Sob*

Okay, enough with the sentiment. Let’s crack on with the reveal. First, I shall remind you of the covers for EVO Nation and EVO Shift:

 

Now, for the BIG reveal…

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I feel that this cover completes the trio with a minimalistic image, colours, and font. I am excited to see the whole series together on my book shelf. The next big reveal shall be the blurb for EVO Ghost. Oh my, I’m getting all emotional again.


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New Release: Train to The Edge of the Moon by Asper Blurry

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A few weeks ago, I posted an ARC review for Asper Blurry’s Train to the Edge of the Moon. I thoroughly enjoyed the unique, gritty narrative and writing style, and believe Blurry to be an author to watch in the future. Find my review here.

Train to the Edge of the Moon is now available on Amazon.

cover-for-train-smallPunk is no ordinary girl who takes life as it is. She has a nasty habit of getting in troubles, she shows the middle finger to people’s prejudice and stupidity, fights against her broken identity and the corporation where she works. She always goes against the stream with her heavy, tight shoes, but still tries to be a better person. Punk’s adventurous journey to become a poet starts in a Place Without a Name, continues in Italy and London. Her train is full of laughs, reflections, modern tales about our young lives and relationships and occasional heartbreaks. You will probably love and hate Punk at the same time, but it will be difficult to forget about her wild side of the moon.

A little bit more about Train to the Edge of the Moon:

We had Kerouac’s Sal Paradise, Salinger’s Holden Caulfield, Bukowski’s Hank Chinaski and we loved and hated them at the same time. All complex, broken, intriguing guys. Ages ago. But what about a girl who would be something more than the mix of them, occasionally taking off her very short skirt and showing the middle finger to mediocrity? Who would have no money nor fame, just a job in the corporation sucking out her soul. Who would be bold and fight for her better self and the meaning in her life? The only recent female character which I can think of is Larsson’s Lisbeth Salander (but with no killing urges, haha). So, should the readers get to know my Punk, see what’s beneath the surface of a young, modern outsider? Do you think we need her in our busy, filled with social media, but somehow shallow reality? Do we want her to light up that fire in our hearts? Yes. We do!

Italy and London play an important role in Punk’s life as not only some places, but living creatures. What’s more, my great inspiration for writing this book were, other than mentioned in the beginning, TV characters such as Dr House, Hank Moody, Bojack Horseman and the crew from “Girls”. With my feminine touch, observations and personal experience Punk has risen from the ashes of strong men’s world.

“Train to the Edge of the Moon” is about all shades of young people’s reality – struggles with career, love, friendship, sex, feeling lost in the corporate machinery. It’s funny, it makes you laugh and in the next moment it gets sad and dark and you want to crawl in the corner and cry a little. It also raises controversial issues such as addictions, depression, abuse. I believe that when you start reading my book you will see that my voice is genuine, original, sometimes quirky. And it will make you reflect on things and people surrounding you. Perhaps you will see yourself in some of my characters as well.

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Book Three Title & Cover Reveal

The time has come to reveal the title for my third and final book in the EVO Nation Series. This title came to me much easier than the last two. Deep down, I always knew it would be called this, but I didn’t want to set it in stone until I was 100%. I had a moment whilst writing, when the title linked in beautifully with the narrative, and I couldn’t avoid it any longer.

First, there was EVO Nation:

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Then, there was EVO Shift:

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Now, there is… *drumroll*…

EVO Ghost

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The third and final installment has a name! It is much nicer to reference an actual title than saying ‘book three’. Those of you who have read EVO Shift will understand the importance of this title by the ending of book two.


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