Thursday, May 23, 2013

RUBY'S FIRE Cover Reveal!

Cover reveals are always exciting. It's like that last ultrasound to check on your baby before the real labor begins. New life is thrilling, and in the literary sense, it's every author's oxygen.


Ruby's Fire (Book II in the Fireseed series) by Catherine Stine

The book, however, can be a stand alone.
Released Date: June 26, 2013
Genre: YA Sci Fi

Description:

If everything about you changes, what remains?

Seventeen year-old Ruby, long-pledged to the much older Stiles from the Fireseed desert cult, escapes with only a change of clothes, a pouch of Oblivion Powder and her mute little brother, Thorn. Arriving at The Greening, a boarding school for orphaned teens, she can finally stop running. Or can she? The Greening is not what it seems. Students are rampaging out of control and as she cares for the secret Fireseed crop, she experiences frightening physical changes. She’s ashamed of her attraction to burly, hard-talking Blane, the resident bodyguard, and wonders why she can’t be happy with the gentler Armonk. She’s long considered her great beauty a liability, a thing she’s misused in order to survive. And how is she to stop her dependence on Oblivion to find a real beauty within, using her talent as a maker of salves, when she has nightmares of Stiles without it?

When George Axiom, wealthy mogul of Vegas-by-the-Sea offers a huge cash prize for the winner of a student contest, Ruby is hopeful she might collect the prize to rescue her family and friends from what she now knows is a dangerous cult. But when Stiles comes to reclaim her, and Thorn sickens after creating the most astonishing contest project of all, the world Ruby knows is changed forever. This romantic fantasy set in 2099 on earth has a crafty heroine in Ruby, and a swoonworthy cast, which will surely appeal to the YA and new adult audience. + to your Goodreads!
Enjoyed what you see? Then offer to be a part of Catherine's book tour. Expresso Tours is currently organizing a book tour for Ruby's Fire at the end of July through August. If you are interested in joining the tour all you have to do is SIGN UP!

Catherine Stine writes YA, New Adult and middle grade fiction. Her YA futuristic thriller, Fireseed One, illustrated by the author was granted a Bronze Wishing Shelf Book Award and an Indie Reader Approved notable stamp. Her YA Refugees, earned a New York Public Library Best Book. Middle grade novels include A Girl’s Best Friend. More and more, she’s enjoying writing speculative tales. She teaches literature at the School of Visual Arts and creative writing at the Philadelphia Writing Conference and in her own ongoing NYC writing workshop. Catherine earned a double focus MFA in Creative Writing at the New School.
Visit her: Website / BlogGoodreads / Facebook / Twitter

My favorite part of this cover is definitely the elements of red. What's yours?

11 comments:

  1. Tweeted and shared!

    Congrats to the author! Love the cover!

    Hugs and chocolate,
    Shelly

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  2. Thanks so much, Sheri, for featuring Ruby today. Ruby's Fire is now on Goodreads, and I'd be honored for folks there to put it on their TBR list!

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  3. How cool to have a book 2 that can be a standalone novel.

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  4. Love the sound of this!! I'm going to have to go take a look at book 1 :) The cover is definitely intriguing!

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  5. Did you see this post on covers: http://www.novelmatters.com/2013/05/the-alure-of-blue-foil.html

    She talks about how a cover can make you buy a book. Lots to be said for the cover artist!

    Congrats and awesome.

    - Eric

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    1. Wow! Thanks, Eric. I'll go check it out!

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  6. Ruby sounds like a great character

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  7. I thought the same thing before reading your closing sentence: really love the red in the book cover.

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  8. I like the 3-D look to the artwork. It's like something produced by one of the animation companies. Love the sky and the sand background.

    Lee
    Wrote By Rote

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  9. Great looking cover. Lots of texture. Love the phoenix-looking bird.

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