Cover Reveal: Yours Truly by Cassie Shine

Hello, dear readers! If you are a follower of mine on Twitter since last year, you would have read my tweet with Cassie Shine's Harp's Song, I rated it five stars! I have enjoyed reading that book so much. But I am sad too that I have not given it a review. Anyway, since I adore Shine's writing, I am so eager to participate to reveal the book cover of her new series, Pen Pals! Thank you a lot to Jen Halligan for making all of this possible. Lucky to be one of her tour hosts!

Expected Publication: September 2015
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary
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Sixteen-year-old Laia Hawkins wonders what in the heck she’s supposed to say to Adrian Gutierrez, the name of her new pen pal—thanks to her World History teacher. How could Adrian, from Seville, Spain, possibly relate to Laia and her quiet life in a suburb of Kansas City, Missouri?

But, as Adrian and Laia write to each other, friendship blossoms and secrets emerge. Laia finds comfort in Adrian’s letters confessing truths she’s kept hidden—even from those closest to her—like how lost she’s felt since her father’s death, her anxiety about graduation, and her fears about leaving her family and two best friends.

Adrian, determined to help Laia come out of her shell and face her fears, devises a series of challenges that she must complete and document in her letters to him.
And, what started as an innocent game of twenty questions becomes more.

Cassie Shine is the YA author of Harp’s Song and Harp’s Voice. An avid reader and lover of music, she has a weak spot for all things teenybopper, especially boy bands. She also loves classical, country, rock and well, pretty much everything.

After living in St. Louis for more than ten years, she and her husband packed up a U-Haul and headed west. They currently live in Orange County, CA with their furry kids Finnegan and Molly

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Let's leave it up to this quote from Emily Brontë: "And from the midst of cheerless gloom I passed to bright unclouded day."

  1. Not only is that cover absolutely gorgeous, but I've completely fallen in love with that synopsis too. The back and forth letters is such a unique concept and being two worlds apart, yet being able to confide in one another, it sounds beautiful. So many incredible contemporaries being released this year and this sounds like one I need as soon as it's released. Thanks so much for sharing poppet and putting it on my radar. Have already added it <3

    1. You're right there, Kelly! I am so fond of reading contemporaries since 2015 started. Yay. You're welcome! I am glad this book is added on your shelf! ;)

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    1. Hello, Cali. Yes it is. You're welcome. I hope you win!

  3. Thank you for this cover reveal! I loved the covers for Harp's Song and Voice (Cassie's first books) and this one is just beautiful. I love the fonts and colors and GAH, everything :D


    1. You're welcome, Kait! :) Glad you love it. I love Harp's Song, too! Everything from Cassie Shine!


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