Friday, October 26, 2012

Cover Reveal: Blood Bound by Keshia Swaim from Spencer Hill Press





We have a cover reveal for a special book this week.  Blood Bound is the debut of Keshia Swaim, whose short story, "Family Ties," opened the UnCONventional anthology that came out in January, and has been expanded into this novel. Kay Kaynak from Spencer Hill Press says, "It reminds me of Morganville Vampires... but with fae! I think you'll enjoy it."

Blood Bound

   Starting college a year early is hard. Starting fae college and learning to protect the world from the Unseelie is harder.

   Brielle Reed has always been an over-achiever, but this time she may have bitten off more than she can chew. Between her crash course in fae politics, struggles to control her new mind-reading ability, training sessions with the demanding Dr. Schwartz, and discoveries about the father who is still a mystery to her, Brielle finds herself longing for a chance at a normal life.

   But she may not get that chance. Or chance at a life at all, for that matter.

Title: Blood Bound
Author: Keshia Swaim
ISBN: 978-1-937053-45-1
Release Date: September 10, 2013
Formats: Paper, e-book

For the cover reveal, we have two, count 'em, two covers! And we'd like to know which you and your readers prefer. In the spirit of the election season, we'd like to ask for your vote! 




http://www.freeblogpolls.com/polls/1252463-which-design-do-you-prefer-the-one-with-the-hand-or-the-one-with-the-girl-on-the-cover 



Keshia Swaim grew up in a tiny Oklahoma town and, perhaps out of boredom, became an obsessive reader at an early age. After reading all the books the library had to offer, she began making up her own stories. 

Like all good Oklahomans, Keshia attended the University of Oklahoma. She studied History, with a minor in Modern Literature, but her real goal was finding a husband. Two weeks after graduation she received her Mrs. degree as well. 

She and Prince Charming still live in Oklahoma, where they’ve started a family. Between dirty diapers, Keshia tries to avoid reality as much as possible, stating that her own little world is a much more interesting place to be. Her ramblings can be found at 1bookaddict.blogspot.com.





1 comments:

  1. I really like the hand cover. The story sounds super fun. Thanks for sharing!

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