It's live!! Cover Reveal: Your Voice Is All I Hear by Leah Scheier + Giveaway (US/Canada)
Today we're super excited to celebrate the cover reveal for YOUR VOICE IS ALL I HEAR by Leah Scheier, releasing September 1, 2015 from Sourcebooks. Before we get to the cover, here's a note from Leah:
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Here it is!
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YOUR VOICE IS ALL I HEAR
April won't let Jonah go without a fight. He’s her boyfriend—her best friend. She’ll do anything to keep him safe. But as Jonah slips into a dark depression, trying to escape the traumatic past that haunts him, April is torn. To protect Jonah, she risks losing everything: family, friends, an opportunity to attend a prestigious music school. How much must she sacrifice? And will her voice be loud enough to drown out the dissenters—and the ones in his head?
About the Author
Leah Scheier is the author of Secret Letters, a historical mystery featuring the daughter of the Great Detective. After finishing up her adventures in Victorian England, Leah moved back to modern times, and currently writes about teens in her hometown of Baltimore. During the day she waves around a pink stethoscope and sheets of Smurf stickers; at night she bangs on her battered computer and drinks too much caffeine. You can visit her website at leahscheier.com or say hi to her on Twitter @leahscheier.
Two winners will each receive a signed copy of YOUR VOICE IS ALL I HEAR (when available).
During each giveaway, we ask entrants a question pertaining to the book. Here is the question they'll be answering in the comments below for extra entries:
What do you think about the cover and synopsis?
I love the cover art and cannot wait to read this book! As a middle school teacher, I read A LOT of young adult literature, and I especially like human interest. This book certainly sounds intriguing.
I'm not actually a huge fan of the cover just because I don't like when people are used as models on book covers. It ruins the vision of the character that I have in my head. I do quite like the font on the cover, however, I've been seeing it on a lot of contemporary novels and it's really pretty. The synopsis is really eerie and mysterious and sucked me in instantly.
The cover would not make me even pick up the book, but reading the synopsis and seeing that it deals with depression does make me want to read it.