Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Cover Reveal: In Control by Crystal Serowka

 In Control by Crystal Serowka
The City #2
Genre: Contemporary NA
Expected release date: October 27th, 2013  
Cover Designed by Angie Fields @ I Love It Design Studio
I wasn’t a typical teenager.
I’d been through more rough patches than a weed eater.
I didn’t grow up behind a white picket fence.
I didn’t go to Sunday school.
My body was no temple, though it was worshiped by many.
Girls kept their boyfriends away from me for good reason.
I was desired.
While my friends were following the rules, I was breaking them.
I’m careless.
I don’t apologize for who I am.
I embrace it.
But all things must come to an end.
He was my new beginning.
Racquel's thoughts:
Today, I'm helping author Crystal reveal the cover of her second book. Yay! I was expecting  In Control to match In the Air so I was pleasantly surprised when I first saw this cover! I love the red and especially the words in the background. I love when covers have that. I also like how half of the girl is on the front of the cover, and the other half is on the back. Overall, I think cover designer Angie Fields did a nice job!

About the series:
In the Air
Book #1 - companion novel
March 26th 2013
Goodreads summary:

It all began on a New York City sidewalk. It was so surreal. Juilliard, the enormous brick building that held my dreams and the possibilities of my future. I was prepared for the challenges ahead. What I didn’t expect was to lose my focus the second I met him. Living the dance was no longer the only important thing in my life.

The City opened my eyes, but he transformed me.

Two dancers. One big city. He was determined to make a new start. She was ready to make it in the ballet world. Neither expected love to play a part in achieving their dreams. They also didn't expect it to be so destructive. Samson and Natalia took the leap anyway, not worrying about the fall.
About the author:
Crystal Serowka grew up in Chicago, writing poetry and listening to bands that were cool way before her time. She had many different aspirations in life, but the one thing that stuck out more than the others was writing. In her early twenties, Crystal moved to Indianapolis in pursuit of major changes. She overcame a broken heart, listening to The Smiths on repeat, and soon after got back up on her horse.

In 2009, Crystal lost her father to cancer, and the only thing that got her through the tough time was writing about the experience. Last year, she made the decision to self-publish books, touching on the subjects that she knew best: heartbreak, loss of a parent, and music. In the Air, the first book in The City series, was released on Amazon last April.

Find the author: Twitter | Facebook 
So, how do you feel about this cover? Have you read the first companion novel, In the Air?

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