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Cover Reveal: Jennifer Walkup’s SECOND VERSE

March 18th, 2013 (03:51 pm)
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Originally published at Author Shveta Thakrar. You can comment here or there.

I’ve basically fallen off the face of the earth lately, thanks to freelance deadlines and other things, but I am thrilled to be back long enough to share some wonderful news with you. My dear, dear friend Jennifer Walkup has been given the go-ahead to share the cover for her debut YA novel Second Verse.

I read Second Verse while it was in draft form, and I’m super excited for this wonderful part ghost story, part thriller to appear on shelves this October, just in time for Halloween!

So you can share in the joy, Jenn’s having a giveaway to go along with the reveal! Read on for details.

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Cover Reveal for Jennifer Walkup’s Second Verse–with an Epic Giveaway Contest!

Check out the cover for Jennifer Walkup’s Second Verse and click below to enter the Epic Cover Reveal Contest over at Me, My Shelf and I–she’s giving away signed ARCs, signed bookmarks and an Amazon gift card!

 

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Bad things come in threes. In Shady Springs, that includes murder.

Murder Now
Lange Crawford’s move to Shady Springs, Pennsylvania, lands her a group of awesome friends, a major crush on songwriter Vaughn, and life in a haunted, 200-year-old farmhouse. It also brings The Hunt: an infamous murder mystery festival where students solve a fake, gruesome murder scheme during the week of Halloween. Well, supposedly fake.

Murder Then
Weeks before The Hunt, Lange and her friends hold a séance in the farmhouse’s eerie barn. When a voice rushes through, whispering haunting words that only she and Vaughn can hear, Lange realizes it’s begging for help. The mysterious voice leads Lange and Vaughn to uncover letters and photos left behind by a murdered girl, Ginny, and they become obsessed with her story and the horrifying threats that led to her murder.

Murder Yet to Come
But someone doesn’t like their snooping, and Lange and Vaughn begin receiving the same threats that Ginny once did. The mysterious words from the barn become crucial to figuring out Ginny’s past and their own, and how closely the two are connected. They must work fast to uncover the truth or risk finding out if history really does repeat itself.

CLICK HERE FOR THE CONTEST, AND GOOD LUCK! http://www.memyshelfandi.com/