Cover Reveal: The House That Didn't End by E. K. Seaver
This post needs no introduction. I'm preeeety sure that cover right there is intro enough.
Y'all remember E. K. Seaver? (Hopefully, you signed up for her launch team...) Anyway, she's my amazing friend who wrote this amazing book. Maybe you had a chance to read the early version she had on her blog. I did, and on top of that I got to help line edit it...so maybe I'm biased when I say that this is gonna be one of the best fantasy books you've ever read.
*clears throat* But my point of this post is not to gush about the book, but to gush about the cover. Because, yes, I am one of those cover-judgers. You might could call me a book appearance discriminator. It's true.
I mean, just look at it. Wait. You probably can't fully appreciate its wonderfulness from this distance.
I'm in love.
I'll be honest, though. I got green and brown and black vibes from the story itself, so this wasn't how I'd envisioned it looking BUT WHO CARES! This thing is SOOOOO gorgeous!!!!!
I was even so inspired by the cover that I made a collage. (You didn't see that coming, did ya?)
Now, I've got more to share! It's time y'all learned more about this book!
About the Book
Nothing, not even the creepy house in the woods, can dissuade Ly O’Dare from finishing this scavenger hunt. Where else can a broke seventeen-year-old get enough money to finance her art endeavors and start a business?
Even being snowed in with a sarcastic stranger isn’t too bad, and as long as he is helping her find the hidden staircase, she’ll tolerate his quips. Jackson Evergreen’s quest was something he had been preparing for his entire life. And now he’s finally at the end of it, so close to saving the world when he gets snowed in with a bubbly blonde named Ly. The house is more dangerous than either of them prepared for, though, and Jackson’s suddenly thrust into a situation he didn’t intend to get in and is falling for a girl he only just met.
One thing they know for sure, however, in this house, nothing is what it seems.
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About the Author
To find an E. K. Seaver, you must set a trap. The best option is to lure her in using chocolate, blankets, and a typewriter, but if none of those are on hand, spare books and Broadway music can be easily substituted.
She prefers to be wild and free, though. Whether it includes adventuring through the Rocky Mountains or curled up at a local bookshop, she uses her freedom to produce art. From books to scarves to paintings, Ms. Seaver strives to honor her King in every aspect of her creative works. She desires her stories to hold a meaning beyond the tale and attempts to follow in the footsteps of storytellers who came before her.
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