November 29, 2012

Cover Reveal: Shadow of Time by Jen Minkman



Title: Shadow of Time
Author: Jen Minkman
Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Romance
Cover Designer: Jen Minkman
Cover reveal organized by: AToMR Tours
Expected release date: January 1, 2013

Blurb:
All Hannah needs is a nice and quiet vacation after her first year of teaching French at a high school. She joins her brother Ben for the summer in their mom’s log cabin in Arizona. There, she meets Josh again, Ben’s childhood friend from the Navajo reservation. The little boy from the rez has grown up fast, and Hannah can’t help but feeling more for him than just friendship.
But fate apparently has something else in store for her. And it’s not peace and quiet. Night after night, Hannah is plagued by strange nightmares about the past of Navajo Nation and terrifying shadows chasing her. They seem to come closer – and why is Josh always present in her dreams?
Sometimes, the past has a way of catching up with you.


Author Bio:
Jen Minkman (1978) was born in Holland, in the town of Alphen aan den Rijn. When she was 19, she moved between The Hague, Salzburg (Austria), Brussels (Belgium) and Cambridge (UK) to complete her studies in intercultural communication. She is currently a teacher of English, career counsellor and teenage coach at a secondary school in Voorburg, Holland. She tries to read at least 100 books a year (and write a few, too!). She is a published author in her own country, and translates her own books from Dutch into English for self-publication.
In her spare time, she plays the piano, the guitar and the violin. For every novel she writes, she creates a soundtrack.

5 comments:

  1. This book sounds amazing, and I live in Arizona, so I love to read books set in my state (doesn't happen too often!). Thanks for sharing this book--definitely adding it to my TBR :)

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  2. The cover looks fantastic! Would love to read it.. thanks for getting it under my radar.

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  3. The cover looks great - beautiful yet eerie and intriguing.

    I've lived in AZ and I too love reading stories set there.

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  4. I have cover issues. I am not a fan of this cover. And the butterfly throws me. Why is there a butterfly? Anyway, regardless of the cover, the book sounds like an interesting one. I love the Navajo theme...

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