When you join our cover reveal team, you also have the opportunity to receive a free advance review copy, either in ebook or in paperback. This means you get to read our books two or three months before anyone else.
2. Cool Art
They say not to judge a book by its cover, but let's be honest: we all do. A good cover broadcasts important clues to the book's content, genre, and tone. The cover reveal is one of the most exciting moments in a book's debut, and as part of our cover reveal team, you get to see it first and help amplify that excitement. If we're having trouble deciding on a design, we may even tap the cover reveal team for opinions.
When you host a cover reveal for an author, you've instantly made a new friend. If you want to do more than just the cover reveal, we can put you in contact with the author to coordinate an interview, guest blog, or giveaway. This boosts traffic to your blog, and forges ties that could benefit your own writing, either now or in the future. Tit-for-Tat favors won't get you far, but express genuine interest in another writer's career and they'll be more likely to express genuine interest in yours.
We publish books in a variety of different genres, including epic fantasy, urban fantasy, science fiction, young adult, paranormal romance, and contemporary romance. We're a little light on the science fiction these days, but maybe you can help us out with that during our next open submissions period.
When you join our cover reveal team, you can pick which opportunities fit your audience. Don't want to post our contemporary romance cover on your science fiction blog? No problem, just say "this one's not for me," and we'll still send you the next opportunity.
Here are some of the upcoming World Weaver Press books we'll be doing cover reveals for in the next six months or so:
The Meddlers of Moonshine by A.E. Decker
YA Fantasy: Something is rotten in the town of Widget, and Rags-n-Bones knows it's all his fault.
Krampusnacht Two, edited by Kate Wolford
Fantasy and Horror anthology about Krampus, Santa's dark companion
Solomon's Bell by Michelle Lowery Combs
YA Fantasy: Ginn thinks she has problems at home until she magically lands herself in 16th Century Prague.
Covalent Bonds, edited by Trysh Thompson
Contemporary Romance anthology: Forget the old stereotypes: Geeks are sexy.
Dream Eater by K. Bird Lincoln
Urban Fantasy: A half-Japanese college student dreams other peoples' dreams.
Vanity in Dust by Cheryl Low
Fantasy: In the Realm there are whispers. Whispers that the city used to be a different place.
Plus the last book in the Shards of History trilogy, the final volume of Rhonda Parrish's Magical Menageries, the sequel to Bite Somebody, and more.
5. It's super easy to sign up
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