algonquinyoungreaders:

The second teaser from Nova Ren Suma’s The Walls Around Us is here, and all about wishes.  Are you wishing you could see the cover? Stay tuned to books.tumblr.com on Monday 8/4!

The gorgeous cover of my new book THE WALLS AROUND US will be revealed on books.tumblr.com on Monday! Can’t wait to show you.

algonquinyoungreaders:

Here’s the first teaser from Nova Ren Suma’s forthcoming YA novel,  The Walls Around Us.  In case you missed it, books.tumblr.com will be revealing the (ridiculously beautiful) cover on Monday, 8/4!

algonquinyoungreaders:

Here’s the first teaser from Nova Ren Suma’s forthcoming YA novel,  The Walls Around Us.  In case you missed it, books.tumblr.com will be revealing the (ridiculously beautiful) cover on Monday, 8/4!

books:

Big news! In one week we’ll be holding the first-ever books.tumblr.com cover reveal! Check back next Monday, August 4, for the exclusive debut of the cover for Nova Ren Suma’s new YA novel The Walls Around Us. 
We’re hearing lots of great buzz about this new one from the author of Imaginary Girls and 17 & Gone. It’s a ghostly story of suspense involving a young dancer and a girls’ juvenile detention center—just think of it as “Orange Is the New Black Swan.”  

ICYMI… THIS is happening!!

books:

Big news! In one week we’ll be holding the first-ever books.tumblr.com cover reveal! Check back next Monday, August 4, for the exclusive debut of the cover for Nova Ren Suma’s new YA novel The Walls Around Us.

We’re hearing lots of great buzz about this new one from the author of Imaginary Girls and 17 & Gone. It’s a ghostly story of suspense involving a young dancer and a girls’ juvenile detention center—just think of it as “Orange Is the New Black Swan.” 

ICYMI… THIS is happening!!

A Cover Tease from the Writing Retreat

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So I’m down in Florida for a week of writing and while I was in the insane clog of crowded madness that was the JetBlue gate at LaGuardia Airport, I needed to find wifi so I could share some NEWS about my cover!

First, rewind back to September of last year and this was what The Walls Around Us looked like when I was writing it:

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If you want to see what The Walls Around Us looks like now—it’s…

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Cover Coming Soon!

So I’m down in Florida for a week of writing and while I was in the insane clog of crowded madness that was the JetBlue gate at LaGuardia Airport, I needed to find wifi so I could share some NEWS about my cover! If you want to see what THE WALLS AROUND US looks like now—it’s looks really damn good, that’s not a spoiler—you will soon be able to see the cover. Tumblr (!!!) is revealing it one week from today, on Monday, August 4, on books.tumblr.com… This is the first time Tumblr is doing a cover reveal, and on a personal note this is the first time one of my books has ever even *had* a cover reveal. There will be teaser excerpts from the manuscript revealed this week, too… Please keep an eye out and celebrate with me. I often feel like a very small person in a very large and crowded room (much like that JetBlue gate at LaGuardia airport), and this feels surreal and very thrilling and thank you for listening!

Here is what Tumblr said about it today (plus, thrown in, an “Orange Is the New Black Swan” reference!)…

books:

Big news! In one week we’ll be holding the first-ever books.tumblr.com cover reveal! Check back next Monday, August 4, for the exclusive debut of the cover for Nova Ren Suma’s new YA novel The Walls Around Us. 
We’re hearing lots of great buzz about this new one from the author of Imaginary Girls and 17 & Gone. It’s a ghostly story of suspense involving a young dancer and a girls’ juvenile detention center—just think of it as “Orange Is the New Black Swan.”  

YES THIS IS HAPPENING THIS IS MY BOOK WHAT!! Tumblr Books is going to reveal my new book cover next week… and oh, oh, I love this cover, I can’t wait to show you. Stay tuned August 4 for the cover of THE WALLS AROUND US!

books:

Big news! In one week we’ll be holding the first-ever books.tumblr.com cover reveal! Check back next Monday, August 4, for the exclusive debut of the cover for Nova Ren Suma’s new YA novel The Walls Around Us.

We’re hearing lots of great buzz about this new one from the author of Imaginary Girls and 17 & Gone. It’s a ghostly story of suspense involving a young dancer and a girls’ juvenile detention center—just think of it as “Orange Is the New Black Swan.” 

YES THIS IS HAPPENING THIS IS MY BOOK WHAT!! Tumblr Books is going to reveal my new book cover next week… and oh, oh, I love this cover, I can’t wait to show you. Stay tuned August 4 for the cover of THE WALLS AROUND US!

novaren:

This is what my novel The Walls Around Us looked like last September, when I was deep into writing it at a studio at the MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire…
Very, very soon you will see what The Walls Around Us looks like now. 
(The book will be out March 24, 2015, from Algonquin.)


Remember this image. :) This is my book while I was writing it! novaren:

This is what my novel The Walls Around Us looked like last September, when I was deep into writing it at a studio at the MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire…
Very, very soon you will see what The Walls Around Us looks like now. 
(The book will be out March 24, 2015, from Algonquin.)


Remember this image. :) This is my book while I was writing it!

novaren:

This is what my novel The Walls Around Us looked like last September, when I was deep into writing it at a studio at the MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire…

Very, very soon you will see what The Walls Around Us looks like now. 

(The book will be out March 24, 2015, from Algonquin.)

Remember this image. :) This is my book while I was writing it!

bethrevis:

bethrevis:

Remember those AMAZING portraits of Amy and Elder that Christine Tyler did for the Across the Universe series? I got her to make portraits of the main characters of my next book, The Body Electric, Jack and Ella!
As with the first two portraits, there is a TON of symbolism in these two. Bees and fireflies; trees and waves; torn flags and broken strings; colors and clothing. Seriously: nearly every aspect of these two illustrations holds a very important piece of symbolism relevant to the story. 
Here’s your mission—and a chance to win a complete signed trilogy of my first three books, plus a signed and numbered, limited edition of my new book, The Body Electric, plus art cards with these illustrations printed on them! 
Examine the portraits of Jack and Ella closely—you can click on them to embiggen.
Reblog, tweet, and/or FB with a link describing what you think one thing in the illustration may symbolize. Example: ”I think the knife in Jack’s boot means he’s a soldier!” (If you FB or tweet, make sure you tag me so I see it.)
I will randomly select one winner to receive four signed books. All entries must be posted by midnight on August 1, 2014. Contest open internationally; if you’re younger than 18 years old, you need your parent/guardian’s permission to enter and receive a prize. Prize will be mailed when The Body Electric releases this fall. 
Winner will be announced in my newsletter, along with a cover reveal of The Body Electric and a full description of what each of the symbols in the illustrations actually mean. You can subscribe and see it all delivered in your email inbox!
Get entering! Let me know your guesses of what you think the symbolism in The Body Electric could be & win FOUR SIGNED BOOKS!

Signal boost! And friendly reminder that you need to reblog with your guesses about the pics for it to count! 
bethrevis:

bethrevis:

Remember those AMAZING portraits of Amy and Elder that Christine Tyler did for the Across the Universe series? I got her to make portraits of the main characters of my next book, The Body Electric, Jack and Ella!
As with the first two portraits, there is a TON of symbolism in these two. Bees and fireflies; trees and waves; torn flags and broken strings; colors and clothing. Seriously: nearly every aspect of these two illustrations holds a very important piece of symbolism relevant to the story. 
Here’s your mission—and a chance to win a complete signed trilogy of my first three books, plus a signed and numbered, limited edition of my new book, The Body Electric, plus art cards with these illustrations printed on them! 
Examine the portraits of Jack and Ella closely—you can click on them to embiggen.
Reblog, tweet, and/or FB with a link describing what you think one thing in the illustration may symbolize. Example: ”I think the knife in Jack’s boot means he’s a soldier!” (If you FB or tweet, make sure you tag me so I see it.)
I will randomly select one winner to receive four signed books. All entries must be posted by midnight on August 1, 2014. Contest open internationally; if you’re younger than 18 years old, you need your parent/guardian’s permission to enter and receive a prize. Prize will be mailed when The Body Electric releases this fall. 
Winner will be announced in my newsletter, along with a cover reveal of The Body Electric and a full description of what each of the symbols in the illustrations actually mean. You can subscribe and see it all delivered in your email inbox!
Get entering! Let me know your guesses of what you think the symbolism in The Body Electric could be & win FOUR SIGNED BOOKS!

Signal boost! And friendly reminder that you need to reblog with your guesses about the pics for it to count! 
bethrevis:

bethrevis:

Remember those AMAZING portraits of Amy and Elder that Christine Tyler did for the Across the Universe series? I got her to make portraits of the main characters of my next book, The Body Electric, Jack and Ella!
As with the first two portraits, there is a TON of symbolism in these two. Bees and fireflies; trees and waves; torn flags and broken strings; colors and clothing. Seriously: nearly every aspect of these two illustrations holds a very important piece of symbolism relevant to the story. 
Here’s your mission—and a chance to win a complete signed trilogy of my first three books, plus a signed and numbered, limited edition of my new book, The Body Electric, plus art cards with these illustrations printed on them! 
Examine the portraits of Jack and Ella closely—you can click on them to embiggen.
Reblog, tweet, and/or FB with a link describing what you think one thing in the illustration may symbolize. Example: ”I think the knife in Jack’s boot means he’s a soldier!” (If you FB or tweet, make sure you tag me so I see it.)
I will randomly select one winner to receive four signed books. All entries must be posted by midnight on August 1, 2014. Contest open internationally; if you’re younger than 18 years old, you need your parent/guardian’s permission to enter and receive a prize. Prize will be mailed when The Body Electric releases this fall. 
Winner will be announced in my newsletter, along with a cover reveal of The Body Electric and a full description of what each of the symbols in the illustrations actually mean. You can subscribe and see it all delivered in your email inbox!
Get entering! Let me know your guesses of what you think the symbolism in The Body Electric could be & win FOUR SIGNED BOOKS!

Signal boost! And friendly reminder that you need to reblog with your guesses about the pics for it to count! 
bethrevis:

bethrevis:

Remember those AMAZING portraits of Amy and Elder that Christine Tyler did for the Across the Universe series? I got her to make portraits of the main characters of my next book, The Body Electric, Jack and Ella!
As with the first two portraits, there is a TON of symbolism in these two. Bees and fireflies; trees and waves; torn flags and broken strings; colors and clothing. Seriously: nearly every aspect of these two illustrations holds a very important piece of symbolism relevant to the story. 
Here’s your mission—and a chance to win a complete signed trilogy of my first three books, plus a signed and numbered, limited edition of my new book, The Body Electric, plus art cards with these illustrations printed on them! 
Examine the portraits of Jack and Ella closely—you can click on them to embiggen.
Reblog, tweet, and/or FB with a link describing what you think one thing in the illustration may symbolize. Example: ”I think the knife in Jack’s boot means he’s a soldier!” (If you FB or tweet, make sure you tag me so I see it.)
I will randomly select one winner to receive four signed books. All entries must be posted by midnight on August 1, 2014. Contest open internationally; if you’re younger than 18 years old, you need your parent/guardian’s permission to enter and receive a prize. Prize will be mailed when The Body Electric releases this fall. 
Winner will be announced in my newsletter, along with a cover reveal of The Body Electric and a full description of what each of the symbols in the illustrations actually mean. You can subscribe and see it all delivered in your email inbox!
Get entering! Let me know your guesses of what you think the symbolism in The Body Electric could be & win FOUR SIGNED BOOKS!

Signal boost! And friendly reminder that you need to reblog with your guesses about the pics for it to count! 
bethrevis:

bethrevis:

Remember those AMAZING portraits of Amy and Elder that Christine Tyler did for the Across the Universe series? I got her to make portraits of the main characters of my next book, The Body Electric, Jack and Ella!
As with the first two portraits, there is a TON of symbolism in these two. Bees and fireflies; trees and waves; torn flags and broken strings; colors and clothing. Seriously: nearly every aspect of these two illustrations holds a very important piece of symbolism relevant to the story. 
Here’s your mission—and a chance to win a complete signed trilogy of my first three books, plus a signed and numbered, limited edition of my new book, The Body Electric, plus art cards with these illustrations printed on them! 
Examine the portraits of Jack and Ella closely—you can click on them to embiggen.
Reblog, tweet, and/or FB with a link describing what you think one thing in the illustration may symbolize. Example: ”I think the knife in Jack’s boot means he’s a soldier!” (If you FB or tweet, make sure you tag me so I see it.)
I will randomly select one winner to receive four signed books. All entries must be posted by midnight on August 1, 2014. Contest open internationally; if you’re younger than 18 years old, you need your parent/guardian’s permission to enter and receive a prize. Prize will be mailed when The Body Electric releases this fall. 
Winner will be announced in my newsletter, along with a cover reveal of The Body Electric and a full description of what each of the symbols in the illustrations actually mean. You can subscribe and see it all delivered in your email inbox!
Get entering! Let me know your guesses of what you think the symbolism in The Body Electric could be & win FOUR SIGNED BOOKS!

Signal boost! And friendly reminder that you need to reblog with your guesses about the pics for it to count! 

bethrevis:

bethrevis:

Remember those AMAZING portraits of Amy and Elder that Christine Tyler did for the Across the Universe series? I got her to make portraits of the main characters of my next book, The Body Electric, Jack and Ella!

As with the first two portraits, there is a TON of symbolism in these two. Bees and fireflies; trees and waves; torn flags and broken strings; colors and clothing. Seriously: nearly every aspect of these two illustrations holds a very important piece of symbolism relevant to the story. 

Here’s your mission—and a chance to win a complete signed trilogy of my first three books, plus a signed and numbered, limited edition of my new book, The Body Electricplus art cards with these illustrations printed on them! 

  • Examine the portraits of Jack and Ella closely—you can click on them to embiggen.
  • Reblog, tweet, and/or FB with a link describing what you think one thing in the illustration may symbolize. Example: ”I think the knife in Jack’s boot means he’s a soldier!” (If you FB or tweet, make sure you tag me so I see it.)

I will randomly select one winner to receive four signed books. All entries must be posted by midnight on August 1, 2014. Contest open internationally; if you’re younger than 18 years old, you need your parent/guardian’s permission to enter and receive a prize. Prize will be mailed when The Body Electric releases this fall. 

Winner will be announced in my newsletter, along with a cover reveal of The Body Electric and a full description of what each of the symbols in the illustrations actually mean. You can subscribe and see it all delivered in your email inbox!

Get entering! Let me know your guesses of what you think the symbolism in The Body Electric could be & win FOUR SIGNED BOOKS!

Signal boost! And friendly reminder that you need to reblog with your guesses about the pics for it to count! 

ycphotographs:

last train to hokkaido, by evgeniy-shaman