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Cover Reveal & Giveaway!~ How A Star Falls by Amber Stokes

Hello, Hellooo!

It’s that time again when a new book is born! My friend, Amber Stokes, is getting ready to release two books actually, Morning Glory, and How A Star Falls. But we’ve already revealed the cover of Morning Glory, which will be coming this August. How A Star Falls, hopefully, will come this November  keeping fingers crossed for that!

Now, peeps, let’s reveal the cover …

How A Star Falls

Pretty, ain’t it? Yeah, I know. Another lovely job done by Lena Goldfinch. FYI, it’s her picture that’s on my sidebar. I highly recommend her in case you’re searching for a cover designer. She’s as quick and professional as she’s talented and friendly. 😉

Now, back to the cover! What say I about it? Hmmm …

The model does look like a star that’s falling, but well aware of where she’s “falling”   keeping my fingers crossed here, too, as I haven’t read the book yet. Hopefully, that will happen soon. 😉 If she’s not aware of where she’s falling, she surely isn’t afraid. She looks gentle but adventurous at the same time, like she has a story to tell, or will make a story worth been told.

Enough said.

Now, in celebration of this reveal, Amber will be giving away a $10 Amazon Gift card. Simply join via a Rafflecopter giveaway form. Do drop a comment, please. Can’t wait to hear your views. What say you about the cover?

About the Book

How A Star FallsHow does a star fall?

Quickly. Completely. Unexpectedly.

Derrick Knolane escapes to Trinidad Head most evenings, avoiding his apartment and planning for the day he’ll break free of Humboldt County. Working in a music store might be fine for a while, but it’s far from the goal he had in mind when he got his college degree. Not to mention the fact that his roommate is a jerk and his family won’t stop trying to run his life.

Then Brielle falls into his world.

She claims to be a star. Not from Hollywood, but from heaven. He thinks she’s crazy. Certainly delusional. Yet, he can’t just leave her alone on the cliffs. So he takes her home.

And his whole world falls apart.

A heartfelt and fanciful contemporary romance novella, How a Star Falls explores the uncertain season of new adulthood and shows that sometimes the worst inconveniences make for the best miracles of all.

About Amber Stokes (The Author)

wpid-Amber.jpgAmber Stokes works as a content writer for Harvest House Publishers and writes inspirational fiction depicting the seasons of life and love. Her passion for books compelled her to earn a bachelor’s degree in English and to run her own freelance editing and publicity business for over a year. Happily, the next step in her career lies in the Pacific Northwest—a part of the world she’s always considered home. Learn more about her indie-author adventure at

About Lena Goldfinch (The Cover Designer)

wpid-Lena-480px.jpgLena Goldfinch writes fantasy and romance for teens and adults. She’s a sucker for a good old-fashioned romance, whether it’s a novel, novella, or short story, young adult or adult, fantasy or realistic, contemporary or historical. Elements of romance, fantasy, and mystery have a way of creeping into her writing, even when she’s writing something light and contemporary. Learn more about Lena, her books, and her cover designs at

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  1. Always enjoy reading your thoughts on covers, my friend. 🙂 Thank you so much for taking the time to help me reveal my latest cover!

    BTW, I’m not sure if you heard yet…but I’m postponing the publication of Morning Glory. 😦 Here’s the link to the post I wrote about it: 1 Postponed Project + 1 New Project = Less Stress. I’m very sorry to you and all of my readers for the delay… But I hope that my writing and the stories will be better because of it. Crossing my fingers, too, that How a Star Falls will indeed release this fall!


    • Most welcome, Amber! 🙂 Always love revealing covers. No, I didn’t hear as I hadn’t read that post yet. I totally understand your reasons. My style of writing demands a lot of research, attention and planning, plus, I write a lot of words. Remember the To Die Once draft I sent you? I think it was about 110,000 words? Take your time to do it right, and all the best. 🙂

  2. Wonderful insight. (As ALWAYS, Miranda.) Thanks for posting this excellent reveal – it’s a pleasure to read your thoughts. 🙂

    • Thank you Rissi! Glad you approve. Lena makes such lovely covers, doesn’t she? Looking forward to reading this one. The cover and blurb look so interesting … 🙂

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