Monday, September 15, 2014

Cover Reveal: "Shinigami Eyes" by Cheree & Adam Smith!

Today I'm super-thrilled to be part of this cover reveal organized by Dark World Books!

It's with much pleasure that I present you the print version of my latest book cover creation!

The book, Shinigami Eyes, is a YA paranormal horror written by Cheree Smith in collaboration with her brother, Adam Smith. Now, if you're a sucker for everything Japan-related and Manga, then this book should definitely be on your TBR like yesterday ;)

Hope you guys enjoy the cover and that you give the book a go!
*Out on October 31st in Paperback and eBook*

(Shinigami Eyes #1)

Most children hope to grow out of their imaginary friends.
17-year-old Rin Waters’ only hope is that hers doesn’t kill someone, especially when said imaginary friend puts a boy in a coma. Finding herself shipped half-way around the world—to Japan, of all places—she is forced to live with grandparents she hasn’t seen for ten years and a cousin she can’t even remember.
Rin would rather just forget about the one night that ruined her life and pretend her imaginary friend doesn’t exist—if it was only that easy. When manga-obsessed otaku, Matt, won’t stop pestering her about a manga that sees the future and the tragic accident she’ll be involved in if she doesn’t listen to him, pretending becomes quite a challenge.
Suddenly mysterious accidents begin to happen to students in her school, and Rin has to wonder what length Matt is willing to go to prove his manga is real. Is it all a sham or is there really something that wants to see Rin and her new friends dead?

Coming this Halloween
Add Shinigami Eyes to your Goodreads list!

What's the verdict? Do you like it? Let me, Cheree and Adam know your thoughts in the comments!


Cheree Smith lives in the coastal city of Newcastle in Australia where she is studying graphics design and photography. When she is not hard at study, she is busy writing paranormal, horror and dark stories for young adults. She enjoys listening to and learning about legends and myths, watching scary movies and dreaming up new worlds where monsters can come alive. When she is not in her writing cave she can be found listening to music, even dabbling in the occasional writing of music or reading.

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Adam Smith has always loved the Japanese culture, which began with his love of anime and manga. This helped him accomplish his goal of moving to Japan to become an ALT (assistant language teacher) in Iwate, Japan. When he’s not reading, writing or speaking Japanese, he is working on paranormal, horror and dark stories for young adults with his sister, Cheree.

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