The Blue Jay Cover Reveal + Giveaway

In just a few months, The Blue Jay, will be available to readers! I can barely contain my excitement!!!

But, you’re not here to hear about my excitement. You’re here to see a cover…

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AND HERE IT IS!!!

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A debut novel about a young woman and a young boy scarred by abandonment who find they share an unlikely bond.

Josie McCray was eight years old when her mother left. Now a young teacher, she guards her heart carefully but finds herself pulled to mentor a child in need.

Payton Runnells was 12 when his mother left. Now in foster care, he’s slow to trust anyone but senses that Josie might somehow understand the grief that grips him.

As Josie and Payton lower their walls and forge a friendship, they begin to open themselves up to all life has to offer.

**This cover is the work of the uber-talented Hanna Piepel, who managed to create something both beautiful and intriguing. She is amazing!!**

Now it’s your turn to get excited! In celebration of being one step closer to publishing this baby, I’m offering a giveaway for a $25 Amazon gift card and a paperback copy of the book*. COMMENT ON THIS POST OR SHARE THE COVER ON SOCIAL MEDIA TO BE ENTERED TO WIN! (Facebook, Twitter or Instagram will do – and don’t forget to tag me so I know you’re participating!) That’s all you’ve got to do!

* The prize will be sent out after the book has been published in September.

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12 thoughts on “The Blue Jay Cover Reveal + Giveaway

  1. I am absolutely excited to read this book. It shows how two unlikely people can find love in unlikely and unexpected places, and the fact that their fears seem to have lead their life and emotions probably means this will be an emotional page turning process!!!! Thank you Michelle and I hope this will be epic!

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  2. I am so excited to read this book! You have always been a talented writing and its about time the world had the privilege of reading your words and see just how talented you truly are. I feel anyone that reads this book will be able to relate to the characters. Congratulations, Chelle! I could not be more proud of you.

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