Monday, May 5, 2014 | By: Angela Brown

Tara Tyler Rocks with BROKEN BRANCH FALLS

I'm so thrilled to have Tara Tyler here today. She's a fantastic published author and will soon be releasing a middle grade fantasy novel that I can't wait to read, so...

Welcome to the Forest!

It's time for the highly anticipated, most spectacular cover reveal of the day!

BROKEN BRANCH FALLS (MG Fantasy)
by Tara Tyler
Release Date: June 24, 2014
Publisher: Curiosity Quills

Gabe is an average fifteen-year-old goblin. He’s in the marching band, breezes through calculus, and gets picked on daily by the other kids at school, especially the ogres. Gabe’s closest friends are goblins like him, but Gabe is tired of being a goblin – he’d like to try other things. And he has his eye on the new ogress at school. It’s against all beastly rules, but there’s just something about her.

When a prank goes wrong, Gabe is forced to join the football team as punishment – but finds a way to make it work. Soon the whole school is getting in on the fad of mingling with other species. Too bad the adults have to step in and ruin things by threatening to destroy the school and split up Broken Branch Falls. And Gabe is their scapegoat. With help from friends, old and new, Gabe sets out on a quest for the Book of Ages, which holds the laws of all beastkind and hopefully the key to saving Broken Branch Falls. After all that trouble, it better work.

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Also by Tara Tyler, techno-thriller detective series,
The Cooper Chronicles, Book One: POP TRAVEL



Tara Tyler started out as a math teacher. After having a hand in everything from waitressing to rocket engineering and living up and down the Eastern US, she now writes and teaches in Ohio with her three active boys and Coach Husband. Currently, she has two series, The Cooper Chronicles (techno-thriller detective capers) and Beast World (MG fantasy) She's an adventure writer who believes every good story should have action, a moral, and a few laughs!



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20 comments:

River Fairchild said...

Yay for Tara! It sounds like a great book!

Michael Di Gesu said...

LOVE IT! Such a fun and imaginative cover!

ALL THE BEST, Tara!

Hi, Angela!

Angela Brown said...

Yeah, I'm very happy for her :-)

Angela Brown said...

Isn't it, Michael?

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Awesome cover, Tara!

Christine Rains said...

Yay for Tara! It's a fantastic cover. :)

Catherine Stine said...

What an awesome book cover!!! Kudos to your designer/artist.

Donna K. Weaver said...

Tara rocks. Love that cover!

cleemckenzie said...

Great Middle Grade cover! Who could resist that?

Angela Brown said...

Ditto :-)

Angela Brown said...

It really captures that beastly feel. Poor Gabe the goblin.

Maria Zannini said...

I LOVE that cover. It totally works for the premise.

Cate Masters said...

I love that cover too. Excellent premise, and great way to sneak it into kids' heads about bullying being uncool.

Sheena-kay Graham said...

Congrats Tara! The cover looks so amazing. Can't wait for the book.

Tara Tyler R said...

wow! thanks, you guys! i'm so excited about this and you all make me even more ecstatic!!

angela - you're awesome for giving me a spot today! thanks!

Clarissa Draper said...

I don't really read these books but the cover is amazing and I like the plot.

Angie_STL said...

Kinda reminds me a little of my middle school! Can't wait to read and share it with some little cousins and friends!!

Mary Preston said...

This looks so so much fun. Great cover.

Michelle Wallace said...

Which middle-grader will be able to resist those cute, green faces? Awesome cover!
Congrats Tara!
Writer In Transit

Brooke R. Busse said...

Ooh, the cover looks great and the summary's pulled me right in. I've added it on Goodreads!

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