Here's the thing. I don't like being shallow. But when it comes to book covers, as much as the content makes me keep the book, the cover tends to attract me or at least cause me to take a second look. I noticed my tastes of late had leaned more toward an eerie/Goth (Possess) feel or something simplistic and symbolic (Possession)
Here's one I heard about and have now added to my TBR:
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When tragedy strikes, seventeen year-old Ashton Blake sets out on a cross-country road trip, leaving the comforts of Malibu for the mountains of Kentucky. Along the way, she encounters Gabe Willoughby—the mysterious drifter with eyes like the sea and a knowing smile. Getting to know Gabe raises questions about her past. But no secret can be buried forever, and Ashton soon finders herself in a world where water is air and myth becomes reality.
Just as Ashton comes to accept her newfound heritage, she’s summoned to fulfill a treaty laid down centuries before — a treaty that will divide her love and test her loyalty. In the end, her future isn’t her biggest concern, her humanity is. To run may mean war, but is she strong enough to stay?
On to other things that require an obsessive nature and possibly utter discontent of good hygiene if you get too carried away: NaNoWriMo. I avoided it. Smiled at it and turned away. Encouraged others who braved it. But never partook. I have officially signed up. EEEK! What have I done?
What about you? Any thoughts regarding NaNoWriMo? Any advice - or warning - to share with a newbie?