Friday, November 13, 2015

Cover Reveal! Chess Desalls' Time for the Lost, Book Three in The Call to Search Everywhen Series

One of the most exciting times in an author's new book release is the cover reveal. Once that goes live you know you have a book coming out soon. It's exhilarating and a bit daunting. I love being one of the first to reveal a new book's cover. Chess Desalles is one of my fellow CleanIndie Reads authors, and I'm happy to share the cover of the latest in her new YA time travel series The Call to Search Everywhen. Here's Time for the Lost, coming  in February 2016!

About the Book
Calla's disappearance leads her family and friends to suspect that she’s lost. In a desperate attempt to find her, Valcas seeks help from a man he betrayed. A new search begins, one that sounds promising, even if it forces Valcas to confront his past.

The travel team reunites for a mission they never saw coming: a journey to a world caught between life and death, and hidden within the deepest recesses of time. Ivory rediscovers a friend and Ray learns the meaning behind his tattoo. But the connections they make between travelers and the lost may twist the core of the Time and Space Travel Agency inside out.

Time for the Lost is the third installment in The Call to Search Everywhen series.

Catch up with Calla and Valcas' adventure before the third book releases on her website.

About the Author

Chess Desalls is the author of the YA time travel series, The Call to Search Everywhen. She's a longtime reader of fantasy and sci-fi novels, particularly classics and young adult fiction. Her non-fiction writing has led to academic and industry publications. She’s also a contributing editor for her local writing club’s monthly newsletter. The California Writers Club, South Bay branch, has awarded two of Chess’ stories first place for best short fiction. When she's not reading or writing, she enjoys traveling and trying to stay in tune on her flute.

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1 comment:

Chess Desalls said...

Thanks so much for helping out with today's reveal. Your blog is lovely, Marianne. :o)