Cover Reveal: Gaia by Karen Ann Hopkins + Giveaway

We are beyond excited about this cover reveal for Gaia by Karen Ann Hopkins!  Be sure to enter the giveaway and join the discussion about the power of novel covers!

Author: Karen Ann Hopkins
Reading Level: Young Adult
Genre: Fantasy, Young Adult Fiction

Humankind is on the precipice of the apocalypse.

As the Demons grow bolder and the walls between the planes of existence weaken, Ember is forced to develop her powers as quickly as possible, and she seeks out a powerful earth Watcher to continue her supernatural lessons. Her glimpse of the future demands she fight the dark forces spreading across the earth.

But her new mentor has his own agenda, making her question everyone and everything she ever trusted.

When Ember is thrust into the world of the Watchers, she learns of their plans—ones that defy the scripture and make them enemies of the Celestial Host. Ridding the world of evil gets complicated when it becomes impossible to take sides.

As Ember struggles with morality, she soon discovers that there’s something more frightening than anything she’s faced before.

Embers Book 1 of The Wings of War Series

Karen Ann Hopkins resides in northern Kentucky with her family on a farm that boasts a menagerie of horses, goats, peacocks, chickens, ducks, rabbits, dogs and cats. Karen's main job is home schooling the kids, but she finds time to give riding lessons, coach a youth equestrian drill team, and of course, write. She was inspired to create her first book, Temptation, by the Amish community she lived in. The experiential knowledge she gained through her interactions with her neighbors drove her to create the story of the star-crossed lovers, Rose and Noah.

Karen grew up about a mile from Lake Ontario in Upstate New York. She was bitten by the horse bug at the age of five, and after diligently taking riding lessons for several years, was rewarded with her first horse at the age of eleven. The feisty horse's name was Lady, a Quarter Horse-Thoroughbred cross, who became Karen's steadfast companion. Through the years, the constant force in her life was horses. Eventually, she found her place as a riding instructor herself. Before accepting her fate in the barnyard, she worked a short stint as a paralegal, traveled abroad, and guided tourists on horseback riding tours in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee.

Karen is currently working on her Amish mystery series, Serenity's Plain Secrets, along with the YA paranormal/fantasy series, The Wings of War. Karen is also excited to announce the Temptation series has been optioned for TV by Pilgrim Studios and is available on Audible.

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  1. I do believe the covers are importanat because they make me want to read the summary of the book.

    1. I agree. And in this case, it gives us a glimpse into the next book which I really love!

  2. I believe the book covers are very important. A good book cover will get my attention and that's the book I will want to see what the story is about. Thanks so much for sharing & Happy Reading! Ps: I love Gaia and Embers book covers <3

    1. So glad you like them Salena. They really capture every about the series. That's what I really like!

  3. I do think covers are important because they are a first glimpse into a book. Sometimes it really brings interest to a book for me!

  4. I agree! A cover has to catch my eye before I'll reach for it on a shelf. I especially like books with rich, vibrant colors. (:

  5. definitely think the covers are important. they are the first thing that catches my eye usually.

  6. Absolutely they are important. It's usually the cover that gets me to pick up or click on a book to read the blurb. The blurb then sells it or not. But, without the cover getting me to pick it up, the blurb doesn't have a chance.

  7. I do because that's initially what catches my attention in a bookstore.

  8. To catch someone's eye? Yes on some level, but I believe that the most important thing is the synopsis. Sometimes books might not have appealing covers but the description of the book can change everything.

  9. The cover's of novels are important, when someone sees the cover of a novel it gives them a split second impression of the book, along with the title, that split second helps them decide if they want to pick up the book and read the blurb or not, which in turn makes them decide if they want to purchase the book.


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