Thursday, October 4, 2012

The Pull of Gravity **PAPERBACK RELEASE**


IS THIS COVER NOT ADORABLE? I have LOVED all the covers that Author Gae Polisner has come up with for this book (I even have an ARC of the ORIGINAL cover)! Have I mentioned how much I love this book?

Starting TODAY, The Pull of Gravity in PAPERBACK will be available for PRE-ORDER on Amazon!  SO just click and ORDER! The book will be available on February 5th 2013! 

Here is my original review of TPoG here on Books Complete Me 


The Story: 
While Nick Gardner’s family is falling apart, his best friend, Scooter, is dying from a freak disease. The Scoot’s final wish is that Nick and their quirky classmate, Jaycee Amato, deliver a prized first-edition copy of Of Mice and Men to the Scoot’s father. There’s just one problem: the Scoot’s father walked out years ago and hasn't been heard from since. So, guided by Steinbeck’s life lessons, and with only the vaguest of plans, Nick and Jaycee set off to find him. Characters you’ll want to become friends with and a narrative voice that sparkles with wit make this a truly original coming-of-age story.

Go visit Author Gae Polisner on 

STAY TUNED IN FEBRUARY 2013 for your chance to win a 

paperback copy of The Pull of Gravity!!!


7 comments:

  1. Thank you, Mindy, for sharing in the threebie blitz of my paperback cover reveal. FYI, for those reading early, if you click on the Amazon link and preorder (ahem) you will still see a glimpse of the first draft cover. We determined it was too girly for the story and the amazing designers at Square Fish went back and reworked it to come up with this second cover.

    If you don't click to preorder (ahem), I'll see you in February for the giveaway!

    xox gae

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  2. Love the book and the new cover! Lovely, Gae!

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  3. This cover tells the potential reader much more about the great story within!

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  4. Thanks, guys. I'm so happy with it. :)

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  5. LOVE the cover! LOVE the story! I can't wait to read again!

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  6. Interesting how many covers it takes to get to this one. The sky blue, the arrows pointing, the boy and the girl.

    ahhhhh, they all point to success!

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