9 May 2017

A Different Kind of Lovely by Petra March #coverreveal #synopsis #newrelease



Today I'm featuring a cover reveal for Petra March's new book - A Different Kind of Lovely. I have been lucky enough to be a part of the editing team on this book and I wish Petra all the very best with it. Here's a peek at what you can expect from A Different Kind of Lovely.

Title: A Different Kind of Lovely
Author: Petra March
Genre: Literary Fiction, Contemporary Women, Literary Romance
Words: 65K
Editions: ebook and paperback
Release date: May 23, 2017
Publisher: Petra F. Bagnardi
Editors: Michelle Ryles (The Book Magnet), Heather Sheffield (The Turning Pages), Sharon Xuereb (Shaz Loves Books)
Covers by PFB

Synopsis:

“A man with a damaged soul fell in love with a ballerina with a broken body.”
When Neal Medwin glimpses Mina Automne for the first time, he's a man whose soul is darkened with memories of a painful past, whereas Mina is a vibrant, strong, young woman. She's a determined ballerina who's carefully planning and painting her life.
Neal steps into her existence and threatens to shatter Mina's plans with an impossible request.
Mina can't help the fragile man who's invading her home, even though their parents used to be close friends and she knows of Neal's hurtful background. She allows him to linger within her lovely and artistic world, however, hoping he might find some peace and solace.
Slowly, their conflict turns into friendship, and eventually into love, until a terrible discovery ruins Mina's projects and forces her to let go of all her dreams, and of her sweet, damaged man.
Neal is unable to fight for Mina and for the unripe love they share, because he's not ready to leave his past behind. He's not strong enough – not yet.

(Ages 18+)

Publisher's Note: This stand-alone Novel is a spin-off of Petra March's award winning series, A Touch of Cinnamon.



About the Author:

Petra March is the Award Winning Author of the A Touch of Cinnamon Series and of the stand-alone novel, A Different Kind of Lovely.

Her book, All the Skies I will not See, is a Library Journal SELF-e Selection. The book won the 2016 Pacific Book Awards for Best Short Story, and was a Gold Medal Winner (Fiction - Short Story) in the 2016 Readers' Favourite International Book Awards. In 2015, the book was a Finalist in the 2015 Wishing Shelf Independent Book Awards, won the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award for Best Novella, earned the Literary Classics Seal of Approval, and received a 5-Star Review Seal from Readers' Favourite. The literary magazine Shelf Unbound listed All the Skies I will not See amid the 2015 Top 100 Notable Books.

The multi-award winning All the Skies I will not See features characters from Petra March's other works: A Veil of Glass and Rain(Special Edition), A Dream of Lilies:A Novella, and A Different Kind of Lovely:A Novel.

A Veil of Glass and Rain(Special Edition) was a Finalist in the 2016 I Heart Indie Contest (New Adult), organised by the Las Vegas Romance Writers of America, and was featured in the June 2015 issue of the literary publication InD'tale Magazine.

Petra March graduated summa cum laude in Theater and Cinema Studies at the University of Rome 3, and earned a MA degree from the Catholic University of Milan. She studied Screenwriting and History of American Cinema at UCLA and NYU, and worked as screenwriter in Italy and France, where she also taught Creative Writing in elementary schools and junior high schools.

Presently, she keeps travelling and dreaming through her novels and stories; just like Petra, her characters are deeply in love with Europe and the USA.

Website: authorpetramarch.weebly.com
Facebook: @AuthorPetraMarch

6 comments:

  1. Wow! Way cool to be part of editing a romance novel. I may not have noticed the cover initially, but I love this title because it makes me wonder what will happen in the book. I don't know why, but I'm also a fan of ballerina stories. (lol) I watch them on tv, the movies and when I can find them, definitely love seeing in a storyline. Kudos Petra! Hugs...RO

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    1. It's always nice to be a part of editing a book. I enjoy it actually and am please that Petra has asked me several times now.
      Thanks for stopping by RO. Hugs back to you.

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  2. Thank you so much, Sharon! I love working with you!

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  3. Very lovely cover. I am sure my daughter would love this book. Thanks for sharing! #GetSocial17

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