COVER REVEAL: Teeth in the Mist by Dawn Kurtagich

It’s finally here! THE COVER FOR TEETH IN THE MIST!!! It was revealed over at the NOVL and the love I’ve been getting for it so far has been amazing. Thank you, endlessly!

I went on Instagram Live (my favourite thing at the moment!) and chatted about why I love this book so much, and why I’m nervous for you guys to like it. See, when I went in to this book, I wanted to write a horror version of epic-fantasy. I saw epic-fantasy novel, these sprawling tales that had far-reaching consequences across the centuries, but I never saw anything like that in the horror genre. I decided I wanted to have a go at it. What I ended up with was a Gothic horror-fantasy.

TEETH IN THE MIST is a cross-genre book that has definite horror and gothic elements, but also has magic and sigils and powers and lessons and a quest. So this book become much more than it was meant to be. So I’m eager to see if you guys might like and accept it. My little book feels like the new kid on the block.

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As for the cover, I LOVE IT. I wrote about the process of the cover evolution over on the NOVL, and I hope you’ll go and read it about it there and leave a comment so they know that you like the cover and want to see them do more reveals and surprises in future.

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I’m also doing something a little different this time! If you guys would repost the cover image of TEETH IN THE MIST on your instagram page or twitter, then I’ll comment on it and give you a follow! This way, we can spread the word about the book and I can get to know you guys better. If you’re game, don’t forget to use the hashtag: #TEETHINTHEMIST so I can find you!

Lastly, I’m still running two giveaways (one over on twitter—it’s pinned to my profile— and one on instagram). All you have to do is repost the image, follow me, and you could win a 2018 book of your choice from the book depository (provided they ship to your country).

Thank you for all the amazing support for this book. It nearly killed me, but it was totally worth it!


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