Saturday, February 18, 2017

Cover Reveal: Girl Without a Face by Medeia Sharif

Today I'm participating in the cover reveal for an author we all miss out here in the blogosphere. Medeia Sharif may have closed her blog, but she's still writing like mad! Here's her brand new cover. Scroll down to read all about the book!




Blurb:

Destiny awakes with amnesia. She had been driving on a wet road, about to leave flowers at a memorial marker of a deceased classmate, when she almost met that same fate.

Her mother, Mildred, is restrictive. She doesn’t want Destiny to have her cellphone, which a nurse sneaks into her room. It’s useless since Destiny doesn’t have the passcode. After her hospital stay, she enters her mother’s overbearing household. Mildred becomes physically abusive, and Destiny fights back.

When Mildred is away, Destiny leaves with her neighbor, Gabriel, whom she’s developing feelings for, and they drive around to jog her memory. She’s positive she crashed near a memorial marker. When they find the marker in question, and when she remembers her phone’s passcode, her identity is questionable and Mildred is even crazier than she at first thought. Destiny is eager to escape Mildred’s household and find out who she really is.

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Bio:


Medeia Sharif was born in New York City and presently calls Miami her home. She received her master’s degree in psychology from Florida Atlantic University. Published through various presses, she writes middle grade and young adult short stories and novels. In addition to being a writer, she’s a public school teacher.




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20 comments:

  1. Now we know what Medeia has been doing away from the blogging world! Congratulations to her.

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  2. Congratulations, Media. Great cover and the story sounds intriguing. Wishing you much success.

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  3. Thanks for sharing this, Stephanie. I wish that I had known about Medeia when I was a Middle School Principal.

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  4. Interesting cover. I would have been moved to warm it up...but maybe a pleasant gold wouldn't have met the mood, huh

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  5. The title of the book reminds me about an unforgettable sight on a street in Lisbon, Portugal some 25-30 years ago - a young girl without a face, that is, she had face but no eyes, no nose, no chin, no forehead, no brows. She was walking alone assisted by a walking cane.

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  6. Congrats, Medeia! Sounds like a great read!

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  7. This sounds like a wild story that might be hard to put down. Thanks for sharing about it with us!

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  8. So glad to see a new book coming from Medeia. I missed her closing her blog and was wondering the other day what she was up to. Good to see it sounds like she's got good things going on.

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  9. Great selection!
    Have a nice week-end!
    Gil Zetbase

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  10. this cover is great! and I liked the blurb! it gave me the creeps which I LOVE :) [I'm a weirdo lol]

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  11. Congratulations, Medeia! Intriguing. Love the title and cover, too.

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  12. What an interesting read - I like the cover!! Have a wonderful Sunday!!

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  13. Sounds like an interesting story, and the cover is beautiful.

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  14. It sounds like a very interesting read. :)

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  15. Hi Stephanie!n This sounds like one busy author. No wonder she closed her blog! I'm glad she's writing still, this story sounds very intriguing. I wish her every good thing on it's sales!
    Blessings,
    Ceil

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  16. Love the interesting, creepy vibe of the cover!

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  17. Hi Stephanie and Medeia ... good to see her featured here - and that story line sounds fascinating ... good luck - cheers Hilary

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  18. Thank you for sharing my cover. :)

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