I am delighted to participate in the Cover Reveal blog hop for L. G. Keltner’s new novella blog (address below). L.G. Keltner is a regular contributor on her blog, and her observations and point of view are always enjoyable.
She is now preparing to release A Silent Soliloquy, a Sci Fi/Dystopian work that has me intrigued:
TIPPIE was created to be a weapon. By all appearances, she’s an ordinary girl of 18, and she uses that to her advantage in her work for The Facility. What no one sees is that there’s another girl buried deep inside. She can’t speak or control the movements of the body she inhabits. As TIPPIE’s silent passenger, she can only observe. She uses the details she learns from TIPPIE’s work to reconstruct the stories of other people’s lives. It helps her feel a little more connected to the world she can only watch.
When TIPPIE’s work leads her to David, a young man with a haunted past and information that The Facility wants, TIPPIE uses her skills to earn his trust. The silent girl beneath the surface knows that TIPPIE is only going to hurt him, but she can’t help but feel for him. Those feelings only grow, but she knows all too well that TIPPIE’s work will soon come to an end.
A Silent Soliloquy is a 29,000 word novella. If you enjoy Science Fiction/Dystopian work, this one is definitely for you. And if you are not sure, it’s a wonderful way to try the genre.
L.G. Keltner spends most of her time trying to write while also cleaning up after her crazy but wonderful kids and hanging out with her husband. Her favorite genre of all time is science fiction, and she’s been trying to write novels since the age of six. Needless to say, those earliest attempts weren’t all that good.
Interested? Of course you are!
Thanks so much for helping me out with my cover reveal today!
What a pretty cover.
Congrats to L.G.!
I'm glad you like it!
L.G., your cover looks great!! Congrats, I'm vicariously excited for you. That is quite an accomplishment.
I'm glad you like it, and thank you!
Awesome cover! I like the premise of this book. I think it would be one me and my daughter would enjoy.