Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Cover Reveal: My Girlfriend Bites by Doug Solter - Sometimes the boy gets the werewolf...

Thank you Doug for asking me to be apart of the cover reveal for your newest book, My Girlfriend Bites.


Presenting...
The Official Cover Reveal: My Girlfriend Bites by Doug Solter

My Girlfriend Bites by Doug Solter
Release Date: Tuesday, July 16th
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Reading Level: Young Adult

When he sets out to find the perfect girl, 16-year-old Aiden discovers she's the imperfect werewolf he's always been searching for.

After his "dream" girl rejects him, Aiden tries to commit suicide yet mysteriously survives. Now he feels like a total loser with zero possibility of finding a girl. Enter Bree, the creepy girl with too much hair who is rumored to be mentally disturbed. When Bree gives Aiden a ride home during a storm, the girl's random act of kindness spurs a friendship that blossoms into love. But that love gets tested when Aiden discovers his new girlfriend is a werewolf.

To make this relationship work, Aiden needs to keep Bree's secret from his best friend. Deal with a family of werewolves who want to protect their daughter. Stop Bree from killing the first "dream" girl when she changes her mind about Aiden. Oh yeah, and he has to stay away from Bree during her mating cycle. Girl werewolves can get a little crazy when they're in love.

But Aiden's true test comes when he must save Bree from an enemy determined to annihilate all the werewolves. An enemy who killed all the wolves in Bree's pack. An enemy so terrifying...they give werewolves nightmares.

Too bad Bree can't turn a coward into a fearless werewolf. That bite thing is only a myth. So Aiden will have to do the most frightening thing ever...believe in himself.

Praise for Doug's previous novel SKID

“SERIOUSLY, please read this amazing story...Mr. Solter also created a funny and strong heroine, Samantha, excellent secondary characters, and a great story plot. Plus, the romance was perfectly cute!” from Sincerely Happily Ever After Books Blog

“This well-crafted novel is perfection from content to setting to characterization. A fantastic and exciting read.”  Angela Townsend, author of AMAROK

“Doug Solter is a wonderful writer and I really recommend this book to parents looking for appealing stories for their children that don't involve vampires.”  Nancy Bilyeau, author of THE CROWN and THE CHALICE

“I'd recommend this book to anyone who likes fun characters in a well-plotted story. I'll definitely read the next book in this series.”  Pamela DuMond, author of THE MESSENGER'S HANDBOOK



   “I don’t believe in all that witches and wizards stuff. I think it’s a bunch of old superstitious crap made up by people to scare other people. Or to sell them Halloween junk at grocery stores.”
Bree sips more water. “You don’t believe those myths have a basis in reality?”
   “Nope. And I don’t believe in Bigfoot either.”
Our waiter comes over. I order Fettuccine Alfredo and salad. Bree takes more time, scanning the menu as her mouth twitches to the side.
   “I’ll take the Veal Parmesan,” Bree says.
   “Our chef’s signature dish. Excellent choice,” The waiter says.
   “However, can I get it without the sauce and cheese on top?”
   “Breaded veal, without the Parmesan?”
   “Yes. And what side dish comes with that?”
   “A side order of pasta marinara with our vegetable of the day.”
Bree’s eyes wince. “Could I get meatballs instead of the marinara?”
   “Spaghetti and meatballs? We can do that.” The waiter writes it down.
   “Can I get that without the spaghetti?”
   “Only the meatballs?”
   “Yes. Actually, could you leave off the vegetable of the day and just add more meatballs?”
The waiter shoots me an unhappy look. I pretend to look out the window. The man rips off an order slip, crumples it up, and starts again. “I have a breaded veal without sauce or cheese with a double order of meatballs. What dressing would you like on your salad?”
Bree bites her lip. “Can you put tons of bacon bits on it instead of dressing?”
   “Bacon bits instead of dressing?” The waiter looks at Bree like she’s gone completely insane.
   “Yes.”
   “I’ll put your order in right away,” he says with a slight hint of mockery in his voice as he takes away our menus and leaves.


About The Author: Doug Solter

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Growing up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Doug went to college at nearby Oklahoma State where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Radio/TV/Film production and worked in local television for 20 years. Doug began writing screenplays in 1998 and became a 2001 semi-finalist in The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences’ Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting for his fifth screenplay, Father Figure. His tenth script, Rail Fan, became a quarter-finalist in 2009. Soon after, Doug made the switch to writing young adult novels. Skid, a young adult novel set in the world of Formula 1 racing, is his first.


What do you guys think of the cover?! It's it beautiful? 
I would love to hear your thoughts. Feel free to leave me a comment. Say HI to doug. :)

2 comments :

  1. Awesome book cover! only just discovered your blog but I’m liking it so far. I'll be sure to check out more in a minute.

    Ann@Blogging E-books

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  2. I'm so glad you liked the book cover, Rose! Big thanks to Beckie for letting me post it on her awesome blog!

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