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Cover Reveal: Anna Undreaming

A dark urban fantasy, where Gaiman’s Neverwhere meets Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

We love dark fantasy, tough women, and mind-bending worlds, and Anna Undreaming combines all of these beautifully into a fast-paced, character-driven, dream-like landscape. We knew the cover had to be something equally amazing and complex.

We tried out a few different designers for this one, but the favorite was one by Les Solot that created an ethereal feel with water on the top and bottom, where it’s hard to know which way is up or down, in or out. Since Anna spends so much time traveling between her reality in the city and insanely gorgeous dreamlike landscapes, this seemed like the perfect fit.

So without further ado, we introduce the cover for Anna Undreaming, coming March 20, 2018.

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Add Anna Undreaming to your Want to Read list now.


About the Book:

Anna learns of The Dreamers—artists so preeminent in their respective fields that they can paint, dance, sew or sing new realities—and as she travels through their creations, she learns that there’s as much beauty in the world as there is horror. With a complex conspiracy at work within the community of Dreamers that threatens to undermine reality itself, Anna will have to look deep within herself, and eventually have to face the horrors of her own past, to save her old world as well as her new one.

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About the Author:Tom

Thomas Welsh is an award-winning Scottish author and gamer. He has written for numerous publications, and Anna Undreaming, his first novel, kicks off the Metiks Fade trilogy. Read his full bio here.

 

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