I love sharing pretty new covers, especially when they are this mysterious and gorgeous and, most importantly, are for books that I’ve been patiently (or impatiently) waiting for. 😉 J.L. Bryan’s Songs of Magic series definitely falls into that category. Isn’t it pretty? And just in case you’re wondering what’s in store for Jason and the rest of the Zebras, here’s the book description:
Jason, Erin, and the other Zebras go on a world tour with their enchanted instruments, only to encounter the mysterious supernatural Folk of India and the Far East. While they tangle with their record company, Erin tries to avoid dealing with the secrets she’s learned about herself, while Jason pieces together a mystery surrounding a very special golden guitar called Caliburn.
In Faerie, Aoide the Lutist and her troupe finally return home from their long adventure. They’re struggling to get new gigs, but Aoide senses opportunity in the form of special new magic mirrors that can broadcast concerts, plays, and other entertainment all over Faerie.
The stakes get higher, more mysteries are revealed, the characters get wittier and the adventure gets more intense with each installment. I can’t wait to dig into this one. Stay tuned for my review and be sure to hop around all the other blogs that are showing off the Fairy Vision cover today.
If you haven’t checked out the Songs of Magic series, click on one of the links below to find out more and pick up the first book in the series, Fairy Metal Thunder, FREE! You can also check out J.L Bryan’s Paranormal series. The first book, Jenny Pox, is also FREE and I guarantee after you read it you’ll want to pick up the rest.
J. L. Bryan is the author of the Paranormals series (Jenny Pox, Tommy Nightmare, Alexander Death, and Jenny Plague-Bringer) and the Songs of Magic series (Fairy Metal Thunder, Fairy Blues, Fairystruck, Fairyland, and the new book, Fairyvision). Fairy Metal Thunder is free on Kindle, Nook, Apple, Smashwords, Sony, and Kobo. Jenny Pox is also free on Kindle, Nook, Smashwords, Apple, Sony, and Kobo. He’s on Twitter and Facebook, and has a website and blog and all that.