Sunday, April 15, 2012

Cover Reveal: Mind's Eye

Mind's Eye was the second novel I ever wrote--right behind Silver Moon. I basically had this crazy idea of a girl traveling wherever her mind takes her. Like, what if you could imagine being in London, Paris, Moscow, or even the Amazon Rainforest, and BAM! you're there? How flippin' crazy would that be? And how crazy would it be if there was a secret society which fought against this gift? What if you had this major crush on the guy who worked for the society and was trying to stop you (and who resembled Ben Barnes)?

Yeahhh... My imagination is a little weird.

I originally wrote Mind's Eye in third person, just to challenge myself to write an entire book in that tense.

And my beta readers HATED it.

I began re-writing ME at one point, but quit to finish another book, then another, and so on and so forth. Anyway, since I already know what happens, it should be a fast write. I'm really excited to bring this new trilogy into the world.

And I'm rambling. *ahem*

Without further ado, I bring you the cover and summary for Mind's Eye:

As soon as I saw this girl, I knew she was my Kearly. yaaay :D

If you haven't already, you can add Mind's Eye to your Goodreads shelf HERE.

Seventeen-year-old Kearly Ashling can travel anywhere her mind takes her—literally. Stuck with two boy-crazy friends and a craptastic mom who works at a bar and drinks until she passes out, Kearly uses her ability to escape. But that’s kept under wraps. She doesn’t need anyone labeling her as the Crazy Girl with Mental Powers.

Traveling through her mind also comes with consequences. During a random trip to the Eiffel Tower, she not only loses her vision, but is visited by a guy who’s uninvited and unimagined. He warns her to stop using her gift or
they will find her.

Kearly doesn’t heed the messenger’s advice and soon wishes she had. When the messenger finds her again, he takes her to a secret society that specializes in “healing the mind.” Once inside the society’s doors, Kearly realizes there’s no escaping them. Now she must learn the identity of the messenger who barged into her dream, figure out the secretive society’s true intent, and find a way to outsmart them before they stop her from ever imagining again.


  1. OMG! OMG!

    I LOVED Mind's Eye and I'm so glad it's finally going to be a real book and that everyone is going to get a chance to meet Dom.

    I really like the cover. The green really makes the cover pop. :)

    1. Thanks, Raven! I'll have to rewrite it from the beginning, but maybe it'll be better this time around. :) I miss Dom! ;D


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