Hi friends! Sarah here with an exciting new update. Well, I hope you’re excited: today I finally reveal the cover for the fourth Starstruck book, CELESTIAL! We have a cover, a blurb, and a release date. Oh, and I’m going to share the opening paragraph, too, because I love you all so much. Ready?
Here we go!
So what do you think? Are you ready for Sally’s new adventures? I know I had so much fun writing this book, I really hope you’ll love it as much as I do. Maybe it’s my favorite in the series yet… though am I really allowed to say that?
Sally, Zander, and Blayde, accompanied by their new friend Nim, have only one request: no more bizarre distractions on their hunt for Earth.
But before their cells can complete a single jump, the team is shoved off course and crash into a dreary old temple. Worse yet, there seems to be some confusion over Sally’s face, as it looks exactly like that the local deity, Selena, goddess of the moon and omniscient absentee. Sally’s ticking every box on the ancient prophecies checklist.
Fresh off of her meds and riding the withdrawal, and Sally must choose between embracing the role of Goddess so as to protect the planet from mysterious Sky People, or being thrown in a Volcano. Not the best way to start a tropical vacation. It’s not going to be easy uniting warring factions, dealing with excitable whispering forests, or fighting both literal and figurative demons. Not to mention keeping up the appearance of divinity when all Sally wants is a nap.
Armed only with some high school improv’ classes and a basic knowledge of foreign pop songs, Sally must save the planet – before everything goes up in flames.
The release is planned for October 9th, and I have amazing preorder treats planned that I’ll tell you about in September. This is something I’ve never done before, and I’m mainly having them made because I myself want this so much, hehe. Just to let you know how cool these are.
All in all, I’m very, very excited to share with you the next installment of Starstruck. Bolide, my publisher, had to restrain me from showing you everything earlier! Remember to add the book to your goodreads shelf: here.
The day I ran out of Prozac, I landed in the Temple of Death, which is the worst possible way to start an adventure. Then again, I wasn’t looking for adventure: I was looking for home and the temple got in the way. Buildings like that crave attention.