by Jen Naumann
Genres: Paranormal, Young Adult
Keyanna Sanders is about to get everything she could ever wish for on her 18th birthday: a hot guy who’s really into her, the sports car she’s always dreamed of owning, and the party of a lifetime that no one will forget any time soon.
But before long, she’ll understand these wishes are more than a coincidence, and that they come at a steep price. Keyanna is more than just an average high school senior, her best friend is more than the innocent boy next door, and her sudden good fortune isn’t just by chance. When her estranged father suddenly re-enters her life, she’ll have to decide who to trust, and whether or not the man she loves has become the enemy.
You can add Mind Static to your to-read list on Goodreads.
My Cover review:
It’s a nice cover. The face immediately draws my attention and I like the colours used on this cover, none of the colours are overwhelming and they perfectly complement each other.
The cover doesn’t give much hint to where this book is about though, just like a lot of other books ther eis just a face on the cover. I do like how the model is looking down and not looking at the viewer. I usually prefer that on covers. I also like the expression on her face, she seems to be smiling, but she also looks a bit sad. Like she did something she shouldn’t have and is sort of laughing at herself.
The font of the title and the author is really straight. i do like how the dot of the i in the word Static goes through the d in the word Mind. Also while the cover itself isn’t really that original I still like seeing it and I am wodnering where the book will be about.
To conclude: all in all I think this is a nice cover. The attention is drwan to the face on the cover and I like how the face isn’t looking directly at the viewer. I also like the colours used on this cover, while the cover itself isn’t that special the expression of the model and the colours still manage to make it a nice cover that makes me interested in the book.
About the author:
Jen Naumann grew up in southern Minnesota as an addict of such flicks as Indiana Jones and The Goonies until she discovered John Hughes, and spent her high school days locked away writing love stories with a sci-fi twist. Married to a farmer in southern Minnesota, she tries to follow the madness of her four active children while balancing an imagination that never shuts down. As the author of CHEATING DEATH, SHYMERS, AND PARANORMAL KEEPERS, she writes stories with strong female leads who have a good sense of humor and tend to fall in love despite their better judgment. For more on Jen visit her website www.JenNaumann.net.