Thursday, January 16, 2014

SILENT STARSONG by T.J. Wooldridge, Cover Reveal

I'm thrilled to be apart of Spencer Hill Press's cover reveal for SILENT STARSONG by T.J. Wooldridge. We sci-fi adventure book for kids, hitting stores on July 15th, 2014. 

Check out this great cover below:

About the Book
By: T.J. Wooldridge
Published by: Spencer Hill Press
Release Date: July 15th, 2014
Age: Middle Grade
Pre-Order from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

Eleven-year-old Kyra is meant to continue the Starbard's proud family legacy of 
interpreting the future from the stars' songs. Her deafness, incurable by the best medics, breaks her mother's heart and pushes her father to explore anything to help his little girl--including the expensive purchase of a telepathic alien servant to help Kyra communicate on a planet inhospitable to unfixable genetic defects.
Marne's telepathy is too weak for his Naratsset culture, so he is sold into slavery and expects to die at the hands of human owners--until he meets a human child who begs her father to "save" him. Her kindness introduces Marne to a new world--one where he would risk his life to save a human from her own people's abuse and the stars' songs can touch even a deaf girl and a defective telepath.

When an intergalactic terrorist organization kills Kyra's father, driving her mother to madness, Kyra and Marne only have each others' friendship--until even that is threatened by the danger surrounding the Starbard heritage. But can the two friends, not good enough for either of their cultures or families, manage to keep each other safe when several different worlds threaten their lives?

I'm looking forward to reading this one.


  1. Sounds different from anything I have read before. I like the cover too. I will have to look for this one! Thanks for sharing. :)


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