Cover Reveal Sign Ups: ANTIPODES by Michele Bacon

We are SO UNBELIEVABLY EXCITED to be able to announce this cover reveal blitz for ANTIPODES a a new YA book by Michele Bacon. It's releasing April 3, 2018!

This is an exclusive reveal via Rockstar Book Tours and there will be some exclusive content for the blogger reveal AND an awesome giveaway!

We're looking to have the reveal on Thursday, September 28th at 12:00 AM Eastern/11:00 PM Central/9:00 PM Pacific. But you CAN post it later that day or later that week - it just can't be posted any earlier!

You do NOT need to be signed up as a host with Rockstar Book Tours to participate. EVERYONE is welcome to sign up. We really want to make this reveal awesome, so please feel free to share the news!

The sign-up for the reveal will be super simple. We will provide the cover, exclusive content, book and author details, and the giveaway Rafflecopter embed code, as well as any other links in a Word document.

And for those who don't want to do more than "tweak" their posts, we will provided a coded post for Blogger blogs that you can just add your own formatting to.

We will send everything you need for your posts on September 26th! But if you sign up after the 26th we will send a batch out on the 27th too!

So if you can't post until later that day or later that week, it's totally fine!

***Sign-ups will be open until noon. Pacific on September 27th***

We are super excited to read this book and the cover is gorgeous! But since that day is still a couple months away, we are thrilled to be able to share its cover.


Author: Michele Bacon
Pub. Date: April 3, 2018
Publisher: Sky Pony Press
Formats: Hardcover, eBook
Pages: 400
Find it: Amazon, B&N, TBD, Goodreads


Erin Randel's intense life comprises captaining the varsity swim team, honors classes, last-chair cello for a prestigious youth orchestra, a largely untapped passion for astronomy, and the void left when her grandmother died.

Her mother has Erin's future fully planned, too: Ivy League, medical school, and a ?successful? life. But two days before Erin's seventeenth birthday, the arrival of three championship swimmers triggers demotion from the varsity team, a lost captainship, and a gaping hole in both her college applications and identity.

At a party later that night, Erin drinks heavily and vomits on her fabulous boyfriend, Ben, in the most embarrassing way possible. Partygoers catch most of her explosion on video, and it spreads through social media. Erin's social life collapses immediately, leaving her lonely, vulnerable, and unsure how she?ll ever attain the goals she's set for herself.

When Erin confesses all to her mother, she and school officials decide Erin can save her resume with study abroad. New Zealand would allow her swimming capabilities to shine and foreign exchange would portray her as "well rounded." While foreign study on New Zealand's gorgeous South Island is supposed to be a way to rescue her flagging Ivy League prospects and wait out her social exile, it soon becomes so much more.

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