Myth Rider, by Cynthia Kennedy Henzel, is just one of a handful of cover projects all finishing up about the same time.
I'm really tickled how this cover came out. I was going for a blend between early 1900 rodeo posters and modern day imagery to attract today's YA audience. Both author and publisher have approved, so today, I shall share the blurb and a review. :D
Now just need to finish the interior layout then put together the cover wrap and we are off to the
Review for Myth Rider:
"Creating a bridge between countries and cultures, race and gender, science and story, Myth Rider is a beautifully written novel that will rope you in, take you for a ride, and ultimately bring you back home again."
– Lindsay Eland, author of A Summer of Sundays, “[A] contemporary story with the feel of a classic” --Booklist
In 1910 a young girl races an ancient myth to return the Centaurs to their homeland in Georgia. As a shadow falls over the land and danger lurks ever closer, Tamara flees to a place that seems as strange to her as Dorothy dropped into Oz. With a new horse, new friends, and a daunting new challenge, she adapts to this land of opportunity. Now she must choose: race for the American dream or heed the cry of the Centaurs calling her home?
Onto wrapping up the next book
Until next time ...
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