Cover Reveal — Dead of Winter: Journey 14, The Veil

Teagan Geneviene​ reveals the cover for the final Journey in Dead of Winter, and it’s a stunner!

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Saturday, May 11, 2022

You know that if I’m doing a cover reveal, then that means the book will soon be released, right?  The concluding Journey of “Dead of Winter” is written, formatted, and is undergoing final edits.
Those who follow and encourage me on Facebook have seen me post a lot of potential covers. I suppose all those cover concepts reflect the fact that I had to pull together numerous threads and characters.  I also wanted to hint at potentials for the future of the characters. That way, the Journeys can continue in the imaginations of readers.
At the very beginning, I decided that I would only do actual launches for the first and last novelettes. I’ve only done announcements here at this blog for the other 12 installments.  Releasing this conclusion is a very big deal for me, since my personal “journey” for this story began…

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I am a language teacher, writer, bookworm, and collaborator at Sants 3 Ràdio (a local radio station in Barcelona, where I returned in 2018), who lived in the UK for 25 years and worked for many years as a forensic psychiatrist there. I also have a Ph.D. in American Literature and an MSc in Criminology. I started publishing my stories, in English and Spanish, in 2012 and now have over twenty books available in a variety of genres, a blog (in English and Spanish), and translate books for other authors (English-Spanish and vice versa). In 2020 obtained the CELTA certificate as a language teacher, and offer Spanish and English classes. Writers and readers both in English and Spanish are my friends, colleagues, and allies, and after living in the UK for over twenty-five years, have returned home, to Barcelona, Spain, searching for inspiration for my stories. I also love owls and try to keep fit following fitness YouTube videos.
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