Where Words Fail, Music Speaks – Cover Reveal

Yes, I know, I’m late to this particular party – a cover reveal for an anthology I’m going to be included in! I had Tuesday’s post for Theresa Milstein scheduled weeks in advance, the only post currently scheduled for the rest of the year! It’s a bit like that story/urban myth/utter truth that the first two cars in Ohio managed to crash into each other.

However, there might be people who haven’t seen the cover yet, so without further ado here’s the cover for the Where Words Fail, Music Speaks Anthology, which is scheduled for release April 21, 2017.

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Where Words Fail, Music Speaks is a collection of short stories and poetry by writers from all walks of life.

Each story is based on the titles of 90s Britpop songs, including Come Back To What You Know, Bittersweet Symphony, Animal Nitrate, Disco 2000, and more.

Our list of authors is: Kyra Lennon, Clare Dugmore, Annalisa Crawford, Wesley Copeland, Robb Turburville, D H Sidebottom, Audrina Lane, M.B. Feeney, Karen Frances, S.J Warner, Scout Dawson, Kimberly Morgan, Maddie Wade, Rebeccalou Heronpontin, Andrea Coventry

All proceeds from the sales of this anthology will go to Clusterbusters.

Add to your Goodreads to-be-read list: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/34409894-where-words-fail-music-speaks

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18 thoughts on “Where Words Fail, Music Speaks – Cover Reveal

  1. I may just be out of the loop, but this is the first time I’ve seen the cover.
    It’s beautiful!


  2. Surprisingly I have been in the loop … love the cover and recognise two of the authors – the title seems to be excellent too -as to the theme to each story … congratulations on your entry … and here’s to 21st April release – cheers Hilary


  3. I hadn’t caught the cover before, looks great, very colourful and eye-catching. Interesting theme too, will look out for it’s release.


  4. Better late than never! I have seen the cover around – it’s made quite a splash. Congrats on your entry and the theme is right up my street – basically the soundtrack to my youth!


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