An essential part of being an author is having friends. You know, real ones that you haven’t created on a page. Why? Well, typically if you talk to imaginary people when you’re out in public, people look at you weird and sometimes they’ll fit you for a straight jacket.

Having friends that are also authors is an added bonus because you can easily relate to each other about those imaginary people and the silly hijinks they get themselves into every now and then. Every now and then, your author friends might ask for help and it’s your duty, as a friend, to help them.

So, when a talented young indie author friend of mine asked for help in revealing her new book cover to the world, I didn’t hesitate to say yes. So, without further ado, here is the cover of Robbing Centaurs and Other Bad Ideas, written by Bethany Meyer:

Wick the tree messenger is bound for success. His career as a messenger is better than it’s ever been, and he’s on the fast track to getting an even more important job as a councilor. But before he can succeed, word spreads that a thief is after the most powerful magic in Aro, the Heather Stone, and stealing it piece by piece. To be safe, Wick is entrusted with moving one of the stones to a safer location.

On his journey Wick is overtaken by the thief himself, a seraph named Archer, but Archer’s plans as he explains them are nothing like what everyone thinks. Wick doesn’t know what to believe, but Archer seems so sure. Wick’s options are limited: ignore Archer and keep his piece of the Heather Stone out of potentially dangerous hands, or choose to trust this thief and the warning he brings.

Something is coming. An ancient scourge that could destroy all of Aro. All that stands in its way are an uncertain messenger and an untrustworthy thief.

If he chooses wrong, Wick could lose everything.

Robbing Centaurs and Other Bad Ideas is set to be released on Aug. 31 on both ebook and paperback. You can follow Bethany Meyer on Instagram and on Goodreads! You can also add RCAOBI to your Want to Read list on Goodreads!

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