EXCLUSIVE: Your First Look at Elizabeth Scott’s ‘Heartbeat’ Cover

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Everything can change in one heartbeat.

As you may very well know, we’re obsessed with young adult books. After all, we know what life would be like without ’em. (FYI, it’d be a disaster!) Which is why we’d like to be the first to introduce you to Elizabeth Scott‘s Heartbeat.

In case you’re unfamiliar, the author is known for her intense subjects and absorbing characters, and Heartbeat proves no different as “it’s a first-person examination of a girl mourning her mother’s sudden death and the new perspective grief can provide, including noticing a boy who she would have originally passed by.”

Now, just like we did for Julie Kagawa‘s Blood of Eden series, we can exclusively reveal the book cover for the first time:



Heartbeat will be available starting February 2014. What do you think so far? Are you already a fan of Elizabeth Scott’s works? Spill in the comments below!

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  • Jess (The Cozy Reader)

    What a disappointment! This was a very good book with a deep subject matter. This is a really lame cover for such a passionate book. I’d prefer the robin’s blue “cover reveal coming soon” edition. Blah.

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  • Sammy

    This looks cute!

  • Heidi @ YA Bibliophile

    LOVE this author so much. Cannot wait to dive in to this story.

    • Antonia

      It would be really amnizag if you could tell us exactly what publishers feel they can sell …especially in the YA market. Because whenever agents post about this sort of thing they either a) assure people it\’s all about the writing or b) tell people it\’s about that, but MOSTLY about what sells without giving anyone an inkling into what exactly DOES sell or at least what the publishers think will sell.It doesn\’t have to be anything specific, but just general stuff. Of course it depends on the genre. Maybe start with YA? What about your YA clients\’ books made you think it would be a great sell as opposed to other well written YA you might have liked but passed on because you didn\’t think you can sell it?Any information would definitely, definitely be appreciated! As always though, it\’s nice to hear your honesty. I\’m sure it must have really hurt for the writer in question, but at least seeing that sort of enthusiasm hopefully gave her SOME hope…then again it might have just made her feel worse, especially if you\’re not the only agent telling her that.Man…it\’s times like these we really shouldn\’t be looking down on ppl who self-publish. I myself want to be published in the traditional way but hearing stories like these at the very least makes me understand what drives some people the POD way. I don\’t even have the cash so it\’s not an option for me though.

      • Heber

        This indretucos a pleasingly rational point of view.