Declaring My Book

By September 5, 2017Uncategorized

My book is, Places No One Knows it’s about this girl named Waverly and this boy named Marshall. This book is a romance book that’s why I chose it. I was attracted to the cover it’s like an ombre and I like ombre. I was also attracted to the front cover because it has block letters like 3D and I think that’s cool. I found this book at the school library.

My author’s name is, Brenna Yovanoff, here is a picture of her, she lives in Denver, Colorado with her huband. She was born in 1980 in Santa Cruz, California. I think she’s about 37 years old. The books that she usually writes are romance. By the back of the book. She’s good at soccer, violent video games, and making very flaky pie pastry. She is bad at dancing, making decisions, and inspiring confidence. She was also home schooled until she was fifteen. This is a picture of the book, Here is a link to her website, https://brennayovanoff.com/

My book was copyrighted in 2016 and I have the first edition of the book. The reason why it matters when the book was written is because they have different technology and different vibes and they might have more advanced stuff so the book lasts longer.

People who looked at my book also bought, My Lady Jane, All the Crooked Saints, Paper Valentine, Highly Illogical Behavior, and The Serpent King. Some books that are similar to my book are, The Replacement, The Space Between, Fiendish, and Paper Valentine. The genre of my book is romance. I liked this book because it’s a romance.

The intended audience is teen and young adult. The reason I know this book is an eighth grade reading level is because it has more than 3oo pages and it doesn’t have big font and has smaller font. The publisher doesn’t say what reading level this book is but the author does and she says that it’s for teens and young adults. Here is the link, https://www.amazon.com/Places-One-Knows-Brenna-Yovanoff/dp/0553522639/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1504832708&sr=8-1&keywords=places+no+one+knows.

 

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