Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Book Cover Reveal!

The hardest part so far about this whole publishing thing? Not being able to reveal the cover for DOUBLE VISION when I first saw it a little while ago.

BUT NOW I CAN! Look... Cool, huh?

Here's the jacket description:

One’s a secret agent. One’s not.

Twelve year-old Linc is a trouble-maker with a dilemma. His antics on a recent school field trip went way overboard, landing his already poor family with a serious lawsuit. So when two CIA agents show up at his house, Linc is eager to take them up on their offer to make the lawsuit disappear. They just need one tiny favor.

Turns out Linc looks exactly like one of the CIA’s top kid agents—an agent who’s vanished during a vitally important mission. But no debriefing can prepare Linc for how dangerous the mission really is. It’s too bad he isn’t a black belt, a math genius or a distance runner like his agent counterpart. He’ll need all those skills and more if he hopes to make it out of this mission alive…

Sounds cool, right? It was a blast to write, and I hope you'll all get a chance to read the book when it's out in the fall (or so) of this year.

Of course, I can't take credit for this beautiful cover. Brilliant artist Owen Richardson created the awesome art, and the fabulous people at Harper Children's worked hard to pull everything together, including coming up with that jacket description, all stuff I don't have the talent for.

Happy day!

And while I have your attention: pop by my Facebook page, so I can keep you posted on all things Linc and DOUBLE VISION.

Much more exciting stuff to come, I promise...


  1. That is gorgeous, Fleur. Can't wait to read it.

  2. Thanks, Patti! The support means a ton.