Oct 15, 2012

Cover Reveal: The Paparazzi Project

Livvie Peterson thought taking Interpersonal Communications her junior year would be an easy A. But when the first assignment is given, her world flips upside down. Here’s the deal: the class is assigned a six-week project and is split into three groups— Paparazzi, Tabloid, and Celebrities. The Paparazzi follow around the Celebrities taking pictures and grabbing any kind of quotes they can. The Celebrities try to navigate being tailed on a daily basis. And the Tabloid receives all the information collected by the Paparazzi and decides what makes the weekly summary report. Sounds harmless…and it’s all just pretend anyway, right? 
Livvie is assigned as Paparazzi and when she is matched up with the ├╝ber -cute Chas Montgomery as her Tabloid boss she’s pretty sure things couldn’t get much better. Livvie’s uncanny ability to capture the Celebrities in compromising photos matched with Chas’s skill of exaggerating captions and editing the photos make them an unstoppable team. And the long hours working side by side with Chas aren’t a bad bonus. 
Livvie simultaneously launches an anonymous blog, leaking the class’ photos and stories on the Internet. Her rising follower number quickly becomes addicting and she possibly spills too much information online. Once she finds her own celebrity will she be able to give it back? And will Chas be gone before she ever has the chance to find out? 
Welcome to The Paparazzi Project by Kristina Springer.

Kristina Springer is the author of The Espressologist, My Fake Boyfriend is Better Than Yours, Just Your Average Princess, and the forthcoming The Paparazzi Project (12/15/12). She has a Masters in Writing from DePaul University and she resides in a suburb of Chicago with her husband and children. She can be found on TwitterFacebookGoodreads, and her website.

Springer's latest novel The Paparazzi Project is expected to release on December 15, 2012, and you can add it on Goodreads by going here. And now, for what you're here for: THE COVER!

Thanks to Ashley from The Bookish Brunette and Kristina Springer for letting me be a part of this wonderful cover reveal!

1 comment:

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