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So Silver Bright Cover Fragment 2 PLUS Contest

The cover for Lisa Mantchev's So Silver Bright is being slowly revealed this week and I've got a sneak peek cover fragment for you! So Silver Bright is the third book is The Theatre Illuminata series and if you've seen the first two covers for the books, you know they're amazing! And not only do I have a sneak peak of the cover, but I have a chance to win a *signed* paperback copy of Eyes Like Stars!

So, ready for your sneak peak???

I know, amazing right??? Don't the fairies look adorable as always?

Want to win Eyes Like Stars? Leave a comment and tell me what play or musical you'd love to see Bertie star in! US only, please leave a way to contact you (e-mail, blog, etc), and contest ends 2/21.

About So Silver Bright:

Bertie thinks her quest is almost done. With the help of Ariel and the rest of her friends, she has managed to find her father and rescue the kidnapped pirate, Nate, from Sedna the sea goddess. Now all she has to do is reunite her father, The Scrimshander, with her mother, Ophelia, and she will finally have a true family of her own. However, things are never easy for Beatrice Shakespeare Smith. Her father has vanished, Sedna is out for revenge, her own actions have trapped the Theatre Illuminata, the only home she’s ever known, into a strange kind of limbo, and the stress of her in-between state is tearing apart the fragile threads of her mother’s sanity. Bertie’s best hope for salvaging the situation may lie in the summons by Her Gracious Majesty, Queen of the Distant Castle and hope of winning the magical boon given to the most pleasing performance. Bertie is caught between her growing responsibilities to home and family and the dream of flying free, just as her heart is torn between her two loves, Ariel and Nate. With so many forces pulling on her, how will Bertie be able to choose which wish to make come true?

Want to check out the other cover sneak peaks? You can follow the tour all week. And don't forge to check back Friday to see the full cover reveal-you won't want to miss it!

Monday 2/14 Fragment One

Tuesday 2/15 Fragment 2

Wednesday 2/16 Fragment 3

Thursday 2/17 Fragment 4

What do you think of the cover? Are you excited for So Silver Bright? And are you Team Ariel or Team Nate? (Go Team Nate!!)


  1. I'd love to see Bertie in The Phantom of the Opera. I think it would be a great twist for her!

  2. I'd like to see Bertie and Les Miserables.


  3. I'd like to see Bertie in "The Winter's Tale" - one of my favorite Shakespeare plays.

  4. The Phantom of the Opera :)

  5. I would like to see bertie in The Phantom of The Opera, it would be amazing!!!!!!


  6. I'd love to see Wicked. Just a big fan in general.

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  7. I second Wicked! It's my favorite musical and every single song on the soundtrack is great. If I could sing, I'd love to be Elphaba.

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  8. I think it would be cool to see Bertie in The Phantom of the Opera as well.

  9. I think i want to see her in Alice in Wonderland. I think it would so great.

  10. How amazing would Bertie be as Milly in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers! Can't you picture her capturing the heart of a hulking backwoodsman and then helping his six hot sauce brothers find their own wives? Fabulous!

  11. I keep wanting to read this series, and then I forget. I know what it is about, so I'd like to see Bertie as Nancy in Oliver.

  12. I would also love to see Bertie in The Phantom of the Opera.

  13. I don't know why, but Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz comes to mind. Love the cover.


  14. I think it might be cool to see Bertie in Cyrano, where she plays Cyrano instead of the traditional female role.

  15. I'd love to see Bertie in Barefoot in the Park as Corie! I think it would be a funny part for her.
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  16. I think it would be interesting to see Bertie in Around the world. ^_^

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway.

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  17. I think Bertie would be great in Into the Woods...just enough magic in it too!

  18. I'd like to see Bertie in Gigi.

  19. Bertie would be great in Cats. :D Not so Shakespearean but fun all the same.

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  20. I'd like to see Bertie in Phantom of the Opera.


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