Read & Sips: Revealing The Cover of Olga Gibbs' "Hallow"

This month Read and Sips is going to be part of a special event: the unveiling of the "Hallow" cover.

Last year, I was lucky to be part of the blog tour for "Heavenward" by Olga Gibbs - the review is available here. "Heavenward" is the first part of the Celestial Creatures series and deals with Ariel becoming aware that she carries the essence of one inside her. Thus, she slowly becomes an angel too. During the story she gets taking into the angel's world but nothing is about leisurely eating grapes while lounging on a fluffy cloud. Instead, Ariel is thrown into a brutal web of lies ...

When talking about "Heavenward" the first thing everyone remarked was the beauty of the cover. I am happy to announce that this feature continues with "Hallow":

Hollow by Olga Gibbs - Yogi Tea Sweet Chai
The cover retains a family resemblance to its bigger sister by having the silhouette of Ariel's face in the center. This time the flowing hair has been replaced by a stunning photograph of birds flying through the woods during dawn. This creates an even stronger contrast and, if I am honest, I like this cover ever more than the one from "Heavenward".

"Hallow" picks up where "Heavenward" had left. After Ariel manages to escape from the battles and dangerous games, she only wants to follow her own agenda: protect her sister. Thus, Ariel returns to Earth but from what she wants to flee follows her. The stakes are higher than ever - the fight of survival is going to be a deadly one this time.

"Hallow" is going to be published on the 1st of May. 

Meanwhile, as a beverage this month I have chosen "Sweet Chai" by Yogi Tea. It is chai tea made with anises, fennel, and liquorice. As an added bonus, it is decaffeinated which means that you can enjoy a sweet sip of chai all day long without becoming jittery. The brand has a strong connection with yoga and Indian culture.

The tea can be drunken with milk and a bit of a milk froth on top without loosing its taste. This particular taste is slightly spicy but still sweet and leaves a refreshing feeling behind - similar to peppermint.

About Olga Gibbs

Olga Gibbs lives in a leafy-green town, nestled amongst the green fields of West Sussex, England. She was writing from the age of fifteen, mainly short stories and novellas and was a guest columnist for a local newspaper. When she is not dreaming up new adventures for her imaginary friends, she does outreach work with teenagers. She is currently writing a stand-alone psychological crime thriller book.


inspired by: "Tea Tuesday is all about sharing what new brand or variety of tea you’ve tried recently! Tea Tuesday was started in October 2018 by book blogger Bitch Bookshelf. To participate, simply share in a blog post the new tea you most recently tried! Bonus for book bloggers: Pair your tea with a recent or favorite read. (Other niche bloggers, feel free to do the same as is related to your blog.)"

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