Cover Reveal: ARV-3 by Cameo Renae

by | Oct 4, 2013 | Cover Reveal

ARV-3 by Cameo Renae
Author: Cameo Renae
Genre: YA Post-Apocalyptic/Dystopian
Release Date: October 29, 2013
Publisher: CHBB
Cover Design: Regina Wamba at Mae I Design Photograpy
Tour Host: Lady Amber’s Tours
June 6, 2014: The beginning of the end. The Apocalypse.

A nuclear fallout wiped out every living thing on the planet, except for a few thousand of us who took shelter in underground bunkers across the globe. Now, after thirteen long years, we were finally able to return to the topside to begin to rebuild.

We thought we were alone. We were never more wrong.

Before the fallout, scientists had worked on creating an anti-radiation vaccine (ARV). The first two attempts failed, but despite the incomplete tests and results, the government approved and distributed the third serum to the masses in an effort to aid those who had no shelter.

It worked, keeping those who remained on the topside alive, but it also altered and mutated them. This new and infectious threat had completely outnumbered us. Now, we not only had to rebuild our planet. We would have to fight for it.

My name is Abigail Park. I’m seventeen, and this is my story.

My family is what keeps my heart beating, and my world a happy place to be.

I love reading great books that whisk me away from reality, even if for a little while. 🙂 Writing is my passion. I love creating new worlds and new characters, and taking wondrous adventures with them.

In My Dreams & Hidden Wings were both recently published through Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing. Descent (A Hidden Wings novella) will be released May 15, 2013, and Broken Wings (Book 2 in the Hidden Wings Series) will be released June 1, 2013.

One day I will find my magic wardrobe, and ride away on my magical unicorn… ♥ Until then… I’ll keep writing! 😉

Author Cameo Renae
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Disclosure: This Information was provided by the Author. This is NOT a compensated post. I just adore Cameo Renae and think you should check out her books!!


  1. Musing Sallie

    I prefer more detail, but have MUCH respect for short and sweet. Sometimes too much…well, is just too much.

  2. Livia @ Butterfly-o-Meter

    I agree, enthusiasm is one of those things in a review that will really get my attention. That's why I love book blog reviews often, because they show feeling a lot and not just cold facts, you know? :)I do like concise reviews, but also longer ones. All of them need to be without synopsis though, blurb are cool especially because they don't spoil the story for me. I hate it when reviewers spell out the story for me. I'm not likely to read it if I know the story before even opening first page. If I know what gonna happen, I need to already love either a character, the series or the author so much so that a spoiled story won't deter my fangirlism. See, I do even comments that are uber long, I'm a ranter, lol, sorry! 🙂

  3. Melissa Rheinlander

    I completely agree with you!! I don't want to know what happens before I see the first page of the book 🙂 BTW I like long comments!!

  4. Donna Brown

    It sounds like we have a very similar approach! I keep a pretty simple structure of four short paragraphs: story overview (as I saw it, not as the sales-pitch blurb presents it), what I liked, what I didn't like, summary. No spoilers and certainly not a total rehash of the book! Like you, I just want to see a reaction.

  5. Fiction Playground

    I like short reviews. I appreciate it when reviewers tell me about formatting issues in the electronic editions. That's my pet peeve! I'm following you, thanks!

  6. Adriana

    Aw… I prefer more detail and like to give detail. A lot of people have been seaying that so I am kind of worried also worried if I'm providing even more detail that I shouldn't be. Stuff to think about…That's smart to think of the five W's. I have to do that.Hope you can check out my post on this blog hop.

  7. Wendi B. - What Wendi Wants and Wendi's Book Corner

    Love that you posted this. 🙂 I love to see the details and a short synopsis (taken from the back cover is fine). I love to hear what you thought about a book and certainly want to know if you liked it, loved it, tolerated it, etc. Also, a warning if helpful is great (lots of swearing, graphic, etc)Think I'll probably post something about this over on my page at some point in the near future to dial in my own reviews!


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