Cover Reveal for Rachel Kovaciny's NEW BOOK

'Ello, chaps and chappesses!

As you may know, Rachel Kovaciny, author of The Man on the Buckskin Horse, Cloaked, and No Match for a Good Story, is set to release the second installment in her Once Upon a Western fairytale retellings anthology in August.

And now, I'm pleased to say, she's revealing the cover!

But first, howzabout a brief blurb about the story itself?

A drifting Civil War veteran tackles the task of figuring out who's been spiking the apple cider at a Kansas dance hall owned by a family with twelve daughters.

^^ First of all, how are people able to condense a whole plot into such a short yet perfectly informative sentence??  Skillz, man.  Second of all, I'm excited to read this!

Aaaaandddd, aren't you excited to see the cover?  

Okay, okay, here you go:

Doesn't that just look like apple cider and barn raisings and doughnuts and all things comfy and country and homey?!

Here are all the pertinent links:

Don't forget, Dancing and Doughnuts is slated to be released this August!!!


  1. Awwww, I loved this post, Olivia! Especially the Greatest Showman gif <3 Thanks so much for being part of my cover reveal! I'm so tickled you like it :-D

    1. Yay!! I'm so glad you liked it, Hamlette! I thought the GS gif was especially fitting for a cover reveal of one of your books :) Thanks for letting me participate! Can't wait to read it. :)

  2. Chappesses?! Okay, I'm totally using that one!! And yes, this cover looks scrumptious and I'm totally ARC-ing this book!

    1. Isn't that a great word?! I owe it to Brian Jacques. ;D SAAAAME, GIRL.

  3. Your opening! XD "Chappesses"? Like Erudessa, I think I'm going to have to steal that sometime!

    "First of all, how are people able to condense a whole plot into such a short yet perfectly informative sentence?? Skillz, man." I totally agree with you there. I'm terrible at this sort of thing!! :P

    This post was great fun, Olivia!!

    1. Haha! I can't take credit for it, though. ;D

      Right?! The struggle is real.

      Thanks, Cordy! I enjoyed your reveal post, too -- especially the Seven Brides gif!! ;)

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    1. Doesn't it, Brooklyne? I've only read one other thing about the twelve dancing princess fairytale -- I'm looking forward to it!

  5. Ooh, that is such a beautiful cover!! I just love the colors and textures. This is definitely going on my (endless) to-read list. ;)

  6. Nice. Much better build up than my effort. I may have steal some of your gifs.

    1. Oh, but your post was good too. I liked how you called attention to the details on the cover. And steal away! All of my gifs are stolen, too.

  7. You crack me up, Olivia! All the gifs = perfection. This book looks great, and I can't wait to read it! :)


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