The Revolution of Marina M. Book Cover

After all these years living deep in the labyrinths of my imagination, The Revolution of Marina M. has a book cover and a publication date!  It’s November 7. Set in Petrograd (St. Petersburg) Russia, the book follows the coming of age of Marina Makarova during the Russian Revolution. A young poet, we see her transformation from from idealistic daughter of the intellectual bourgeoisie to an independent, passionate woman navigating her course through some of the most extreme political changes of the twentieth Century. You saw it here first!The Revolution of Marina M.jpg

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31 Responses to “The Revolution of Marina M. Book Cover”

  1. Muzzle tough! Looks great, Janet.

  2. Linda Harrison Says:

    YES! At long last! I’m so excited for me and happy for you, Miss Janet! I hope to see and hear you at this year’s LA Times book fest next month!

  3. That cover is GORGEOUS. If striking covers are the way to increased curiosity and sales, then I’d say this will be a BIG bestseller. And, of course, it has your name on it, Janet, so it will be a bestseller, for sure. Can’t wait to read it.

  4. Cant wait ❤

  5. What an enticing cover and I love historical novels. Can’t wait to read Janet Fitch’s equally beautiful prose again.

  6. Dylan Says:

    This might be the most beautiful book cover ever. Congratulations.

  7. I can’t wait!

  8. Judy Reeves Says:

    Oh Janet, this is so gorgeous! I’m am so looking forward to this novel. Congratulations!

  9. Excellent, I cannot wait to read this!

  10. Paula's Paradise Says:

    Looking forward to this this, and congrats on a gorgeous cover! Just pre-ordered my copy … thanks for your compelling writing!

  11. Alisa Wood Says:

    Congratulations Janet! Really look forward to reading this!

  12. SOOOOOO EXCITED FOR THIS! Congratulations, Janet!

  13. Assya Says:

    I can’t wait to read it ! How wonderful ! The publication date is 2 days after my birthday. That’s a birthday present I’ll gladly by for myself. I have been looking for news about it here for a while. If Russian history is not really my domain, I believe I could read anything from you. I’ve read White Oleander both in English and French (my mother tongue) and read Paint It Black and Kicks. Also did a school presentation and a short paper on White Oleander. Haha. I love to talk about your novels, the raw poetry of your writing, your strong characters and the world you create or rather, make us see. Thank you for that. Hope many more books are coming !

  14. So excited! I can’t wait to read it.

  15. Carrie Cook Says:

    Congratulations, Janet! Beautiful cover, and I can’t wait to read it.

  16. Linda Harrison Says:

    “Workers of the world, arise!” I’ve been listening to WHITE OLEANDER on CD lately and I still love this story so much. So many levels of wonderfulness. Missed you at the Bookfest this year! XOXO

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