Hey everyone! I'm thrilled to share the cover of The Wolves of Elementa: Shifting Sands with you! When I first saw it, I pretty much screamed! The artists did a wonderful job bringing our reluctant hero Sandstorm to life inside The Howl Dome. I think they really captured her fierce and cocky personality.
What I love most about Shifting Sands is Sandstorm's character development. I won't spoil anything, but she goes through many highs and lows in her journey. There are some tear-jerker moments that definitely gave me watery eyes haha! Especially the scene at the end, which I'm guarding under lock and key until the book's release...! (It's so hard keeping all the excitement to myself, but let's just say the ending of Shifting Sands is pretty impactful for Sandstorm and the rest of Elementa).
Since the start of the series, I've always been fascinated with Sandstorm, so it was a real treat diving into her innermost hopes and fears, which she's desperate to keep secret from others. I hope you'll have just as much fun exploring Sandstorm as I did!
Here's the blurb to tide you over until the book's publication this May:
Sandstorm has always been the best at everything. She’s strong, she’s fearsome, she’s the Earth Pack Champion—and she’s possibly the strongest wolf in Elementa. Despite her fame and confident exterior, Sandstorm has a secret no one can know. She’s afraid.
The desert is changing. Secrets are surfacing. Friend has become foe, and Sandstorm’s world is turning upside down. In order to face her unexpected new nemesis, she will need to do something she’s never done before: embrace friendship.
Sandstorm can’t win this battle alone. Unless she takes a stand with paws united, all will fall. But can Sandstorm manage to accept change? Or will her old stubborn ways help drag down the world? Find out in this epic third installment of The Wolves of Elementa!
I'd also like to give a HUGE thanks to everyone who's been creating fan art of the characters, writing to me, and overall being the best fandom in the entire world. I seriously can't thank you all enough for your tremendous support. Knowing you enjoy my stories brings a huge smile to my face.
- Sophie Torro