Wednesday, July 15, 2020


Hey everyone!  Today I'm sharing a cover reveal for Kassie Angle's upcoming novel, Stop the Rain, which sounds like an absolutely fantastic novel.  I just met her recently in the writing camp I'm participating in this month, and I already can't wait to read this book!  Check out the blurb if you haven't already, and then make sure to stick around to check out the awesome cover.  


He left his entire world in Iraq. So why did the war follow him home?

Harley Keane and his best friend Nigel were just kids when 9/11 rocked their world and changed their lives forever. When they’re finally old enough to join the Army, all their childhood dreams seem about to come true. But war wasn’t supposed to be like this. A kid’s dream isn’t supposed to become a living nightmare. Fellow soldiers aren’t supposed to bleed out in front of your eyes.

Back home, safe and unwounded, Harley feels anything but. Why would God spare him when so many others were taken? Why won’t the nightmares stop, even when he’s awake? And how long can he hide the truth that threatens everything he has left? When Harley’s invisible scars refuse to stay hidden, will he let anyone close enough to help? And how do you go on with life when “okay” isn’t okay at all?

A PTSD awareness novel - no one fights alone. Coming November 11, 2020.


Kassie Angle is a teenaged Christian author, cowgirl, therapy dog trainer, stereotypical INFJ, and Army girl to the core. Her first love, i.e. debut novel, O to be Like Thee, swept her unexpectedly into the world of indie authors. She tries to use her stories to fill the silences in literature, helping more people understand the world of the Army and showing how God heals the broken-hearted. You can find her and more of her writing at You can also follow her on Instagram @saving_grace_and_a_blue_sky.

And now....for the cover!  

Are you excited to read Stop the Rain?  What are your thoughts on that blurb?  And just to whet your appetite, here's a quote from the book as well! Sound off in the comments below.