I've often seen the phrase “sneak peek” on author websites when an author is offering a "sneak peek" of their story for newsletter subscribers. I just said "of", but that only confuses me further - is this correct?
I'm mostly confused between "from" and "at". I googled both of these, and they do appear in various places, but is there a more correct version? Take the example below:
Subscribe to get a sneak peek from my upcoming novel A Vast Sky
Subscribe to get a sneak peek at my upcoming novel A Vast Sky
Which one is more appropriate? And is there any way that "of" could take the place of the other two prepositions?
@GArthurBrown and @ColinFine Thank you for explaining how the preposition varies according to how "sneak peek" is being used. Very helpful and it answers my question. The sense I was using it in is probably better expressed as "sneak peek from my book" since it's supposed to be a preview taken from the book.