It’s getting to be that time of year when I crave mystery, thriller, and horror novels. I mean, I love those types of stories year-round, but they tend to have a particular draw as Halloween approaches.
It should come as no surprise, then, that a novel promising murder and the supernatural hooked me. Murder Feels Awful, by Bill Alive, has such a cool premise behind it. Plus, its summary is just flooded with voice. You really can’t blame me for wanting to know more.
Or for wanting to help reveal the cover. Ready to check it out?
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Sometimes, it’s a single line in summary that hooks me. That isn’t to say that the rest of the summary isn’t good or interesting, just that that one line is incredibly intriguing.
A lot of summaries try to pull it off, but end up with something a little closer to cliched. That’s not the case for What The Valley Knows, by Heather Christie. The last line of this summary, which I’ll show you in a moment, grabbed my attention and has yet to let go.
Add in the fact that this cover pulls back to mind the romance in the story, and you’ve got yourself a cover that shouldn’t have too much trouble selling the book. Click on through to take a look.
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Sometimes, I read a novel’s summary and my mind starts spiralling. Not in a bad way, but rather in one of the best ways possible.
When I read the summary for K.L. Loveley’s Love, Secrets and Absolution, my mind immediately filled with questions. I’m willing to bet those same questions will at least cross your mind once you give it a look through–all but one, that is.
What question won’t cross your mind? Well, I wanted to know what the cover looked like, because it hadn’t been released yet. Today, I’m happy to help reveal it.
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Sometimes, I can’t quite put my finger on what part of a novel’s summary hooks me. All I know is that there’s something there that catches me, something that makes me want to keep reading.
That’s exactly the case with Hexen’s Cross, by J. Kowallis. I was hooked as soon as I read the summary–enough so that I eagerly signed up to help reveal the cover.
I’m glad I did, too. I quite like this one. I’ll tell you why after you’ve had a look for yourselves.
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Some covers just hit me more than others, in an absolutely wonderful way. Do you know what I mean?
Take the cover of Deadly Sweet, by Lola Dodge. I signed up to help reveal it because the summary hooked me from the first line. I mean, baking and witches? Yes, please. But this cover, you guys. This cover alone would have had me picking up the book.
Don’t believe me? Check it out for yourselves.
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One of my favourite aspects of a good cover is the promise that it makes. It can tell you so much–everything from what genre you can expect to what emotions you may encounter along the way. While it won’t tell you exactly what will happen in the novel, a good cover will help prepare you for the read.
The cover of The Night Realm, by Annette Marie, is one such example. From what I can tell, it does the job it’s supposed to: it promises a great novel. Today, I’m happy to help reveal it. Click on through to take a look.
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Some covers do such a wonderful job of conveying a mood, don’t you think? Such is the case for the cover of Falling For You, by Charlotte Blake. It feels like autumn–the warmth of a comfortable sweater, the beauty of falling leaves, the cozy scent of pumpkin pie and turkey. All of which makes a lot of sense, considering the novel is set around Thanksgiving.
Wondering how one cover can convey so much without being overwhelming? Click on through to take a look.
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