I love a simple, yet eye-catching cover. I’ve helped reveal such covers before, and I’m quite happy to be doing so again today.
The cover of Inseperable, by Siobhan Davis, however, sets itself apart from most of the others that I would put in that simple-but-eye-catching category. Why? Because it also has a distinct sense of… well, why don’t I just let you 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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(Note: This recommendation was first published in September of 2013. You can see the original version here.)
Maureen Johnson’s 13 Little Blue Envelopes is a novel I’ve read multiple times. It’s also a novel I enjoy every time I read it, for a few different reasons.
Yes, one of those reasons is that I always seem to forget the details. That, however, is not what keeps me coming back.
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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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I’m not sure why, but novels set in college have called out to me lately. There’s just something about them.
Ugly Beautiful Girl, by Tracy Krimmer, is no exception. I’ll tell you a bit more about the Book in a moment, but first I want to help reveal the cover. And let me tell you, there’s nothing ugly about it.
Ready to take a look?
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