Tell Me Something Tuesday: February 14, 2023 – Cover Love

Posted February 14, 2023 by Jen in TMST Tags:

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February 14th: Share some books covers you love!

To be honest, I don’t really pay attention to covers. Since 99.95% of my reading is digital (Kindle or audiobook), I don’t set foot in a book store all that often and stare at all the beauty. I catch the covers of books when I’m creating my review and download the cover for the post. Even then, I rarely love covers, but some I find more interesting to look at than others. So for this post, I went to Goodreads and looked at the books I’ve read/listened to over the past year. Of those, these are my favorites:

I love the shades of blue and gray, offset by the peach text. I also like it because it represents the main character, Kat, coming up from the kitchen along the servant stairs, something she does often in the books.

Audiobook cover of Murder in the East End by Jennifer Ashley

Generally, I enjoy the trend of cartoon covers, and this is one of my favorites. I like the colors and all of the activity.

book cover of As Seen on TV by Meredith Schorr

This one is sci-fi finery. I love all of the details and deep colors.

Book cover of Only Bad Options by Jennifer Estep

This one is just so pretty. They are appropriately dressed for the period and not overly scandalous. The colors of the sky add to the overall aesthetics.

Book cover of HOW TO WIN A WALLFLOWER by Samara Parish

And finally, this is just a fun Christmas-themed cover that I adored. I love the concept of a small town being a picturesque snow globe.

Book cover of Stranded In A Small Town Christmas by Shannon Stacey

What about you? Tell Me Something and leave a comment!