Cover art gives our favorite books a unique identity, but when different publishers find the same image–readers get a little deja vu. So, who do you think wore it best? The paranormal or the contemporary?
It’s interesting how the paranormal covers add light effects to give the model a more ethereal and powerful feel, while the contemporary keeps it simple and clean.
I like them all, but I like Wander Dust the best. I think the text and the lighting effects fit together nicely. Who do you think wore it best?
They say don’t judge a book by its cover, but every week Books and Sensibility contributors take a stroll around the local bookstore (okay, the internet) to see what we can find in the world of book covers
Is the book you are reading a historical romance ? Does it have a prominent female character ? Is it Steampunk ? If you answer yes to two or more of these than your cover may have a corset on it.
I’m not surprised corset covers have become so popular. Corsets are a classic (although harsh) symbol of femininity and are popular among Victorian authors, cosplayers and readers.
Do you have any favorite corset covers ?
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Inspired by I Want To Read That and Not Enough Bookshelves as well as my own love of pretty book covers, Books and Sensibility presents Cover Wars : US vs The World.