There’s many things about a book cover that I love. Sometimes it’s a romantic image with cover models. Other times, it’s the subtle, simple kind of look. Whatever one of my favorite elements is, one thing we cannot argue is that I love a good cover design. Today, we’re going to look at another aspect of deign which is colorful book cover designs art!
I’m going to be honest, I am trying to feature some titles (still from my shelf!) that I haven’t featured at all or much in prior weekly lists. I’m not saying I’m going to accomplish this, but a girl can try, am I right? With that said, I’m typing this in front of my bookshelf (late in the night as usual but with a cup of tea), all ready to do some window shopping (as it were) so as to find some fun (colorful!) books to feature. Because, most of all, no matter what gets featured, we just love some good books. Let’s do this.
PS; my apologies for not replying to everyone’s comments more promptly! If I seem worse than normal just now, it’s likely because I am. I’m super busy doing re-formats on archive posts and re-edits on old reviews. It’s a CHORE! Any suggestions or helpful tips are welcome – I still have multiple hundreds to go!
COLORFUL BOOK COVER DESIGNS
1: NO JUDGEMENTS AND NO OFFENSE, MEG CABOT
These are just cute and flirty (even though they’re illustrated!). I’ve never read a Meg Cabot book and I’m curious, are these good?
2: THINGS YOU SAVE IN A FIRE, KATHERINE CENTER
Haven’t read anything by this author, but the “fiery” color scheme makes this one stand out. Plus I hear so many good things about her books I just had to pick one up. Amazon | Bookshop.org | Goodreads
3: FREAKY IN FRESNO, LAURIE BOYLE CROMPTON
4: NOW THAT I’VE FOUND YOU, KRISTINA FOREST
5: DEAREST JOSEPHINE, CAROLINE GEORGE
Had to include something a bit different from most of these contemporaries. This one is a time-slip novel that’s a pretty new release, too!) sounds good. Love the stark black backdrop with the brightly colored flowers. Amazon | Bookshop.org | Goodreads
6: CAN YOU KEEP A SECRET, SOPHIE KINSELLA
Oh, yes, another popular author I haven’t read a book by! I hear great things about her books, but haven’t taken the chance on one. This one is all about the sunny cheeriness with its yellow background. Amazon | Bookshop.org | Goodreads12 COLORFUL BOOK COVER DESIGNS ON MY BOOKSHELF #TopTenTuesday #BookLover #BookWorm #BookTwitter Click To Tweet
7: CHESAPEAKE VALOR [SERIES], DANI PETTREY
8: FIRST AND THEN, EMMA MILLS
9: LITTLE DO WE KNOW, TAMARA IRELAND STONE
10: PLOT TWIST, BETHANY TURNER
Technically I don’t have this one on my shelf (yet), but it’s in my pre-order queue (and that basically counts, right?), and it just seems an ideal feature for this topic – look at all that color! Amazon | Bookshop.org | Goodreads
11: THE NOBLE LEGACY [SERIES], SUSAN MAY WARREN
These just look so fun and cheerful together! Although to be honest, you really have to see these in person to get the full effect (it’s all in the spines). Despite loving what I’ve read by Warren, I still haven’t read these. Amazon | Goodreads
12: LOVE, LIFE AND THE LIST, KASIE WEST
Tell me, have you read any of these or do you like any of these colorful book cover art designs? Which of these would you recommend? What books would you feature on such a list? Please, do sound off on your thoughts – your comments mean so much and I look forward to visiting your space, too!
Thank you for visiting!
Linking up with That Artsy Reader Girl and Top Ten Tuesday April 19 (which is all about colorful book covers!)