Sunday, 10 March 2019

Cover Characteristics - Looking Out To Sea

I've long been a fan of the beautiful Cover Characteristics posts that Kristen curates over at Metaphors And Moonlight so I thought I might try putting together a similar post myself. The idea is to choose book covers which are linked in some way (featuring an object in common, perhaps, or a similar title font) and to then display them artfully. Sounds easy, turns out not to be! But it is fun to look back through my old reviews.

My third collection is:

Looking Out To Sea

 
 

Click each cover image to see its review on Literary Flits.

8 comments:

  1. I always like to look at my covers! It's like therapy to see all the pretty ones!

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    1. I know what you mean! These posts are becoming some of my favourites to curate

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  2. Some covers are so nice. What a fun post.

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    1. I'm pleased with how these ones all fitted together :-)

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  3. I know it's said that you can never tell a book from its cover, but they still go a long way to attracting me

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    1. I'm always swayed by a good cover design :-)

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  4. I really like those covers for The Forgotten Slaves, Kelpie dreams and A Treacherous Paradise.

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    1. I love the atmosphere in the Kelpie Dreams one. A pretty good book too!

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