Friday, 10 May 2019

Cover Characteristics - Railways

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.

This month's collection is:

Railways

Click each cover image to see its review on Literary Flits





12 comments:

  1. I like this idea! And I also think that it isn't easy... Well done!

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    1. My inner nerd is enjoying collating all the themed lists for future cover collections!

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  2. Now this is a meme I don't have on my list, I think. I like it. I also need to add it to my list of Book Blog Memes.

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    1. Now I'm wondering what other memes you have listed that might be fun to do!

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  3. Great idea! It is not easy to find them I think...

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  4. Wow. you really searched these out. This meme looks fun.

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    1. Looking back over my past reviews is a good way to spend a rainy afternoon :-)

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  5. I think my railway collection might just be the first two Harry Potter books!

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    1. No mining railway in the midst of a collapsing mountain?!

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  6. What a fun idea, I’d add Martin Harbottle’s Appreciation of Time to the list (you can check it here) https://bookdout.wordpress.com/2014/04/26/review-martin-harbottles-appreciation-of-time-by-dominic-utton/

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    1. I just clicked though and this cover is perfect :-)
      Thank you for sharing

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