Black Friday… the day to shop until you lose your senses. Just make sure you have at least one book in all bags of goodies.
Ooh, ooh, ooh. These shades of orange on the cover art for Moving On are delicious. Very well done Trisha Grace.Waiting on Love has a gentle look with the pine cone and white background. I’m really starting to like this muted backdrop idea. Thanks Leah Atwood for a soft yet very interesting cover. It took me a second to notice the two rings on the pine cone. Nice touch!
Choose you now which one is in your bag. The soft or the bright?
The cold breezes blowing keep me in mind of the happy season afoot.
And the great thing about this time of year is reading books about the season. I’d love to have one of those hand muffs myself from this cover art for The Shoemaker. Lisa M. Prysock firmly sets the mood with the backdrop village scene and the sweet face of the main character in this Regency story.
How about this? I love the way these characters have great chemistry in Crystal Walton’s novel Just Maybe. I love a good romantic comedy.
Check one of these out while the turkey’s baking. Do you prefer to read historical or contemporary while you wait?
I’m already buying Thanksgiving ingredients. Are you getting ready for the big holiday too? Look what I found to go with my Thanksgiving dinner.
You all know my love of anything Irish. I had to post this fun cover art for An Irish Heart by Jackie Zack. The white background actually makes the character really stand out. I think less-is-more is very true here.Children’s books are always so wonderful to look at with their great colors and fun pictures. This Thanksgiving story has such a great message. God Gave Us Thankful Hearts by Lisa Tawn Bergren may be the perfect book for your youngster.
What do you think of these two covers?