Tag Archives: Suspense

Killer Covers

We’re starting to get small color changes in the trees this week! Since it’s my most favorite time of year, I look forward to every week between now and Thanksgiving. And I look forward to running to the mountains.

The Runaway Pastor’s Wife by Diane Moody is about running away too, in a different sense. This cover artist knows their stuff with the nice overlay.The Runaway Pastor's Wife by [Moody, Diane]

And we have a runner in this novel by Joy Ohagwu too. Delivered has plenty of suspense qualities on its cover art. I really like the scrolls on the side. They’re understated and interesting.What do you think of these covers? Do you prefer romance like Diane’s or suspense like Joy’s? Comment below.

Killer Covers

I bet all the kids are back to school now … and that means more reading time for moms. Are you in the mood for comedy or romance, fantasy or suspense?

Unplanned by Alana Terry tells you enough to want to read it, don’t you think? I like how clearly you know it takes place in a city over a very controversial subject. Unplanned (A Kennedy Stern Christian Suspense Novel Book 1) by [Terry, Alana]This second book by Julie Hall strikes a cord if you’re into Christian Fantasy. The purple hues are magnificent. This heroine has a story written all over her face. Huntress (Life After Book 1) by [Hall, Julie]Check these two out and let me know if they’re as intriguing as they look.

Comment below and tell me if you like the more bold colors of Huntress or prefer the more muted tones of Unplanned.

Killer Covers

It’s September! Pencil bouquets and cooler breezes … fall just around the corner. Awe, my favorite time of year. And time to pick up a good suspense book.

Conclave: A novel by [Harris, Robert]This cover has quite an edge. Suspense exudes from it, don’t you think? Robert Harris chose a mysterious name and great dark colors to get the message across about this novel.

 

 

Hidden (Jacobs Family Series Book 1) by [Chapman, Vannetta]And what of this one by Vannetta Chapman? Once again the dark colors and feel of cold nights in the air.

 

 

 

 

These authors put the ‘feel’ in their cover art. Comment below on which one you think is more suspenseful.