Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Book Covers I’d Frame As Pieces of Art

Hello everybody! Raise your hands if you’re already tired of winter! *raises hand* Technically the solstice hasn’t even happened yet, but it might as well be officially winter because everything is tired and sad looking… or maybe that’s just me???

Also I nearly forgot to write this post at all- the holiday season has got me all scatter-brained and distracted, not to mention the typical seasonal affective disorder that gets to me around this time of year.

Anyway, this post is all about pretty book covers that I would honestly love to have framed and on my walls. From beautiful water colors to surrealist art, there’s a plethora of stunning covers below the cut!

Top Ten Tuesday is Brought to you by That Artsy Reader Girl.

The Tangleroot Palace: Stories


The Forests of California: A California Field Atlas


Daggerspell


The Municipalists


The Goblins of Bellwater


Ascender, Vol. 4: Star Seed


Waiting on a Bright Moon


Passing Strange


The Little Witch


The Between


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15 thoughts on “Top Ten Book Covers I’d Frame As Pieces of Art

  1. I love the colors in Ascender! Also, I live in the desert, so it doesn’t really get cold here (although, way too cold for me), and it’s generally not cloudy at all. Our winters are definitely more bearable than they are in the Midwest or on the East Coast.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!

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  2. Absolutely sick to death of winter. We’re already on to our second storm in the UK, it’s cold, it’s wet, it gets dark at 3pm and it’s miserable. 😦

    Love the covers though, especially The Little Witch!

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    1. Living in California means people generally cheer up when it rains because we always need more. Though lately it’s just been cold and dry- with harsh winter sunlight and everything dead for the season, it makes for some grim surroundings. The early sunsets certainly don’t help, either.

      Isn’t The Little Witch cover a delight? I love those cozy autumn vibes!

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