I absolutely love cover art, I could look at it for hours! And since I love it I figured a few of you are likely to love it too. So, I’ve established a weekly (Thursday) post called “Cover Lust” in which I will feature one spectacular cover I consider pretty much perfect. I encourage you to leave your thoughts below (because I’m crazy curious) and if you feel up to it… tell me the title of a book who’s cover YOU lust!
Some Quiet Place by Kelsey Sutton
I’ve had this cover sitting in my lust file for a while now, but have been hesitant to post it for the masses. Why? Because along with its undeniable beauty it is slightly deranged, and well…y’all already think I’m a few french fries short of a Happy Meal. I didn’t think I needed to add any gasoline to that fire. BUT, I’ve finally decided it’s just too gosh darn pretty to put it off any longer. So what exactly do I like about it. #1…The dress is stunning! It starts off as a whole and as it gets closer to the ground it gives off the impression of broken-ness. And with her head swept back and her arms firmly clasped behind her torso she emits an air of desperation or despair. (Wow…maybe I am crazy…Broken? Desperate? Despair? Sheesh.) Anyways, the topography is equally as beautiful with its sparseness and the choice to use an all brown color pallet pulls the whole thing together into something I just can’t seem to take my eyes off of. In short… I lust this cover. How about you?