Today, I will be doing the Dreamy Book Covers Book Tag. I saw Hâf @ Library Looter do this, and it looked like fun, so I decided to give it a go myself!
1. Thank the lovely person who tagged you, spread the love!
2. Mention Tiana @ The Book Raven as the brilliant creator of this book tag!
3. Use the original tag image in your post. (However, Feel free to add whatever other graphics your heart desires!)
4. Nominate at least one fellow blogger for this tag.
5. List the rules and have fun!
No Ideas But in Things – A book cover that perfectly expresses the novel inside it.
I think a pirate ship in bloody water sums up Vampirates by Justin Somper perfectly… I can not stress enough just how much I love this series.
Dark and Lovely – A book cover that is so creepalicious you just want to eat it up.
I really couldn’t decide between the two, so I’m going with The Immortal Prudence Blackwood by Stephanie Grey, and Haverscroft by S.A. Harris. Look how beautifully creepy they both are!
Sugary Sweet – A cute cover that is so fluffy you want to give it a hug.
The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks is the best I can do for this one. Cute and fluffy really isn’t my style!
The Simple Aesthetic- A book cover that stuns with the most minimalistic of design.
The cover for Brief Answers to the Big Questions by Stephen Hawking is so simple, but so gorgeous! I absolutely love this cover. I took this picture the day I bought the book. We went to Cambridge for the day, and after I bought it, I realised that it was the perfect opportunity to take the perfect picture. So, here is my copy, outside the front door of the house Stephen Hawking used to live in!
Cover Envy – A book cover you wish you had on your shelves, but don’t yet.
I absolutely love the Barnes & Nobles collectibles, and I desperately want this Jane Austen Seven Novels!
Travelling Abroad – A beautiful book cover featuring a country outside of your own.
I know the cover for Starry Night: Van Gogh at the Asylum by Martin Bailey is technically a painting, BUT, Starry Night is Van Gogh’s interpretation of a view near the asylum he was living in, near Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. So I can use this for my answer, right?
The Colour Wheel – A cover that showcases one of your favourite colours.
Black is my favourite colour, and most of the books on my shelves are black, or have black on them… So, I have chosen Haunted by James Herbert, which I plan to read soon.
Switching Gears – A cover change you absolutely adore.
Stephen King’s IT has so many different covers, and they are all amazing, but the orange cloud cover is my absolute favourite!
Oldie but Goodie – A favorite cover of your favorite classic.
I’m choosing my favourite cover that I own of my favourite classic, which is the Penguin Clothbound Classic edition of Pride and Prejudice.
And the Winner is… Which book cover mentioned above is your favourite?
Oh this is a hard choice! But, I will go with Brief Answers to the Big Questions.