Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words
Best Book Covers of September 2015
That blank book cover above doesn’t look very appealing does it? Would you buy a book with a cover like that? A great book cover should draw your attention to it, make you want to pick it up (or buy it), tell you a little bit about the story or characters, be intriguing enough for the reader to want to explore more or just be plain gorgeous that we can’t resist. In short, a book cover has a job to do. Some book covers do ok, some fail, and some exceed beyond measure.
As some of you may be aware, Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words loves its book covers. Here are Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words’ Best Book Covers, chosen from the books we read and reviewed during the month of September 2015. Its a diverse group, with cover art represented by all types of art work and artists, including some of the authors themselves.
I’ve included the covers for you to see. Each of our reviewers includes a comment on the book’s cover in their review at the end of their post. Do you agree with them? Disagree? Which were your favorite covers this month?
Best Book Covers of September 2015:
ACID by Wulf Francu Godgluck & S. van Rooyen, Cover art by Wulf Francu Godgluck
Beautiful Thunder by Louise Lyons, Cover art by Maria Fanning
Beyond the Surface (The Breakfast Club #1) by Felice Stevens, cover art by Reese Dante
Buttermilk Ranch by Patricia Logan, Cover art by AJ Corza
Dangerous Spirits (Spirits #2) by Jordan L. Hawk, Cover art by Jordan L. Hawk
Empty Nests (Nested Hearts #1) by Ada Maria Soto, Cover Art by Paul Richmond
Fit to be Tied (Marshals #2) by Mary Calmes, Cover art by Reese Dante
Late Summer, Early Spring by Patricia Correll, Cover art by Anne Cain
Other Side of the Line by Marguerite Labbe, Cover art by Catt Ford
Red Hot Coffin Nails by KA Merikan, Cover art by Natasha Snow