Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Don't judge a book by its cover

Don't judge a book by it's cover.

Good advice right? Sure. But the truth is, we all do it.

Oh, no you don't--I can see you shaking your head and saying "Not me!", but you can't pull the wool over my eyes!! *wink* We all do it whether we know it or not.  Some covers are great and some are flops--but beauty is in the eye of the beholder is it not?

What are your favorites and why?

Here are my TOP 5...in no particular order. You might notice a theme going here.... *teehee* I can't help myself.

1. Adorable! One of the most gorgeous dresses on any cover EVER!

2. Beautiful! I love this dress too, since it IS in my favorite era...

3. Really. Need I explain? I don't think so.

4. Simple. Gorgeous.

5. Great Font. Great Title. Great Cover. Nuff said.

So, there you have it. What are your fav's?! I gotta know!!!  

Happy Reading!


  1. Lovely covers. Yes, no explanation on cover #3 *wink* :D

  2. A Tailor Made Bride I love the beautiful outfit she is wearing

    1. Hi!! Yes, you are right, I love Witemeyer's covers and that one especially! Good comment!

  3. Speaking of covers. Here's the new cover for Karen Witemeyer's new book, Stealing the Preacher. A different cover has been around the web, but Karen has said that this new cover is the final one. I think I like it better than the first one.


    Karen also says that Neill Archer's story is going to be a novella included in a book with other novellas written by authors Mary Connealy, Carol Cox, and Regina Jennings. Hers is the only story with a cross-over character from another book. This will be out in 2014.

    1. Sylvia! I LOVE all this fabulous inside information you have!--I must have your sources! *wink teehee* Thank you for sharing--its wonderful! And wow! That cover is great--its definitely more Witemeyer's style--thank you so much for letting me know, and I will update it on my site. :)