So while I gather my thoughts on which book covers I love the most for this Blogoween prompt, I want to make sure the description is posted below. I am also tagging Anthony at Keep Reading Forward for providing the prompt, Thanks Anthony!
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Gather your favorite book covers with Halloween/Fall colors; Orange/Black/Yellow/Red/Brown, and share in a post. You can also use books from your bookshelves and take a photo. Props are optional and encouraged (It can be an instagram challenge). To see all the prompt again go —>Here.
So here I go again down the TBR hole….. ahem……. I mean through my never ending wishlist it seems. I have a lot on the list because I used to do a lot of the giveaways and didn’t always check off the box to add to my TBR. So that’s why it’s so BIG. I just haven’t had the time to go through it all and take off the books one by one off of it. Maybe I should do that when the holidays come for Thanksgiving and Christmas/New Years break.
Now getting back to my Top 5 Book Covers in Autumn Colors, or Halloween themed covers. I think of the colors orange, black and red. When I hear the word Halloween I think of Witches, Costumes, Masquerades Balls. I know Masquerades are not just for Halloween, but I think of the mystery of whose behind the mask.
So when it came down to picking out the book covers, it took me about 45 minutes to actually pick 5 out of the 15 or so I pulled up to look at. Now I can finally say I’m happy with the ones I’ve chosen. I’ve also decided to include a blurb along with the cover, I wanted to give you a few ideas on what’s on my TBR
Paperback, 293 pages
Published June 30th 2012 by Magic Genie Books
Falling in Love, baking a magical cake, fighting an evil necromancer—it’s all in a day’s work for Audrey Oliver, seventeen-year-old witch-in-training.
When her mother goes missing and her twenty-one-year-old witchy cousin shows up out of the blue, Audrey knows something’s gone horribly, dangerously wrong.
Crossing the Rubicon by R.C. Richter
Paperback, 322 pages
Published September 13th 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Every story has a beginning and an end. What lies between these two points is the journey. Crossing the Rubicon is the story of seven remarkable teens as they survive the unbelievable.
What started out as a simple weekend trip exploring the Chungo caves, became a journey which took them back 275 years in time, had them cross multiple continents, and stretched them to their limits. Discover how they survived with just the clothes on their backs, some limited technology and their wits and resolve. In a world without computers, without the basic items we use each day, could you survive?
Masquerade by Sierra St. James (Pseudonym), Janette Rallison
Kindle Edition, 258 pages
Published November 2012
When Clarissa takes a much needed job under slightly false pretenses, she doesn’t think it will be such a big deal. She may have told her movie-star boss that she was married, but that shouldn’t matter. After all, she doesn’t want anything to do with men for a long, long time.
It’s hard for a woman to keep up the masquerade when her boss is as handsome as Slade Jacobson and the job takes her to Hawaii with him. In between handling his whirlwind four-year-old daughter and dealing with a whole cast of Hollywood personalities, Clarissa has to keep a tight hold on her heart.
Chantress (Chantress Trilogy #1)
by Amy Butler Greenfield
Hardcover, 324 pages
Published May 7th 2013 by Margaret K. McElderry
“Sing, and the darkness will find you.”
This warning has haunted fifteen-year-old Lucy ever since she was eight and shipwrecked on a lonely island. Lucy’s guardian, Norrie, has lots of rules, but the most important is that Lucy must never sing. Not ever. Now it is 1667, Lucy is fifteen, and on All Hallows’ Eve, Lucy hears a tantalizing melody on the wind. She can’t help but sing—and she is swept into darkness.
Supernatural Freak (Supernatural Freak #1)
by Louisa Klein
ebook, 185 pages
Published January 30th 2013
When paranormal expert Robyn Wise is offered an outrageous sum of money to cure a boy who is turning into a dead tree, she’s very sceptical. A politician ready to pay that much to make his son stop growing branches instead of hair? Come on! She’s more likely to be abducted by aliens. This is a trap. Or much worse. And, of course, it’s much worse.
Now there were sooooooooooooooo many other covers that I could have chosen, but I decided on these one’s because my love for fantasy and paranormal. I know there might not be any novel’s containing any floating ghosties or any shifter werewolves etc, maybe I’ll make a post about that later on in the blogoween event.
For all of you who are participating I would love to do a blog hop to find out what covers you have chosen. Make sure to leave a link down below so I can hop on over and visit.