April 9th, 2015
Books

Spring Reads

My Kindle is locked and loaded with two new books. Both The Folded Clock and The Children’s Crusade received wonderful reviews and, as shallow as it sounds, I love the beautiful covers.

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FRED LEIGHTON

Collection gold, silver and diamond ring

J. CREW

Ira ribbed cashmere turtleneck sweater

KHAITE

Wendell cropped high-rise wide-leg jeans

AURÉLIE BIDERMANN

Francoise gold-plated lapis lazuli earrings

GUCCI

Grosgrain-trimmed lady tunic

GIVENCHY

Cross3 leather cross-body bag

MIU MIU

Double-breasted wool-twill coat

CO

Oversized alpaca and wool-blend sweater

CO

Alpaca and wool-blend midi skirt

PRADA

Metallic

BURBERRY

Hooded wool-blend duffle coat

LOVESHACKFANCY

Jamie alpaca-blend cardigan

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  • Just came home from the bookstore with “The Children’s Crusade” before I read this post. It looks great.

    KathyApril 9th, 2015  3:42 PM

     
  • I don’t find cover appreciation shallow at all, for me it helps set the stage for the story. These look great, please share your thoughts after reading!

    ColleenApril 9th, 2015  6:11 PM

     
  • I wanted to add something, that I see Colleen already did. I love book cover art, and often buy used hardcover out of print novels, that I want to read, just so I can have the original covers. I find it very appealing, and when browsing in a bookstore, if I’m just at a table of books – it’s the cover that drives me to pick one up to see what it’s like. Not shallow.

    KathyApril 9th, 2015  7:05 PM

     
  • My friend who is a literary agent would concur.

    PrestonApril 9th, 2015  7:18 PM

     

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