Now let’s take a look at the rules: This is a great opportunity to feature some of your favourite book covers. Each week, following a predetermined theme (list below) choose a book (this doesn’t have to be a book that you’ve read), compare a couple of the different covers available for that particular book and choose your favourite one out of them. Keep in mind that the themes are open to interpretation, so just enjoy yourself. This week’s theme:
Skeleton – them bones, them bones, them dry bones…
For this theme I decided to go with a book that has word ‘bones’ in the title and also there is a skeleton in the bottom corner on the cover of the edition that I own. So I chose to feature Find Me Their Bones (Bring Me Their Hearts #2) by Sara Wolf. This book has only two different cover options – US/UK or German.
And the winner of this Friday Face Off and my favourite cover is:
Which of these two covers do you like the best?
Next week’s (March 13) theme is: Exotic – ‘That which yields, is not always weak”– anything that represents something from distant lands.
March 20 – Brown – a cover or covers that are brown
March 27 – Freebie – choose one of your favourite covers
April Fools 3 – a trick of the eye – a cover that is more than meets the eye
April 10 – Moody – a cover that is atmospheric,
April 17 – out of focus – double vision or all a blur
April 24 – Armour – “Pretty armour doesn’t make a warrior”
The same time I’m joining the Book Blogger Hop, which was originally created by Jennifer @Crazy-For-Books in March 2010 and ended on December 31, 2012. It was relaunched on February 15, 2013 by Billy @Coffee-Addicted-Writer . Each week the hop starts on Friday and ends the following Thursday. There is a weekly prompt featuring a book related question. The hop’s purpose is to give bloggers a chance to follow other blogs, learn about new books, befriend other bloggers, and receive new followers to your own blog. March 6 – 12 the question submitted by Kri @ The Tired Buyer
Question: When did you first know you’re truly a bookworm? Did you lose sleep over a novel?
My answer: I have always been a bookworm, however, I never thought of myself as one. Actually I just recently (like about couple of years ago) started using the word ‘bookworm’ to describe myself. But I don’t really know the exact moment. And I have been losing sleep over books for years 🙈
Thank you for visiting! Please let me know in comments, which one of the two covers is your favourite? And do you consider yourself a bookworm?
Lady of Bookland