Cover Awe: border patterns, color palettes, and more.

Février 2023 Nouveautés, première partie

Let us take a look at some cute covers!

Quarantine Kitchen by J. Caldwell.  An illustrated cover of a man and a woman in the kitchen.  The man has brown skin and wears a checkered apron.  He is in the foreground, chopping vegetables with a smile on his face.  An array of colorful vegetables and herbs are displayed on the counter.  In the background, a fair-skinned woman with short bob hair is simmering vegetables in a wok.

Cover by Leni Kauffman

To sneeze: Omg goo goo gaa gaa i need to be on this kitchen

Or perhaps simply the eating room, admire the sexual stress and chemistry from a secure distance

Amanda: I like all the small print of the meals and elements!

Sarah: It is completely cute.

Elysium: Now I am so hungry.

A Highlander for Hannah by Mary Warren.  An illustrated cover with green fields and trees in the background.  A man and a woman are leaning against a pale palisade.  The man has long red hair and is wearing a green tartan kilt.  The woman is plump with wavy blonde hair.  She wears jeans and a blue plaid button-up shirt.  There is a white house with a navy blue roof in the background and the field is dotted with purple flowers.

Cover by Leni Kauffman

Amanda: I secretly hope the mountaineer is a butch girl! However I like all greens and blues.

Sarah:I see what the illustrator did there alluding to a specific actor on the left there – however wow that is lovely and luxurious.

To sneeze: I hope the identical, Amanda!

Wonderful by Molly Greeley.  A black cover with borders decorated with gold filigrees.  Some of the edges bloom in Tudor roses while stone griffins peer out from the corners.  The title font is centered and looks sharp, with capitals ending in pointed edges.  The author's name is in the same reddish pink as the flowers.

by Bonni Leon-Berman

Carrie: Ooooooooooo

She wrote The heiress which was so, so good.

Amanda: The faces of those lions are killing me.

Sarah: Amanda, we predicted it within the bonus episode of the 2023 Launch Predictions Podcast – watermarked with art work within the border of the covers! Tudor roses, griffins, I prefer it.

To sneeze: What??? I must come again to this episode. How did you two know? I like these sorts of patterns. Are there any artwork historians who’ve researched medieval illuminations right here? I questioned if these patterns had robust influences from Persian artwork, however I did not have time to examine it.

Ana Maria and the Fox by Liana De Le Rosa.  An illustrated cover of a man lightly dipping a woman.  They have brown skin and she wears a fuchsia dress.  It has a frill on the shoulder.  He is in a dark suit.  The walls are peach colored and they stand in front of a bright, ornate window decorated with pink, blue, red, white and orange flowers.  Those same flowers are in her hair.  The hemline of the dress blends into a sky of Big Ben and other buildings.

Cover by Camilla Gray

From Kilian: I like this Ana Maria and the Fox cowl. I instantly considered Cowl Awe after I noticed it.

Sarah: Yeah. I like that too.

Laura: I like the lighting on their faces!

Amanda: The development from gentle to darkish colours works so nicely!

To sneeze: I am normally impartial about turning the gown right into a backdrop, however this one REALLY works for me. It is simply romantic and luxurious and it makes me smile.

Elysee: I like gold and purple!

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