Top Ten Covers of 2021

Posted December 7, 2021 by Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction in Let's Discuss, Top Ten Tuesday / 43 Comments

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
Today’s Top Ten Tuesday is a freebie, and I was inspired by a post over at Read All the Things to share my

Top Ten Covers of 2021

I chose my favorite covers from 2021 releases I’ve read. Not only were these fabulous stories, but just look at the gorgeousness!!

As you can see from these faves, I tend to gravitate toward illustrated covers, and I love vivid colors!

I just realized that the way I placed these in the graphic, Alma from Alma Presses Play and Izumi from Tokyo Ever After are facing each other with very similar expressions on their faces. (And I love the paper cut-out effect on Tokyo). Oh, hey, Wren from Violets Are Blue kind of has it too—only she’s facing forward—and Me (Moth) might match it if Moth were looking up. Apparently, I like that serene closed-eye look. Who knew?

Cover Artists

(Because they deserve all the credit!)

  1. Roxy: Neil Swaab
  2. Alone: Pascal Campion
  3. Violets Are Blue: Erika Pajarillo
  4. The Stars of Whistling Ridge: Julie McLaughlin
  5. Frankie & Bug: Angeles Ruiz
  6. Daughter of the Deep: Khadijah Khatib (I cheated a little and chose the UK cover for this one because I love it just a little bit more than the US version.)
  7. Amber & Clay: Julia Iredale
  8. Me (Moth): Rich Deas
  9. Tokyo Ever After: John Ed De Vera
  10. Alma Presses Play: Yuta Onoda

What were your favorite covers of 2021? I want to know!

 

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43 responses to “Top Ten Covers of 2021

  1. Megan E. Freeman

    Thanks so much for including the names of the artists! I feel eternally lucky that ALONE was given to Pascal Campion.

  2. I’m all about cover art… and am probably a bit of a cover snob. 😀 Tokyo Ever After is a fun cover and one I still haven’t read. Love the premise of the book though. Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland on this week. Really appreciate this.

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