Hi, everyone! Welcome back to Which Cover Wednesday! Which Cover Wednesday is a weekly meme I host. What happens is that I compare two different covers of a book and give my opinion of which cover looks better. Feel free to join in on the fun by giving your opinion of these covers as well! This week’s covers are:
1. A Quiet Kind of Thunder by Sara Bernard
While I am a fan of the simplicity of cover number two, my vote goes to the first cover! It’s mainly because I don’t like the placement or typography of the author’s name on the second cover, which seems like something small, but actually does bother me a bit… I kind of wish the author’s name was underneath the title like the first cover… Plus, I do like the first cover’s background!
2. More Than We Can Tell by Brigid Kemmerer
In this case, I’d pick the first cover! I love the colours used in the first cover more than the second one as well as the cover art, with a heart incorporated into the last message. Kind of cliché, I know, but it works for me! 🙂
3. Between the Blade and the Heart by Amanda Hocking
This one’s a toughie since I actually don’t like either of these covers… But if I had to pick, I’d go with the first one just because the second cover doesn’t make sense to me… where did the feathers come from? I don’t think they have any significance to the story, at least not at the moment…
4. Love, Hate & Other Filters by Samira Ahmed
Second cover for the win! I love the background image with the brick wall and the art displayed on it! I also really like the typography and the overall “fullness” of the cover. I feel like it uses its space much more efficiently than the first cover. Probably because of the fact that the model blocks the letters a bit on the first cover as well as it seeming more empty with the white background.
Well, that’s it for this week’s Which Cover Wednesday. Were there any covers you liked or disliked? If you have any thoughts on these covers, I’d love to hear about them in the Comments Section below! Thanks for reading!