Best Book Covers in 2018 #Top10of2018

Posted December 26, 2018 by Anne - Books of My Heart in Misc, Top 10 / 23 Comments



Our favorite book covers from 2018.








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Thursday, December 27th – 
Best Book Characters of 2018

Friday, December 28th –      Top 10 Books I’m looking forward to in 2019.


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Tuesday, December 25th– Best Audiobooks of 2018

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Posted December 26, 2018 by Anne - Books of My Heart in Misc, Top 10 / 23 Comments

23 responses to “Best Book Covers in 2018

    • Thank you! I like the ones with outdoor things like leaves, flowers and trees. But since I do things digital I don’t see many covers. I’m lucky enough to have met the cover artist for Patricia Briggs (and Diana Rowland) at DragonCon. I have a large print of one of the Mercy Thompson covers but Burn Bright is a real favorite.

      I hope your holiday was wonderful!

  1. Witchmark’s cover is really cool. That is one of those I might buy just because of the cover.

    There are so many eye catching covers out there. I’ve noticed that I’m really drawn to ones with purple but I’m guilty of buying a few books on covers alone in the last year.

    Robin recently posted: Best Book Covers in 2018
  2. One thing I’ve noticed is how the covers look different on the computer. I’m always thrilled at how much more they grab you in physical copies. And often they have little extra’s like texture and such that make them even more special. I also love it when you take off the book sleeve and find something special on the actual book.

    Laura Thomas recently posted: The Hidden Cities Series ~ Tour and Giveaway
    • Interesting choices. You could do the lists with us too! I’m going to do it next year as a meme or something for everyone. Have a graphics done and invite others to link up their list posts. I’m still figuring it out but I want to do it.

      Anne recently posted: Audio: Ashwin by Kit Rocha
  3. They are all classy, well crafted covers, Anne – great choices. My favourites are How To Break an Undead Heart – love the title, too! And Witchmark – that beautiful clear blue just sings…