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Cover Wars: Instructions For A Heatwave

I think it’s safe to say I never would have read Instructions For a Heatwave by Maggie O’Farrell (review) if it weren’t for moving to Edinburgh. 41 more words

Cover Wars

Cover Wars: No Country

As you know I recently read, and reviewed No Country by Kaylan Ray. One of the many things that struck me about the novel was the different covers chosen by American and British publishers. 118 more words

Fiction

Isapop's Cover Wars - The Ellie McDoodle Diaries: Have Pen, Will Travel by Ruth McNally Barshaw

This is a new thing that I’m doing for all those books out there that have so many covers. I am going to (try to) find all the covers from a book and put them up here to choose our favourites. 236 more words

Ruth McNally Barshaw

How a few words change everything

It’s funny when a harmless comment someone makes keeps you awake all night – but more importantly it makes you think.

Let me briefly explain, I’ve embarked on a… 353 more words

Writing Woes & Wins

Cover Wars: Airborn by Kenneth Oppel

Yash, enjoy. This week’s cover wars is devoted to the varying covers of Kenneth Oppel’s Airborn. As always, we love hearing your takes on the covers – or on our opinions! 768 more words

The Cover Wars

Cover Wars: Tough Guide to Fantasyland

Welcome to the cover wars, where we judge books by their covers. Usually we consider several different books, offering our opinions on how each book’s cover and blurb appeal (or don’t) to us, and how cover and blurb fit together (or don’t). 1,188 more words

The Cover Wars