It’s Tuesday again, which means the time for list making is nigh. This week the ladies of The Broke and the Bookish have asked us this week to list out ten book covers with art lovely enough to hang on our walls. I rarely notice cover art as I do the vast majority of my reading on digital devices, and I’m not what you’d consider artistic by any stretch of the imagination. However. I like pretty things, so I’m going to make a list!
1. Winter Garden by Kristin Hannah: I think this would look pretty in my dining room.
3. Have I mentioned that in addition to my obsession with penguins, I also collect teapots? I do. And that is part of the reason why I love the cover of Carol Rifka Brunt’s Tell the Wolves I’m Home so very much! (review)
4. Other things I love? Flowers, obviously. I also get a kick out of it when hummingbirds decide to grace my garden with their presence. They’re so cool! That said, I think that the cover art of Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman is perfection. (review)
10. Last but not least, let’s talk about museum style art. There’s no way Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring would wind up on my wall (unless I pull a Goldfinch, but more about that later this week.) I could, however, put a print of Tracy Chevalier’s book cover on my wall and accomplish a similar effect.
Alright folks. Home decor a la Katie. Do you have any favorite cover art?
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