Top Ten Tuesday: Cover Redesigns I Loved or Hated

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Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is:

Cover Redesigns I Loved or Hated

Loved

Penny Reid’s Knitting in the City Series:









I don’t like how everyone is changing to cartoon covers, but I do feel these ones represent the series and books better.

I Like Both

Elle Kennedy’s Off-Campus Series




I like the original abs cover, but the new ones are cute too!

Claire Contreras’s Darkness Series

The new cover is okay, but I definitely prefer the original with the girl on the cover.

Hated

I Can Be A Better You / Bad Mommy

I get the title change, but I really liked the old cover and title.

Staci Hart’s Tonic Series


Staci Hart’s




I like the real people covers so much more.

33 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Cover Redesigns I Loved or Hated

    • I’m sorry you feel that way. I like them. I think it’s because they are usually used on sports romances and it’s an easy way to recognize them.

      • True, it does make them easy to recognize. Since these aren’t the types of books I read, I guess it makes it easier for me to avoid them! Matter of taste. Glad you like them. I know lots of people do.

  1. I adored the original cover for the Off-Campus series, but the redisgns surprised me as well. I was not expecting to like them as much, but they are cute.

  2. Wow, you’re right — a lot of those went for more cartoonish covers! I’ll admit, though, I like that style. But it has to fit the content. With the cartoonish style I expect a more meet-cute type of romance, while the abs or open shirts make me think more of bodice-rippers.

    • The fitting the content is exactly right! Helena Hunting did Meet Cute cartoon and it wasn’t a cutsie story at all. It really through me off.

  3. I am so in love with the illustrated covers. I never saw those alternate covers for the Off Campus books, but I think I like the naked torsos better. ๐Ÿ˜‚ Reid always does great covers. She is so talented.

  4. I feel like everyone is jumping on the cartoonish illustration bandwagon and the covers are starting to blend together. That said, I liked the old Knitting in the City covers but I think the new ones are super cute.

  5. What a fun topic! I actually usually prefer the cartoon covers, but not for the Staci Hart books. I actually really like the newer Off-Campus series covers. However, I have not read any of these although they are all on my TBR pile. Where should I start?

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