Monday, January 27, 2020

Tuesday Tagline #174

You're lonely when you're dead:

Her kisses were a prelude to death      

  
 Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week a new Top Ten list will be posted. Everyone is welcome to join. Link back so everyone can check out other bloggers' lists. It's a fun way to get to know fellow bloggers.

This week is a book cover freebie. Freebies are always fun, although in this case I wasn't sure how I wanted to do this. I decided to go with water covers. There's something about water, isn't there, on a book cover?  

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The Blue

Into the Water

The Water Cure

The Girl from the Sea

The Underwater Ballroom Society

I Found You

The Deep End (The Country Club Murders #1)

The Honeymooner (Paradise Bay #1)

55 comments:

  1. I feel like I am often drawn to blue covers. I recently colour coded my shelves and found an influx of blue, especially ones with water on them! I think it’s because I buy a lot of my books in the summer, and thus they usually have a summery/beachy theme to them.

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  2. Ooo! "The Deep End" looks fun (*makes note to look this one up*) and "The Honeymooner" could be a fun read (which I am always all about!). Happy Top Ten Tuesday. :)

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  3. Even though they happen so often, I always end up loving the covers with the girls striking dance poses in gowns underwater. They're just so enchanting to me. :D

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  4. My favorite covers are the ones you always find as your opener. Ha! I modified this week's topic, though you can see my favorite books with their covers! My favorite YA Books of the decade with covers.

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  5. True, there is something about water. And blue is my favorite color as well. Nice list.

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  6. Water covers are always pretty. I quite like Into the Water.

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  7. I'm always drawn to covers with water, especially a crystal clear pool. It could be about a serial killer hacking victims to death and it just feels so incredibly calming. Also makes me want a backgarden pool even more.

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  8. Great list! I really like the cover of The Vacationers, and there's something so haunting about the cover of The Water Cure.

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  9. The Vacationers is such a picture perfect view of a well, vacation. I look at that and I want to be on the water there.

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  10. I do like water on book covers-the sea, mountain lakes, winding rivers, waterfalls...maybe a few sharks swimming about!

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  11. So pretty but where is The Shark Club? Doesn't it have water or an I thinking of the wrong cover? I thought for sure I'd see it here :)

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  12. I like water covers a lot as well. Especailly in January when it feels like we'll never see warm weather again. :)

    My TTT .

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  13. Great idea for the theme, Greg. It's amazing how many water covers there are. I especially love Into the Water and The Underwater Ballroom Society😁

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  14. What a fun take on this week's topic! I especially like the covers for The Blue and The Underwater Ballroom Society. Here is my Top Ten Tuesday.

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  15. You're Lonely When You're Dead is a title that made me not even notice the beautiful blue water in the background, Gorgeous Greg.(lol) Hugs and Happy Tuesday!

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  16. anything to do with water gets my attention! they all look good to me
    sherry @ fundinmental

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  17. Water covers can be really neat but when the person is under the water it kinda freaks me out.

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  18. You're Lonely When You're Dead. LOL. I hope not... I love all those old covers you share at the beginning every week.

    I like water on covers, too. I have at least 2 on my list this week -- Ten Tiny Breaths and Left Drowning.

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  19. I love water covers. There's something so tranquil yet sometimes so haunting about them. :)

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  20. Not sure why, but water on a cover always gives me such an eerie, intriguing vibe, even if it ends up being a fluffy read :) love these covers though!

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  21. I like these water covers. The only one I read is 'The underwater ballroom society' which I really dislike, the stories are just so bland. Amazing cover though.

    Have a lovely day.

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  22. Some of these are so captivating. Really like the tones in The Water Cure.

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  23. Any cover that shows water, rain, or lakes catches me.

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  24. Water covers are gorgeous and depending on what the story is about can make everything that much more creepy and chest tightening ♡

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  25. Ahhh, I love these covers!! Now, I want to go swimming. haha!

    Top Ten Tuesday

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  26. It’s surprising how many covers feature water in some form. I’m excited to get to I Found You. I just recently finished The Family Upstairs and it was the perfect reminder of why I love Lisa Jewel so much.

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  27. I knew I would be in for another treat! The first one is so creepy, lol.
    I featured my top ten book covers of the decade: https://wordsandpeace.com/2020/01/28/top-ten-book-covers-of-the-decade/

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  28. omg that first cover is something else.
    I love water covers!!!

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  29. Well, you really are lonely when you are dead

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  30. But do you know you're lonely if you're dead??? Hmmmm lol

    Karen @ For What It's worth

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  31. I love a good water cover! I especially like the one on The Blue, I really need to get to that one!

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  32. Nice choice. All these water covers are great. The Underwater Ballroom Society is especially nice. :)

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  33. I love the Honeymooner. It gives off a great vibe, which I think totally matches the book

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  34. It's interesting how differently water is used on book covers. Could be cozy, calming, threatening, terrifying, etc. Just depends.

    Happy TTT!

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  35. I'm a big fan of summer and swimming, so I like the ones you put up today with the people around the pool.

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  36. Yes, there is something about bodies of water on books, it always comes across as very mysterious.

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  37. I gotta agree with you, there is always something particularly fascinating when it comes to book covers with water as part of the design. My fascination could also be because I LOVE water and my dream is to live in a place surrounded by it! <3

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  38. Fun pick. It's interesting what the cover artists can do with water. All so different, but arresting.

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  39. I do like the mix of water destinations, if you will, on these covers. Water is definitely a cool medium for books!

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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  40. So many gorgeous covers! Into the Water, The Girl From the Sea, and I Found You really catch my eye.

    Ash @ JennReneeRead

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  41. I love swimming Greg but some of your covers were ...threatening! Like Jaws or something like that LOL

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  42. I love your cover theme for this week. Water covers are always favorites of mine. :)

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  43. I knew you'd find great covers! And I think I'm going to start ominously telling people, "You're lonely when you're dead." Ha!

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  44. Of course you went with water covers. Ha! What else would you do? ��

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  45. I love the covers for Into the Water and The Water Cure. Nice theme this week!

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  46. LOVE water covers! I think they're my second favorite, after pretty space covers. These are great choices, too!

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  47. Water can be super soothing or super creepy for me.
    I love watching it but the unknown of what could be/is swimming around beneath me freaks me out.
    Water themed book covers just re-enforce my like/dislike, lol.

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  48. water covers are the best! DID YOU GET INTO THE WATER for free?? They must be running a marketing plan because I've seen it everywhere :) Hope it is goo d:)

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  49. I like your list of water themed books.

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