Fae Friday: My Favorite Spring Book Cover

Happy Friday lovely readers! It’s been a while since I’ve participated in Fae Friday. My life has been weird lately. I mean, ALL of our lives have been weird lately. The big upside to my situation is that I at least live in a country where spring means warmer weather! And spring is what this Fae Friday prompt is all about.

As you all know, Fae Friday is a weekly tag created by Caffeinated Fae. Please shoot her a message if you know more prompts! I do not, because I’m about as creative as a walnut… Anyway, it’s spring time now for most of us (sorry south-of-the-equator-people), so it’s time to let those nature fairies come out and play! The prompt this week is: what is your favorite book cover that features flowers or nature?

spring cover: the reluctant queen

My favorite spring like cover is The Reluctant Queen (Forgive me for the horrible picture quality. Finding good quality pictures is hard). Weirdly enough, it’s one of the only books I own that features nature. I checked my shelves and nearly all the books I own have fairly simple covers. I love this cover because it’s also very fitting to the story. In this entire world, people live in trees. It’s all very whimsical, even though the story tends to get a little dark at times. Especially the previous book had a LOT of death. Anyway, it’s easy to imagine cute little fairies living in trees, right?

And that’s it for this short and sweet Fae Friday! Do you have a favorite cover featuring flowers or nature?

You can find more of my Fae Friday posts here!

Cover image by Maverick Ocean via Unsplash

4 Comments

    • simonevanheijst
      Author
      April 24, 2020 / 12:27 pm

      All the covers in this series are so beautiful! The other two perfectly represent fall and winter

    • simonevanheijst
      Author
      April 24, 2020 / 6:33 pm

      It’s so pretty! I admittedly haven’t read this book quite yet, but the first one, The Queen of Blood, was really enjoyable!

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