So, for today’s topic, here is my top 5 title font on book covers.
Book covers are one of the basis for a reader’s first impression. If the book has an interesting cover, then, it has a greater possibility of getting picked up in the bookstore.
This topic has been tough, since, there are tons and tons of books to choose from. so without further adieu, here are my picks.
5 Anna and the French Kiss Series
The books of Stephanie Perkins are just adorable. With the picture of the view of the Eiffel Tower, the Golden Gate Bridge and the Empire State Building, together with its vibrant colors, these books are truly the eye candies of the bookshelf.
4 To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before Series
The handwritten font make these cute yet simple. Who wouldn’t fall in love with the cover of these books?
3 Everything Everything
Doesn’t this one looked like it came from an adult coloring book? (smiles)
2 Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children Series
Creepy yet not creepy. This book gives the impression of creepiness because of it’s covers. The handwritten font and the photographs. Who wouldn’t get creeped out by them?
1 The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender
One of the reasons why I gained interest on this book is because of its unique cover. I stumbled upon it when I was visiting our local bookstore and saw its magnificent color scheme. It is blue with the hint of gold. Yes, you heard me right. The tips of the feather is embossed with gold, making the cover more stunning and elegant.
So there you have it. My Top 5 for this week’s theme.