24 October 2010

Cover Wonderment: Roses



Isn't this cover pretty? It features 3 of my favorite things: pink roses, a blue background, and the word "serendipity". In the story she makes scents and soaps with a special rose recipe. I heart anything rose scented.

Serendipity by Cathy Marie Hake

Have any covers captured you lately?

34 comments :

  1. It is a pretty cover. I wanted to thank you for your sweet note. Little Owen came from the pound, he was released my the owner who took in foster children, a 14 year old boy in her home , abused him and caused him to lose one of his eyes...It was the best thing to ever happen to him! Because he only had one eye, he was not adopted so fast and waited on my mom to come and find him...smiles, he hit the lottery that day!

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  2. Very Pretty...I must say the CF market is getting better at making the eye popping covers..:D

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  3. Room: Oh my goodness! What a story. Thank you for sharing it with me. Thank God your mom found him. They both sound blessed by having been brought together :)

    Tina: SO so so true! And I'm LOVING it ;)

    Cherry: Yeah :)

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  4. You always find the coolest books with these covers that make me want to read them this instant! Great pick!

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  5. This looks really good but lately I haven't been into this author's books much, hopefully that changes with this. :-)

    XOXO~ Renee

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  6. I love the colours on this cover - I have the most intense cover lust ever haha :)

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  7. I like this cover too!

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  8. yes, very pretty. i love the colors they used :)

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  9. Cute cover, I love blue backgrounds on book covers too :)

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  10. Nice cover! I think "serendipity" is a fabulous word, too.

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  11. It is a really pretty cover, so colourful and sweet.

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  12. I am the worst when it comes to buying a book by its cover...the cover always sells me.

    Love your blog!

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  13. I love that cover combination: it definitely pops off the shelf. I need to go cover hunting at a bookstore soon!

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  14. Ooo I've always wanted to make my own soaps and stuff like that.

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  15. I saw you over at Kelli's (I'd Rather Be Reading) site and thought I'd stop by to say hello. Nice to meet you though I think we have met before (through the Hop?), I've enjoyed my visit.

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  16. Petty: Hey Petty! We've met before through Satisfaction for the Insatiable Reader I think ;) Thanks for passing by!

    Jenny: Me too :)

    Meredith: Ooo cover hunting is such fun!

    Koralee: Why thank you! And thank you for passing by :-)

    Vv: Amen gf! :)

    Kelli: You are soooo sweet. That totally made my day yesterday :)

    Melissa: I definitely suffer from cover lust too :)

    Renee: Really? Did a particular one turn you off? :)

    Kim: Thanks sweet pea :)

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  17. There is a movie also by this name - but I don't think it's the same. It is a wonderful cover though.

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  18. Oh, this is so so pretty! I'm a huge "seredipity" fan, just the word sounds relaxing. Oh, and I loved the movie too.

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  19. Lovely cover! Match that with the title and yep...definitely a win in the cover art department. ^_^

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  20. Definitely sounds like a different book. And who doesn't love rose scented things! :)

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  21. Aths: Yes! I remember that movie. LOVE me some John Cusack :)

    1st daughter: It does and so deliciously whimsical and full of possibility :)

    Sandy: Amen gf!

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