Pretty Covers: Contemporary

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No One Needs to Know By Amanda Grace • Love Letters to the Dead By Ava Dellaira • Love and Other Foreign Words By Erin McCahan

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Everything Leads to You By Nina LaCour • The Museum of Intangible Things By Wendy Wunder • The Secret Diamond Sisters By Michelle Madow

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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before By Jenny Han • We Were Liars By E. Lockhart • Since You’ve Been Gone By Morgan Matson

Looking through the YA releases on 2014, there are so many pretty covers — especially for contemporary books. I really like how different yet similar all the books are; they seem to have pretty font and good use of … people. I really dislike New Adult covers, a lot of them look a little (or a lot) erotic and I wouldn’t want to be seen reading them in public. This year seems to be the year of typography and it seems that fonts like the one used on Love Letters (and Rebel Belle, and even on this blog!) are making its rounds on different book covers and in different variations.

What are some of your favourite covers?

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  1. Pingback: Everything Leads to You by Nina LaCour Book Review and Giveaway | The Reading Date

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