Inspired by Kara-Karina‘s cover feature in which she hunts out covers with redheads, I’m rounding up all those covers that match my blog’s colour scheme. First up is (nearly) everything on my Goodreads shelves, many I have read already but others are long forgotten. Beware, there are quite a few!
Man in snow:
Who needs colour?
Who needs pictures?
Trees aren’t green:
Stand out from the crowd:
Penguin Modern Classics:
More black and white photography:
Ready for your close-up?
Good to see the back of you:
Apologies for lack of links. This turned into a very time consuming post. You can however view these covers and more on Pinterest which will also include the Goodreads links. You can also use the search box at the top of this blog to look for my reviews. If you follow the Pinterest board you will also get to see me pinning all the red, black and white between posts!
Future editions will see a mix of new releases, golden oldies, more grabby hands of want and even a few disasters when I find them.
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