YA Indie Carnival: Cover Love

This week’s carnival topic is Cover Love. Can you judge a book by its…you know the old song and dance.

First off, I have a group of three to recommend. These are three awesome covers that turned out to be three awesome reads. I bought them for their covers, but recommend them for the story inside.

Second, are three books whose covers have driven me into a frenzy. I’ve gotta read’em.

Third, is a special sneak peek at the cover for Midnight Child, Book 3 of the Midnight Guardian series which debuts in February.

3 Covers to Love with Stories to Match

Fairy Metal Thunder by J.L. Bryan
It’s the story of Jason who’s crushing on fellow bandmate Erin. Trying to impress her, he steals some magical instruments from the fairy realm. A lovable good guy, unexpected danger, and a concert that brings the house down…literally. Rock on!
Every Last Kiss by Courtney Cole
Long before the indie carnival pulled into town, I came across this book on Amazon. I was entranced by the cover and the story is equally intoxicating. Charmian, the handmaiden and confidant of Cleopatra, must sacrifice everything to set destiny straight just as she has done in every lifetime before and since.
The Reckoning by M. Leighton
This is a chilling and creative story. Carson’s transformation into a reaper and the drama and adventure that unfolds makes this a real page-turner.

Three Covers that Look Awesome…Can Hardly Wait to Read

Callum & Harper by Fisher Amelie releases Christmas Eve The Blue Stocking Girl by Gwenn Wright coming soon Existence by Abbi Glines releases December 13th

And now for the moment you’ve been waiting for…. (yes, I’m going to make you scroll for it)





Midnight Child, Book 3, Midnight Guardian YA Series

5 Responses to YA Indie Carnival: Cover Love

  1. Patti Larsen says:

    Beautiful covers, all–it’s so important to wear our best face and all of these authors did it VERY right! πŸ™‚ Including you πŸ˜‰

  2. Bryna I love the cover for Midnight Child! Haunting….what’s the story behind the cover? And who designed it?

    • I designed the cover with stock photography. The child is supposed to represent Drew Hayes from the series. Little Drew is destined to one day change the world for the good. Keira Ryan is charged to protect him from the inhabitants of a banished world of endless night.

  3. LOVE the cover for Midnight Child Bryna! And I’m flattered one of my books made it into the list.

  4. I’m flattered one of my covers made it on the list as well. Thank you Bryna! Great choices! Congrats on the cover for Book #3!

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