Cover Reveals!!!

Hello everybody!

Today I'm super excited to be sharing the book covers for Oftomes Publishing's 2016 releases! I know that you're not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but I totally do. I love to have books with beautiful covers that I want to show off on my shelves. Every single one of these covers are beautiful and I can't wait to have them on my shelves. I'll show you a picture of the cover, and you can see the blurb listed on the Oftomes Publishing website.



First, there is Into The Forest by Freedom Matthews. I'm a total sucker for faeries and wings, so I automatically love this cover. The enchanted-looking forest and the girl with the wings just look so cool! The link to the book is here. This book comes out May 2016.


This book is Mist & Whispers by C.M. Lucas, out this April! This book looks like it is going to be full of magic and fantasy, and I cannot wait! More information on this book can be found here.


Here we have the cover for Tears of Time by Joel Lawrence, out in September 2016. I know a lot of people don't like it when book covers are pictures of people, but I really like them, as long as it's done well. I love this cover, the necklace and the girl's face just look so cool! You can read the blurb for this book here.


Here's another case of a beautiful cover with a person on it: Initiate by Laura L. Fox. This book comes out on November 2, 2016. This is a young adult sci-fi novel about a girl in an apocalyptic world full of mystery and deceit. More on this book here.


Finally, we have Inherited by Freedom Matthews, to be released spring of 2016. This faery tale/folklore/romance novel looks so good! Based on the cover, I'm really hoping that this book has to do with pirates. That would be really awesome!! More info here.

Which cover is your favorite?
Which book are you looking forward to most?

xx
Heidi







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