Spooktober: Spring Covers

Hi everyone,

Day 5 of Spooktober may seem a little weird for many of my readers – and that’s because I’m talking about Spring! Here in Australia we don’t get spooky, moody Autumn weather around Halloween. Instead, we are graced with rapidly alternating weather (literally 9 degrees in Melbourne when I left for work, and over 30 by the time I finished….) and the growth of new plants! So for all my Southern Hemisphere readers, here’s a post for you, with some of my favourite Spring-like covers! For me, Spring represents freshness and growth and lightness. And flowers! So hopefully these beautiful covers capture that idea…


This Time Will Be Different – Misa Sugiura

Don’t Date Rosa Santos – Nina Moreno

100 Days of Sunlight – Abbie Emmons

I Wanna Be Where You Are – Kristina Forest

By Any Means Necessary – Candice Montgomery

All the Bad Apples – Moira Fowley-Doyle

A Thousand Years to Wait – L.Ryan Storms

The Meaning of Birds – Jaye Robin Brown

The Ten Thousand Doors of January – Alex E. Harro

Queen of the Conquered – Kacen Callender

Tell Me How You Really Feel – Aminah Mae Safi

Going off Script – Jen Wilde

2020 releases

The Seep – Chana Porter

Felix Ever After – Kacen Callender

Harley in the Sky – Akemi Dawn Bowman

The Merices – Kiran Millwood Hargrave

The Language of Cherries – Jen Marie Hawkins

The Midnight Lie – Marie Rutkoski


Now, rather embarassingly, I have read not a single one of these Spring cover books…I guess that explains why my bookshelves are so moody and dark. If you’ve read any of these, let me know which one I should first, and why, in the comments below! Happy Springtime!

Paws out,
Rach + Draco