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A Picture’s Worth: Shattered Homes & Shattered Worlds

Words have always carried more weight with me than images – give me a book over its movie any day – but I do love to see the beautiful images other people create when they’re in love with a book. That’s not my strength, but I can certainly appreciate it in others! So here’s a few of my faves based on what I’ve been reading recently.


The Seventh Sun

I was SO EXCITED to get this ARC, and the book didn’t disappoint, either! Check out the review and then drool over the gorgeous photos people made with the striking and dramatic cover art. I’m sure after the official publication there will be so much gorgeous fan art and other creativity around the lush Mayan world Lani Forbes created. Expected publication is February 18, 2020, and I promise you should be counting down the days.

I’m a crazy fan of Blackstone Publishing, and their photographer for their social is fantastic.

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How much of this might be used in one of the sacrifices?

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Every Other Weekend

This was another book I had been counting down to! And then after posting that, I got an ARC (not related to the post, just good timing), so I didn’t have to wait too long with my excitement for it! This contemporary YA about families in turmoil and the kids caught in the middle delivered all that I wanted. Expected publication is January 7, 2020 – not too far now!

Clever mimicking of the silhouetted characters on the cover!

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And some scattered items from other fandoms in the background. ^.^

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And so…

Since these are both still pre-publication, the options are somewhat limited. I seriously cannot wait to see what people do with that The Seventh Sun cover, though. It’s vibrant and sharp, much like the story. I still want to see Every Other Weekend as a graphic novel, too; the art style for the cover would suit it sooo well!

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