The Top 10 Coolest Indie Book Covers I’ve Seen

I think it’s nice to celebrate the fun things in life. Today I’m going to list the Top 10 Coolest Book Covers I’ve Ever Seen (Indie edition, of course. I’m all about the indie author!) I hope you enjoy the gallery and please pick up a copy if you find that one looks interesting to you. ❀ Keep in mind this is all subjective, so you may not agree with my choices, but I hope you like them in any event!

The first one here is Taint. Pink flamingos were pretty popular a few years back when this story was published, but I think the design still stands out from the crowd of book covers. It’s light and fun, yet the title sounds serious and dark. I couldn’t not buy this book!

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A Farewell To Demons is another cool book cover that mixes darkness with light. I love the pink background and the personalized artwork. It’s a very personal story written by an amazing author. Definitely a book I’d love to buy in print to display it on a shelf.

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Human Alien is an amazingly creative story with an equally intriguing cover. It represents four of the character’s stages in the book. It would also make a stunning addition to any coffee table (that would inspire the viewer to read it).

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Blackbird: Sonnets is a pretty little book of poems. There’s something about birds on book covers that draws the eye in. The colour scheme is clever in my opinion – it hints at depth and perhaps some bleakness within the pages. It’s a very poetic face.

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She Named Me Wolf has such a spellbinding cover. The artwork and colouring reminds me a lot of the band called ‘The Birthday Massacre’. It’s very fantasy-ish with a paranormal edge. Love it!

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Nectar has such a refreshing, summery mood to it. I knew it was going to be a delicious poetry book just from the cover alone.

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This is such a stunning cover that clearly shows this is a fantasy novel. Red and white makes a powerful combo here to hint at how strong the characters are within the story as well. Book #1 is also stunning, but Kingdom of Glas Book 2 wins because of the lion emblem!

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The summery, dreamy California type of mood is a lovely backdrop to the book cover’s model, who represents the main character in the story. Simply lovely! Love & War’s book cover hints at the setting and vibe of the story.

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A World Without Colour is such a personal, emotional book cover. I like how it’s absent of colour just as the title describes and it shows the deep bond between a cat and his owner. Any pet lover will be drawn in to this story by the cover alone.

Broken Promise’s cover also reminds me a little of the ‘The Birthday Massacre”‘s band art, but with the author’s unique creativity. The title font is breathtaking and gives it a fairytale-ish edge. The young woman’s gown is beautiful and the moonlit woods hint at something sinister ahead. A well done cover that will entice many readers to experience the story within. ❀

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I hope you enjoyed this little book cover tour. If you’re able to, please support these authors by buying their books. Thank you so much for visiting my blog today. I’m very happy to have you. ❀

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