Do judge a book by it’s cover

Because you can afford to be a bit superficial when the covers are as pretty as these are.

These are the books that I sometimes pull off my shelves just to gaze adoringly at them. And to model for lots of Instagram posts. Ideally when I have my own house with miles of books shelves I’ll be able to arrange these facing out to properly show them off. For now I will content myself with a post of my top ten. (Yes, Atonement is on this list twice because yes, I do own two copies of the same book but look at them – how could I ever choose between them?)

1. I WAS TOLD THERE’D BE CAKE by SLOANE CROSLEYUntitled

2. ATONEMENT by IAN McEWAN (Film Edition)IMG_8395

3. PENGUIN POPULAR CLASSICSIMG_8394

4. LOOKING FOR ALASKA by JOHN GREENLooking for Alaska

5. VALLEY OF THE DOLLS by JACQUELINE SUSANIMG_8392

6. 1984 by GEORGE ORWELL1984

7. ATONEMENT by IAN McEWAN (War Edition)IMG_6906

8. JANE AUSTEN (Folio Society Editions)Pride and Prejudice

9. THE ILLUSTRATED MUM by JACQUELINE WILSONThe Illustrated Mum

10. THE LORD OF THE RINGS by JRR TOLKEINIMG_8062

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14 thoughts on “Do judge a book by it’s cover

    1. The Jane Austen’s were a birthday present and it’s probably the best present I’ve ever received.

      And wow you’re mean! Could you not have picked an easier letter?

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    1. Thanks 🙂 I’m glad you like the pictures. I always used to be horrendous at taking photos – they’d have my finger in them or be completely wonky – but Instagram style photo taking is actually much easier for me!

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