Happy Sunday Bibliofriends!
Trying to get my blogging groove back and what better way than with a brand new theme of Six for Sunday! Seriously, my ideas for blog posts has gone way down the toilet (ahem) these past few months; if anyone has any inspirational ideas for posts/tags/listicles then send ’em my way – I’d be so grateful! ☺️
For those who don’t already know, Six for Sunday is weekly meme hosted by Steph over at A Little But A Lot. July’s theme is ‘Sounds of Summer’ which I am living for at the minute – bring it on!
- You and Me on Vacation by Emily Henry
I loved Emily Henry’s debut Beach Read and the stunning pastel colours of this cover make me desperate to be back in a tropical paradise somewhere.
- She Who Became the Sun by Shelley Parker-Chan
The sunburst yellows of this cover immediately make me think of that blazing ball up there in the sky which gives us those amazing summer sunsets. This book is one of my NetGalley arcs and one I’m hoping may be featured in a book subscription box very soon! 👀
- Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim
Another one lucky enough to be on my NetGalley Arc list! This whole pastel-loveliness of this cover just makes me think about all of the summery/floral clothes that I pull out of my wardrobe at this time of year rather than the darker colours of winter fashions.
- The Sunshine and Biscotti Club by Jenny Oliver
Blue skies, sunflowers and lemons – what’s more summery than that?
- The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren
This book is on my ‘to buy’ pile but that cover just gives me all of those tropical summer vibes!
- Nocturnal by Maya Motayne [Fairyloot Edition]
The gorgeous blue tiling and mosaic effect on this cover make me think of swimming pool floors or those fabulous tiled floors you find on old city houses when you go away somewhere exotic.
What are your favourite summer-y colours on books?
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