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The Con Artist - Kindle edition by Kitty Thomas. Literature & Fiction Kindle eBooks @


You Shouldn't Judge A Book By Its Cover...Unless You're Looking At One Of These

Elaborate book covers have been Aniko Kolesnikova’s passion since 2009. The Latvian designer-artist, working under the name Mandarin Duck, specializes in creating dragon-, animal-, bird-, fantasy-, and nature-inspired polymer journals. She occasionally takes custom orders, too.

The Animal Kingdom - written by George S. Fichter, illustrated by Charley Harper (1968).

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The 17 Best YA Books Of 2014

The One, Kiera Cass | The 17 Best YA Books Of 2014 The third book of the Hunger Games-meets-The Bachelor-type series, The One follows a girl named America Singer and her quest to find love and fix a nation. She’s stuck in a love triangle and must choose between a prince and a childhood romance, all while facing the realities of war. While the plot could have been more developed, it’s still an easy and addicting read.

serinmatheson: dragormir: serinmatheson: I was going with a journal Miles gave Charlie in Chessboard, in hopes that writing out her hallucinations would help them.  (Hint: It didn’t) But I’m always happy to put more things in teh magic verse.  So it can double as Maggie’s childhood grimore. Both are good. *nods* How badly did the journaling thing go for Charlie? Oh, it’s not that it went badly.  Some of the stores are very charming.  But Miles was hoping if she got it out on paper the…

steroge: Don Ivan Punchatz, cover art for Great Science Fiction by Scientists (Collier Books, 1962)

Margaret Armstrong is the artist of this Henry Van Dyke book cover...beautiful!

Make your cover have a 3d effect. This treatment can be replicated for a yearbook cover in photoshop. Book cover design on Behance

An amazing retelling of the classic! If you love the Little Mermaid you will love this book. Thank you Carolyn for writing it.

World War II Historical Fiction. The Dressmaker's War by Mary Chamberlain.