Top Ten Tuesday: Covers/Titles with Things Found in Nature

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl. Check out upcoming Top Ten themes on Jana’s blog and go here to see what others have on their Top Ten Tuesday lists!

Golly, it’s been a hot minute since I did a Top Ten Tuesday! Life has been a bit hectic, but my proofreading business has been thriving, so that’s a good thing.

This week’s TTT topic: Covers/Titles with Things Found in Nature. Trees, sky, bodies of water, flowers, plants, animals – anything you’d normally see in nature counts. So that’s what I’ve got today!

Cajun Crow and the Mockingbird – Jimmie Martinez
Pathway to Lavender Valley – Tammy L. Grace
Ruby Falls – Deborah Goodrich Royce
The Orchid Hour – Nancy Bilyeau
They Say He Flies at Night – Amy Matayo

Ellie Dwyer’s Great Escape – Diane Winger
Rosemary and Rue – Seanan McGuire
Stutter Creek – Ann Swann
The Seamstress of Acadie – Laura Frantz
When the Jessamine Grows – Donna Everhart

Bonus tidbit: I’ve actually been to Ruby Falls, in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It’s pretty amazing. If you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend it.

Have you read any of these books? Are they on your TBR? Do you think you might like to read them?

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11 Responses to Top Ten Tuesday: Covers/Titles with Things Found in Nature

  1. Lydia says:

    Welcome back to Top Ten Tuesday. These are all nice covers.

    Here is my Top Ten Tuesday post.

  2. Astilbe says:

    I like seeing full moons on book covers.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday.

  3. These are great covers! I would love to see a lavender field like the one featured on that Tammy Grace cover. So pretty!

    Here’s my TTT this week:

  4. Carla says:

    These are all eye catching covers. I have also been to Ruby Falls and I totally agree.

  5. Rissi JC says:

    I’ve read some of Amy’s books (they’re quite good as I remember) and have heard amazing things about this novel by Laura Frantz. I didn’t read this one by her, but have read one of her older titles that I did enjoy, so this may be one I should add to the TBR, too. 🙂 Thanks so much for visiting my website today!

  6. Very pretty covers! I especially like the one for THE SEAMSTRESS OF ARCADIE. It’s gorgeous.

    Happy TTT!


  7. The Seamstress of Acadie is such a great story. I really enjoyed it. These covers are all great! 😍

  8. What beautiful, nature-full covers. Thanks for sharing.

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