Sunday Swoons | Couples on Covers & Dancing in Love11:08 PM
Heyyy. This is a double post since Briana was awesome and was chill with me taking a weekend off because of me being overwhelmed with school (I'm a freshmen in college if you didn't know).
Originally, I was just going to skip last week's topic. However I thought about it and decided that I would have time to write a little bit about it and today's topic. It's late, but I say better late than never.
For a specific list of rules, you can visit my Sunday Swoons page. But the basics are-- please give credit to me for the link-up picture, link back to us either through me or Briana, and have fun. :)
(no pretty titles because my editing program isn't working right. boo.)
Okay, okay, back to the subject.
I just feel that, as a whole, the "couple covers" division of YA fiction (and all other fiction) is completely tired and over-done. We need fresh perspective! New ways of looking at old things. Everything else has changed so much...why not this?
Are there specific things about couple-y covers that you just can't stand? What are some couple covers that you think were done exceptionally well?
Note: While you can't link up with this topic since it's passed already, you're welcome to write about it and comment your link below. It's kind of my fault you didn't get to explore this topic via my blog, so if you want, go right ahead! I'll make sure to check it out and comment and maybe even spotlight some of you. :)
This week's topic: DANCING IN LOVE | describing fictional couples (or either significant other) with songs