Top Ten Tuesday: Typographic Book Covers

Hello everyone and happy TTT!

This week’s topic is books whose covers are mainly filled with words or books with pretty typography on the cover. A couple of the books I chose do have illustrations on the cover; however, they’re pretty simple to the point where the main focus is the title. So, without further ado, here are the books I chose for this week’s prompt!

Jana from That Artsy Reader Girl hosts Top Ten Tuesdays every week, so go check out her blog (where you’ll also find more bloggers who participated in that week’s round of Top Ten Tuesday)! Today’s prompt is brought to us courtesy of Mareli @ Elza Reads.

List of books that are included: Blackout by Dhonielle Clayton, Tiffany D. Jackson, Nic Stone, Angie Thomas, Ashley Woodfolk, and Nicole Yoon; The Princess Saves Herself In This One by Amanda Lovelace; How To Survive Today by Tonya Ingram; There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyonce by Morgan Parker; Not That Bad by Roxanne Gay; Information And The Modern Corporation by James Cortada; The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins; Blackballed: The Black Vote And US Democracy by Darryl Pinckney; Inclusify by Stefanie Johnson; and Tribe: On Homecoming And Belonging by Sebastian Junger

Thanks for stopping by for Top Ten Tuesday, and let me know your thoughts on this week’s topic, or on any of the books I included here.

On that note, I will see you in the next post!

-Erin (:


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Hello! I love writing about a variety of topics, such as books and music, and have my own blog, I also do freelance work, which you can see more of on my portfolio website,

10 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Typographic Book Covers

    1. Tribe’s typography is really cool, it looks pretty simple at first, but the more you look at it, the more details start to stand out. I’ll go ahead and check out your post (:


    1. Yeah, I’ve only read 1/2 of them, but I’m hoping to get to the other 1/2 soon haha
      And thank you, I’ll be sure to check out your post! Hope you’ve been having a great weekend (:


    1. I know what you mean, Blackout is great because it has cool typography that stands out, but also simple illustrations to make the cover more interesting.

      Happy TTT to you too! (although on a Sunday 🤣)


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