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Top 5 Tuesday: Top 5 book spines

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! I’m so happy to be back, doing my normal Top 5 Tuesday post. Since I’m not the biggest Harry Potter fan, I skipped last month but in March, guess who’s back? It’s me and I’m here!!!!!! Let’s just get into it before I burst from excitement. Lol

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This weeks prompt is book spines. While I’m not a bookstagramer, I’m going to try and take some fun pictures. We’ll see if you guys end up liking them. Looking at my shelves, I have a handful of good options so let’s get into it!


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5. Mammoth by Jill Baguchinsky

This is one of my favorites spines to look at on my shelf. It’s just so bright and colorful plus it’s rare that spines are pink. I think it adds such a nice pop of color plus it has a mammoth bone in the shape of a heart. Since I’m currently reading this, I think the heart is a great choice for it. Plus I used a dog bone as a prop so I commend myself 😛

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4. A Princess In Theory by Alyssa Cole

This is another book with a picture on this spine. This time, it’s the picture from the cover and I just love this cover so much. No way I couldn’t include this one in a post with my favorite spines. I decided to pair it up with my Tiana Funko pop since I think they have a few connections. Overall, it’s a pretty plain spine but the picture makes this one for me.

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3. Maurene Goo’s books

I only own two of Maurene Goo’s books and I love both the spines. I love the one for I Believe In A Thing Called Love because I love that floral print. It’s just so pretty to look at and it immediately catches your eye. While I didn’t love the book as much, this does have an amazing spine.

The other book of hers I own is The Way  You Make Me Feel. This is another one with a pink spine and one where there’s a picture on the spine. I think this is a really cool one because it has the ombre effect. Maurene Goo has hands-down some of the best book spines!

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2. If You Come Softly by Jacqueline Woodson

Let’s pretend like the lighting in this photo isn’t terrible. For some reason, this one took me the longest to get a picture of. Maybe it’s because I didn’t have any props for it but this was my favorite book of last year. The cover features the couple laying on the ground in a pile of leaves and the leaves continue onto the spine. I love the fall look of the spine and the more muted tones. Plus it’s a great book so!

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1. All of Emma Mills’ books

I know everyone is shocked by this one. I love the cover of her books and also the spines since the picture continues onto the spine. I feel like I don’t really need to explain myself with this one. We all know I’m #trash for Emma Mills and her book so moving on! Lol


Maybe not the best photos I’ve ever taken but those are 5 of my favorite spines. I think this was a really fun prompt and it really got me out of my comfort zone. Hopefully, we don’t have to take pictures anytime soon though because I am not a professional!

Which book spines are some of your favorites? 🙂 

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