Judging by the Cover Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by Hello Beautiful Book Blog.
Anyone can play along, just do the following:
- Search the web for the cutest cover you come across, ideally an unreleased book
- Don’t read the synopsis
- Try to guess what the book is about
- Read the synopsis and see how close you came
- Make sure to link Hello Beautiful Book Blog as your host! ♥
Post in the comments the link to your own Judging by the Cover Tuesday post or share your cover in the comments below if you do not have a blog. Thanks! 🙂
♥♥♥Judging by the Cover Tuesday, where I score the web for the cutest cover I can find and try to guess what the story is going to be about before reading the blurb. All books are only judged by the cover and are not yet released.♥♥♥
Y’all know the drill by now. Except this week will just be one! I didn’t have as much time to look for covers, but I did find a really nice one!
First Impressions: I just think this cover is quite lovely. The colors, the font, the little doodles, everything does it for me. I really have no idea what this is about. Hopefully Happy Mothers. I’ll give it a guess anyway. I picture this book as a contemporary fiction following a few different POVs. The book follows the main characters lives as the navigate life and love and motherhood.
Sounded good right? haha Let’s have a look-see…
A House for Happy Mothers by Amulya Malladi
Release date: June 1, 2016
In trendy Silicon Valley, Priya has everything she needs—a loving husband, a career, and a home—but the one thing she wants most is the child she’s unable to have. In a Southern Indian village, Asha doesn’t have much—raising two children in a tiny hut, she and her husband can barely keep a tin roof over their heads—but she wants a better education for her gifted son. Pressured by her family, Asha reluctantly checks into the Happy Mothers House: a baby farm where she can rent her only asset—her womb—to a childless couple overseas. To the dismay of friends and family, Priya places her faith in a woman she’s never met to make her dreams of motherhood come true.
Together, the two women discover the best and the worst that India’s rising surrogacy industry has to offer, bridging continents and cultures to bring a new life into the world—and renewed hope to each other.
Wow, this is really profound and just sounds amazing. There’s no way I could’ve made that description better than it already is.
For me – 2/5 hearts ♥ ♥
Also, this is a Kindle First book, y’all. If you’re a prime member you can get it for free and read it early.
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Also, this one caught my eye. Daemon and Kat? What are you doing here? lol