Saturday, October 17, 2015

Readathon Mini Challenge: Cover Escape!

I'm so thrilled to be hosting a Readathon mini challenge this morning!

Bet it's not 40 degrees here!
It's a brisk 40-something degrees outside, and we're supposed to go camping tonight.

And while I do love some nature and all that, this endeavor is more my wife's speed than mine. I couldn't help but indulge in a little daydreaming as I cast my eye over my books, which gave me the idea for this challenge!

The Challenge

Dig through your shelves and share with us a book cover you'd like to escape into! Doesn't matter if the subject, plot, or genre isn't typically your thing; in this case, we're totally judging the book by its cover!

Leave a link to your Cover Escape (posted to your blog, Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram) so we can all oooh-and-aaah over your selection. 

The Prize

I'm thrilled to offer a book of choice from the Book Depository (up to $15) to one lucky participant, chosen randomly. This is open to any readathon-er that Book Depository delivers to and will end at 9am Eastern Sunday.

Share your Cover Escape!


  1. I submitted a link that isnt really a link, aka wrong link by mistake can it be removed?

    1. Johnny -- I should be able to -- what # is the link? Feel free to resubmit with the correct link!

  2. Thank you for hosting, I love these fun and simple mini-challenges that give us a glimpse into our fellow readers' minds!

  3. What a great challenge! Thank you for hosting.

    I shared a post to an Instagram image I shared six days ago. Obviously I didn't know this challenge was happening back then, but it's one I hope to read today AND has a cover I'd love to escape into. Feel free to remove me from the drawing if this doesn't count. :)

  4. Thanks for hosting! Mini challenges are super motivating :D

  5. So fun! Love seeing all the covers people are posting. Thanks for hosting!

  6. That was fun :) Not entering but it was a good excuse to go through my shelves LOL :)

  7. I like the cover you chose, looks like a nice place to visit.

  8. I wasn't able to participate in the Readathon this time around, but I have been following some of the challenge entries. This one is so much fun! And your choice is great, reminds me of the cover of The Rocks (by Peter Nichols). I loved both books. Ex-pats in the Mediterranean, but the ones in The Rocks are fictional.

  9. I love this idea, Audra! Sorry I didn't see it in time, but I also wasn't able to participate in the Readathon either! Though in reality I must have my sleep! :)