2014 YA Paranormal Best Book Covers

January 24, 2015 | 1 Comment

Please vote for your favorite Young Adult Paranormal Book Cover using the poll at the bottom of this post. Voting Guidelines & Details here. ONE vote per person, please.

Feel free to leave comments about what you liked about any of the covers, or even what didn’t quite appeal to you. (Just be polite.) Also, if you know who the cover designers are, please send me an email so I can give them credit.

Voting Deadline: Midnight (MST), Tuesday, January 27, 2014

Remember: You are voting for the BEST COVER, not the best story, nor your favorite author or publisher.


 Bound in Blue (Sword of Elements) by Heather Hamilton-Senter
Cover Designer: BookCoverArtistry.com
Publisher: Two Paths Publishing


 Contact  by Laurisa White Reyes
Cover Designer: __________
Publisher: Hallowed Ink Press


 The Glass Magician (Paper Magician) by Charlie N. Holmberg
Cover Designer: beckerandmayer!
Publisher: 47North


 Illusions of Fate by Kiersten White
Cover Designer: __________
Publisher: HarperTeen (Harper Collins)


New Sight by Jo Schneider
Cover Designer: __________
Publisher: Jolly Fish Press


Sleep of Death (Charlotte Westing) by Aprilynne Pike
Cover Designer: Saundra Mitchell
Publisher: Imaginary Properties LLC


One response to “2014 YA Paranormal Best Book Covers

  1. Nate srok

    I chose the glass magician because it stood out as something different. Most of the other books were too similar to be differentiated. The only other exception was New Sight. The pixelated image was just clear enough to warrant an extra look. The staged shots of the young heroine surrounded by symbolism seem overly busy and contrived when compared to the 2 mentioned above. Then again I am a 34 yo non LDS male who does not read fiction often. I may not be the target demographic.

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