It’s time now to announce our last weekly winner of the 2021 M.L.S. Weech Weekly Book Covers. With this winner, we’ll have four nominees for the March poll. Once that’s decided, we’ll put all 12 winners in one, winner-take-all, poll.
The Week 3 Winner of the 2021 M.L.S. Weech March Book Cover of the Month is …
Grey Mother Mountain by Elyse Russell had beautiful blending and awesome texture. I’m excited to see it in March’s poll. It joins House of Sky and Breath, Lost in the Waking Well, and The Starless Crown in the March bracket.
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We’re just about ready to start looking for the 2021 M.L.S. Weech Book Cover of the Year, but to do that, we need one more weekly winner and then one more monthly winner.
As I said, I certainly won’t do a 2022 Book Cover of the Year. The project isn’t generating a level of interest that makes the time and energy investment worth it, but I’m going to try a few other things on YouTube. If you have any ideas, please feel free to let me know.
For now, let’s name the winner fro Week three of the 2021 M.L.S. Weech Book Cover of the Month of March.
House of Sky and Breath by Sarah J. Maas was honestly such a beautiful cover. It had great art. The detail was fantastic. It joins Lost in the Waking Well and the Starless Crown in the 2021 M.L.S Weech Book Cover of the Month of March poll, so you only need one more cover.
We’re now just two weeks away from having our final Book Cover of the Month Contest. We’re going to name February’s winner as well as the Week 2 winner for March.
So let’s get to it.
The 2021 M.L.S. Weech February Book Cover of the Month is …
Outcast by Louise Carey. Honestly, this was a very competitive month, and all four covers deserve a ton of credit. But, there has to be a winner. Outcast is our eleventh entry into the Book Cover of the Year bracket, where it will face ten even better covers.
The Week 2 winner for the 2021 M.L.S. Weech March Book Cover of the Month is …
We’re a few weeks out from the book cover of the year poll, which is exciting. This means we ned to name the winner for Week 1.
The Week 1 winner for the 2021 March M.L.S. Weech Book Cover of the Month is …
The Starless Crown by James Rollins is just a beautiful cover. The color is great. The composition is fascinating. I honestly wouldn’t change a thing about it. It’s a fitting first entrant into the March competition.
We have our fourth and final weekly nomination, so we can begin the February Book Cover of the Month!
The Week 4 winner of the 2021 M.L.S. Weech February Book Cover of the Month is …
The Light We Lost by Kyla Stone had great color and a pretty solid landscape for those characters to walk through. The dog earns bonus points.
This book joins Outcast, Atomic Ballerina, and Rising Shadows to round out the four for this month, which you can vote from right here.
You can vote for the first week of March (the last month of the year) right here.
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Hey all, another week, another book cover! It’s actually New Year’s Eve as I type this, so I’m going to get straight to it.
The Week 3 2021 M.L.S. Weech January Book Cover of the Month is …
Ravens of Yellowstone by Russell James. It’s not that complex a cover, but it’s beautiful rendering of that raven, and the color is awesome. Big congrats to that cover. Yellowstone joins The Tinder Box and Spark in the overall competition.
Greetings all, the first thing I’d like to do is remind you that the voting for the 2021 M.L.S. Weech Book Cover of the Month of November is still live. You can pick your favorite from the four previous winners. You can do that here.
November is off and running, and I’m happy to announce the winner for week one, which is …
The Doormen by Victor Godinez had great use of color and light. Those concentric circles really do draw the eye in. And each one seems to frame a different scene. This is our first contender for the November 2021 M.L.S. Weech Book Cover of the Month.
I’d be very grateful if you took a moment to pop over to my YouTube channel, where you can watch me talk about all seven covers you can vote for this week. If you gave it a like and subscribe (click the bell notification), I’d be elated!
Today marks the official end of May’s Book Cover competition. June is still ongoing, but the voting for May’s winner-take-all poll ended Friday, and that means I get to announce a new winner! The 2021 M.L.S. Weech Book Cover of May is …
Betrayed by me! This is the first time one of my covers has ever actually won Book Cover of the Month! I really think this is one of my stronger covers. Carlos really outdid himself. The stats still aren’t flattering at all, but I won fair and square (100 percent of three votes). I still need your help to get this contest going the way it was before I took that break. The more votes the competition gets, the more legitimized it is. I’ve always been a fan of book covers, and I truly want this award to become meaningful, but I need your help to do that. Please take moment to vote when you see the new poll come up. Please share it with readers you know. Just taking the time to do that will go a long way.
That means Betrayed has found its place in the 2021 Book Cover of the Year poll, which will begin in another 10 months.
That’s not the only other winner to announce! The 2021 June Book Cover of the Week polls have been going on for two weeks now, and I have have the pleasure of announcing the winner for week two.
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Remember to vote for your favorite through the link I provided above! This means that A Clash of Fates is the second book to make it in the finals for the 2021 June Book Cover of the Month! You guys can choose who wins the title and then support your favorite in the yearly competition (obviously next year)! I hope you’ll participate.