My Favorite Book Covers for 2014

I planned to post my top ten favorite book covers for 2014.  I couldn’t do it. There were too many I loved. See below my favorite twenty-five.  Can you name your favorite book cover from 2014? What was your favorite book this year? My favorite book for 2014 was All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. Unfortunately, the book cover did not make the cut.  Happy New Year and Happy Reading in 2015.


all I love and know

and the dark sacred night

art of arranging flowers


cathedral of the wild


ghost wanted

glass kitchen

ice cream queen

king's mountain

long time gone

lost lake

lydias party

magnolia city

magnoli market

miracle in a dry season

No book


sea garden

seagrass pier

still life

story keeper

take this cup\

when love stirs

when the cypress whispers








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Shelia Stovall is a Southern, small-town librarian, and has an understanding of what women like to read. She is a member of ACFW and is currently the Treasurer of the Middle Tennessee ACFW Chapter. Shelia is a member of the Ky. Public Library Association and the American Library Association. Her short story, The Barber’s Sanctuary, won the fiction division of Kentucky Monthly’s sixth annual Writer’s Showcase in the November 2013 issue. Shelia is a weekly columnist for the Citizen-Times, based in Scottsville, Ky. Shelia’s Southern, small-town roots have given her an understanding of community and women's friendships. Her writing deals with difficult contemporary issues, but there’s always a thread of hope amid the calamity. Shelia is passionate about African missions and has traveled to Africa annually for the past four years. Community service is also important to Shelia, and she has volunteered as a crew chief for five years at Camp Habitat, (a Christian youth service camp that partners with Habitat for Humanity).

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