BOOK & COVER of the MONTH 2020



designer Cathy Helms of www.avalongraphics.org
with fellow designer Tamian Wood of www.beyonddesigninternational.com
select their chosen Cover of the Month
with all winners going forward for 
Cover of the Year in December 2020
(honourable mentions for the Honourable Mention Runner-up)



WINNER 
February 2020

designer unknown - mainstream
read our review
Honourable Mentions

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cover design by Melody Simmons
read our review
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mainstream designer unknown
read our review
48123366. sy475
designer unknown
read our review


LAST MONTH's BOOK and COVER 
of the MONTH



This is a personal choice made by  me, Helen Hollick,
(founder of Discovering Diamonds)
from books I have shortlisted for my personal reading 

My criteria for a 'winner' is:
* Did I thoroughly enjoy the story?
* Would I read it again?
* Is it a 'keeper'

My chosen Runner-Ups 
for February 2020

read our review
 Not a fast-paced action 'who-dun-it' , but  sophisticated measured read with some wonderful descriptive writing

read our review
I can't resist a Melissa Addey - again wonderful descriptive writing

and my Book of the Month

Read our review
It might seem odd to select a novel that made me cry. This one did because it is based on real life - so many died, so horribly. I truly think that this book should be compulsory reading in all schools - no, for everyone - so that we never, never, forget what happened to the Jewish people during WWII


LAST MONTH's BOOK and COVER 
of the MONTH
click here

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Book and Cover of the Year
will be announced on 31st December 2020

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