#SixforSunday: Books With Red Covers

Happy Sunday! One of my goals for 2021 is to post here more, and post regularly. Part of that means I’m going to start posting book memes! Why? Because I think they’re fun, they happen every week, and they’re a nice way to post short, bookish content.

#SixforSunday is a weekly book meme hosted by A Little But A Lot. Each week has a different prompt, and each month has a different theme. This week’s prompt is to post about six books with red covers, and February as a whole is themed “read it and weep,” so this should be fun!

With that being said… Here’s my #SixforSunday!


Burn Our Bodies Down
by Rory Power
Delacorte Press
YA Horror/Thriller
July 2020
This was one of my top reads of 2020, and I’m so excited to read all of Rory Power’s future releases! If ya like corn, fire, and Nebraska (and also strange mysteries involving genes and motherhood), you should definitely add this one to your TBR list.

Plain Bad Heroines
by Emily M. Danforth
William Morrow
Adult Horror
October 2020
While I had my reservations, this book is for sure an exercise in intense craft. There’s so much going on, and so many wasps.

Rise to the Sun
by Leah Johnson
Scholastic Press
YA Contemporary Romance
Releases July 6, 2021
I literally cannot wait for this release.

When We Were Magic
by Sarah Gailey
Simon Schuster Books for Young Readers
YA Fantasy
March 2020
I dunno, I guess sapphic witches is a genre I’m easily susceptible to falling in love with.

The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics
(Feminine Pursuits #1)
by Olivia Waite
Avon Impulse
Historical Romance
June 2019
This one has been on my TBR for over a year now, so I really hope I get around to it in 2021!

Blood Countess
(Lady Slayers #1)
by Lana Popović
Harry N. Abrams
YA Fantasy/Horror/Retelling
January 2020
Yet another title that’s been on my TBR for over a year… I really need to get better about reading books as they come out so they don’t just pile up on my TBR!


I wonder if books with pink covers has already been done, because after looking at my TBR and recently read books, it seems that pink is the most common color. It was actually kind of difficult to find all these red covers! What titles are on your “books with red covers” list? Or is there a different color that takes up all of your bookshelves?

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