Welcome to another addition of Indulgence Designs! This time, I’ve decided to feature a couple of series that are ending in 2016. I may add some more for the latter half of this year, but for now these are the most upcoming ones. I also experimented a little with the designs – how do you guys think of this more minimal approach? I left things quite simplistic and symbolic rather than having it based on the cover and a tad messy like usual. Without further ado, I present to you the books that I would probably trade my firstborn to read.
- All quotes belong to their respective author and publisher.
- I used some elements from Free Pik to embellish these designs. I do not own them.
- For personal use only.
- Happy reading!
The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater
Who doesn’t want to read about the Raven boys and Blue as we head to the finish of this magical series? We can finally read Stiefvater’s words after months of its release date being pushed back!
I for one am biting my nails in anticipation.
The Mirror King by Jodi Meadows
The next conclusion I can’t wait for is The Mirror King (oh look another king!) – especially with how its predecessor ended.
This duology has fantasmic characters, and let’s not forget about the stunning covers. While waiting, you should totally check out the novellas being released from Tobiah’s point of view.
My review of the first book, The Orphan Queen, can be found here.
The Winner’s Kiss by Marie Rutkoski
Last, but certainly not the least, is The Winner’s Kiss, in which I will probably cry ugly tears while reading due to feels overload. I just want Kestrel and Arin to be safe, okay? And together. That would be nice. But alas, like it says in the graphic, “war has begun.” *ugly sobs*
I thought this was witty because the title is The Winner’s Kiss so the trophy = winner and the lips = kiss. Get it??? Haha I can be really lame sometimes. 😛 I left a link to the full image just in case one of you guys appreciate my joke and are willing to embellish your phone background with emojis.
If you guys end up using one of these, I’d love to know! Are there any other series that are ending this year that you can’t wait for? Yay or nay to a more simplistic design? Would you like to join me in a prayer circle for all these characters that must be protected?
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