Sunday, 1 May 2016

#SundaySeven (01/05/16)

Okay, so I totally didn't forget it was Sunday already or anything... But here it is! I apologise if it's not quite so good as I've speed-written it to get it done before bed time. 
Also, tomorrow I am revealing the cover of Ella's Twisted Senior Year by Amy Sparling, which also includes a giveaway, so don't forget to check back tomorrow!


Ally takes first place this week! Another recently discovered account, so this is her first feature. This photo is so simple, yet so pretty! The shoes match the style of the book beautifully and the whole photo looks so complete and tidy yet also rustic. Great photo!


In this photo, Tasha has successfully combined 3 of my favourite things: a book series on my TBR, a piano, and her account! Whilst I'm a keyboardist at heart, I have learnt some piano and I love the feel of nice piano keys under my fingers. Another photo that's so simple yet so stylish. 


Rike has such a stunning theme on her bookstagram! The Heir is another book I am yet to read, but am really excited too. I love the simplicity of this photo of just a book and rose against the wood, but it looks so pretty and royal!


As I read The Paladin this week, it only seemed right to have it feature in this week's #SundaySeven. Check out my review, only a few posts back! This gorgeous photo was taken by Ashley, who also really liked the book. In case you didn't know, a key feature of the book is the Perennial Stone, which is why the surrounding pretty stones add to this photo. I also love the wood background!


Clearly I have a thing for wooden backgrounds this week! I absolutely adored The Selection when I read it, and I love how stunning the covers for the whole series are! They seriously make any photo automatically pretty. However, here the ballet shoes have been added for extra prettiness. Whilst ballet has nothing to do with the series, the idea of gracefulness, daintiness and lots of dancing definitely appears in the series. Also, I used to do ballet, so I suppose I always have a soft spot for it (although I never got to the stage of wearing shoes like that!)


I love books, I love Funko and I love Harry Potter, but I think you already knew that! So the photo itself, whilst lovely, may not seem so outstanding. Until you realise that Pop! is custom made! Oh. My. Gosh. It's amazing! I'm really surprised they haven't done a Ginny yet but I imagine she'll be in the next series. Also, look how awesome those mini books are! Great job Sara!


I'm pretty sure I've told you before that these covers will appear again and again in #SundaySeven but is it any wonder why? They are so so pretty! Desperately need to read them! We wrap up this week with this lovely photo by Mai who, just like everyone else in this week's post, is featuring in my top seven for the first time! Edit: I have since realised Mai featured for her first time last week, sorry! Blame the tiredness. Not only do I love the flowers in this photo and how they coordinate with the book covers, but I also love the layout and angle of the shot as it's different to what I usually see. 

Thankyou for reading, and thanks to all the bookstagram accounts (both those featured, and the countless others I poured through in order to decide on my seven). 

None of these photos are mine, and I have credited the account and notified them that I am using their image. Occasionally, it is known for accounts to repost photos without crediting the original owner. I do not support this. All photos are, to my knowledge, original to the accounts credited. If not, I will happily amend and assist in reporting accounts that are stealing photos. (To the accounts featured: I am not suggesting this applies to you, I am merely covering myself. This paragraph shall feature on all #SundaySeven posts in the rare and unfortunate case problems may occur.)

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