(Re)Reading Sarah Dessen | Cover Colors

Posted June 21, 2017 / Features / 6 Comments

Everyone knows that Sarah Dessen is the queen of contemporary romance and adorable (and often darker or more complex), coming-of-age summer stories. I have read and loved most of her books already, but I made it a point recently to read (or in a lot of cases, reread) all of her books. Her books are important to so many people and really are what got many of us into reading contemporary romance books. This summer, Cristina from Girl in the Pages and I have teamed up to talk alllllll about Sarah Dessen – when we started reading her books, our experiences with rereading, and other fun discussions, recommendations, and personal stories. Our feature will take place over 4 weeks this June on Wednesdays (here) and Thursdays (there).


Introduction, Our Sarah Stories, and Discussion of Someone Like You
June 7th on Bookmark Lit – June 8th on Girl in the Pages

Dessen Recommendations and Similar Stories
June 14th on Bookmark Lit – June 15th on Girl in the Pages

Blog Features: Cover Colors (BL) and Event Recap (GitP)
June 21st on Bookmark Lit – June 22nd on Girl in the Pages

Once and For All, Dessen Favorites, and Wrap-Up
June 28th on Bookmark Lit – June 29th on Girl in the Pages

I decided to feature two covers of Dessen books that haven’t previously been used on the blog. These two are the ones I’m most looking forward to rereading but haven’t yet (because I’m nervous I won’t love them as much!) For these books, I focused on the cover changes, building an outfit based on the covers’ colors, and featuring a favorite quote.

This Lullaby

This Lullaby


The Truth About Forever

The Truth About Forever


Come back next week for the next installment, and be sure to check out Cristina’s post tomorrow!

6 responses to “(Re)Reading Sarah Dessen | Cover Colors

  1. I LOVE your book looks!! And both of these books– these are definitely 2 of hers that you don’t have to be afraid of not liking. They’re Sarah Dessen at her best for sure. I can’t believe I don’t own a tulle skirt. I really need to step up my fashion game and get one (I use them on Polyvore all the time). Great post Lauren 🙂

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