Kindle Cover Disasters: Book covers worth your judgment.

“Kindle Cover Disasters” Gives You Every Reason to Judge a Book by Its Cover

“Kindle Cover Disasters” Gives You Every Reason to Judge a Book by Its Cover

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Slate's Culture Blog
March 24 2015 8:32 AM

“Kindle Cover Disasters” Gives You Every Reason to Judge a Book by Its Cover

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Who wouldn’t buy this book?

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The Tumblr Kindle Cover Disasters is exactly what its name suggests: one hilarious, mystifying self-designed e-book cover after another. The covers run the gamut from catastrophic use of MS Paint to Frankenstein-like Photoshop jobs to morbid intrigue: What could possibly happen in Hide and Seek to merit that font?

Here are some of the best Kindle covers the world of self-publishing has to offer:

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Jay Deshpande is a former editor of WatchTime and writes about literature and the arts for Slate, the New Republic, and others. Follow him on Twitter.