Empire of Storms (Throne of Glass, #5) by Sarah J. Maas is a firestorm with an organic feel. I love the greens of this cover. They are dirty greens, with the feel of moss and the sea. The fiery oranges are full of life and energy. Use these colors on your blog to give your readers a comforting and energetic atmosphere, full of life.
A Shadow Bright and Burning (Kingdom on Fire, #1) by Jessica Cluess is an intense blend that wouldn’t seem to go togheter, but works really well. If you are looking for a unique blend of dark rich colors, go with this palette. My favorite is how the teal and red mesh together. Usually, you can’t pair red and greens without looking like Christmas, but this looks like a trip to your favorite antique store.
The Queen of Blood (The Queens of Renthia, #1) by Sarah Beth Durst is an explosion of color. The cover pairs reds and greens to bring a vibrant and intense feel, but with the deep greens it stays grounded. The golds and reds are rich and elegant, while the greens bring a slight casualness to it. I like the play of colors and how they are different, but work well together.
Stealing Snow (Stealing Snow, #1) by Danielle Paige is a cool and modern color palette. The icy blues might feel a little cold, but if done correctly it can look modern and clean. Blues are relaxing, easy to read and calming. Implement these on your blog and you can show-off a reserved, but classy look.
The Forgetting by Sharon Cameron is a refreshing and beautiful cover. I’m partial to purples, and the magenta and purple tones of this cover give the color palette a rich and refined feel. The pairing with the organic yellows and browns pull the purple tones into a natural scope, instead of a fantasy/girlish feel, which you usually see with purple and pink palettes. The purples have a high yellow toning which is a different scope, to give your palette a unique feel.