Today I am reviewing an amazing product for you!
I don’t know about you, but I’m working in an hospital on the 4 to midnight shift (which is pretty much emergency only) and it can be either crazy-as-hell or dead-boring, which is why I always have a book with me. Problem is, my boss decided to put a new rule, we aren’t aloud to read non-work-related stuff, no cross-word, no nothing. She pretty much expect us to watch our not-so-pretty, not-so-white 4 walls. My solution to this problem? Hide-a-Cover!
This new rules was introduced to keep a better image (or so she says) of the lab. So who would think I am reading a steamy romance novel when it has this cover?
Ok I haven’t tried it on the field just yet because I received it yesterday, but I’m very confident it will serve it’s purpose!
As you can see, it fit perfectly my mass market paperback novel
How does it work?
Well it pretty much looks like this without a book inside:
The “cover” is in a plastic, I’ll call it envelop for lack of a better word.
Which means you could prolly change the cover later if you are tired of that one.
The instructions are written inside the flap and it’s pretty simple!
Now I really love the whole concept, unfortunately it doesn’t work for the thicker MM books.
In the picture below, it’s a 1¼ inches thick MM book and it’s a bit too thick for the cover (I actually damaged my book to make it fit =( ).
Overall I really really like the concept and the product, but it has it’s limitations like everything else.
There are 2 formats currently available, Mass Market Paperback (4,95$ each) and
regular Trade Paperback (5,95$ each), and a handful of models available. Here’s a simple of what you may find:
So why stop yourself from reading your romance novel in the bus because of your peers judgment when there is such an easy solution available?
Make sure you visit Hide-a-Cover to preview all models available!
Please note that I didn’t received any monetary compensation for this review, but I did receive a Hide-a-Cover to test it =)