Last week, I wrote a post saying how much I liked The Power of Habit, while at the same time, I confessed that I didn't much like the cover. As I emphasized, it was a lesson that the old you "you can't judge a book by its cover" was true, but I do think that great cover designs are hard to achieve and continue to appreciate nice ones. Above, you can see one I really like, for Gretchen Rubin's forthcoming Happier at Home. Recall Gretchen is the author of the blockbuster The Happiness Project (which I reviewed here as a self-help book for people who hate self-help books). This cover is not only beautiful, it matches her title and identity very well. I am not sure when her new book comes out, but I am looking forward to it.