To me similar means almost the same up to hard to tell the difference. To others it can mean looks the same even with both eyes closed. So I am not going to walk that slippery path.
When overasking one normally ends up with nothing ...
Maybe the same person, or even herself, is writing the texts for those covers.
Sometimes you will see a railroad crossing warning. Best not to pay attention. Yet, with some luck on your side the train may miss you.
Sorry but that is now up to lancon.
By the way, it states very clearly that enlarged images will be deleted. So why ignore that? Don't say you thought we would not notice.
Com'on Lancon. I gave you all the info. Now ID it.
You may have forgotten or maybe never knew but Google started it's life as a search engine. And it still is. Try it.
I found some, that seem to be the same, that are fairly similar if you remove the decoration. Try the Winderrar-Bold, Kastellar Bold, Outline4, Haute, Kaste and Nelson. Apart from Outline4 and Nelson no author names are known. Arts & Letters claims the Outline4 and Brendel Informatik claims the Nelson.
Both Arts & Letters and Brendel Informatik though are well known for copying fonts.
I am afraid only you can determine whether a font - in your opinion - resembles Autumn Chant or Signerica. When you are sure you saw it on dafont you will have to plough through the handwriting fonts here on dafont:
When the basic letter shapes look the same (to the eye) it is preferable to use the same font name with an addition in the font family name to distinguish it from the original version.
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