Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
Happy Tuesday everyone!! I hope your week has gotten off to a good start! Today’s Top Ten topic is Book Titles That Are Complete Sentences. For this week’s Top Ten I decided to look at the last 10 books I’ve read that fit the prompt. I’ve read 5 this year, but I had to go into last year’s reading to find the other 5.
I have a couple declarative sentences here, but I mostly see imperatives. I at first thought I’d just use declaratives, but that would have taken me a bit more time. Maybe another day?? I’m excited to see everyone’s posts for this one!
May 18: Book Titles That Are Complete Sentences (Submitted by Jessica @ A Cocoon of Books)
May 25: Book Quotes that Fit X Theme (Pick any theme you want, i.e., motivational quotes, romantic dialogues, hunger-inducing quotes, quotes that fill you with hope, quotes on defeating adversity, quotes that present strong emotions, healing, etc. and then select quotes from books that fit that theme.)
June 1: Freebie (choose any past topic, or come up with you own)
June 8: Books I Loved that Made Me Want More Books Like Them (The wording is weird here, so if you have a better way to say this please let me know! What I’m thinking is… you read a book and immediately wanted more just like it, perhaps in the same genre, about the same topic or theme, by the same author, etc. For example, I once read a medical romance and then went to find more because it was so good. The same thing happened to me with pirate historical romances and romantic suspense.)
June 15: Books On My Summer 2021 TBR (or winter, if you live in the southern hemisphere)
June 22: Bookish Wishes (My birthday is today, so celebrate with me by granting the wishes of your friends! This is a popular thing to do on Twitter, but today we’re blog hopping. List the top 10 books you’d love to own and include a link to a wishlist so that people can grant your wish. Make sure you link your wishlist to your mailing address [here’s how to do it on Amazon] or include the email address associated with your ereader so people know how to get the book to you. After you post, jump around the Linky and grant a wish or two if you’d like. Don’t feel obligated!)
June 29: Most Anticipated Books of the Second Half of 2021