Good morning, bookpups🐾 It’s time for another Top Ten Tuesday post! This week, we’re talking all about books that have colors in their titles. It wasn’t until I started really looking at my shelves that I realized how difficult this prompt was going to be. It took me 3-4 minutes to find the first 9 books and almost another 10 to find the last one! Of course, I could find plenty of books on my Kindle, but that’s not as fun as a good old-fashioned (heavy) book stack.
🆀🅾🆃🅳: Who is your favorite book boyfriend?
Right now I’d have to say it’s Archie from You May Kiss the Bridesmaid by Camilla Isley. He’s one of the last book boyfriends I’ve read about and just wow!
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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly book chat, hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s prompt was supposed to be 10 Questions I Would Ask My Favorite Author. I’ve chosen instead to talk about 10 Books With Colors in the Titles.
What questions would you ask your favorite author(s)? To be honest, I’d probably just fangirl and not say anything coherent, anyway …
These books are not in any particular order (favorites, etc).
The RED Pyramid by Rick Riordan
Serafina and the BLACK Cloak by Robert Beatty
BLUE Moon by Alyson Noel
The Devil in the WHITE City by Erik Larson
GREY by E.L. James
SCARLET by Marissa Meyer
Snow WHITE and the Huntsman by Evan Daugherty, Lily Blake, John Lee Hancock, and Hossein Amini
Violets are BLUE by James Patterson
RED Queen by Victoria Aveyard
Roses are RED by James Patterson
Let’s just say I was a little disappointed in my stack. Black, White, Red, and Blue (with a Grey mixed in there). That was the extent of the colors I could find on my physical bookshelf. Just means I need to go book shopping, right?
Have you read any of these books?
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