Happy Tuesday! Today we mix a little bit of math (thankfully, for me – any other I-don’t-get-math people here??- not really, but we’ll go with it) with some books. Yes, that’s right, we’re showcasing book titles with numbers.
That Artsy Reader Girl | October 1: Book Titles with Numbers in Them (Submitted by Emma @ Words and Peace)
A topic submission, this one is not only fun, but also easy, and if there’s one thing I love, it’s to hit the publish button on something that can be both of these things. Plus, for me, it’s a chance to feature some books that I don’t ordinarily pull off my shelf as features, since topics can tend to be more about favorites or books we want to read, etc.
Though I could browse Goodreads and likely find ten (and more!) books to fit this topic, I went straight to my bookcases and feature ten books from there. Pretty sure there isn’t a book on this list I have read, but hey, I do want to read them all… someday.
Here are ten of the books on my shelf that feature book titles with numbers.
Top Ten Tuesday October 1: Numbers in Book Titles
1: Top Ten by Katie Cotugno
I’ve mentioned this before, but I’ve never read a novel by Katie. It seems like she’s quite popular in the YA market, but from the little reviews I’ve seen, it also seems like readers either love or dislike her books. Your thoughts? Amazon | Goodreads
2: 29 Dates by Melissa de la Cruz
Recently picked this one up, this may be a mistake since I read Melissa’s Pride and Prejudice and Mistletoe, and didn’t exactly love it. Still, I’m willing to give another of hers a chance, and this one sounds adorable. Amazon | Goodreads
3: Top Ten Clues You’re Clueless by Liz Czukas
4: Where Two Hearts Meet by Liz Johnson
5: Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson
6: 26 Kisses by Anna Michels
7: First and Then by Emma Mills
8: Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn’t Have) by Sarah Mlynowski
9: Once Upon a Kiss by Robin Palmer
10: One True Loves by Taylor Jenkins Reid
*no Top Ten Tuesday video this week; channel linked above
YOUR TURN! What books have numbers in their titles from your shelf? Have you read any I mention in my list? Comment down below with all the bookish thoughts. If you have a blog or joined in the Top Ten Tuesday meme, leave your links below. It may take me an entire week, but I’d love to come by and visit your bookish spaces.10 of the Stories with a Number as Inspiration! Today's #TopTenTuesday uses numbers in book titles as inspiration. What picks made your list? Click To Tweet
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