Hey there, welcome back, everyone. Books are obviously a favorite topic of discussion over here, but add a fun thing to combine them with, and you’re sure to find a kind of bookish work of art. What would happen if book titles would become crayon colors? This is where we’re at today; we look at book titles that sound like crayon colors or at least titles that might make good names!
As is the more recent and unwritten rule, I’m going to use this opportunity to again stick with books on my shelf. Some of the titles we feature won’t exactly be ideal possible colors for crayons. As I’m really bad at naming things, I don’t expect these will be good, but it’s a chance to talk about books, so I’m cool with failing. Let’s go!
BOOK TITLES THAT SOUND LIKE CRAYON COLORS
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1: AGAINST THE TIDE, ELIZABETH CAMDEN
2: ROSEMARY COTTAGE, COLLEEN COBLE
3: ROSES WILL BLOOM AGAIN, LORI COPELAND
Roses are looking like a theme. It’s been YEARS since I read this novel, but I think it’s one of my most favorite reads. Bookshop.org | Goodreads
4: WORDS IN DEEP BLUE, CATH CRAWLEY
5: SHADES OF DOON, CAREY CORP AND LORIE LANGDON
Sometimes I see colors, though I cannot say if this is true of the Crayola brand, using a place to “show” a color. For example, this may be a green shade since, for some reason I think of Doon (a world based on the Scottish Brigadoon film) as a lush place with lots of green. Bookshop.org | Goodreads
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7: SHADES OF MILK AND HONEY, MARY ROBINETTE KOWAL
8: MY PLAIN JANE, JODIE MEADOWS, CYNTHIA HAND AND BRODIE ASHTON
9: STORM FRONT, SUSAN MAY WARREN
10: STORM SIREN, MARY WEBER
11: FIREWORKS, ELIZBETH WHITE
To be honest, I cannot remember if I’ve read this one or not. But either way, it seems like it might be a fun crayon name, and the color possibilities it’d potentially match with are endless. Bookshop.org | Goodreads
12: BLUE MOON, LINDA WINDSOR
What about you? What book titles do you think could or should be Crayola crayon colors? Do you have any titles that are a color? How would or did you spin this subject? Do you have a favorite crayon color? Comment all of your thoughts below.
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