Every week (or nearly) we engage in some sort of bookish conversation. The topic varies week to week, which is part of what makes things fun. On this day (the start of yet another new week), we talk about book titles that are a sentence. So, nothing short and sweet about these!
Sometimes it’s the shorter titles that work better because their easy to remember. But then, we cannot argue that fact that some titles make an impression in spite of their length. They have a kind of message and can be more informative on what the story inside will be. Not all of these literally form a totally complete sentence (because some would still need something), but I’m applying them. Let’s have a look.
BOOK TITLES THAT ARE A COMPLETE SENTENCE
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1: LOVE AND A LITTLE WHITE LIE, TAMMY L. GRAY
2: THE SUMMER I TURNED PRETTY, JENNY HAN
3: THE TROUBLE WITH COWBOYS, DENISE HUNTER
When I went in to re-format this review, I labeled it a kind of Darcy and Elizabeth-esque romance. It does feel like this, but is also just a fun almost western-esque kind of book. Amazon | Bookshop.org | Goodreads
4: THERE YOU’LL FIND ME, JENNY B JONES
5: EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE, CHRISTINA JUNE
6: THE START OF ME AND YOU, EMERY LORD12 BOOK TITLES THAT FORM AN ALMOST COMPLETE SENTENCE #TopTenTuesday #BookNerd #Bookish Click To Tweet
7: TEN THINGS WE DID (AND PROBABLY SHOULDN’T HAVE), SARAH MLYNOWSKI
8: ISLA AND THE HAPPILY EVER AFTER, STEPHANIE PERKINS
9: MY EPIC SPRING BREAK (UP), KRISTIN ROCKAWAY
10: HELLO, GOODBYE AND EVERYTHING IN-BETWEEN, JENNIFER E. SMITH
Any of Jennifer’s would fit! This is just the first one I ran across when I looked through my review archives. Also, who else is excited to see some film adaptations of her novels!? Bookhsop.org | Goodreads
11: TAKE A CHANCE ON ME, SUSAN MAY WARREN
12: THE DISTANCE BETWEEN US, KASIE WEST
What about you? What types of titles do you like better; short and sweet or lengthy? What are some of your favorite book titles? Have you read any of these? Would you want to? Comment all the thoughts below.
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Linking up with That Artsy Reader Girl May 18: Book Titles That are Complete Sentences (Submitted by Jessica @ A Cocoon of Books)