When it comes to book cover art, I’m quite the snob. However I’m also all about a good title. This is why we’re looking at a very specific kind of title naming this week. That would be book titles in units of time. Seems like this could be fun, right?7 OF THE BOOK TITLES IN UNITS OF TIME #TOPTENTUESDAY #BOOKNERD #BOOKBLOGGERS #READERS #READING Click To Tweet
Like usual, I’m trying to only feature books I own because honestly, it’s fun to look through what I own and I like to think it will kick my reader butt into wanting to actually read the books on my shelf. Realistically I don’t think it does, but hey, this is the rule we follow. It’s all short and sweet to open this week – let’s jump on in.
BOOK TITLES IN UNITS OF TIME
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1: A WEEK OF MONDAYS, JESSICA BRODY
Have this one to sell or donate but technically I still own it. Follows a kind of Ground Hog day (same day keeps on repeat) premise only in a YA and presumably pink (cover art) world. Amazon | Goodreads
2: THE BOOK OF HOURS, DAVIS BUNN
This is one I read SO many years ago. I don’t remember specifics about the story but do recall it’s a good one with a castle and mystery surrounding the entire plot. I often wonder if I’d still like the books I read years ago. But then usually I’m too “scared” to go back and find out. Amazon | Goodreads
3: AFTER ALL THESE YEARS, SALLY JOHN
I read this one years ago and it’s actually one of the first books I reviewed here just as an “on my own.” It was before I knew book reviewing was a whole thing (with publishers and the like) and so it’s always interesting to go back and look at the reviews. Amazon | Goodreads
4: EIGHT PERFECT HOURS, LIA LOUIS
5: SECOND CHANCE SUMMER, MORGAN MATSON
6: SECONDS TO LIVE, SUSAN SLEEMAN
Read this one over a year ago now. Don’t remember the particulars but I think I did enjoy it well enough. It’s a thriller kind of novel following a cyber criminal and the people trying to stop these attacks. Susan’s other titles in this series also fit which are Minutes to Die and Hours to Kill. Amazon | Goodreads
7: SECOND CHANCES, DEBRA WHITE SMITH
It’s to you now, reader friends! Have you read any of these? Would you? Do any look familiar? Which ones made your lists this week? Let’s hear all the thoughts and comments! Please…
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Linking up with That Artsy Reader Girl June 7: Books With a Unit of Time In the Title (seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years, eternity, etc.) (Submitted by RS @ The Idealistic Daydream)