Top Ten Tuesday/ Single-Word Titles

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March 3: Books With Single-Word Titles (submitted by Kitty from Kitty Marie’s Reading Corner)

When I saw today’s topic, I got worried not one book came to mind let alone ten. So, I guess I will go on Goodreads and look at all the books I read since 2015 in the hopes that I find ten with a single-word title.

by Kimi Flores

I can’t remember what this book is about…

by Richard Siken

I read this book and didn’t like it but still going to add it to the list.

by Alex Gino

I think that George is a book that helps bring understanding to being trans to all ages.

by Matthew J. Metzger

By now, you guys know how much I love this book.

Heartstopper: Volume One (Heartstopper, #1)
Heartstopper: Volume One
(Heartstopper #1)
by Alice Oseman

Hopefully, this one count, anyhow it’s a cute graphic novel.

April: A Mother and Father's Heart-Breaking Story of the Daughter They Loved and Lost
April: A Mother and Father’s Heart-Breaking Story of the Daughter They Loved and Lost
by Paul Jones, Coral Jones

A heartbreaking true story.

SNOW:  A Gentry Boys Christmas Story
SNOW: A Gentry Boys Christmas Story
(Gentry Boys)
by Cora Bren

A short holiday story.

by Gemma Gilmore

Queerness and love.

by Audrey Coulthurst , Paula Garner

It’s a cute lesbian romance.

by Paige Turner

It’s way too short for my liking.

Oh My God I did it.




6 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday/ Single-Word Titles

  1. Wow! That’s some selection.

    Well done you on coming up with these ten, I must admit I too would be hard pressed to come up with ten books I’d read that had one word titles. What sounds like a fun idea, you now have me thinking.

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