Top Ten Tuesday/ Colours In The Titles

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by thatartsyreadergirl with a new topic every week.

Since I’ve done this week’s topic, so many times and I haven’t done any of last month topics because I did poetry month, I’m picking one of last month’s theme.

August 4: Books with Colors In the Titles

The White Road (Charlie Parker, #4)

Black Enough: Stories of Being Young & Black in America

Red at the Bone

The Blonde Formula

Blacklands (Exmoor Trilogy #1)

Black Girl Unlimited

All Boys Aren't Blue

The Color Purple

Purple Hibiscus

The Red Pencil

There is a reason why I didn’t say anything about these books because I thought I would play a little game with you guys. Here is how this works in the comments, try and guess what each book is about that is if you haven’t read it that is. No cheating!


4 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday/ Colours In The Titles

  1. I know they say never judge a book by its cover but I’m sure we all agree that the design of a cover is in fact important. What intrigues me is to why some books have different covers for the paperback, hardback, digital editions and that the covers can change again depending on whether the edition is intended for a European or American market. And then of course as with the Harry Potter books there were the ‘children’s covers’ and the ‘adult covers’.
    To play your game, whilst I have only actually read two of these books I know of several of the others so to guess what the other books are just by looking at the cover …

    * The White Road I’m guessing is some kind of thriller involving some kind of trip whether that be a road trip or another ‘journey’ into the unknown I’m not sure.
    *Red At The Bone I’m guessing is aimed at the YA market and has a young Black women at its centre
    The only other book I know nothing of * Black Lands I’m guessing is a pretty bleak and moody novel that is possibly aimed at the YA market


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