Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by thatartsyreadergirl with a new topic every week.
July 13: Book Titles That are Questions
For some reason, I feel that I already this prompt, but oh well, let’s what I can do. My issue is that no title is coming to mind. I will have to look at my Goodreads read shelf, and fingers crossed, something comes to mind. I’m losing with this heat. Malta had a record of the most prolonged heatwave this month so bear with me.
It’s Christmas, Carol! By Sara-Lisa Andersson is where we meet Carol, and she hates Christmas. However, this Christmas event might just change her mind.
He’s Behind You! by Clare London is a short and sweet male/male romance set at Christmas.
You Started a Blog – Now What….? by Gundi Gabrielle is sort of a handbook for people who never blogged and want to give it a go.
Would it be Okay to Love You? by Amy Tasukada reminds me that it can be hard to trust and love, but love will always win in the end.
When Bad Things Happen to Good People by Harold S. Kushner is one of those books that I don’t think I will ever understand, so instead of when I would write why.
More From Life by S.J. Crabb is one the of very few that has a question mark on the cover from my list.
What Momma Left Me by Renée Watson is an honest question when you love passes, and you feel like you didn’t have much to live for.
If the author added a who to the title of Kill the Quarterback by James Glen Stovall will catch the reader’s eyes more.
Who Put This Song On? by Morgan Parker is an honest view into mental health and therapy.
Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling is an autobiography that is a twist between real life and humour
I get that some of them aren’t questions, but this the only way I could make this post work.