Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by thatartsyreadergirl with a new topic every week.
September 28: Freebie (Come up with your own topic or do a past TTT topic that you missed or would like to do again.)
Since we are picking our topic this week, I had the idea to match a book to a song or song lyrics. This post is me sharing some of my favourite songs and books.
What I like about Origin by Dan Brown is that he questions religion is not your typical way of questioning. What Other People Say questions how we act based on what other people are telling us, including the topic of religion.
When I listened to September by James Arthur, the first book that came to mind was Seaside Christmas (The Hunters #5) by Stacy Claflin. The message I got from the lyrics is not to judge a person by their looks. In the case of Cruz, he was viewed as a trouble maker just because he has tattoos.
Lottie can’t let go of her past to love again, and Guy Sebastian won’t let go because he believes in his relationship with his wife.
Before I Had the Words: On Being a Transgender Young Adult by Skylar Kergil and Good Things Take Time by Aidan Martin gives me the sense that everything will be okay in the end.
Letting go of the past is one of the hardest things for a human being has to overcome, and Kade from It’s Not a Date by Heather Blackmore knows firsthand.
Like the Malibu fires, there are some things in life that you just can’t control.
I get that it’s just six novels, but I’m having a super hard blogging, and it’s making me want to quit blogging.