Top Ten Tuesday | Book Titles That Are Complete Sentences

Top Ten Tuesday | Book Titles That Are Complete Sentences

I feel like I’ve been posting later and later since I haven’t been preparing these posts ahead of time. It’s okay though since lately I haven’t been feeling well again. It’s the stomach thing… again.

Not to mention I just haven’t been feeling like I have another headache again whenever I have to sit in front of a computer. Is that me getting lazy again? Or is it something to do with my eyesight? At this point, I just wish it could go away.

This one is a pretty tough one, at least to me. I’ll definitely have to think a little harder with this one. But since I don’t have to really talk about any of the books I pick, I think I’ll just list them here. Yes, yes it may be lazy for me but some of these books I haven’t read yet, or maybe I did… I don’t know.

  1. Come On In – Anthology edited by Ali Alsaid
  2. We Unleash the Merciless Storm – Tehlor Kay Mejia
  3. The Way You Make Me Feel – Maurene Goo
  4. A Discovery of Witches – Deborah Harkness
  5. The Girl from Everywhere – Heidi Heilig
  6. The Year of the Witching – Alexis Henderson
  7. Tell Me How You Really Feel – Aminah Mae Safi
  8. Eight Will Fall – Sarah Harian
  9. Juliet Takes a Breath – Gabby Rivera
  10. Home is Not a Country – Safia Elhillo

Yes…. I used some of the same books that I used from last week, but hey it matched both prompts! It may also be because I’m looking at my bookshelves near my TV for inspiration, and I haven’t looked at my other bookshelves throughout the house yet… oops.

Got any other ones that come to mind?

8 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | Book Titles That Are Complete Sentences

  1. Sorry you’re not feeling well! I definitely get headaches when I look at screens for too long. Luckily, it only happens with books when I read ALL day long.

    Nice list! I haven’t read any of these, but several of them are on my TBR list.

    Happy TTT!



  2. I hope you get well soon! As for a book with a complete sentence as the title that I love, it has to be Kat and Meg Conquer the World by Anna Priemaza. It’s a YA contemporary about friendships and video games, and it’s so much fun! 😃


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