The Top Ten Tuesday subject for this week was suggested by Emma over at Words and Peace. Let me tell you, it’s a lot harder than it seems. Books With Numbers in the Title. Now, there are various ways you can take this. I initially was thinking actual numerals, not the numbers spelled out. But I didn’t want to use a bunch of books I haven’t read. Or use ten different stories with the word “one” in the title, because there are a lot of those. So, I’m only doing six and they are a mix of numerals and the numbers spelled out.
It’s worth it to note I also tried to stay away from the super obvious…2001: A Space Odyssey, 13 Reasons Why, 1984. Not that there’s anything wrong with using those titles. They are all very important books. I’m just trying to keep things a bit fresh.
by Stephen King
(Crazy Love book 3)
by Stacey Lynn
20th Century Ghosts
by Joe Hill
The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley
by Shaun David Hutchinson
The Drawing of the Three
(The Dark Tower book 2)
by Stephen King
A Million Tiny Pieces
by Nicole Edwards
As much as this was a hard topic to come up with 10 titles, I’m so glad I took the challenge this week. I had actually forgot about The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley and I really loved that book. It’s great to have the reminder.
I had to include some super obvious books to get my list up to ten books this week. You’re right – it was a tough prompt!
I still need to read 11.22.63! It seems to have been either really hard or really easy for people, no in-between.
Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!
I love all King, but they’re not all easy reads, that’s for sure. I’d love to check out your list but the link isn’t working.