Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. There is a new topic each week for bloggers to join in with their own top ten. If you’re looking for some new or different book blogs to read, hop on over to her site and check out some of the links.
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday, Book Titles that Would Make Great Song Titles, was actually submitted by Deanna over at A Novel Glimpse. I think this is the first time the subject for TTT was picked by a blogger I follow. I may have gotten too excited about that fact.
These are in no particular order. I’m just adding them as I think of them. Or, more likely, I’ll be scanning my list of books I read and see what jumps out at me. To be honest, I’m quite sure I have recently read books that are already song titles. (There have been quite a few holiday stories in my repertoire lately.) I’ll be skipping those because it sort of feels like cheating.
Good Luck with That
by Kristan Higgins
One Perfect Summer
by Brenda Novak
Dance Away with Me
by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Wicked Kiss (Realm Enforcers)
by Rebecca Zanetti
A Little Bit Wicked (Dark Knights at Bayside)
by Melissa Foster
Rescue You (Dogwood County)
by Elysia Whisler
Feel the Fire (Hotshots)
by Annabeth Albert
Truth of the Matter (Potomac Point)
by Jamie Beck
Almost Just Friends (Wildstone)
by Jill Shalvis
Cowboy Up (Tangled Up in Texas)
by Michelle Beattie
I realized as I was putting this list together that I read a lot of books that can be country songs. I actually had to weed most of those out so I didn’t have a list of 10 country songs!
Aww, I’d love to hear One Perfect Summer.
I imagine it would sound like a Don Henley song. The title totally gives me a Boys of Summer vibe.
Ooh, great picks! I can definitely see many of these being great upbeat and also ballad-y romance songs and I’d definitely give them a listen 😜
Good Luck with That would be such a sassy song! I love it!
Right? I may be showing my age, but I can hear Shania Twain singing that song.
She’d be perfect!
“Dance Away with Me” sounds like it could be a swing or jazz song by a crooner like Frank Sinatra or Michael Bublé. Here’s my list!
Exactly what I heard in my head, too.
Oh, you have so many great choices in here! I love the sound of Truth of the Matter. And Dance Away with Me practically writes itself.