Top Ten Tuesday | Books with Crayon Titles

Too fun! This was the best TTT, especially with this being a rough week for me. It felt like a relief to put this together, a post that doesn’t require too much thinking. My brain is tired.

So here’s my list of books full of color… in the title. πŸ™‚

1. Red, White, and Royal Blue

by Casey McQuiston

I get three points for this book.
Four, if we count the cuteness of this story.

2. Gray Wolf Throne

by Cinda Williams Chima

GRAY Wolf Throne. Gray counts as a color.

3. Darling Rose Gold

by Stephanie Wrobel

Rose and Gold. Two Colors. I’ve got 6 points.

4. The Priory of the Orange Tree

by Samantha Shannon

I had two orange books. Priory of the Orange Tree, or Winter Oranges.
Oranges are named for the color, but in this context it’s a fruit. I gotta play fair.

5. Anne of Green Gables

by Sarah J Maas

Even the book is Green!

6. The Ghost Who Wore Yellow Socks

by Josh Lanyon

Still, I have no idea what the yellow socks were about in this short mystery.

7. Red Rising

by Pierce Brown

Red Rising.
Red is an easy color to find in a title.

8. Blue Lily, Lily Blue

by Maggie Stiefvater

I really wanted a Lilac or a Lavendar book. I made due with this one, since it’s legtimate. It has “blue” in the title. But, Lily makes me think of purple.

9. Blackout

by Mira Grant

Black is the absence of color, but it’s still in a crayon box. So, ya know?

10. Ultraviolet

by RJ Anderson

I don’t remember what this book was abut. I do remember the main character has synesthesia. I remember loving that, and thinking it made the title “Ultraviolet” perfect.

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme previously hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, but as of 2018 is hosted by hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl!

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