Book Titles as Songs | Top Ten Tuesday

Hello, my friends! Are you having a great week so far? I hope so. I can almost hear Christmas marching its way merrily around the corner and I’m so thrilled. I have FINALLY finished my last assignments for the semester so I am a free woman now until next year (with the exception of one large external exam I spoke about in my October wrap-up). It is wonderful!

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly event hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and this week’s prompt is:

Book Titles that Would Make Great Song Titles

I love fun prompts like this! Do you remember the time I made album covers for books? That was a laugh. But this time we’re going to imagine titles on my bookshelves as great catchy song titles. Let’s go!


1. Radiant Shadows

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Who would sing this: Coldplay


2. Worldshaker

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Who would sing this: The Proclaimers


3. Grave Mercy

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Who would sing this: Cher


4. Shadow and Bone

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Who would sing this: Amy Shark


5. These Broken Stars

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Who would sing this: Ashley Price


6. Unremembered

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Who would sing this: Sam Smith


7. All Our Yesterdays

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Who would sing this: The Beatles


8. The Sky is Everywhere

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Who would sing this: Billy Joel


9. Between Shades of Gray

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Who would sing this: Billie Eilish


10. Sleeping Murder

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Who would sing this: Panic! At the Disco


That’s a wrap!

Which one of these is your favourite?


Happy reading!

~~ Kirstie ~~

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