I didn’t tag anyone in this, but if you do this tag, feel free to tag me in your posts!
Also, Bree just did a Top Ten Tuesday post featuring books with numbers in the title so making this a sort of numerical week on Words About Words!!
Monday – travel day is always so tiring: name a book that feels like drinking coffee
I am not sure what this means lol. Like a book that gives me energy? A book that felt like waking up? I love coffee (probably a bit too much) so I’m going to go with a Daisy Jones & the Six that I am constantly rereading (because I am constantly drinking coffee) and it soothes my soul. See my review here, which TBH has to be updated since I’ve read it like four times since posting this.
Tuesday – you realize you forgot something important: name a book that was forgettable
I hate to say it, but Conventionally Yours by Annabeth Albert. This is a cute m/m romance that I will be sharing more of my thoughts on in my next Kindle Unlimited review post, but not much stood out in this one to me. This is a road trip romance that heavily features a game plot, but the game was veryyyy forgettable to me, even though I did love the characters.
Wednesday – you go out for an excursion for the day: name a fast-paced book
Forbidden by Karla Sorenson was SUCH a quick read. I read this in basically one setting.
Thursday – the most underrated day of the week: name an under hyped book
This is always a tad hard to answer because I read a lot of hyped/popular books. She Drives Me Crazy by Kelly Quindlen had a decent amount of hype, but I LOVED IT SO MUCH. Only in part because Scottie plays basketball.
Friday – you go out for a celebratory dinner: name a book with food on the cover
Lowkey I love this question and want to see how many books I’ve read with food on the cover. But, Rosaline Palmer Takes the Cake by Alexis Hall is a recent(ish) read that has food on the cover and the plot features food in the best way.
Saturday – you don’t want the trip to end name a book that ended in a cliffhanger
An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green. Look if I knew if this one was going to end on a cliffhanger, I’m not sure I would have picked it up.
Sunday – you’re sad the trip is over: name a book that made you cry
I’ve been crying while reading all sorts of books this year. But, I cried like three times at the end of The Charm Offensive (see my review here). I really just wanted to hug the main characters as they were going through their journeys because…ooooof.
Thanks for reading!