I rarely take part in blog memes or tags but when I saw this one it looked like so much fun!
Cleo from Cleopatra Loves Books and Nicki from The Secret Library did a great job with it, so I thought I’d join in. I got my meme from Lynne at Fictionophile. Check out their posts as well as mine.
If you want to join in yourself, here are the rules:
Find a book on your bookshelves that contains (either on the cover or in the title) an example for each of twenty categories.
You must have a separate book for all 20, get as creative as you want and do it within five minutes!! (or longer if you have way too many books on way too many overcrowded shelves!)
I hope that the books I chose pique the interest of some of you reading this post. I do not keep books I have already read, so these are books I have not read yet. As you can see, I read a pretty eclectic mix of books. It took me 17 minutes to select them, a lot longer to do this post. I think these books will be my TBR list for May unless I get to some of them this month. Enjoy.
Murder with Cinnamon Scones (Daisy’s Tea Garden Mystery #2) by Karen Rose Smith
The Children’s Train: Escape on the Kindertransport by Jana Zinser
Ivy Get Your Gun (Ivy Meadows Mysteries #4) by Cindy Brown
A Dog’s Way Home: A Novel (A Dog’s Purpose) by W. Bruce Cameron
Early One Morning by Virginia Baily
#6 Something you read
The Love Letter by Rachel Hauck
#7 Body of water
The Holiday Cottage by the Sea by Holly Martin
#8 Product of fire
Coal River by Ellen Marie Wiseman
The Rise of the Red Queen (Red Solaris Mystery, #2) by Bourne Morris
The Salt House by Lisa Duffy
#11 Item of clothing
#12 Family member
#13 Time of day
#15 Paranormal being
#19 Celestial body
#20 Something that grows
This was a fun tag. I will admit, once I selected them as I was putting the post together, I did make a couple of switches. I hope you will check some of these books out.
This is just a fun tag so if you are interested in doing it, consider yourself tagged. Happy reading.