My Blog's Name in Books



Thanks to a post from Helen @ She Reads Novels, I've just spent a fun-filled hour browsing my TBR for titles to suit this meme and writing up my post.

Lynne @ Fictionophile started this meme last month, but I hadn't come across it until now. I loved its simplicity.



There are only three rules:

1. Spell out your blog's name.

2. Find a book from your TBR that begins with each letter (the books must already be on your Goodread’s TBR).

3. Have fun!

My blog name is not that long and I didn't have any hard letters to find titles for though I did have to find a few beginning with the same letter. To make it a little more challenging, I discounted the book titles in my TBR beginning with the word "the". Here's my result:


A
DARN
GOOD
READ

Have you read any of these books? Are you tempted to give this meme a try?

6 comments:

  1. That's an interesting selection of books. I loved Dear Mrs Bird and Dead Man's Embers. I've also read Days Without End and although it's not one of my favourite Sebastian Barry books, the writing is beautiful.

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    1. I've not read anything by Sebastian Barry. This was the first book of his that caught my eye. I'm hoping to read Dear Mrs Bird soon.

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  2. How did you discover Eleanor's Secret?
    I'm curious as she is a local author at our little Indy bookshop and we're hosting a book event for her in a couple of weeks. Her first book sold well in our area, but I wasn't sure how much further afield she had been known.

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    1. Hi Brona, I've known about this book since the beginning of the year and wrote a post in March about books being released in the coming months (https://adarngoodread.blogspot.com.au/2018/03/some-excellent-reading-ahead.html). I'd read Maggie's Kitchen so was on the look out for this author's next novel. I regularly do an internet search for new titles. Not quite sure where I heard about it first as my sources are many and include my local library's online catalogue, Booktopia, Allen and Unwin, Historical Novel Society etc. I live in rural Victoria and rarely visit bookshops, so I definitely discovered this book on line.

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