Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Colors In the Titles

Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday!

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is:

Today’s topic is:

Books with Colors In the Titles

These are all ones I’ve read in the past.

1. Black Lies
Author: Alessandra Torre

2. White Oleander
Author: Janet Finch

3. Fifty Shades of Grey
Author: E.L. James

4. Red Queen
Author: Victoria Aveyard

5. A Different Blue
Author: Amy Harmon

6. Bellman & Black
Author: Diane Setterfield

7. Words in Deep Blue
Author: Cath Crowley

8. The Silver Swan
Author: Amo Jones

9. Dirty Red
Author: Tarryn Fisher

10. Emerald
Author: Elle Casey


50 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books with Colors In the Titles”

  1. Fifty Shades made my list, too. That one was just too easy. 🙂 I still need to read A Different Blue.

  2. Had to smile when I saw 50 Shades of Grey, that’s the first book which sprang to mind with books with colours in the title. I adored Words in Deep Blue so pleased to see that here and I hadn’t even thought of Red Queen, that should be so obvious!

    1. It’s a “classic” so I expect to see 50 Shades a lot today. LOL. I’m glad you saw a few you loved on here.

    2. P.S. I’ll try to comment on your post through WP. When I try to reach it through my browser, it gives me some warning and doesn’t let me go to your site.

  3. I am a bit red-faced to say that I have read Fifty Shades of Gray. I also read Red Queen and enjoyed it, but the others are all new to me. It sounds like I need to check a couple of them out.

    1. No need to be red faced. I think a lot of us have read it. I hope if you find a couple to try, you like them!

  4. I was actually going to do this prompt, but the only book I could think of was Amy Harmon’s book. Then I see your list and see a couple other that I’ve read haha. I am no good at research!

  5. Great list – I saw the Setterfiled Bellman & black on another list and I haven’t read that one of hers, so on the list it goes. Did you enjoy it? – Thanks for the visit.

  6. I like your take on today’s list. I think the only book that I love and would have added on the list is ‘ The Color Purple’. Great list!

    1. I read White Oleander YEARS ago. I can’t even remember if I loved it or not, so I couldn’t tell you if it’s a must read. It was on Oprah’s book club, though.

    1. I had to go back through all my read books on GR, so it was kind of time consuming. Not as easy as it looked. I liked your topic better. 😉

  7. Words in Deep Blue and A Different Blue are both on my TBR – great picks.

    White Oleander is one I haven’t read, but for some reason, it was the first book that popped into my head when I saw the prompt. (you’d think it would at least have been a bright color, right??)

    1. I liked Red Queen, but the second book was REALLY boring. So it’s not horrible if you skip it.

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