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Top Ten Books with Great Lettering On the Cover

April 26: Books with [___] On the Cover (Pick a thing (a color, an item, a place, an animal, a scripty font, a sexy person, etc.) and share covers that have that thing on the cover.)

Do you prefer covers with text only, or characters and scenes?

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Top Ten 21st Century Books I Think Will Become Classics

21st Century Books I Think Will Become Classics (Submitted by Lisa of Hopewell)

My gosh! This topic is so difficult! I’ve picked 10 books (published since January 2001) that I utterly adored, but these are just the first ten that occurred to me, that should/could become classics. There’s definitely more that I’ve forgotten for the moment.

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Top Ten Books On My Spring 2022 TBR

March 15: Books On My Spring 2022 TBR

My spring TBR is a bit of a hodge-podge of upcoming readathons (Cheeky reminder: I’m running Mythothon Round 6 next month, and the announcement post with all the prompts is here.), new releases and series I’m working my way through. These are all possibilities and some might change, so let me know what opinions you have on them.

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Top Ten Books I Remembering Enjoying, but Haven’t Spoke About in Ages

The official prompt is: Books I Enjoyed, but Have Never Mentioned On My Blog, but that assumes I can actually remember what I have and haven’t talked about. I considered doing another Recent Great Reads I Didn’t Review post, but I did that a couple of weeks ago, and I’d need longer to refill my list.

So, I’m going somewhere ‘inspired’ by this weeks prompt…

Top Ten Books I Remembering Enjoying, but Haven’t Spoke About in Ages

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Top Ten Dynamic Duos

February 22: Dynamic Duos (Submitted by Elley @ Elley the Book Otter)

I‘m taking this prompt a little differently than it’s probably intended this week, and having a look at duologies instead — those I’ve enjoyed and those I’m interested in. I think duologies can be the perfect size for certain stories, especially fantasy or sci-fi, when a standalone isn’t enough and a trilogy has a week middle. I’m surprised I haven’t read more of them, to be honest.

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