I’m not particularly reliable when it comes to sticking with a meme every week, but I do always enjoy seeing what the Top 5 Tuesday topics are! This weekly meme is hosted by Meeghan Reads — check out upcoming topics here.
This week’s topic is Top 5 books with the 5 W’s in the title — which Meeghan is defining as who, what, when, where, why in book titles. What fun! It was hard to narrow it down, so I decided to include only books that I’ve actually read, and finally I came up with a list of books, one per “W”.
My books with one of the five Ws in the title:
- The Woman Who Rides Like a Man (Lioness Quartet, #3) by Tamora Pierce
- What Moves the Dead by T. Kingfisher
- When Sorrows Come (October Daye, #15) by Seanan McGuire
- Where the Lost Wander by Amy Harmon
- Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler & Maira Kalman
Just for fun… I’m wondering:
- Who recommended the books on your list?
- What about them caught your eye?
- When did you read them?
- Where did you get your copies?
- Why would you recommend them to other readers?
Or, to keep it simple: What books made your list this week?
14 thoughts on “Top 5 Tuesday: Top 5 books with the 5 Ws in the title”
I’m too quick to opt out I’m afraid. I couldn’t find any W words in books on my shelves this week. Love your choices though
Thanks! I was actually overflowing with the Ws — hard to choose just 5 ! 🙂
You’ve obviously got my share too 😃
That’s a great topic!
It was fun… and didn’t make me think too hard. 🙂
Good job! 🙌
Same here on sticking with memes.
And I like the questions you posted at the end! Let’s see…
– I chose the books on my list at random.
– A combo of cover art and if the title fit the question is what attracted me to them.
– The two I completed I read years ago.
– I mostly got my copies from Barnes & Noble, I think.
– The two I read are good reads, so that’s why I recommend them.
Awesome! Thanks for playing along 🙂
What a fun topic! Makes me wonder if I could find all five Ws in titles I’ve read…hmm…I’ll have to go look. ;D
I like this kind of topic — not forcing me to be too creative at the end of the workday, but fun to go and see what I can find! 🙂
Exactly… easy and fun!
This is a fun topic, I’m pretty sure I could come up with all the W’s in titles as well😁
I love when a post topic is this much fun (and no work) to put together 🙂