Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Top Ten Tuesday-Authors that gravitate toward Geographical Terms

Happy Tuesday, my bookish friends!! I hope you all are doing well. Today's Top Ten Tuesday topic is: Books with Geographical Terms in the Title (for example: mountain, island, latitude/longitude, ash, bay, beach, border, canyon, cape, city, cliff, coast, country, desert, epicenter, hamlet, highway, jungle, ocean, park, sea, shore, tide, valley, etc. For a great list, click here!) (Submitted by Lisa of Hopewell). I was struggling with this a bit so I tweaked it. Today I am featuring three authors who tend to gravitate toward geographical terms. Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and you can head over there to see what our other bookish friends are up to today. 

3 Authors who gravitate toward geographical terms in their titles:

Jaime Jo Wright (all the books I have read by her have been 5 stars and I still need to catch up on her books)


 
Denise Hunter (Her books are solid 4-5 star reads)

Lisa Wingate (Her books are also solid 4 star reads)

Have you read any of these authors? Who is an author you have read that you notice tends to use geographical terms in their titles?

What did you do for this week? I would love for you to share in the comments. To see what other topics our bookish friends are doing this week click on the image below.  

 

54 comments:

  1. On the Cliffs of Foxglove Manor is such a descriptive title.

    My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/top-ten-tuesday-books-with-geographical-terms-in-the-title/

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  2. What a clever spin off Cindy! I am definitely going to take a look at Jaime Jo Wright's books, they immediately draw my attention.

    Happy TTT!

    Elza Reads

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  3. Oh I love your twist to the topic! I haven't read any of these authors yet though, but it's fun to see how they gravitate toward geographical terms in their titles.

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  4. Fun that you went with three authors and their books for this week's TTT! I've read books by both Denise Hunter and Lisa Wingate that I quite enjoyed. And I want to read more of Hunter's books for sure. :)

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    1. Lark, I need to catch up on all three of them!

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  5. I like the Wright book titles, sounds mysterious though I have no clue what they're about. This TTT prompt is a bit difficult but you've made a nice list.

    Thanks for visiting my list. Have a lovely day.

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  6. What an interesting twist on the topic, Cindy! And thanks for visiting my blog, Notes in the Margin.

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  7. I like your tweak. I wish I would've thought of it. It think it would've made this prompt a bit easier, lol. I haven't read any of these authors, but I do see some books I'd like to add to my TBR. :D

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    1. Jenni, exactly, that's why I did it, LOL! I hope you do add some to your list :)

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  8. It’s interesting to see what patterns authors make with their titles and with many other topics. I think you can learn a lot about someone that way.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thanks for stopping by earlier!

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  9. For some reason I continue to be surprised when a list has books/authors I haven't heard of. But, there's so many there's no way anyone could have heard of them ALL! Right? I don't know any of them but Jamie Jo Wright bears looking into. Thanks!
    Terrie @ Bookshelf Journeys

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  10. That's a great way to do this- using authors who tend to use terms. Great idea! Some of these covers are so atmospheric.

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  11. What a great twist, Cindy. I love Denise Hunter's books. I have not read anything by Jaime Jo Wright, but will check a couple of these out.

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    1. Thanks Carla, I hope you enjoy her books, she is a wonderful writer!

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  12. When I was scouring my Goodreads booklists for this topic, I also noticed that certain authors tend to use geographical terms repeatedly in their titles. Very interesting!

    Happy TTT!

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  13. We could have had so many more in common, but I already had so many other water-related ones. But I should have used them all anyway!! Great list :)

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    1. And I did not even search for hill on my GR list, so Foster Hill didn't occur to me. What a dunce! lol

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    2. Sarah, LOL, not a dunce, it's hard to think of ALL THE WORDS!! So many to choose from.

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  14. I love how you took the topic and made it about the authors. I love Lisa Wingate's books too.

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  15. I haven't read any of these, but your twist is fabulous!

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  16. Oh I love Jamie Jo Wright's books!!!

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  17. They look good. I haven't read any of these authors! One day I might have time to investigate some of their works!

    Have a great week!

    Emily @ Budget Tales Book Blog

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  18. Great list! I’ve read 8 of the books listed. Just finished Souls of Lost Lake.

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    1. Beckie, I have not gotten to that one yet...sigh!

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    1. Deanna, there were so many great options it was hard to use them all!

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  20. Good way to spin off the topic!
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2022/09/13/top-ten-tuesday-385/

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  21. How interesting that you found four titles each of the authors, I doubt I could ever make that.

    Thanks for visiting my TTT this week.

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  22. This is a neat twist on the topic, how fun!

    Thanks for visiting my TTT earlier. :)

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  23. I like the sound of the Denise Hunter books!

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    1. Marg, I really enjoy her writing, they are usually sweet romance stories with relatable characters.

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  24. Denise's books were always so good! I haven't read anything by her in a long time, but what I did read were always so entertaining and good. :) Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland on this week. Really appreciate that.

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    1. Rissi, I stopped reading her for a while too, only because there are SO many great authors ;)

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