Top 10 Tuesday — Unique Book Titles

24 Oct

Besides the cover art, the title of a book is one of the most important means for getting a reader to pick it up. Sometimes the title is inspired by a quote within the book, other times it is a play on words featuring the subject. Whatever, the source, I admire the authors/editors/publishers’ creativity in coming up with the title. This week the folks at The Broke And The Bookish are challenging bloggers to share Unique Book Titles. Where do I start! This truly is a tough topic. I decided to go with book titles inspired by Art/Music/Literature. Some I have read; others are languishing on my shelves. All are worthy of a look!


Top Unique Book Titles from Art, Music, and Literature



A Fool And His Monet by Sandra Orchard

Another Day, Another Dali by Sandra Orchard

Over Maya Dead Body by Sandra Orchard


Cold As Ice by M. K. Gilroy

Cuts Like A Knife by M. K. Gilroy

Every Breath You Take by M. K. Gilroy

How Sweet The Sound by Amy Sorrells

It Had To Be You by Susan May Warren

Murder Mezzo Forte by Donn Taylor

Rhapsody in Red by Donn Taylor

You’re The One That I Want by Susan May Warren



Annabel Lee by Mike Nappa

The Dashwood Sisters Tell All by Beth Patillo

Dear Mr. Knightley by Katherine Reay

Jane Austen Ruined My Life by Beth Patillo

Lizzie And Jane by Katherine Reay

The Raven by Mike Nappa


What Are Some Unique Book Titles You Love?

5 Responses to “Top 10 Tuesday — Unique Book Titles”

  1. Astilbe October 24, 2017 at 11:24 am #

    Oh, I love puns. A Full and His Monet made me giggle.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday.

  2. Mallory October 24, 2017 at 6:04 pm #

    I really like the art/music/literature spin you took on this – you’ve got some really fun book titles there. 🙂

    • rbclibrary October 24, 2017 at 8:58 pm #

      Fun titles and good books! 😉

  3. Aj @ Read All The Things! October 24, 2017 at 8:45 pm #

    I love your spin on this week’s topic. Very unique titles!

    • rbclibrary October 24, 2017 at 8:58 pm #


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