Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles That Sound Like They Could Be Crayola Crayon Colors

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018.  

This week’s topic is: Book Titles That Sound Like They Could Be Crayola Crayon Colors

I expected this topic to be a difficult one but as I started going through my recently read books on Goodreads I realized a lot of titles could easily be turned into crayon titles. I actually had a lot of fun with this topic, especially in imagining what the crayon would look like which is why I put my description with the book title. Let me know what you think of these crayons titles. 

  1. Vanilla Steamer by Crystal Lacy. 
    • Clearly a vanilla colored crayon that is probably slightly different shade than plain vanilla would be. 
  2. Burn Bright by Patricia Briggs. 
    • I can imagine this as a bright yellow or some bright neon color. 
  3. Perfect Matcha by Erin McLellan. 
    • A beautiful matcha colored crayon.
  4. Party Favors by Erin McLellan.
    • I  can imagine this being one of those glittery crayons.
  5. Candy Hearts by Erin McLellan. 
    • A beautiful pink that looks just like a pink candy heart from Valentine’s day candy. 
  6. Heart of Gold by Donna Grant
    • A beautiful gold that probably has glitter or shimmer in it to make it really pop. 
  7. Dark Fire by Cynthia Sax.
    • A very dark red.
  8. Being Green by Cynthia Sax.
    • A pretty but standard looking green. 
  9. Lightning Game by Christine Feehan
    • A vibrant yellow
  10. Inferno by Donna Grant
    • A fiery red crayon that has hints of orange.

Thanks for reading!

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