Title A-Z Challenge

I’ve posted loads of times already this year about my three A-Z challenges.

Well over the weekend, I finished the title challenge, so here’s my beautiful list of my 26 books starting with letters A-Z!

A

Alanna: The First Adventure – Tamora Pierce

B

The Birds and the Bees – Milly Johnson

C

The CEO – Victoria Purman

D

The Diabolic – SJ Kincaid

E

Eyes Like Mine – Sheena Kamal

F

Frogkisser! – Garth Nix

G

The Good Girlfriend’s Guide to Getting Even – Anna Bell

H

He Said/She Said – Erin Kelly

I

I’ll Be Home For Christmas – Roisin Meaney

J

The Judge’s Wife – Ann O’Loughlin

K

Kill Me Twice – Simon Booker

L

The Longest Holiday – Paige Toon

M

A Monster Calls – Patrick Ness

N

Neverwhere – Neil Gaiman

O

One of Us Is Lying – Karen M McManus

P

The Princess Bride – William Goldman

Q

A Quiet Kind of Thunder – Sara Barnard

R

Rakkety Tam – Brian Jacques

S

Second Star – Alyssa B Sheinmel

T

Three Dark Crowns – Kendare Blake

U

The Unpredictable Consequences of Love – Jill Mansell

V

Visser – KA Applegate

W

White Bodies – Jane Robins

X

Xenocide – Orson Scott Card

Y

You Had Me At Hello – Mhairí McFarlane

Z

Zenith – Sasha Alsberg, Lindsay Cummings

I haven’t counted ‘the’ or ‘a’ in titles, because I’d be here with about fifty different T books. I think that’s fair enough. It’s what libraries do!

All 26 books on this list are distinct, by 26 different authors (although I did have two books by the same author for a while, and only realised as I was typing up this post), so I’m pretty happy with how this challenge panned out. There’s a mixture on this list of women’s fiction, fantasy, sci-fi, children’s, and YA, although they’re all quite modern – I think they’re almost all published within the last decade, with one or two exceptions. Actually, most of them were published in 2017!

I’m very happy with how this particular challenge went, and I think the collection of cover art at the top isn’t too bad either – one of three challenges complete and blogged. Thumbs up!

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