Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Top Ten Tuesday - COLORS

While the folks at The Broke and the Bookish take a break for the summer, I am having fun adding my own unique twist to Top Ten Tuesday posts. Carrie from Reading is my SuperPower gave me the idea to use Pantone's 2017 Spring/Summer color palette. In case you are unfamiliar with what those colors are, here ya go:

I LOVE colors! And these are FUN and BRIGHT! I decided to stick with the book spines since they are easier for me to see on the shelf and book spines don't get enough love. I also hd to stick to books I actually own a print copy of (or that isn't loaned out at the moment) So here we go...

Rebellious Heart - Jody Hedlund

I have yet to read this one, but I adore Jody Hedlund!

Treasure Island - Robert Louis Stevenson

The Secret of Pembrooke Park - Julie Klassen

This book is probably my favorite Julie Klassen book to date! Such a good one! My Review

The Things We Knew - Catherine West

I promise the spine is orange! Another one on my TBR.

The Magnolia Duchess - Beth White

This is such a good series! And they have the perfect colors....My Review.

The Creole Princess - Beth White

See, I told you...Perfect colors! I don't have the first one in the series, but I can bet I could have used it for the Hazelnut. My Review.

Chasing Secrets - Lynette Eason

I can't wait to read this one! I have had an ARC for a couple months now...and haven't been able to dive into it! :( 

Every Girl Gets Confused - Janice Thompson

I won this book in the big giveaway for CFRR last year! I haven't read it yet, but I love the colors!

The Bachelor Girl's Guide to Murder - Rachel McMillan

Ok, so it isn't QUITE perfect...but...close right? And in person the cover does look closer to the Kale. My Review.

For the Record - Regina Jennings

A cute Ozarks romance story! My Review.

Thanks for joining my today! What color is your favorite? Do you have any books with that color on the cover/spine?


  1. This is PERFECT!! I love!! So pretty!

    1. YAAAAY! Thank you for the inspiration!

  2. Oh I love all the muted colors!!! So chill and I'd love to curl up with any one of those books!

  3. Yay! You got Bachelor Girls in the mix!

  4. What a fun idea! My sister owns a T-shirt company, and I'm always checking the "new" Pantone colors with her, but I had no idea that For the Record was trending. Thanks for including the book! (And Betsy is a bit of a hazelnut, herself.)

    1. How fun! Yes I agree! I love Betsy!

  5. This is SUCH a cool idea, Rachel. I love using colors to relate to bookish things (*ahem* such as bookstagram ;D), so seeing that translate for a Top Ten Tuesday post is neat. :)


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