Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Posts for Readers Who Like Creative TTT PostsMarch 10, 2015
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One upside to not generating my own content is having way more time to sift through my Feedly and read everyone else's posts! (Never mind the fact that I still have an unread count of 400+... la la la.) Today brought some especially good ones, with The Broke and Bookish's Top Ten Tuesday fill-in-the-blank prompt: top ten books for readers who like ________.
In lieu of my own list, here are ten of the most creative responses I saw today. Some are from blogs I already follow, and a few are from new-to-me bloggers. If you don't follow these blogs already, go check these awesome lists out:
- Shannon at River City Reading shares her top ten books for fans of Wes Anderson films.
- Leah at Books Speak Volumes talks ten books for people who like their female characters with a rebellious streak (or, y'know, complete personality). (Happy Women's History Month!)
- Julianne at Outlandish Lit writes about ten books for people who dig experimental formats. She's weird (read: awesome) like that.
- Trish at Love, Laughter and a Touch of Insanity shares ten books for people who love random factoids. Me, me, me!
- Stefani at Caught Read Handed lists ten comic books for people who'd like to get into comics.
- M of Backlist Books shares ten books for people who like books about reading. Because what bookworm doesn't love those?
- Sarah at What Sarah Read talks ten books for "readers who like to have their feels destroyed." Um, yes.
- Cait at Paper Fury writes about books for readers looking to appease their inner con artists. She includes a few movies for good measure.
- Amanda at The Zen Leaf shares ten books for readers who like friendship in their fiction. Because, really, it doesn't always have to be about the romance.
- Finally, Sarah at Sarah Says Read talks her top ten books for readers who like science. As a not-so-closeted science nerd, her list was totally written for me.
Did you see any super awesome lists that I missed? (I'm sure you did; there are bazillions.) Link me up!