Words in the Title – ‘I’

words in the title

This will the most random way of finding new exciting reads. Each week I’ll choose some random word and I’ll try to find books with this word in the title that I find interesting. This might result in my TBR growing exponentially. Each week though, I’ll first look if there’s a book that I already read that has this word in the title.

This week’s word is: I

There is a plenty of books to choose from to feature in this post. Word ‘I’ is definitely one of the most popular words used in the titles (judging by my Goodreads bookshelf only).

– Books I’ve read –

– Books I want to read –

  • I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith – highly recommended by my friend, story of a seventeen-year-old girl who aspires to write a book.
  • If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo – YA love story with strong LGBT+ representation
  • See What I Have Done by Sarah Schmidt – “In this riveting debut novel, Sarah Schmidt recasts one of the most fascinating murder cases of all time into an intimate story of a volatile household and a family devoid of love.”
  • Ain’t I a Woman: Black Women and Feminism by bell hooks – must-read about nature of black womanhood, racism within the feminist movement, impact of sexism on black women during slavery and more.

There are many more books I could put in this category, but those four are the ones I’m most excited about reading right now.

– Books I do not want to read –

Words for next weeks:

12th February – love

19th February – you

26th February – winter

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