TCL’s #SomethingDifferentSunday – Spell the Month in Books #1!

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I just discovered Jana and her blog Reviews from the Stacks. Jana created this fun, monthly book meme. Now, to be fair, Jana runs a link party for this which takes place on the second Saturday of every month. But I’ve seen other bloggers do this as well, at different times of the month. I’m hoping Jana won’t mind my barging in here, since I’ve been meaning to try this for a long time. Also, I had a window between reviews, so I figured there’s no time like the present, right? Plus, why not start with the easiest month of the year, the one with the fewest number of letters!

For my first try, I think I’ll do this with only books I’ve given 5/5 stars!

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M

is for “The Music Shop” by Rachel Joyce:

A

is for “Anil’s Ghost” by Michael Ondaatje:

Y

is for “Yours Cheerfully” by AJ Pearce:

And… there you have it! My five star spelling of the month in books!

Simple, right? You’ll find links to my reviews in the titles of each book.

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12 thoughts on “TCL’s #SomethingDifferentSunday – Spell the Month in Books #1!

    1. Ah, but I have three more books I’ve reviewed that start with Y – mind you, they’re all 4.5 star rated, but that’s still pretty good. Mind you, none of the books that start with J are 5/5 star rated… Hm…

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    1. Anil’s Ghost is about a woman Sri Lankan who is a forensic anthropologist – Anil – returns to Sri Lanka to investigate the organized murder campaigns that took place there. Stunningly written (as all of Ondaatje’s books are), and fascinating, with a great mystery included!

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  1. Hi there, I’m glad you found tag and enjoyed it! Always happy to see more people join in at any time of the month. Also, I love how you showcased multiple covers for each book; it’s fun to see the different ones. Happy Reading!

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