Top Ten Tuesday! Books with Geographical Terms in the Title

Posted September 13, 2022 by WendyW in Blogging, Bloglinks, Book Blog Meme, bookblogger / 77 Comments

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. Each week a new theme is suggested for bloggers to participate in. Create your own Top Ten list that fits that topic – putting your unique spin on it if you want. Everyone is welcome to join but please link back to The Artsy Reader Girl in your own Top Ten Tuesday post.

Today’s Top 10: Books with Geographical Terms in the Title

Today’s topic is Books with Geographical Terms in the Title. I decided I would do one book for one term. I think I could have done all 10 with the term beach If I didn’t narrow the topic!

1. Virgin River by Robyn Carr.

2. The Mapmaker’s Daughter by Clare Marchant

3. Out of the Clear Blue Sky by Kristan Higgins.

4. Part of Your World by Abby Jimenez.

5. The Beach Trap by Ali Brady.

6. Summer on the Island by Brenda Novak.

7. The Belle of Belgrave Square by Mimi Matthews

8. Summer at the Cape by RaeAnne Thayne.

9. Celebration at Christmas Cove by Carrie Jansen.

10. Welcome to the School by the Sea by Jenny Colgan

Have you read any of these books? Can you list any books with Geographical Terms in the Title? Comment below!

77 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday! Books with Geographical Terms in the Title

  1. Nice list. This caught my eye as I was thinking of adding a challenge for my goals to include 10 books at different locations on the title. (Beach, lake, mountain, wood, river etc. ). So this gives me some ideas. 🙂

  2. KAJDBWJSBDHWIISBS I LOVE THIS LIST SO MUCH YOUR ENTIRE COLLECTION IS SO UNIQUE!!!!!! I haven’t heard of any of the books you mentioned, but ALL THE COVERS LOOK FABULOUS??? especially the one for The Belle of Belgrave Square ITS STUNNINGNESS and I kind of wish to check out the book just for that?? I LOVE THIS POST SO MUCH

  3. I haven’t heard of any of these, but well done because I had to twist the theme as I couldn’t find that many books with Geographical Terms in the title! Some of these do have fun titles though – Welcome To The School by the Sea sounds interesting!

    Thank you so much for stopping by my blog!


  4. I used Virgin River, too. And I think it would be possible to use RaeAnne Thayne books only for this prompt. So many of her titles seem to include a geographical aspect (cove, trail, cape, road, etc).

  5. These are great choices. Part Of Your World is nice, and I’ve seen the Virgin River series on Netflix but haven’t read the series.