01 January 2013

What's in a Name 6: Emotion

Here's the place to link up your reviews of books with an emotion in the title.

If you don't have a blog or don't write reviews, please mark your progress in the comments.

If Mr. Linky ever disappears, just leave a comment or come back and link up later. Or email me (see contact icons in the sidebar) and I'll add your link when Mr. Linky is fixed.


Tea 1/5/13, 5:35 AM  

Beth, I made a mistake putting up my link. It's up there three times:3, 4, 5. Number 5 is the best link. Sorry to cause an error.

Tea 1/5/13, 5:36 AM  

Two is also wrong.

dog eared copy 1/14/13, 9:39 AM  

I finished The House of Mirth (by Edith Wharton) yesterday along with a blogger friend of mine; and we were just discussing what we thought "the word" might be! Tomorrow we're discussing Lily Bart vs Jane Eyre and, also "Oh, Lily!" moments (a.k.a "Is Lily stupid or what?" (I contend that she is, but I suspect my blogger friend is going to defend her!)) Later on, we're going to watch the movie together a la tweetchat. The more I think about this book, the more I marvel at the story's construction and Edith Wharton's writing. I haven't sorted out all my thoughts on the book yet, at least not enough for a review, but I do highly recommend it, especially as a book club selection: There are a lot of things to talk about! :-)

Unknown 1/26/13, 8:22 PM  

I finally got it together enough to write a review for The House of Mirth! :-)

Scayley 2/4/13, 4:02 AM  

I have chosen Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austin and Seth Grahame-Smith for this category.

Rachelle21 2/9/13, 12:16 PM  

I am using Cat Spitting Mad for emotion. The cover of the book really shows a cat mad.

Unknown 2/11/13, 8:32 AM  

Another book done for the challenge, this sees me half way through the challenge and this one was one of my favourites.

Jane 3/3/13, 11:54 AM  

For the Emotion category, I read Blue Murder by Emma Jameson (book #2 in the Lord & Lady Hetheridge mystery series).

grammajudyb 3/4/13, 2:02 PM  

Looks like everyone is haveing fun with this category. There are some I never would have looked at as emotion, but they certainly are. I seemed to get stuck, with love, or hate, or anger or sorrow. I really like looking at all the choices.

Ruby // Rustled Pages 3/12/13, 3:10 PM  

I'm guessing 'wonder' counts as an emotion..? I think so.

Librarybug 4/4/13, 5:49 PM  

I think 'lonely' counts as an emotion. Also planning on reading Joy for Beginners. I'm finally starting the challenge!

Mary R. 4/10/13, 12:05 PM  

I had been planning to read Kissed a Sad Goodbye for my "emotion" book, but when I wrote my post on Bitter Brew I realized that bitter is an emotion so I went with that. Fascinating book!

Carine 5/1/13, 2:07 PM  

I'm now halfway into the challenge! And I had to misspell the title :-(

Paula 5/30/13, 12:24 AM  

Book #5 just posted and on to the final one for this years challenge!

Gypsi 6/13/13, 1:34 AM  

I read Joy in the Morning by P.G. Wodehouse. :)

hannah 6/14/13, 1:04 AM  

Love Does, by Bob Goff. The best, most inspiring book I've read this year!

Buried In Print 10/3/13, 9:28 PM  

Tamara Levine’s But Hope is Longer: Navigating the Country of Breast Cancer was definitely an emotional read for this category, but well worthwhile. I wholeheartedly recommend it.

Captain Nick Sparrow 10/29/13, 10:39 PM  

I just added my review for If Jack's In Love, which may be one of my favorite books I've read this year. Thanks again for hosting this challenge!

Katy McCoy 11/23/13, 8:45 PM  

Books Can be Deceiving by Jenn McKinlay 4/5,

He Who Fears the Wolf by Karin Fossum 5/5,

Confidence Woman by Judith VanGeison 4/5;

Bad Faith by Thurlo by 4/5; and

Fearful Symmetry by Morag Joss 4/5

Beth 12/31/13, 9:14 PM  

This is a fun category! I got:

The Geography of Bliss
Kris Longknife: Furious
Happy Ever After
Faith, Hope, and Ivy June

Geography of Bliss is my favorite.

Thanks for stopping by. I read all comments and may respond here, via e-mail, or on your blog. I visit everyone who comments, but not necessarily right away.

I cannot turn off word verification, but if you are logged into Blogger you can ignore the captcha. I have set posts older than 14 days to be on moderation. I can no longer accept anonymous comments. I'm so sorry if this means you have to register or if you have trouble commenting.


All content and photos (except where noted) copyright © cbl for Beth Fish Reads 2008-2020. All rights reserved.



To The Blogger Guide, Blogger Buster, Tips Blogger, Our Blogger Templates, BlogU, and Exploding Boy for the code for customizing my blog. To Old Book Illustrations for my ID photo. To SEO for meta-tag analysis. To Blogger Widgets for the avatars in my comments and sidebar gadgets. To Review of the Web for more gadgets. To SuziQ from Whimpulsive for help with my comments section. To Cool Tricks N Tips for my Google +1 button.

Quick Linker



  © Blogger template Coozie by Ourblogtemplates.com 2008

Back to TOP