Ten Questionable Book Titles

Posted July 13, 2021 by elzaread in Top Ten Tuesday / 55 Comments

Greetings Humans. We haven’t done a Top Ten Tuesday Post in weeks, oh how we miss it. I wish I could say we have a fun and quirky post for you today, but I can hardly think straight at the moment. Our country is looking like a scene from a post apocalyptic movie. The National Defense Force is being called into action, but the burning and looting of businesses, factories, pack houses, ag you name it, are still continuing.

Sky News

So we are just going to list the first 10 books we can think of today with questions in the titles. Luckily my Mommy has a special compartment in her little brain just for books.

3. How does your garden grow? by Agatha Christie

You all know the drill, add your link to the linky provided by our host, Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl and pay a visit to your fellow Top Ten Tuesday friends.
And if you have a second to spare, please say a prayer for South Africa. We really need it.
Lots of Love,



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55 responses to “Ten Questionable Book Titles

  1. Hope things have or continue to calm in your country.

    Despite loving Agatha Christie adaptation, I haven't read any of her books. Someday perhaps I should remedy this! Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland last week.

  2. I am amazed how you can keep that little part of your brain for all things bookish. Sending good thoughts for you and your country as well.

    • Thanks dear Debbie. Things are better today. I just hope and pray it will stay like this so that the clean up and restoring can begin. Food and fuel shortages are a big reality in certain areas now.

    • Here in our little coastal town, all is calm and peaceful. We are very grateful for that. A few other small towns have not been as fortunate.

      Thanks for the love and concern!

  3. I also have "Where Are the Children?" on my list. I have not heard of the rest. I will be praying for you and all that is going on in South Africa.

    • Thank you Cindy. Every little prayer helps. My sister is a huge Mary Higgins Clark fan, so I know most of her books as well and they tend to sneak into my posts on a regular basis.

      Thanks for stopping by!

  4. Who's Afriad fo Virginia Woolf is the classic along with Are You There, God, it's me, Margaret

    I've been thinking a lot about you and your country lately. I do hope things get better and that people stay safe.

    • Thank you Dear Helen, it's been better today and I did end up reading a bit yesterday. So life is a bit more back to normal.


  5. I hope things in South Africa get easier soon!

    Great list! We have Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf in common this week. But I really need to read Agatha Christie at some point too.

    My TTT

    • Hi there Lauren, I've used Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf on more than one occasion and an Agatha Christie is bound to make it one of my list for most posts! LOL!!

    • Thanks Greg, here where we live, things are okay. But we do have friends and family in the affected areas and it's especially bad in KZN.

      I also liked that cover the most!

  6. Great list and I'm excited to see we have some of the same titles listed! I'm so sorry to hear about what's going on in your country. Hopefully you will be able to relax a little and things will calm down soon.

    • Hi there Katherine, still chaos here with us. But we continue to pray for peace and that things will calm down soon.

      I always love it when we have books in common and Agatha Christie is a sure win!

  7. So sorry to hear about what's going on in your country, I hope things calm down soon!

    The only book in your list that I've read is Where'd you go, Bernadette? and I loved it!

    • Hi there Vicki. Today was still rough in some provinces, but we continue to pray for peace.

      I also loved Where'd you go Bernadette. One sitting read for me!

    • Hi Lindsey! Thank you so much. Still chaos out there, but we continue praying.

      There really is a special compartment in my brain only for books and it appears I can access it with the slightest of thought. LOL.

      Thanks for stopping by!

  8. There is too much inequality between humans, between countries, between factions.
    Folks try and try and try, but in the end, they lash out when feeling unheard.
    Where'd you go, Bernadette? was a pretty good book.

    • We have huge inequality issues here in SA and it counts for such a broad spectrum here. But still, looting and violence will only make the problems so much worse. Within three days of riots, we are already faced with shortages on food, fuel and medicine. Vaccine roll outs have been stopped completely in certain parts of the country as well. So this is one huge disaster at the moment.

      Thanks for your support, we appreciate it so much.

  9. Oh no! I'm so sorry terrible things are happening in your country. I believe in the power of prayer and will absolutely send some up for you and your fellow South Africans. Stay safe out there.

    On a happier note, you found some great titles. Happy TTT!

    • Thank you Susan! It's rather difficult to find things that draws your attention away from the current situation in our country, but blogging and support from all you guys does help.

      All prayers are welcome for sure. Thanks so much.

  10. I'm so sorry so much bad is happening where you live! But I love your choices for this week's TTT, especially the Agatha Christie ones.

    • Thank you so much. I struggle a bit to be proudly South African at the moment, but this too shall pass and we pray it will be soon.

  11. Ohno it’s horrible! Hopefully things gets better for your country soon, i’m so sorry ?

    Great picks of books!

    Kristina @ books-and-dachshunds.com

  12. My comment cut out when I hit enter to add on–I just also wanted to add sorry I am about everything going on in your country. It sounds so scary and I hope you are staying safe! I hadn't heard too much about it until your post, and it just sounds awful. I hope things can start to maybe improve soon. Be well!

    • Hi there Jordan! N or M is a really good Agatha Christie. I think I need to read it again as a matter of fact.

      We still watch Murder she Wrote and my cellphone's ringtone is the theme song to the TV show.

      I also enjoyed this week's TTT!

  13. I feel like I read Where Are the Children? years ago but can’t remember anything about it. Did you like it?

    I’m so sorry there is so much unrest in South Africa. That must be so frightening. You and your family are in my thoughts. I hope peace returns soon for you.

    Thank you for stopping by my post earlier!

    • Hi Lydia! I've read most of Mary Higgins Clark's books, but I can hardly remember any of them! As soon as I start reading it again, it normally tends to come back to me. LOL. It was one of her earlier ones and I liked those ones more.

      Thanks for the kind words and for thinking of us. We sure need it.

    • Hi there Diane, we are on day 3 and although it did calm down in certain areas, there are still unrests in many places. Food, fuel and medicine shortages are now our immediate concerns.

      Thanks for the kind words!

  14. The unrest in your country is really unfortunate. I guess the promises have been waiting a long time. I didn't know about it until I read your post, and then looked for the news, which is pretty grim. Good luck!

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