Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles That Would Be Great Crayon Names

Posted April 13, 2021 by meezcarrie in Christian, contemporary, cozy mystery, historical, mystery/suspense, romance, Top Ten Tuesday / 16 Comments


Happy Tuesday! Today’s theme for Top Ten Tuesday is super fun – Book Titles That Would Be Great Crayon Names. I’ve always wanted to be the person who names crayon & paint colors, so this gave me a little taste of what that would be like. I’m not looking to change careers anytime soon but this is something I can fall back on if needed haha

If Plum Upside Down by Valerie Comer were a crayon name, it would of course be a rich plum purple.


I love the purple in the cover of Tiaras & Teacups by Melissa McClone but I think if this title were a crayon name it would be a princessy pink.


If Lynn Cahoon’s One Poison Pie were a crayon name, it would have to be a poison green tone.


If Ink and Shadows (by Ellery Adams) were a crayon name, it would be an inky blue.


This may be a bit on the nose, but if Janice Peacock’s Aloe & Goodbye were a crayon name, it would of course be an aloe green.


If Chris Fabry’s A Piece of the Moon were a crayon name, it would definitely be a moon gray.


Even though the cover has a purple sky (which I LOVE), when I think of Autumn Skies (by Denise Hunter) as a crayon name, I can’t help but associate it with that gorgeous blue of a September sky.


This is completely different from the cover (which is gorgeous, btw) but I think if Jody Hedlund’s Besotted was a crayon name it would be a blush pink.


If As Easy As Cherry Pie by Bell Renshaw were a crayon name, it would of course be a cherry red. Anyone else want some pie now? Just me?


How could The Ice Swan by J’nell Ciesielski be any other crayon color but an icy blue?


What about you? What are some book titles you think would make great crayon names?

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16 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Book Titles That Would Be Great Crayon Names

  1. MJSH

    Red Canary would be a fun name. A Tapestry of Light for a glittery yellow-green, When Twilight Breaks for a darker grey/navy blue.

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