Happy Tuesday! Today’s theme for Top Ten Tuesday is books with bookish characters and what a fun topic that is! It’s also a neverending one haha so I limited myself to releases within the last year or we would be here for about five posts worth of content. Be they bookworms or booksellers or authors or librarians, these bookish characters are our people, y’all!
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The Viscount’s Lady Novelist by Alissa Baxter
Meet Me in the Margins by Melissa Ferguson
Until Leaves Fall in Paris by Sarah Sundin
A Season on the Wind by Suzanne Woods Fisher
Berlin Bookmobile series by Shelley Shepard Gray
My review of An Amish Surprise
Body and Soul Food by Abby Collette
The Mistletoe Countess by Pepper Basham
Beloved Bookworm Mystery series by Dorothy St. James
My review of The Broken Spine and A Perfect Bind
Along a Storied Trail by Ann H. Gabhart
No Ordinary Christmas by Belle Calhoune
What about you? What are some books with bookish characters you’ve read recently? What’s your fave type of bookish character to read about – a bookworm, a bookseller, an author, or a librarian? Or all of the above?
Body and Soul Food looks like a cute read!
My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/top-ten-tuesday-bookish-characters/
Great list, Carrie!!!
Meet Me In the Margins looks adorable, I’m definitely adding that to my TBR!
The Bookseller’s Promise by Beth Wiseman was a great one I read recently.
Ooh! Right now I’m reading Jen Turano’s To Write a Wrong about a heroine who’s a novelist who writes murder mysteries under a male pen name. She’s such a unique and fun character, and I’m loving the comedic portrayal of authors and their foibles!
I’ve seen Meet Me in the Margins a couple of times today. I’m curious now about it.