Top Ten Tuesday; Books That Made Me Laugh Out Loud

It's Tuesday and time for a new Top Ten Tuesday post, courtesy of That Artsy Reader Girl. The theme of the week was books that made me laugh out loud.


Here's my picks.

The Hocus Pocus Magic Shop by Abigail Drake

How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper

The Little Bookshop of Love Stories by Jaimie Admans

The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend by Katarina Bivald

Endangered (Daughter of Hades - Book One) by Dani Hoots

The Diary of a Bookseller by Shaun Bythell

Confessions of a Bookseller by Shaun Bythell

Seven Kind of People You Find in Bookshops by Shaun Bythell

Aru Shah and the End of Time by Roshani Chokshi

Aru Shah and the Song of Death by Roshani Chokshi

Comments

  1. Endangered sounds interesting.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday.

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  2. I adore the title for How Not to Die Alone! So creative.

    My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/top-ten-tuesday-books-that-made-me-laugh-out-loud/

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  3. I've really enjoyed the Roshani Chokshi books I've read so far (the first two Gilded Wolves books, well I'm still in the midst of finishing the second one) so I definitely have to check out her Aru Shah series soon.
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2021/02/23/top-ten-tuesday-304/

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    1. Feel free to check them out. You're in for a treat. :-)

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  4. Seven Kind of People You Find in Bookshops by Shaun Bythell - Now that sounds awesome. But I do wonder, only *SEVEN* kinds? Haha, I thought there's be more. :D Happy TTT

    ~Top 10 Tuesday Post @Lexlingua

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  5. I need to read Seven Kinds of People as I lived The diary of a bookseller. Happy reading! My TTT https://readwithstefani.com/books-that-made-me-laugh-out-loud/

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    1. If you loved The Diary of a Bookseller, I think you would love this one too. :-)

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