Thursday, September 9, 2010

Title Talk on Thursday - New Meme, Join in......

Why I decided to start this meme - When I read a book and come across the title, it always brings a sense of accomplishment and I think clever, interesting or I just smile with that ahh moment. So I decided to create this meme hoping it starts great conversation on each others blogs especially when we have read the same book.

Title Talk on Thursday

Title Talk on Thursday is a NEW weekly bookish meme, hosted by Tea Time with Marce. A time to share opinions on how the title represented the story, while networking and adding to your Wishlist. All Genre's of Books are Welcomed.

Comment and leave the following:




*Summary of the book

*Include a Teaser sentence the Title was used in if it is NOT a SPOILER

*Opinion on Title, is it a clever title, a grab your attention title, is it original, does it match the genre,etc

*Link to Your Review

Thank you for visiting Tea Time with Marce, I appreciate all comments and participation. Have fun with the Title Talk this week.

Leave your Title Talk Link here.


My Title Talk

*Title - After You

*Author - Julie Buxbaum

*Genre - Women's Fiction

*Summary of the book - From Amazon - Book Description

The complexities of a friendship. The unexplored doubts of a marriage. And the redemptive power of literature... Julie Buxbaum, the acclaimed author of The Opposite of Love, delivers a haunting, gloriously written novel about love, family, and the secrets we hide from each other--and ourselves.

*Opinion on Title, After You was very fitting for this story.  With discussion I would think the reader would think You represents different characters in the book or it could be the past, present, future or maybe it is all of them at different times, hmmmm.  I don't want to say to much but for those that have read the book the ending can be wrapped as the After You also, don't you think :-)

*Link to Your Review - After You review


  1. This really is a great idea for a meme although I may not make it every week. I think it will work well with giving some attention to favourite books reviewed a while ago.

  2. I like how the title and cover work together :)

  3. Reading the summary brought to mind issues of communication maybe. A sort of ' you go first, I'll go after you'.
    It's a very interesting title will lots of possible meanings.


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