Top Ten Tuesday | Dynamic Duos and Teams
Believe it or not, I think I find the Top Ten Tuesday “freebie” weeks more challenging than those that already have a topic set. This week, the ladies tossed out the rules and asked us to either revisit a topic we missed but wanted to participate in or there is always the creative option open to us which is choosing topics we wish they’d already covered.
Because I’m a total last-minute procrastinator, I didn’t want to take the time to dream something up that was, well, clever (or had the appearance of being so), which is why I’m taking the easy (or is it book nerd laziness?) and keeping things simple.
Broke and Bookish June 28th Topic
FREEBIE WEEK – topic of your choice or go back and do one you missed!
My topic this week is “Dynamic Duos.” This was a topic way back when that I didn’t participate in. Below is a blend of “duos.” Everything from friendships to sleuthing partners, and even, some romantic pairings, because, let’s face it; we book nerds love getting caught up in a good romance, am I right? Some of these picks might be stretching it a bit as they’re not all “dynamic” in the traditional sense, but that’s part of the fun of Top Ten Tuesday; reading everyone’s twists and take on a topic. Also below are a variety of mediums (books, TV shows and films).
(Apologies in advance for mistakes. I brought a whole new meaning to "last minute" with this week's Top Ten Tuesday post.)
Top Ten Tuesday June 28th
1. America Singer and Prince Maxon from The Selection by Kiera Cass | These two were (in my opinion) meant to be the moment they first spoke. But of course, I wasn't confident in it ending up this way. I still haven't finished the series, but spoiler girl that I am, I do know the ultimate conclusion. Amazon | Goodreads
2. Drew Farthering and Co. from the ‘Drew Farthering’ Series by Julianna Deering | This trio of crime-fighters are all wonderful characters!
What topic did you chose to feature in this week’s “freebie” Top Ten Tuesday? Have you read any of these novels? Or do you like any of these "dynamic duos"? Who would be cast as your favorites in this topic? Comment down below with your bookish (or other conversational) thoughts and if you like, please leave your Top Ten Tuesday links! I’d be happy to visit your meme.
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