Top Ten Tuesdays #429: Newspaper Headlines

Posted November 7, 2023 / Top 10 Tuesdays, Weekly Memes / 4 Comments

Book Titles that Would Make Good Headlines

Top Ten Tuesdays were started by The Broke and the Bookish and are now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, where we make lists of our top ten books (or something else!) based on that week’s prompt. The topics are provided ahead of time and can be found here. Book links bring you to Goodreads or my review.

I really didn’t know what to do for this one at first but it was really fun to track them down! I decided to approach this as good headlines in general: whether for a newspaper or for magazine articles. I focused first on unreleased and upcoming books that are on my TBR.

Newspaper Headlines

I thought all of these ones would make for classic newspaper articles. FINLAY DONOVAN ROLLS THE DICE could probably be a magazine article too but it seemed like it would be more of a headline. THE NIGHT OF THE STORM could detail a recent natural disaster. THE DISAPPEARNACE OF ASTRID BRICARD and THE REAPPEARANCE OF RACHEL PRICE are both potential articles and headlines where someone goes missing or returns from being missing.

Magazine Article Titles

Magazine articles could consist of “how to” lists and discussions as well as opinion pieces. HOW TO SOLVE YOUR MURDER could even be a satire. THE PERFECT GUY DOESN’T EXIST seems like it could be a Cosmo article. RED STRING THEORY would be instructional – teaching the reader specifically about this theory as it relates to life and love.

EVERY TIME I GO ON VACATION, SOMEONE DIES is such a fun title and I could imagine an interesting opinion piece like this. INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT SPACE is a little more straightforward but could definitely be an article in a children’s magazine! And finally, EVERYONE I KISSED SINCE YOU GOT FAMOUS could definitely be a Cosmo article or something where the journalist dated someone famous and had to move on from the relationship.

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