Happy Tuesday and welcome back to the blog, book friends! Today, we’ve got another Top 5 Tuesday. It’s the last one of February already, can you believe it?!
Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme created by Bionic Bookworm, now hosted by Meeghan Reads. If you’re interested in participating, check out their blog to get the details and the prompts for each week. This week’s prompt is “smol books” aka short books.
Let’s take a look at some of the shortest books on my shelves.
Loving Monsters by Laura Eppinger
This is a lovely chapbook by my friend Laura, full of short stories about monsters. I wrote a review of it back when I read it, which you can check out here.
Adulthood is a Myth by Sarah Anderson
Of course my comics collections are some of the shortest books on my shelves, and I’ve got plenty of Sarah Anderson to share about (she takes three slots in this post). This is her first collection of Sarah’s Scribbles comics.
Oddball by Sarah Anderson
The most recent Sarah’s Scribbles collection is also on my shelves. This post has reminded me I’m missing books 2 and 3.
Fangs by Sarah Anderson
A Sarah Anderson collection that is not Sarah’s Scribbles. This is the story of a vampire and werewolf who fall in love, and it’s adorable.
Shaler’s Fish by Helen Macdonald
A poetry collection! Yes, I own a few of them. This one is by H is for Hawk author Helen Macdonald, one of my favorite writers.
There we have it, the shortest books on my shelves. What are some of the shortest books you’ve read?
6 thoughts on “Top 5 Tuesday: Smol Books”
I love Fangs! It’s adorable.
I have not read any of these. The shortest books on my read-shelf are novellas or short stories. Though, I do believe I have read a few that were hovering a bit above 200.
I tend not to read many novellas, though I have done a few in recent years.
I think I have one Sarah Scribbles book and I did enjoy it. Nice selections, AmandaKay.
I don’t read many short books. These all look good
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