Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Songs I Wish Were Books

February 16: Top Ten Songs I Wish Were Books
I love music almost as much as I love books, so this is a really interesting topic! I picked some of my favourite songs and gave them a genre and a book as an example. Now if only someone could write them, that would be perfect.

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1. Enchanted – Taylor Swift
This song would be the ultimate romance novel (The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks)

2. Ghost – Katy Perry
This would be perfect as a psychological thriller (Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn)

3. Busy – Olly Murs
I can totally see this as being a YA contemporary (Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares by David Levithan and Rachel Cohn)

4. Riding On My Bike – McBusted
Although this might be the saddest song of all time, it would make a really great comedic fantasy – listen to it and you’ll understand what I mean! (Discworld by Terry Pratchett)

5. What Do You Mean? – Justin Bieber
This is absolutely the soundtrack for a mystery/detective novel (The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith)

6. Black Magic – Little Mix
This song would make the perfect adult contemporary (The Boy Next Door by Meg Cabot)

7. Wildest Dreams – Taylor Swift
Without question, erotica, but with less BDSM and more love (Bared To You by Sylvia Day)

8. E.T. – Katy Perry
I’m feeling a dystopian here, probably with a love triangle – because that trope isn’t overused! (Divergent by Veronica Roth)

9. Believe – Justin Bieber
This is a fantasy (probably series) through and through (The Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer)

10. Bring It All Back – S Club 7
I feel as though this would be a really great self-help book (Very Good Lives: The Fringe Benefits of Failure and the Importance of Imagination by J.K. Rowling)

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