Call Me Browser

There’s a certain list of nifty titles of books that someone didn’t write. I am that someone. I’m a bookstore browser and have spent many pleasurable hours in bookstores looking at titles. Not opening the books, just eye-sauntering through their titles. After all these years, it might account for the titles that pop into my head at odd times. I’ve got over 400 now. Here are the most recent, with the bookstore section(s) they’d be found in if they could be found:

A Pit-Bull Named Glenda – Pets/Relationships
Bipolar in Buraydah – Travel/Mental Health
Breath: The Illustrated Story – Photography
Cereal Killer – Mystery/Cookery & Cookbooks
You Can Too Learn Steer Roping – Personal Improvement
You Have No Idea – Education
Zach the Spoon –  Children’s Books
I Hope That Was a Nut – Dentistry
I Played Chess with an Angel – Inspirational /Games
Oh Ye Millions, Gather Freely! – Money & Finance/Crime
Out of the Oven and onto the Floor – Cookery & Cookbooks
Diapers & Diadems – Parenting/History of Monarchy
Deep Parasites – Gardening/Cultural Studies
Disaster: The Musical – Theater
Good Job, Buddy – Pets/Children/True Crime
Great Infantry Attacks of the 18th Century – Blockbuster Bargains
Hit Men Buy Salads – Cookery & Cookbooks/True Crime
How to Paint Yourself into a Corner – Graphic Arts/Relationships
It Came from Outer Space – Antiques & Collectibles
Just In from the Moon – Media/Antiques & Collectibles
Marching Songs of the Eastern Orthodox Church -Spirituality/Music
Mopping Up – War History/ House & Home
Munchkins of the Boardroom – New Fiction
Rise and Fall of a Schnook – Biography
Smiling through Disaster – Cookery & Cookbooks/Relationships
Snappy Tunes of the Inquisition – Music/Religion
The Dreaded Carol – New Biography/Songbooks
The Enemy is Marching at Your Head – History of War
The Schnook Smirks – Mystery
What’s in Your Muffin? – Cookery & Cookbooks/Investigative Reporting
Whither Bullshit? – US Politics/ Agriculture
You Can Too Breathe! – Medical Reference/Self Improvement


About judyjablow123

In my youth I was a world class tournament golfer. I earned an MA in history at NYU, after which I knew I had had enough of academia. I have remained a student of history. I have a strongly personal - almost entirely negative- take on the contemporary pharmaceutical and mental health industries. That was the impetus for my Bluepolar blog, which will also include stuff on sports, history and anything else that strikes my interest.
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