I’d like to offer you a warm welcome to the third month of Two for Tuesday. This is an official tag that I’ve started this year. If you’re interested in joining, please make sure to comment down below. Without further ado, here are the prompts for this month.
Week 1: April Fools, two really funny books
Happy April Fools day, everyone. What are some books that are just laugh out loud funny? Make sure to pick out two for tomorrow.
Week 2: April Flowers, two books with flowery language/themes
April Flowers, May Showers. These books could be poems or prose, just anything that has a beautiful mix of figurative language.
Week 3: Oh Happy Day, two books that make you smile
The beginning of spring is just such a pleasant time. What are two books that bring a smile to your face?
Week 4: Earth Day, two books that encourage a change
Earth Day is the 22nd of April. What are some books that make you want to change the world?
Week 5: Spring has sprung, two books with colorful covers
With spring comes color, so make sure to pick out two colorful covers for this week’s prompt.
I’m going to change out the banner for Two for Tuesday seasonally, so here it is again if you’d like to download it.
Are you participating in Two for Tuesday this month?
This week’s prompt is about the female heroes we don’t hear enough about. I’ll be honest, I almost forgot to post this. I was literally up at 12:18 typing this up. That’s just how much we need to bring up these unsung heroes.
It was difficult picking just two. Make sure to let me know some of your favorite unsung heroes in the comments.
I’m enjoying this Women’s History Month theme so far, let me know if you’re loving it, too. This week’s prompt is to present two inspirational quotes from women. It was so hard to first find just two women, then increasingly more difficult to find just two quotes but I enjoyed narrowing the search.
Success isn’t about how much money you make, it’s about the difference you make in people’s lives. – Michelle Obama.
I can’t go too long without making a plug for my bookstagram. The photo above was taken by yours truly. I read The Poet X at the beginning of this year and I absolutely loved it. As a poet myself, this book spoke to me.