Theme Thursday: Artsy Characters

It’s time for another Theme Thursday! This month’s theme is artsy characters. I love that this theme is so open-ended! I had fun thinking back on the books I’ve read to remember characters who were artsy types. For the purposes of today’s post, I’m defining “artsy” as any character who’s into the arts, whether that be drawing, painting, sculpting, writing, singing, or acting. I’m pretty sure I’ve forgotten a ton of them (especially TBR books), but that’s okay!

Theme Thursday is a new monthly feature created by Sophie @ Blame Chocolate where bloggers can share recs and newly found books featuring that month’s theme.

  • There will be a different theme (genre, trope, etc) every month. You can check the theme calendar here.
  • Those participating have to list titles that feature that theme in some way (doesn’t have to be the main theme of the book).
  • You can choose one of the four (or five) Thursdays of every month to post.
  • You can use the three main categories: Books I’ve Read/I’m Reading, Books I Want to Read, and Other Books That Fit The Theme but this isn’t mandatory.
  • You can repeat books in different themes, if they apply, and choose as many as you want.
  • You don’t have to take part every month! Just when you feel like it.
  • You can use #BlameThemeThursday on Twitter and other social media to make TT posts easier to find.
  • Finally, use this boxed text (or similar) in your post, as it doubles as a pingback.

If you have any theme suggestions, please leave them in the comments or email them to me!

Books I’ve Read

Books I Want to Read

Did you do your own Theme Thursday post this month? Feel free to leave your link in the comments and I’ll check it out! Have you read any of these books? What are your favorite books with artsy characters? Let’s talk in the comments!

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11 thoughts on “Theme Thursday: Artsy Characters

  1. Charlotte says:

    I really want to read You’d Be Mine sometime. I’m struggling to think of books with artsy characters and yet I’ve probably read loads 🤔 Luna was artsy in Harry Potter and I remember there was an art scene right at the start of Daughter Of Smoke And Bone. I’ve recently added Verity to my TBR which is about a writer too.

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