This is a challenge that is particularly useful, if you read a lot of books, so that you have plenty of available choices.
I don’t read very quickly, so my options are quite limited, but I am willing to give it a try.
Using only titles from books you have read this year, 2010, try to describe your life, by creatively answering these questions.
Try not to repeat a book title.
It’s a lot harder than you think!
I have included dated links to the individual book reviews, so that it can be verified that all the books were 2010 reads.
Describe Yourself: ….. ‘A Mother’s Wish’ (Dilly Court)
How do you feel: ….. ‘Family Feeling’ (Judith Saxton)
Describe where you currently live: ….. ‘The House At Riverton’ (Kate Morton)
If you could go anywhere, where would you go: ….. ‘Miss Purdy’s Class’ (Annie Murray)
Your favorite form of transportation:….. ‘Wycliffe And The Pea Green Boat’ (W.J. Burley)
Your best friend is: ….. ‘The Art Thief’ (Noah Charney)
You and your friends are: …… ‘The Girls’ (Lori Lansens)
What’s the weather like: ….. ‘A Killing Frost’ (R.D. Wingfield)
Favourite time of day: ….. ‘Above The Bright Blue Sky’ (Margaret Thornton)
If your life was a: ….. ‘Hidden Agenda’ (Carol Smith)
What is life to you: ….. ‘Affinity’ (Sarah Waters)
Your fear: ….. ‘The Colour Of Blood’ (Declan Hughes)
What is the best advice you have to give: ….. ‘The Power Of Dreams’ (Rosie Harris)
Thought for the Day: ….. ‘Reach For Tomorrow’ (Jessica Blair)
How I would like to die: ….. ‘A Coffin For The Canary’ (Gwendoline Butler)
My soul’s present condition: ….. ‘False Prophet’ (Faye Kellerman)
I laughed out loud when I read this back, talk about inventive! Why not give it a try?
This will be my last post of 2010, so I would like to take this opportunity to wish my fellow bloggers, wherever you may be in the world, my best wishes for every happiness in 2011.