Life According to Literature 2010

I have seen this on a few blogs or in emails and it seemed a fun way to reflect on the year. A year where I did not write enough blog posts, but at least read lots of books.

Answer the following questions using titles of books you have read during 2010:

Describe yourself: Mostly Harmless (Douglas Adams)

How do you feel: Dying for Chocolate (Dianne Mott Davis)

Describe where you currently live: A Patchwork Planet (Anne Tyler)

If you could go anywhere, where would you go: The Restaurant at the End of the Universe (Douglas Adams) , or, if I have to pick an actual place When we were Romans (Matthew Kneale)

Your favorite form of transportation: Prince on a White Horse (Tanith Lee) ha ha, yes I know, that is not likely. So perhaps I had better go with: The Cloister Walk (Kathleen Norris)

Your best friend is: The Slayer of Shadows (Elana Bregin)

You and your friends are: Unseen Academicals (Terry Pratchett), or, Comeback : Poems in Conversation (Peter Esterhuysen and Paul Mason)

What’s the weather like: The Summer of Toffie and Grummer (Edyth Bulbring) -theoretically, but more accurately – Living with Contradiction (Esther de Waal)

You fear: Housekeeping (Marilynne Robinson)

What is the best advice you have to give: This Year you Write your Novel (William Mosley)

Thought for the day: Interesting Times (Terry Pratchett)

How I would like to die: One Magic Moment (Jenny Robson)

My soul’s present condition: Darkness Visible (William Styron)

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3 thoughts on “Life According to Literature 2010

  1. I thought it would be difficult, but it was easier than expected. Of course, it helps if you have a lot of books to choose from 🙂

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