The year 2012 almost come to the end. In terms of reading, it has been a wonderful year for me. I have read a lot of great classics, and as usual I like to rewind my reading experience during the year. Starting this year, I will wrap it up in a new feature called: Book Kaleidoscope. There will be three categories, and for each category I will pick the top five best books, and I will post them separately around the last week of December.
Now, you are welcomed if you are interested in doing the same. It’s only for fun, and for a remembrance or portrait of great books we have read this year. Here they are…
Day 1 (December 27th) - Top Five Book Boy/Girl Friends
From all the books you have read throughout the year, rank five male characters (if you are female) or top five female characters (if you are male) you love the most. Tell us the reason, and it would be great if you use images to describe them (if the book has been made into movie, you can share photo(s) of the best actors/actresses to perform them).
Day 2 (December 28th) – Top Five Best Book Covers
Rank five covers of books you have read in 2012. Pick the edition that you really read, but if you read ebook, at least pick the one that you used for your post. Tell us why you think them gorgeous.
And last but certainly not least….
Day 3 (December 31st) – Top Five Most Favorite Books
No explanation needed for this topic, of course…; just rank and let us know books you found most awesome, and you have enjoyed the most! (and why…).
You can use any kind of books (don’t have to be classics), as long as you have a book blog. You don’t need to sign up or something, but if you want, you can leave a comment below.
The above schedules are mine, it’s good if we all can post on the same schedule simultaneously, but it’s understandable if you prefer to have your own schedule.
You can put the Book Kaleidoscope button in your posts if you want (I love the picture..).
I will open a linky for you to submit your posts. The linky will be up on December 20th (in case you want to post it earlier) and closed on January 15th (in case you can’t make it around the end of the year). I can’t promise you that I will visit and read each of your posts (year ends are usually hectic!), but I’ll try :)