Wednesday, December 30, 2020

My Life in Books - the 2020 version

I have planned to write a kind of wrap up post of this year's reading, but then I found this book tag by Annabookbel, and I thought it would be much fun (and easier!) way to do it. Here we go...

In high school I was... The Accomplice (Theodore Boone series by John Grisham) - not reviewed

People might be surprised by... Whose Body?

I will never be... The Vicar of Wakefield

My life in lockdown was like... This Side of Paradise (staying at home is a bless-in-disguise for an introvert!)

My fantasy job is... The Deerslayer

At the end of a long day I need... One Hundred Years of Solitude

I hate being... Murder(ed) on the Orient Express

Wish I had... The Fortune of the Rougons

My family reunions are... Hard Times

At a party, you'd find me with... The Belly of Paris (food is my sole entertainment at parties! đŸ€Ł)

I've never been to... Dublin(ers)

A happy day include... The Song of the Lark

Motto I live by... Why Didn't They Ask Evans? (or: when you're not sure, asking is better than assuming)

On my bucket list is... Three Act Tragedy (I've never seen live performance )

In my next life, I want to be... The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus


  1. Composing and distributing a book about your biography is a bit of an alternate cycle from composing a novel or in any event, expounding on another person. Yet, your story is significant. It's your life. This is your story; as opposed to creating characters for a made-up story, it's your own life you are offering to perusers.

    1. That's a beautiful way of describing my post, thank you, Harris! 😊

  2. This is great fun to do. My answer to "I will never be" took a similar theme to yours except I had to settle for the lower rank of curate :)

    1. LOL, it's a fun really, to match books we read with the question. And it came quite hilarious. đŸ€­


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