My Life in Books: a bookish game
I’m always looking for different ways to share the book love, and this post was fun to put together. It is so interesting to see how others answer the prompts with the books they’ve read. It is a real challenge to find books that you’ve read that somewhat fit the prompt.
The challenge is…using only books you have read this year (2020), answer these prompts. Try not to repeat a book title.
Links from the book title will take you to my reviews.
In high school I was Anxious People (Fredrik Backman)
People might be surprised by Who’s There? (Kerena Swan)
I will never be Invisible Girl (Lisa Jewell)
My life in lockdown was A Song of Isolation (Michael J. Malone)
My fantasy job would be at The Bookshop at Water’s End (Patti Callahan Henry)
At the end of a long day I need The Silence (Susan Allott)
I hate being The Last to Know (Jo Furniss)
I wish I had The Sea Gate (Jane Johnson)
My family reunions are Across the Water (Ingrid Alexandra)
At a party you’d find me with My Kind of People (Lisa Duffy)
I’ve never been to Hope Close (Tina Seskis)
A happy day includes Child’s Play (Angela Marsons)
Motto I live by Playing Nice (J.P. Delaney)
On my bucket list is The River Home (Hannah Richell)
In my next life, I want to have The Cottage in a Cornish Cove (Cass Grafton)
That was fun! Join in, I’d love to read your answers.