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First, thank you to Cleopatra Loves Books–a super book blog–for her idea of doing this and not doing it as a challenge (since I didn’t even do the challenge I created), but an after the fact.
A Book With More Than 500 Pages
A Forgotten Classic
A Book That Became a Movie
Well, it’s BECOMING a movie! They are casting it right now. Read more here.
A Book Published This Year
A Book With a Number in the Title
A Book Written By Someone Under Thirty AND Fiction by an Indie Author [I added this extra space]
A Book With Non-Human Characters
A Funny Book
I couldn’t decide between the two!
A Book By a Female Author
A Book With a Mystery
A Book With a One Word Title
A Book of Short Stories
I’ll be reviewing a new collection of short stories later this week!
A Book Set on a Different Continent
A Book of Non Fiction
Elliott Bay Books link (where I found this book)
Non-Fiction by an Indie Author [I added this extra space]
The First Book By a Favorite Author
I started Inspector Gamache, accidentally, out of sequence, so I went back and started right. I’m up to book four now!
A Book You Heard About Online
Since I hear about nearly EVERY book I read online, this is a bit difficult. So, I chose two books that I really would not have seen in my usual online sources. I couldn’t decide between them. I reviewed both very recently in my Reading Around the World series.
A Best-Selling Book
A Book Based on a True Story
A Book at the Bottom of Your To Read Pile
A Book Your Friend Loves
A Book That Scares You
I’m still reading this but hope to finish by the end of this year.
A Book that is More Than 10 Years Old
The Second Book in a Series
A Book With a Blue Cover
Elliott Bay Books Link (where I found this book)
Check back in January. One of these books just might be named my
“Must Read Book for 2017”
Source: Roseanne [t.v. series]