Once again, I’m taking a look at my year in books as I did in 2020 and before.
But no, this is not my book of the year. I’ll do that on the first Saturday in January.
No this is a job for December, thanks to the Bookshelf Gargoyle , who isn’t blogging any more, but gave me some easy blog content for when my brain is fried. He always prompted me to do my version of this clever thing – which is to complete the sentences with titles of books I’ve read in the year.
I try to make them funny! I may have missed, though–some are always difficult. And one of them had at least four titles I almost couldn’t choose between!
You can copy the prompts and add your own. (all links to my reviews)
My 2022 Year in Books
So far, I would describe this year as being: A Quick Death
I’m tipping that the next big thing in Reality TV shows will be: Lessons in Chemistry
I could have cried when: Looking for Emily
I would love to have some respite from: The Locked Room
The most unexpected thing that happened this year involved: The Physicist’s Daughter
My non-bookish friends would say I: CassaDark
My motto for 2023 will be: You Go First
I am most looking forward to: Dining Out on Planet Mercury
A recurring dream I’ve had this year features: the Shadow of the Witchfinder
If you looked under my couch you would see: Andorra Pett and the Oort Cloud Cafe
If I could no longer blog, I would probably pursue a career in: the Psychology of Time Travel
Something most people don’t know about me is: I, Mona Lisa
6 thoughts on “My 2022 Year in Books”
I love this! Well done.
Creatively done! I will note these for future reads. I think our book club is reviewing The Chemistry Lesson in February.
I love Elly Griffiths. One of my favourite writers. Great post. KL <3
Nicely done 🙂 I keep thinking I should try this, but I’m lazy.
I got behind on my reading this year thanks to a reading slump. =(