My 2019 in books – a typical look back at what I’ve read in 2019, along with half the rest of the book-blogging world.
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.
You can copy the prompts and add your own!
My 2019 in Books
So far, I would describe this year as being: Hairy Hamster Horror
I’m tipping that the next big thing in Reality TV shows will be: Grimm, Grit, and Gasoline
I could have cried when: Dining Out With the Gas Giants
I would love to have some respite from: Rough Magic
The most unexpected thing that happened this year involved: A Man called Ove
My non-bookish friends would say I: Kill the Black One First
My motto for 2020 will be: The Age of Misadventure
I am most looking forward to: The Long Flight Home
A recurring dream I’ve had this year features: Death By Library
If you looked under my couch you would see: My Sister’s Bones
If I could no longer blog, I would probably pursue a career in: Galileo’s Theme Park
Something most people don’t know about me is: A Difficult Mirror
I laughed when I copied and posted this from last year: I am most looking forward to: Deadly Election. Yes. We go to the polls again on 12th December. That’s what my 2019 has really been about.