29 December 2020

In 2020…My Life in Books

In 2020…My Life in Books
I saw Shelleyrae from Book'd Out celebrate her Life in Books for 2020 and it was a lot of fun so I thought I'd take on her challenge. 

The idea is to select a book you've read in 2020 which fits each of the prompts below.

2020 was the year of: And Fire Came Down by Emma Viskic

In 2020 I wanted to be: The Innocent Reader by Debra Adelaide

In 2020 I was: (a) Rebel Without a Clause by Sue Butler

In 2020 I gained: A Month of Sundays by Liz Byrski

In 2020 I lost: Trust by Chris Hammer

In 2020 I loved: Our Rainbow Queen by Sali Hughes

In 2020 I hated: Sleeping with David Baddiel by Geoff Jein

In 2020 I learned: Rules for Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson

In 2020 I was surprised by: Where The Dead Go by Sarah Bailey

In 2020 I went to: The Museum of Forgotten Memories by Anstey Harris

In 2020 I missed out on: Inheritance by Christopher Paolini

In 2020 my family were: Spirited by Julie Cohen

In 2021 I hope: Death is But A Dream by Christopher Kerr

If you'd like to do this challenge, please consider yourself tagged. Feel free to leave your answers below or come back and provide a link to your post so I can check out your 2020 in books. 

Carpe Librum!

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  1. Loved your book choices Tracey. Here is my post https://theburgeoningbookshelf.blogspot.com/2020/12/in-2020my-life-in-books.html

    1. Thanks Veronica, glad you liked it. I just saw your post and you had some terrific books for the prompts too. Great stuff :-)

  2. These are fun, and there are apparently a few of them out there. My list will be going up in about a week or so...

    1. You're right Davida, I think I saw Whispering Gums did a different version of the same challenge. So much fun! Don't forget to come back and share yours with us, I can't wait to see it.

  3. Fabulous Tracey, thanks for joining in the fun!

    1. You're welcome Shelleyrae, I really enjoyed doing this one. I attempted last year's but couldn't find anything suitable for some of the prompts and abandoned the endeavour but your prompts were a lot of fun to interpret. Here's to more bookish fun in 2021!


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