My Year in Books

All right, let’s do something frivolous for the Silly Season…

I am inspired to do this by Lisa at ANZ LitLovers LitBlog:

The rules are: Using only books you have read this year (2021), answer these questions. Try not to repeat a book title. Links in the titles will take you to my reviews.

In high school I was The Unforgiven by Sarah Barrie

People might be surprised by Questions Raised by Quolls by Harry Saddler

I will never be The Cook by Wayne Macauley

My life in lockdown was like The Lonely Century by Loreena Hertz

My fantasy job is The Fine Art of Invisible Detection by Robert Goddard

At the end of a long day I need Whole Notes by Ed Ayres

I hate being The Monster of Her Age by Danielle Binks

Wish I had The Inheritance by Gabriel Bergmoser

My family reunions are Homecoming by Ellie Shiosaki

At a party you’d find me with Merchant Adventurers by James Evans

I’ve never been to Convict-Era Port Arthur by David W Cameron

A happy day includes The Things We See In the Light by Amal Awad

Motto I live by: If Not Us by Mark Smith

On my bucket list is (a journey on) The Unicorn Hunt by Dorothy Dunnett

In my next life, I want to have The Art of The Engine Driver by Steven Carroll

Now, over to you, and thank you, Lisa.