You know how it works, I’m sure. Just fill the gaps with titles of books you’ve read this year.
I borrowed from Charlotte and she borrowed from Catherine.
It’s fun to do and a lovely way to recall books from earlier in the year. Some titles work beautifully, and others require the point to be quite stretched.
Describe yourself: The Girl in the Mirror (Sarah Gristwood)
How do you feel: Dead Scared (S J Bolton)
Describe where you currently live: In The Mountains (Elizabeth Von Arnim)
If you could go anywhere, where would you go: The City of Beautiful Nonsense (E Temple Thurston)
Your favourite form of transportation: Down to the Sea in Ships (Ursula Bloom)
Your best friend is: Catherine Carter (Pamela Hansford Johnson)
You and your friends are: Diving Belles (Lucy Wood)
What’s the weather like: Russian Winter (Daphne Kalotay)
You fear: The Tigress on the Hearth (Margery Sharp)
What is the best advice you have to give: Do No Harm (Carol Topolski)
Thought for the day: Heaven Lies About Us (Howard Spring)
How I would like to die: Buried in Cornwall (Janie Bolitho)
My soul’s present condition: A Silent Joy (Elizabeth Jenkins)
Do have a go!
Fun! (and good for you, on the last one!!)
Oh, lovely to see this again. I do hope your last answer is true at the moment, Jane – what a wonderful answer it is.
I love the vision of you and your friends as Diving Belles!
We could have been Wonder Girls, but as Lucy Wood is a fellow Cornishwoman we went for Diving Belles instead!
Oh, excellent, yours fit really well! I love the fearing the Tigress on the hearth!