The festive season is upon us once more, so it is time for the annual Life According to Literature blog meme. I’ve been rather slack with my reading this year – only 86 rather than the usual 100+ books – but there’s still a week to go.
Wishing you a merry and book-filled Yuletide.
THE RULES: Using only books you have read this year (2014), answer these questions. Try not to repeat a book title.
Describe yourself: A City Girl (Margaret Harkness)
How do you feel: Overwhelmed (Brigid Schulte)
Describe where you currently live: Austerity Britain (David Kynaston)
If you could go anywhere, where would you go: Victorian Bloomsbury (Rosemary Ashton)
Your favourite form of transportation: The Mystery of the Hansom Cab (Fergus Hume)
Your best friend is: A Female Genius (James Essinger)
You and your friends are: We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves (Karen Joy Fowler)
What’s the weather like: Sowing the Wind (Eliza Lynn Linton)
You fear: Hard Times (Charles Dickens)
What is the best advice you have to give: Do No Harm (Henry Marsh)
Thought for the day: May We Be Forgiven (A M Holmes)
How I would like to die: Gin (Patrick Dillon)
My soul’s present condition: The Picture of Dorian Gray (Oscar Wilde)
I love reading everyone else’s answers, so please do leave a comment with a link to your own post.