Year of reading 2018 part 3

And after my list of 2018 favorites,
as well as my 2018 stats,
here is to a fun wrap up:

Year of reading 2018 part 3

There are a lot of those online, but these are my favorites. The idea is to finish the sentences and answer the questions exclusively with titles I read in 2017.

If you are intrigued by a title, just copy and paste it in the search button, and you will access the review. If nothing shows up, look it up in Goodreads

– When I was younger I was : Carnegie’s Maid
– People might be surprised to discover that I’m:  The Clockmaker’s Daughter
– I will never be: The Lady Killer
– At the end of a long day I need: Little Culinary Triumphs
– Right now I’m feeling: Framed
– Someday I want to: Look For Her
– At a party you’d find me: Unsheltered
– I’ve never: (been) Minced, Marinated, and Murdered
– I really don’t enjoy: Walking the Bones
– In my next life I want to be: The Song Peddler of the Pont Neuf

– If you could go anywhere, where would you go: The Shadow Land
– Your favorite form of transportation: Armada
– Your best friend is: The Book Artist
– You and your friends are: Modern Orthodox Thinkers
– What’s the weather like: Temps glaciaires
[Glacial weather
– though the book was published in English as: A Climate of Fear]
– Favorite time of day: While Beauty Slept
– If your life was: Fear
– What is life to you: A Moveable Feast
– Your fear: Democracy in Chains
– What is the best advice you have to give: Defy the NIght
– Thought for the Day: La nuit n’est jamais complète
[The night is never complete – no English publication as far as I know]
– How I would like to die: Visiting Tom
– My soul’s present condition: The Face of Another

I began the day with Alex Rider.
On my way to work I saw Nymphéas Noirs [Black Water Lilies]
and walked by The Bridge on the Drina,
to avoid L’armée furieuse [The Ghost Riders of Ordebec]
but I made sure to stop at The Piano Shop on the Left Bank.
In the office, my boss said : Go
and sent me to research 99 Ways to Tell a Story.
At lunch with Monet, Itinerant of Light,
I noticed (a) Skeleton Key
under (the) Portrait of a Murderer,
then went back to my desk, Un peu plus loin sur la droite
[A Little Further on the Right – though the book was published in English as:
Dog Will Have His Day].
Later, on the journey home, I bought The Master Key
because I have The Body in the Casket;
then settling down for the evening, I picked up The Provocative Colette
and studied The Letters to Saint Olympia
before saying goodnight to The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly.

I have so much fun with this every year!
Have you tried with the titles of the books you read in 2018?

READING CHALLENGES

In 2018, I participated in 3 Reading Challenges, and a few virtual book tours.
Classics Club: 25/50 (until end of 2020) or 39/64!
Mount TBR: 3/12 + 2 DNFed – unfinished!!
Where Are You Reading?: 21/50 – to be finished in ??

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A big Thank You to all of you,
book bloggers
and other readers who subscribed to this blog
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linkedin, pinterest, instagram, youtube,
thanks for stopping by and leaving comments,
with great reading recommendations!
Thanks again for following this blog!

Happy year of reading 2019 to each of you!

Please leave the link of your post in a comment
if you did some of that fun stuff
with the titles you read yourself in 2018

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8 thoughts on “Year of reading 2018 part 3

  1. Pingback: Year of reading 2018: Part 1 – My top 14 | Words And Peace

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