Borrowing a wonderful meme from Catherine, and struggling a little because I’ve not read all that much this year …

The rules: Using only books you have read this year, answer these questions. Try not to repeat a book title.

Describe yourself: Our Little English Cousin (by Blanche McManus)

How do you feel: The Comfort of Things (by Daniel Miller)

Describe where you currently live: Frost in May (by Antonia White)

If you could go anywhere, where would you go: The Soul of London (by Ford Madox Ford)

Your favourite form of transportation: Revolutionary Road (by Richard Yates)

Your best friend is: Reuben Sachs (by Amy Levy)

You and your friends are: Finding Flow (by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi)

What’s the weather like: The Wind in the Willows (by by Kenneth Grahame)

You fear: Mortality (by Christopher Hitchens)

What is the best advice you have to give: Summer Will Show (by Sylvia Townsend Warner)

Thought for the day: Dear Sugar (by Cheryl Strayed)

How I would like to die: Endangered Pleasures (by Barbara Holland)

My soul’s present condition: Neverwhere (by Neil Gaiman)

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  1. oofw

    Describe yourself: Don Quixote

    How do you feel: The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens

    Describe where you currently live: Don Quixote

    If you could go anywhere, where would you go: Don Quixote

    Your favourite form of transportation: The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens

    Your best friend is: Don Quixote

    You and your friends are: Don Quixote

    What’s the weather like: Don Quixote

    You fear: Don Quixote

    What is the best advice you have to give: Don Quixote

    Thought for the day: The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens

    How I would like to die: Don Quixote

    My soul’s present condition: The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens

    wah i tried

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