30 DoB, Day 30: Favorite Book

Well, here we are, the final question in the 30 Days of Books list. It is, of course: Day 30 – Your favorite book of all time However can you choose such a thing? Certainly along the course of this exercise I’ve hit upon a few that would be very strong contenders: The Illearth War by Stephen…

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30 DoB, Day 29: I Liked It, You Didn’t

Well, here we are. The penultimate question in the 30 Days of Books list and it’s sort of an interesting one: Day 29 – A book everyone hated but you liked I had thought about this subjectively for a while – what books did I like that everyone didn’t.  I mean how do I know what the…

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30 DoB, Day 28: Favorite Title

Okay – we are going to polish off this meme before the end of the month I swear!  A declaration leads us to the next question in the 30 Days of Books list: Day 28 – Favorite Title I thought we weren’t supposed to judge books by their covers, or perhaps their catchy titles, but here goes.…

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30 DoB, Day 27: Best Plot Twist

Think way back into the late 1990s when M. Night Shyamalan made The Sixth Sense and everyone got creeped out and was wowed by the surprise ending.  In my mind, when someone says, “plot twist” that’s what I think of.  Which brings us to the next question in the 30 Days of Books list: Day 27 –…

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30 DoB, Day 26: A Book That Changed Your Opinion

Every day when I drive to work, I see them standing to the side of a strip mall parking lot.  Every time I go to the community park in the morning for tennis, they’re clustered near the entrance. They are day workers, almost certainly every one of them in the country illegally. Thinking about them…

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30 DoB, Day 25: Character You Can Most Relate To

It was with a sad realization today that I realized that I’m verly likely to get through my month of Blogshorts before I finish my 30 Days of Books list.  Sigh.  Well, onward. Day 25 – A character who you can relate to the most Of course, I would like to say that I should relate…

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30 DoB, Day 24: A Book You Wish More People Would Read

The next question in the 30 Days of Books list is a good one: Day 24 – A book that you wish more people would’ve read This is an interesting one because just the other day I remarked to a friend a book that I’d wish more people had read. Jim Harrison’s wonderful novel, Returning to Earth.…

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