Life According to Literature 2014

I love this meme, by Catherine from Life According to Literature in which you describe your life using the titles of books you read this year.

Describe yourself: Now Showing (Ron Elliott)

How do you feel: We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves (Karen Joy Fowler)

Describe where you currently live: The Blazing World (Siri Hustvedt)

If you could go anywhere, where would you go: Station Eleven (Emily St John Mandel)


Your favourite form of transportation: This Bright River (Patrick Somerville)

Your best friend(s): The Humans (Matt Haig)

What’s the weather like: California (Edan Lepucki)

You fear: Annihilation (Jeff VanderMeer)


What is the best advice you have to give: Astonish Me (Maggie Shipstead)

Thought for the Day: May We Be Forgiven (AM Homes)

How I would like to die: The Great Unknown (Angela Meyer, ed)

My soul’s present condition: The Narrow Road to the Deep North (Richard Flanagan)

If you’re a blogger, please join me by sharing your answers to the prompts and linking in the comments. Otherwise, just pick a couple that grab you and tell me about your life in book titles.

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3 thoughts on “Life According to Literature 2014

  1. Don’t Tell My Mum I Work On The Rigs
    (she thinks I play piano in a whorehouse.)

    ‘Nuff said!

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