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Re: Your Year in Literature - a forum game

Posted: January 6th, 2021, 7:04 pm
by Scarbo
mightyfelix wrote:
January 6th, 2021, 5:55 pm

• My 2020 experience . . . House of Many Ways
I love the Howl's Moving Castle books! Twinkle was hilarious. :lol:

Re: Your Year in Literature - a forum game

Posted: January 7th, 2021, 8:00 am
by commonsparrow3
• My 2020 experience . . . When the Sky Fell
• My dressing style last year. . . Tin Horns and Calico
• Under my Christmas tree was . . . the one Whom We Shall Welcome

• The postal system . . . always comes through by An Excellent Mystery
• Congress (or My government) . . . must recover from Breach of Faith
• This year I want . . . to visit The Land of Long Lost Friends

• The best way to fight Covid . . . to remember that each death is One Corpse Too Many
• Your mask . . . is worn with Bold Spirit
• In my coat pocket . . . is A Place for Everything

• The reason you volunteer for LibriVox . . . because each of us is welcome Exactly as You Are
• My editing/listening process . . . practice Peter Piper's Practical Principles of Plain and Perfect Pronunciation
• The ideal pet . . . The Sanctuary Sparrow

Re: Your Year in Literature - a forum game

Posted: January 9th, 2021, 2:27 pm
by JayKitty76
commonsparrow3 wrote:
January 7th, 2021, 8:00 am
• My 2020 experience . . . When the Sky Fell
• My dressing style last year. . . Tin Horns and Calico
• Under my Christmas tree was . . . the one Whom We Shall Welcome

• The postal system . . . always comes through by An Excellent Mystery
• Congress (or My government) . . . must recover from Breach of Faith
• This year I want . . . to visit The Land of Long Lost Friends

• The best way to fight Covid . . . to remember that each death is One Corpse Too Many
• Your mask . . . is worn with Bold Spirit
• In my coat pocket . . . is A Place for Everything

• The reason you volunteer for LibriVox . . . because each of us is welcome Exactly as You Are
• My editing/listening process . . . practice Peter Piper's Practical Principles of Plain and Perfect Pronunciation
• The ideal pet . . . The Sanctuary Sparrow
Wow Maria I love this!! :clap: I honestly can’t even fathom trying to do my year in literature (I’m not clever :lol: )
Without getting political, I do agree with a lot of the items on your list (*cough cough* the ones about 2020, covid and the government.) On a lighter note, I really agree with the Peter Piper’s project, that one was a listening/recording experience worthy of the highest LibriVox record!

Re: Your Year in Literature - a forum game

Posted: January 9th, 2021, 6:57 pm
by JayKitty76
• My 2020 experience . . . Year of Impossible Goodbyes or Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
• My dressing style last year. . . Homeless Bird :lol:
• Under my Christmas tree was . . . The Hunchback of Notre Dame
• The postal system . . . Across Five Aprils
• Congress (or My government) . . . Too Much & Never Enough
• This year I want . . . All Together Now
• The best way to fight Covid . . . Homeward Bound
• Your mask . . . Out of Many Waters (sorry! :| :shock:)
• In my coat pocket . . . or rather, in both hands, as all 1.5k pages of it won’t fit in my pocket... Les Misérables
• The reason you volunteer for LibriVox . . . A Story for Bear
• My editing/listening process . . . Walking Across Egypt
• The ideal pet . . . Shadow of a Bull

I went through all my schoolbooks and such and was going for humor here more than anything. hope it made you smile :wink:

Re: Your Year in Literature - a forum game

Posted: January 11th, 2021, 4:01 am
by thestorygirl
-My 2020 experience . . . "The Road to Serfdom," by Friedrich Hayek
• My dressing style last year. . . "The Doctor's Lady," by Jody Hedlund
• Under my Christmas tree was . . . "Teach Us to Want," by Jen Pollock Michel

• The postal system . . . "A.D. 30" by Ted Dekker
• Congress (or My government) . . . "Dear Enemy," by Jean Webster
• This year I want . . . "A Home for the Soul," by Anthony Lawlor

• The best way to fight Covid . . . "The Hero Within," by Carol Pearson
• Your mask . . . "Glamorous Illusions," by Lisa T. Bergren
• In my coat pocket . . . "Tuck," by Stephen R. Lawhead

• The reason you volunteer for LibriVox . . . "The Divine Symphony," by Calvin Miller
• My editing/listening process . . . "Enchantress of Numbers," by Jennifer Chiaverini
• The ideal pet . . . "Andrew the Glad," by Maria Thompson Daviess

Re: Your Year in Literature - a forum game

Posted: January 13th, 2021, 4:16 am
by JoannaHoyt
My 2020 experience . . . demonstrated The Space Between Worlds and was full of Anxious People
• My dressing style last year. . . Becoming
• Under my Christmas tree was . . . jack

• The postal system . . . may deliver on time to Utopia Avenue
• Congress (or My government) . . . needs to reexamine Caste
• This year I want . . . for Humankind: A Hopeful History
• The best way to fight Covid . . . stay Home and practice Braiding Sweetgrass
• Your mask . . . keeps me from becoming The Silent Patient and reduces the number of Graveyard Visits for which I might be responsible
• In my coat pocket . . . O Money, Money!

• The reason you volunteer for LibriVox . . . because it lets me spend more time In Story-Land or in The Midnight Library, and helps me remember we're Made For Goodness
• My editing/listening process . . . All The Devils Are Here (in the details)
• The ideal pet . . . The Prisoner of Zenda

Re: Your Year in Literature - a forum game

Posted: January 13th, 2021, 9:43 am
by LCaulkins
JoannaHoyt wrote:
January 13th, 2021, 4:16 am

• The best way to fight Covid . . . stay Home and practice Braiding Sweetgrass
Ha! Ha! That was my problem! I was quilting, not braiding sweetgrass. 8-)

Re: Your Year in Literature - a forum game

Posted: January 13th, 2021, 11:10 am
by JoannaHoyt
LCaulkins wrote:
January 13th, 2021, 9:43 am
JoannaHoyt wrote:
January 13th, 2021, 4:16 am

• The best way to fight Covid . . . stay Home and practice Braiding Sweetgrass
Ha! Ha! That was my problem! I was quilting, not braiding sweetgrass. 8-)
Sounds like a good idea, that--I just haven't read any of the right books to fit in there...