My Life in Literature (Meme)

Jillian posted this a few days ago, and I always have fun with these types of things, so I thought I’d participate.  According to her post, the original seems to have been a “year in review” type thing, but I’m just going to choose any book that suits the answer, based on everything I’ve ever read.  Mainly because it’s easier but also because it allows for more options.  I like ease and variety, man.

  1. Describe yourself: The Boy with the Cuckoo-Clock Heart
  2. How do you feel: Lost in the Funhouse
  3. Describe where you currently live: Little Chicago
  4. If you could go anywhere, where would you go:  Death in Venice
  5. Your favorite form of transportation: The Wings of Merlin
  6. Your best friend is: A Lost Lady
  7. You and your friends are: It’s Kind of a Funny Story
  8. What’s the weather like: Inferno
  9. You fear: The Vast Fields of Ordinary
  10. What is the best advice you have to give: Lust for Life
  11. Thought for the day: Nothing Like the Sun
  12. How I would like to die: The Once and Future King (hehe)
  13. My soul’s present condition: The Realm of Possibility

10 Comments on “My Life in Literature (Meme)

  1. Love your answers — especially “The Once and Future King.” Har! 🙂


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