Meme: My Life as a Book 2010


I’ve seen this funny meme hosted by Pop Culture Nerd in the following blogs: Dorte at DJ’s Krimiblog, Bernadette at Reactions to Reading, Margot at Confessions of a Mystery Novelist, Margaret at Books Please, Cathy at Kittling: Books and Norman at Crime Scraps. I can’t resist to participate. My answers, using only the titles of the books I’ve read so far this year, are:

In high school I was: The Mind’s Eye (Hakan Nesser)

People might be surprised I’m: In Cold Pursuit (Sarah Andrews)

I will never be: The Angst-Ridden Executive (Manuel Vázquez Montalbán)

My fantasy job is: Basic Shareholder (Petros Markaris)

At the end of a long day I need: A Sweet Scent of Death (Guillermo Arriaga)

I hate it when: Dog Day (Alicia Giménez Bartlett)

Wish I had: Water-Blue Eyes (Domingo Villar)

My family reunions are: At Close Quarters (Eugenio Fuentes)

At a party you’d find me with: Badfellas (Tonino Benacquista)

I’ve never been to: The Coffin Trail (Martin Edwards)

A happy day includes: Thirteen Hours (Deon Meyer)

Motto I live by: Don’t Look Back (Karin Fossum)

On my bucket list: Southern Seas (Manuel Vázquez Montalbán)

In my next life, I want to be: Like Clockwork (Margie Orford)

7 thoughts on “Meme: My Life as a Book 2010”

  1. >Jose Ignacio – This is terrific! Thanks for sharing your answers. I like your answers especially to the "I Will Never Be" prompt and the "At a Party" prompt. Isn't this fun?

  2. >Appreciate your comments, it was really fun to participate and curious to note how many different answers have a common motive under Motto I live by. Bernadette nothing good, that's for sure.

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