The My Life In Books tag has become an annual tradition for me as a fun way to highlight the previous year’s reads from unexpected angles. I found it via The Captain and Laura Tisdall, but it originated (as far as I can tell) with Adam at Roof Beam Reader in 2010. This post has the honour and the burden of being my 1500th, apparently (whaaaaaaat) but let’s not tell it so – that’s a lot of pressure to perform.
The rules for this tag are simple: using only books read last year, answer the following questions. So, what was my life in books like in 2022?
In high school I was: Pollen From A Future Harvest (let’s start with something poetic, yes?)
People might be surprised by: Sinopticon
I will never be: The Godbreaker
My fantasy job is: The God of Lost Words
At the end of a long day I need: Firebreak
I hate: Alyx (okay, I didn’t hate Alyx, but it was my least favourite read of the year)
I Wish I had: The Green Man’s Gift
At a party you’d find me with: The Knave of Secrets
I’ve never been to: This Dreaming Isle
A happy day includes: The Dark Between The Trees (walks in nature, not being eaten by forests. Hopefully)
Motto I live by: Plan For Chaos
On my bucket list is: What Abigail Did That Summer
In my next life, I want to have: A Manslaughter of Crows
Obligatory disclaimer: titles chosen as much to highlight things that didn’t make my top ten for the year and for sheer amusement value – don’t read too much into the choices!
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