I was pondering the topic of this blog post, looking for that light bulb to light my way to brilliant thoughts about reading and writing, when all of a sudden everything went dark. What to do?
So I decided to let you write this post instead—sort of. In the comments, you get to fill in the ________s about your novel reading experiences. Ready?
In the last novel I read, I learned .
I’ll go first. In the last novel I read, I learned there’s a whole bunch of strategizing and partnership involved in amateur and professional cycling. (The Price of Victory by Sandra Leesmith)
Oh, this is fun. Let’s do another one.
If I were to choose my favorite novel character’s profession, it would be .
If I were to choose my favorite novel character’s profession, it would be photography in the 1870s. (Elizabeth Westbrook in Tamera Alexander’s From a Distance)
Here’s another one:
The most exotic setting I’ve ever read in a novel was .
Sorry, you’re on your own this time.
What fill-in-the-blank statements about novels will you add?