FFB 30 Day Book Challenge Redux Recap (Warning: Restaurant Post)


If you missed this week, here’s the 2012 30 Day Book challenge update. (the changes are in bold). Thanks for joining me if you did. We will go back to the normal schedule starting tomorrow.

Day 1: Favorite book (Moby-Dick)
Day 2: Least favorite book (A Princess of Mars)
Day 3: Book that makes you laugh out loud (Nobody Move)
Day 4: Book that makes you cry (All the King’s Men)
Day 5: Book you wish you could live in (Swamplandia!)
Day 6: Favorite young adult book (The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn)
Day 7: Book that you can quote/recite (Reality Hunger: A Manifesto)
Day 8: Book that scares you (Cat’s Cradle)
Day 9: Book that makes you sick (Child of God)
Day 10: Book that changed your life (The Stranger)
Day 11: Favorite book from your favorite author (Blood Meridian)
Day 12: Book that is most like your life (At Swim-Two-Birds)
Day 13: Book whose main character is most like you (The Catcher in the Rye)
Day 14: Book whose main character you want to marry (Hondo)
Day 15: First “chapter book” you can remember reading (Sideways Stories from Wayside School)
Day 16: Longest book you’ve read (The Iliad)
Day 17: Shortest book you’ve read (Farming with Dynamite)
Day 18: Book you’re most embarrassed to say you read (The Complete Idiots Guide to Writing a Novel)
Day 19: First book that made you want to read (Fahrenheit 451)
Day 20: Book you keep thinking about (The Literary Conference)
Day 21: Favorite picture book from childhood (The Story of Ferdinand)
Day 22: Book you plan to read next (Six Memos for the Next Millennium)
Day 23: Book you tell people you’ve read, but haven’t (Battlefield Earth)
Day 24: Book that contains your favorite scene (As I Lay Dying)
Day 25: Favorite comic book (All-Star Superman)
Day 26: Favorite nonfiction book (The Tiger: A True Story of Vengeance and Survival)
Day 27: Favorite short story collection (After the Quake)
Day 28: Last book you read (See The List)
Day 29: Book you’re currently reading (See The List)
Day 30: Favorite coffee table book (Moby-Dick in Pictures)

QOL: humanmeaning and truthbeautyreligion/irreligion

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