Today, I put 2 answers into 1 post.
This one is from the previous week Unique Sorting
Browsing through my blog, I found a link to this post about the “Sorted Book Project.” Go read it. I’ll wait.
The idea is to take a few books and physically sort them in such a way that the titles make some kind of sense … something that I’ve never quite gotten around to doing and photographing, but which fascinates me.
What title/combinations can you come up with? (Bonus points if you actually assemble the books and photograph them, like in the original post.)
Well, I’m not a creative person and I don’t have a lot of books to make a better line…so here are 2 sortings that come out of my shelf.
This one is sort of a joke…maybe it’s not funny but I kinda like it. But it required an extra word which is ARE.
The five people you meet in heaven (Mitch Albom) are Christine (Stephen King), Forest Gump (Winston Groom), Rose Madder (Stephen King), Edensor (Andrea Hirata) and Dracula (Bram Stoker).
The second one also needs an ARE in between the books. Needful things (Stephen King) are Almost Transparent Blue (Ryu Murakami).
Too many Stephen King’s?? well what can I say, I’m a big fans of him.
This one is this week’s answer
Do you read celebrity memoirs? Which ones have you read or do you want to read? Which nonexistent celebrity memoirs would you like to see?
This week’s BTT is about reading celebrity memoirs. I’ve never read any celebrity memoirs….I would love to read some of them but I haven’t found the one I really like….beside the ones that I like are still alive. Isn’t memoirs for the people who already died??
The ones that I want to read is about Keanu Reeves, my favorite actor (not because he has good acting talent but because he’s so delicious), MUSE and Larc en Ciel, my favorite bands.
I’m not interested with books about other celebrities. I prefer watching the memoars than reading it
How bout you?