30 Day Book Challenge: Day 6

This 30 Day Book Challenge has gone on for approximately 2.5 months now and we’re only on Day 6! I’m hoping to wrap it up before the holidays! If anyone knows of other 30 Day Book Challenge lists, go ahead and email them to me at worldbookcapital@gmail.com and I’ll post them up. It’s always nice … Continue reading

30 Day Book Challenge: Day 5

This post comes after a long break in writing because I’ve been travelling, working and organising various things and events. I’ll update you about that soon, but here’s another 30 Day Book Challenge. Day 5: A Book That Reminds You of Someone I grew up with Gone With the Wind lurking in the shadows of my … Continue reading

30 Day Book Challenge: Day 4

Day 4: A Book That Makes You Sad The Well-Tempered Clavier by William Coles Most of the reviews for this title read like this:      ‘This is a charming and uplifting book.’ –Piers Morgan      ‘Charming, moving, uplifting. Why can’t all love stories be like this?’ –Tunku Varadarajan, The Wall Street Journal   … Continue reading

30 Day Book Challenge: Day 3

Day 3 – A Book That Makes You Happy This one is easy: Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury. It’s summer. You can sit outside in the sun and enjoy a glass of wine, watch the bees buzz around your table and chat with friends. You can walk through the clean summer rain and smell the … Continue reading

30 Day Book Challenge: Day 2

If you missed the start of the 30 Day Book Challenge, here’s Day 1. Since writing that blog, I’ve found a few other versions of the Book Challenge (so I’m not as clever as I thought!) and I may be using them for inspiration. However, they all vary without standardisation, so we’ll just keep playing … Continue reading

30 Day Book Challenge: Day 1

Most of you who use Facebook have probably heard about the 30 Day Song Challenge and know about yours friends’ favourite tunes and and weirdest artists. Although I haven’t done the song challenge, I thought I’d switch it up a bit and create the 30 Day Book Challenge. I’ll post one book each week in this … Continue reading

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