Yes, Jenni@email@example.com has honored me with The Booker Award – for which I am grateful. The truth of the matter is any award that acknowledges that I live in my own world is very cool. It’s ok though – they know me here.
I love Jenni’s blog because she suffers no fools, poses timely and provocative questions and engages her readers to think. And she manages to do this with a very deft touch. I’m not saying this to suck up – after all, I was one of the lucky ones who got this award – therefore, everything I’m saying is just accurate and objective. Truly, check out her blog if you’ve not done so – it’s a great place to spend some time.
The other fun part of this particular award is that I’m to list my five all-time favorite books. I can’t do that, though I have tried to winnow the field down. So, the only way I can be compliant is to list five books that I love with the caveat that they are five of probably fifty that would be up there in the ‘amazing’ ether.
A Wrinkle In Time – Madeline Engle
To Kill A Mockingbird – Harper Lee
The Catcher In The Rye – J.D. Salinger
Breakfast At Tiffany’s – Truman Capote
The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe – C.S. Lewis
Now I’m feeling guilty because of all the ones that I’m not listing..maybe this award is more difficult to accept than I thought. Perhaps I can wax eloquent about this little world I live in…? I didn’t think so.
Now to pay this forward I nominate others who undoubtedly have favorites we may want to add to our cosmic library (for a library of outstanding books would surely be cosmic)..I’m tapping on the libraries of:
It’s your turn!
Oh one more thing – Rhoni my dear @HelpMeRhonda@wordpress.com…I think you still owe your loyal friends and followers a few more bits of information??