Let’s turn to the pleasures of reading: today, post something about a
Ready to roll? All you need to do is…
Write a new post on your iblog in response to the prompt.
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Has a book ever changed your life? Which one is it, and how did it transform you?
If you could lead the life of a character in any book you’ve read, who would it be?
Choose five important people in your life, and (virtually) dedicate a specific book to each one.
Spend a few minutes by your bookcase and create a
book-spine poem — then snap a photo of it, and share it with your readers. Have you written a book or thought about it? Tell us what your project is about.
Feeling less bookish today? No worries: use “book” as a verb and tell us about a restaurant, event, or trip you’d reserve a spot at as soon as it becomes possible again.
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Recall a personal experience when a surprising change took place in your life. Write a narration of the experience, showing your readers what happened and why it is important to you.
Recall an experience when a member of your family or a friend, who had no sympathy for an activity or work that you found rewarding, “reluctantly admitted there must be some virtue in it.” Write a narration of events leading up to this change in the person’s judgement.
Describe a change you have noticed in yourself lately. Do you think you discovered it buried deep in you all along or do you think you invented it? How could you prove it?
Name a book that changed your life.
If you could go back in time and change something in your life, what would you change?
Have you ever received an emotional shock? How did you behave immediately afterwards? In what ways did your reaction to the shock change over time?