Sunday, March 10, 2019

BW11: 52 Books Bingo - Something Borrowed.

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"May I borrow that when you are finished with it?"

"Why certainly,' she said.

Quite happy to share the joy of another bookish adventure with a like minded bibliophile, she wasn't surprised to find out the book traveled near and far, passed from hand to hand of young and mature minds alike, spurring discussion and differences of opinion across the land.  When finally the book came home to roost,  pages worn and yellowed, she savored and pondered with a much older and wiser eye and discovered a much different story from what she read before. And the conversations started once more.

Our next 52 Books Bingo adventure is Something Borrowed and there are a variety of ways to go with this, including but not limited to:  

  1. Borrow a physical and/or ebook from a family member or friend.
  2. Borrow an ebook from the library or online source.
  3. Read a book written by an author whose name is borrowed or a derivation. 
  4. Read a book with borrowed, trade, swap, or lend  in the title.
  5. Read a book about something that gets borrowed.
  6. Read The Borrowers.
  7. Read a book by one of the most borrowed authors in OverDrive.
  8. Read one of the most borrowed books from TorontoUnited KingdomAustralia, and United States
  9. Choose three letters from borrowed such row, owe, web, bow, doe, wed, dew, etcetera and read a book with the word in the title. 
  10. Choose a synonym for borrow and read a book with the word in the title or find that subject in the book.

Have fun following rabbit trails 


If you'd like to share your book reviews, you may link to your website, blog, Goodreads, Google+, Tumblers, or Instagram page. If you do not have any internet or social media account, please leave a comment to let us know what you are reading.    Please do not add links of 52 Books, nonexistent or old web pages. They will be deleted. If your link disappears, please email me if you need to change or update your links. 

Every week I will put up  Mister Linky's Magical Widget for you to link to your reviews.   No matter what book you are reading or reviewing at the time, whether it be # 1 or # 5 or so on, add your link to the current week's post.   The linking widget will close at the end of each book week. 

In the Your Name field, type in your name and the name of the book in parenthesis. In the Your URL field paste a link to your post, then check the privacy box and click enter. 

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