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The September #BookaDayUK list

Reblogged from Dor Does Books:

Well, I failed utterly with August, but for anybody who's interested September's list comes from We Love This Book (also on Twitter) and looks like this: 



1st: Favourite book about books and/or bookshops

2nd: Favourite book set in a school (Back to School)

3rd: Best Home Front novel (declaration of WW2)

4th: The book you bought for the cover

5th: The book you bought despite the cover

6th: Favourite book of short stories

7th: Favourite fictional monarch (Elizabeth 1st birthday)

8th: Favourite literary dinner party

9th: Literary crush

10th: A book that gave you hope

11th: Best book recommended by a librarian

12th: Favourite Austen character (Austen Festival)

13th: Favourite Roald Dahl character (Roald Dahl Day)

14th: Character most like you

15th: Favourite Agatha Christie story (Christie’s birthday)

16th: Favourite picture book

17th: Favourite literary detective/policeperson

18th: Favourite coming-of-age book

19th: Favourite seafaring novel (Talk Like a Pirate Day)

20th: Favourite literary friendship

21st: A book to turn someone into a reader (International Literacy Day)

22nd: Best book recommended by a bookseller (Bookseller's Association conference)

23rd: Favourite prize-winning book

24th: Something to do with Gatsby/Fitzgerald/20s (F. Scott Fitzgerald’s birthday)

25th: A book recommended by your parents

26th: Favourite poetry collection (TS Eliot’s birthday)

27th: Book set in your favourite country to visit (World Tourism Day)

28th: Favourite literary troublemaker

29th: The book that made you question everything

30th: The best book you read this month.