Unfortunately we couldn’t include the answer “All of them!” that some of you offered, but instead we have collected and collated all your other answers and here are the results.
On March 2nd 2017, he tweeted an idea of how to make any first line of a book more interesting by simply adding one more line… “And then the murders began.”
One of our favourite authors, Neil Gaiman, even got involved suggesting a line from Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen.
On a bungee jump, in the middle of a rave, or even upside down in a swimming pool?
Extreme reading is a very real thing, and maybe it is time for some of us to get in on the action!
Take a look at some of these examples we have found on the world wide web…
Readers can be some of the funniest, punniest, most comical tweeters around, just take a look…
We have compiled the top ten most popular bookish memes at the moment for your enjoyment right here in one place. Don’t forget to come and visit us on Tumblr though, as the meme selection is ever-changing!
Ovid influenced an extensive range of writers through the years, from Shakespeare to James Joyce, and even Bob Dylan who borrowed lines for a handful of his songs.
To celebrate his birthday we have gathered some lines and quotes attributed to the great poet himself…
Sadly Derek passed away in March 2017, but he has left an extensive legacy of poetry that gained much recognition through the decades. He wrote his first poem at 14 and, with help from his mother, he self-published his works, and eventually gained a scholarship to the University College of the West Indies.
The Tumblr elves have been hard at work exploring the posts and tags within them, to create lists of the Top 20 most popular and most discussed books on Tumblr. Let us show you what they have found…
Have you ever felt like you just want the ground to open up and swallow you whole?
Have you made a quip that fell flat, or did something a bit odd and you weren’t quite sure why you did it?
Do you have nightmares about social gatherings and the pressures of societal norms?
Then these books are for you!
Disclaimer: unfortunately these are not real books.
I know, I wish they were too.