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Back in 2012, I found this fun little game through Anakalian Whims, and I thought it would be interesting to try it again! As 2015 is now over, I have done my best to answer the questions with the best titles I could use, it is difficult though! Next time, I’ll make sure I read more books!

Using only books you have read this year (2015), answer these questions. Try not to repeat a book title.

Describe yourself: Red Queen

How do you feel: Divergent

Describe where you currently live: Mansfield Park

If you could go anywhere, where would you go: I Heart New York

Your favorite form of transportation: The Silver Chair

Your best friend is: The Witch’s Daughter

You and your friends are: The Girls from Corona Del Mar

What is the best advice you have to give: How To Build A Girl

What’s the weather like: Wild

You fear: The Goldfinch

Thought for the day: I Heart London

How I would like to die:  The Last Battle

My soul’s present condition: Always the Bridesmaid

I first did this in 2012 , which wasn’t great as it was a year full of unusable titles!

Having seen many interesting challenges and done a few myself, I have decided to create my own for February 2015, to welcome a new year of books and to banish the winter blues!

Welcome to my Bookish Photo A Day!

Below is a list of 28 instructions, one for every day of February. You have to take a photo of each thing listed for the day and post it to your blog/Twitter/Instagram/Facebook/whatever account you wish!

  1. Favourite book
  2. Random page
  3. Old book
  4. Antagonist
  5. Big book
  6. Mother character
  7. Bookshelf
  8. The hero/heroine
  9. Film adaptation
  10. Book character costume
  11. Tiny book
  12. Book-related object
  13. Spine
  14. Romance
  15. Children’s book
  16. Bookmark
  17. Chapter title
  18. Not your book
  19. Favourite cover
  20. Unread
  21. A bookshop
  22. An iconic opening line
  23. Unfinished book
  24. Non-fiction
  25. Your favourite beverage and a book
  26. A beautiful coffee-table book
  27. Illustration
  28. An alternative use for a book

Post your photos under my special hashtag #AWORphotoaday so I can see yours too!

I can’t wait to start this tomorrow!

If you struggle to think of anything, then feel free to look at my examples for inspiration!

Good luck and have fun!

You’ve been transported to the setting of the last book you read. Where are you? (via Novelicious)

England! At a boy’s grammar school called St Oswald’s!

I recently read “Gentlemen and Players” by Joanne Harris.

Image found via Novelicious on Facebook