Six degrees of booking

This was suggested by Mary. If you need to, check out Mary’s post to see what she did. Mary, since you already did this one, I think you should do it again with a new group of books.🙂 I love this one. Great idea!

Connect any six books in your library to each other by any way you want. One book will remind you of another because the author’s name is similar, a fictional character shows up in someone else’s book, another author is talked about by characters in a book, maybe the same friend recommended both books, or whatever. Your list should be at least six books long. Books from a series count as one entry in your list.

13 responses

  1. Oh this was fun! I did it!

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    Thanks!

  2. Fine holiday fun!

    My answers are up.

    Cate

  3. Mine is up. This took a bit of doing!

    Another version that might be fun — though it would probably take all day, at least — is a kind of round-robin Six Degrees. You could start, Laura, and the first person to comment uses your book suggestion to make another suggestion, and the second commenter uses the first’s suggestion to make another, and so on.

  4. Jeanne, you evil woman you! That sounds like fun. Maybe next week…🙂

  5. Okay. . . Here goes. Thanks for picking up the suggestion Laura. http://ltuande.blogspot.com/2006/04/six-more-degrees-of-booking.html

  6. P.S. A couple of people posted their six degrees on my comments from last week. If you want, check those out, too.

    http://ltuande.blogspot.com/2006/04/six-degrees-of-booking.html

  7. Oooh, I liked this one! I got up to 17 books before I decided I should really stop. But hey, I got all four of the books I’m currently reading in there, so I’m pretty proud of that (grin).

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  8. Mine is up. This was a lot of fun!
    I think Jeanne’s round robin idea sounds great too. Next week? 🙂

  9. Mine’s done.🙂

  10. mine’s up–this was lots of fun!

  11. This was a fantastic idea! It was a lot of fun to do. Mine are up, too!

    http://ctegan.blogspot.com/2006/04/six-degrees-of-booking-booking-through.html

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