Since it’s April Fool’s Day, I toyed with different ideas of questions for today.
- Who’s your favorite “fool” of a character, and why?
- What authors have fooled you? By a trick plot twist? By making you think their book was any good when it wasn’t?
- What covers have fooled you into reading books you hated … even though the covers were wonderful?
- What’s the best April Fool’s Day trick you’ve ever seen/heard about/done?
Ultimately, I couldn’t pick … so choose the one you like best. Or answer all of them! Or make up your own.
Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!
Mine is up.
Mine is up too, but didn’t do “Learning”.
Was that a mistake maybe??
[…] Deb has asked a variety of questions for today. […]
Here’s my answer –
Since I have absolutely no recollection of learning to read, I answered some of these instead! My post is here.
Only one answer today, about the covers:
This one seemed to be more fun. Here’s mine.
I decided to highlight a book called “April Fool’s Day” by Bryce Courtenay. My full post is here.
I went for twisted endings.
Here’s my April Fool’s Day answer
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There’s none quite like Puck!
The best April fools joke was ballon boy. Even though it wasn’t on April 1st.