Six Degrees of Separation: From Eats, Shoots and Leaves to The Golden Thread

Six Degrees of Separation is a monthly meme hosted by Kate over at BooksAreMyFavouriteAndBest. She sets the starting point and participants add six more titles linked in any way they choose.

This month we start with Eats, Shoots and Leaves, a great book about English grammar by Lynne Truss. I remember reading and enjoying it when it was first published. But then I am a total grammar nerd (split infinitive, anyone?), so I was definitely its target audience.

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Six Degrees of Separation: From The Bass Rock to Catriona

It’s time for another Six Degrees post, hooray! This is a monthly meme where participants are given the same starting book by Kate over at BooksAreMyFavouriteAndBest. We then add six linked books of our choosing. It’s always fascinating to see how different the chains end up being.

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Six Degrees of Separation: from Beezus and Ramona to Farewell My Lovely

It’s time for another Six Degrees post. Hosted by Kate, this is a meme where we all start with the same title, add six linked titles and see where we end up. It’s amazing and fascinating to see how different everyone’s chains are.

Mt chains seem to have become a repository for my reading aspirations and this month is no different. I decided to use as my links only titles that I already own, but haven’t yet read (with one exception) in the hope that it may spur me on to actually finish some of them some time……!

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Six Degrees of Separation: From Shuggie Bain to The Changing Outer Hebrides

It’s the first Saturday in April, so it’s time for another Six Degrees post. This meme is hosted by Kate over at BooksAreMyFavouriteAndBest.

We all start with the same book and then add six linked titles of our own. It’s amazing and fascinating to see how differently all the chains turn out.

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