The End of June’s #BOOKADAYUK Twitter Campaign (3 of 3)

The June #bookadayuk Twitter campaign comes to an end. Here are my final tweets:


WolfeDay #25: Never finished it: Mrs. Dalloway. Woolf’s stream of consciousness kills me.

Day #26: Should have sold more copies: Voice-Over by Carole Corbeil. Explores the identity of bicultural Canadians.

Day #27: Want to be one of the characters: Lullabies for Little Criminals by Heather O’Neill. I want to be Baby’s mother and take good care of her.

Day #28: Bought at my fav independent bookshop: The Snapper and The Van by Roddy Doyle @TheBookshelf (Guelph, Ontario, Canada)

Day #29: The one I read most often: Obasan by Joy Kogawa

Day #30: The books I would save if my house burned down: the novel my 10-year-old daughter is presently writing.


Check out my previous posts “#BOOKADAYUK: Twenty More Tweets” and “#BOOKADAYUK: A Fun Twitter Campaign For Books Nerds.”

Sad to see The Borough Press’ campaign come to an end? Fear not, for @DoubledayUK will continue this campaign during the month of July. Tweet away fellow book nerds!



2 thoughts on “The End of June’s #BOOKADAYUK Twitter Campaign (3 of 3)

    • Carole Besharah says:

      Thanks B.I.P. I cannot wait to read O’Neill’s sophomoric novel, The Girl Who Was Saturday Night. I hope it’s just as good as the first. Cheers!

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