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FICTIONAL BOOK TITLE 3


FICTIONAL BOOK TITLES

A little indulgence of mine is to create book titles that reflect some of the attributes of books or characters I have read,

and,

who better to be the author of that book , than the characters themselves.

The following books DO NOT exist of course, but they SHOULD!!!

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1. ‘How (not) to Keep Your Head Above Water’

or

‘Calamari Soup

by C. Nemo.

(Voted the world’s most captivating tour guide.)

(This book-title came to me after reading Jules Verne’s  ‘20,000 Leagues Under the Sea‘)

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FICTIONAL BOOK TITLES 1 & 2


FICTIONAL BOOK TITLES

A little indulgence of mine is to create book titles that reflect some of the attributes of books or characters I have read,

and,

who better to be the author of that book , than the characters themselves.

The following books DO NOT exist of course, but they SHOULD!!!

~~~~~

1. ‘(not so) Effective Teaching Strategies

by Wackford Squeers

(Obviously a ‘founding father’ of British education.)

(This book-title came to me after reading Charles Dickens ‘Nicholas Nickleby‘)

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2. ‘How to Live a Long and (not so) Healthy Life

by Jason Bourne

Ten books and still not dead going strong.

(This book-title sprang to mind after reading the ‘Bourne’ series of books , written by Robert Ludlum and then Eric Van Lustbader.)

Book Rating System

The F.D.R.S.B.

(The Friday Dubious Rating System for Books)

The FDRSB is a five star rating system.

The most your book can earn is 6 out of 5 stars!

All books start with three stars!

*** You’ve written a whole damned book, so, you deserve at least three.

**** You earn a 4th star if you send me on an entertaining trip away from reality.

***** Five stars if I finish reading the book. (eventually!)

****** Six out of five stars if your writing is so good that you can afford , and do, send me 50 Shekels for the plug.

Note: You do not have to have earned five stars to try for your sixth.
 
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