This Top Ten Tuesday topic is: Things Books Have Made Me Want To Do or Learn About After Reading Them. Top Ten Tuesday is brought to you by Broke and Bookish.
- Learn to be flexible. Flexibility is an important thing.
- Learn the art of creeping people out with just a few sentences and a look.
- Learn to be utterly confident, even when I don’t know what in the world is going on, and I’m about to go probably die trying to kick a monster’s butt.4. Figure out how to do the whole magical transportation thing. There’s a few books I would love to get inside.5. Paint. Seriously, think about all the books you’ve read where something weird has happened to a painter. Art seems to channel supernatural crap.6. Screw with people’s dreams. It seems like in every third horror book, someone’s dreams get intruded upon in a creepy way. I’ve got a few people I’d love to screw with.7. On a serious note: Prep. I read a lot of TEOTWAWKI books, and prepping is just something makes sense on an every day basis. It’s more stupid to NOT be prepared, even for a short term thing like your power going out for 3 days, than it is to scoff at people who do prep.
Yeah, I was in a bit of a goofy mood. Not sorry.
Leave your links and tell me what you want(ed) to learn to do after reading about them!