What Do Books And Potentially Dead Cats Have In Common?

Tara waxes scatty on why you shouldn’t ask her (or your soon to be ex-best friend) to ‘like’ your book – aka adventures in ‘Internetiness’! ❤

Tara Sparling writes

What Do Books And Potentially Dead Cats Have In Common? The main difference between a book and a potentially dead cat is that the cat doesn’t care what you think of it

I have lots of booky friends. Friends who read. Friends who write. Friends who both write and read – some at the same time (don’t ask me how). But no matter how well we get on; how much we laugh and wheeze together; no matter how much we agree on – there is one thing we almost never agree on: and that is the books we fall messily in love with.

Some friends make recommendations I trust implicitly. But there is one thing I am certain of: many people do not like what I love. I said before in Please Don’t Ask Me To Recommend A Book To You, It Will Only Hurt Us Both that I find it a perilous business, recommending books. I frequently find…

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