Old image alert – Kate @Books Are My Favourite & Best now hosts #6Degrees but this is a good refresh of the rules.
The Tipping Point is a book I know about, but not one I’ve read.
The best link I could think of was thanks to the tag about little things on the front cover.
I automatically started humming Kev Carmody and Paul Kelly’s song, From Little Things Big Things Grow.
The song was turned into a picture book a number of years ago with illustrations by Queensland artist Peter Hudson and the kids from Gurindji country.
Another book inspired by a song is Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami.
One of the characters is obviously a huge Beatles fan.
I love short story collections.
One of my favourite short story writers is William Trevor.
His brick of short stories is one of the most brilliant pieces of story-telling I’ve ever read.
Sadly he died in 2016, along with a slew of other well-known authors.
Including Richard Adams.
Watership Down was one of my favourite childhood reads.
The rabbits in this story are a perfect literary example of how little things can make a big difference.
And so we go back to The Tipping Point.
For the first time, in #6degrees history, I have created a loop rather than a chain.
How did you fare this month?
By the by, it’s 14℃ outside, but feels like 11.
Which is better than #6degrees (see what I did there?)
Winter has arrived with a vengeance!