Six Degrees of Separation

Six Degrees of Separation is a meme hosted by Kate over at Books Are My Favourite and Best. It works like this: each month, a book is chosen as a starting point and linked to six other books to form a chain. A book doesn’t need to be connected to all the others on the list, only to the one next to it in the chain. It’s one of the very few memes to which I regularly contribute.

This table is in the order that the posts appeared.

Six Degrees of SeparationDate of Post
From Three Women to Flying Finish2019/10/05
From A Gentleman in Moscow to Dancer2019/09/07
From The Tiger in the Tiger Pit to And the Wind Sees All2019/08/03
From Where the Wild Things Are to The Tiger in the Tiger Pit2019/07/06
From Murmur to Johannesburg2019/06/01
From Dry to The Hotel New Hampshire2019/05/04
From How to Be Both to Mãn2019/04/06
From The Arsonist to Ghost Moth2019/03/04
From Fight Club to The Virgins 2019/02/02
From The French Lieutenant's Woman to The Tax Inspector2019/01/05
From A Christmas Carol to the Bird Artist2018/12/02
From Vanity Fair to The Mountain Can Wait2018/11/03
From The Outsiders to Wise Children2018/10/06
From Where Am I Now? to An Unquiet Mind2018/09/01
From Atonement to Oscar and Lucinda2018/08/04
From Tales of the City to The Book of Salt2018/07/07
From The Tipping Point to Killing Me Softly2018/06/02
From The Poisonwood Bible to The Eyre Affair2018/05/05
From Memoirs of a Geisha to Capital2018/04/13
From The Beauty Myth to Waiting for Robert Capa2018/03/03
From Lincoln in the Bardo to Villette2018/02/06
From The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency to Prodigal Summer2018/01/06
From It to Mrs Hemingway2017/12/02
From Less Than Zero to the Yellow Wallpaper2017/11/06
From Like Water for Chocolate to Les Liaisons Dangereuses2017/10/11
From Wild Swans to The Invisible Woman2017/09/02
From Pride and Prejudice to Under the Visible Life2017/08/05
From Picnic at Hanging Rock to A Vindication of the Rights of Women2017/07/01
From Shopgirl to Shotgun Lovesongs2017/06/07