The Five-Book Meme

I love this one, and haven’t shared it in a long time.  So here’s my fun little paragraph pulled from five of the books I have surrounding me at the moment:

The man was called Calvin Fritz and the helicopter was a Bell 222.  They give you greater flexibility and skill as a journal writer.  You can set the locale identifier for your script’s content using the LCID property of the Session object.  Likewise, whenever a line proceeds in an even, fluid manner and then becomes frenetic and energetic, it demands more attention.  If possible, activate new extensions in the php.ini file.

Wow.  How totally random and bizarre!  Using books of the same genre make for a more logical (though often equally bizarre) paragraph, but since most of the books surrounding me at the moment are computer-related, I thought a geek paragraph might be a bit much… and would probably only be amusing to a fellow geek.

Today’s books are:

  1. Bad Luck and Trouble by Lee Child
  2. Creative Journal Writing by Stephanie Dowrick
  3. PHP Cookbook by David Sklar and Adam Trachtenberg
  4. Expressive Drawing by Steven Aimone
  5. ASP by A. Keyton Weissinger

One Response to “The Five-Book Meme”

  1. January 8th, 2010 | 8:33 am

    That is fun! :)
    .-= On a limb with Claudia´s last blog … About Claudia (part six) : Ten novels that changed my life =-.