Thought I’d try something new again and stumbled upon Fibbing Friday hosted by pensitivity101.
My take on these fibby ‘Best Sellers’:
1. The Missing Tent by Seymour Skye.
This is the story of a tent passed down from generation to generation of tentmakers, the most recent steward of which discovered a mystery: the one he’s holding is a counterfeit. Who broke the chain?
2. Making the Most of Bread by Roland Pickles.
Faced with the challenge of making bread with just three ingredients, the startup chef stumbles upon 100 different ways of baking a banana or carrot cake.
3. Living on a Budget by M T Wallit.
This book documents the creative ways children from different countries spend government subsidy from COVID fund. From starting their own businesses to growing their own food, many have drawn inspiration from anecdotal accounts by the parents who have banded together to form the social network Children for Humanity.
4. Wake me at Dawn by Misty Mawning.
A true tale of one sleepy town’s transformation to Zombieland.
5. Sing me a Lullaby by Muse Ickles.
A reimagination of a child’s early years when her mother, a frustrated singer, routinely sings her to sleep. With experts’ opinions on mother’s singing, children’s sleeping patterns and their connection to sleep disorders.
6. Caught in the Act by Robin Banks.
A story based on true events in early 2020 in Manila where an influx of newly unemployed foreign nationals joined by health and government officials were found looting pubs and liquor stores eventually resulting in alcohol shortage for months.
7. The Pensioner Chronicles by Jerry Attrick.
Confessions from early retirees in their 30s and senior citizens living on pension and savings on how retirement is overrated, pension is a joke along with bonus pieces of advice such as steer clear of nursing homes, etc.
8. The Scapegoat’s Revenge by Carrie deCan.
The story of how a top medical expert was catapulted to presidency after the former leader succumbed to a highly infectious disease shortly after subjecting the medical expert to public shaming for his medical advice.
9. Fields of Destiny by Krystal Ball.
A short documentary on Destiny’s grandchildren who have shunned the celebrity lifestyle and stardom to work in the Mrs. Field’s outlets, bringing joy to kids through baked goodies.
10. The Long and the Short of It by Cyn Opsiss.
This depicts the life of the tallest man alive shrunk to the size of a thumb,in various art forms such as pictures, photographs and essays in a three-part series.