BQB and the Meaning of Life

Since the dawn of time, man has asked one question:

Why did the series finale of Dexter both suck and blow at the same time?

But if man has asked two questions since the dawn of time, the second one would be:

What is the meaning of life?

What's the meaning of life?

What is it?  I don’t know!

This summer, Bookshelf Q. Battler, World Renowned Poindexter, Reviewer of Books, Movies, and Cultural Happenings, Champion Yeti Fighter and Blogger-in-Chief of the Bookshelf Battle Blog goes in search of life’s most illusive question.

And if he has time, he’ll tackle the Dexter inquiry also.


Read the epic tale below and keep checking for updates all summer:

INTRODUCTION – Our noble nerd explains why he wrote this story in the first place.

PART 1 – Disturbed by his constantly fighting bookshelf characters, BQB gets a toaster pastry as a midnight snack.  Lightning strikes the tasty treat, BQB eats it anyway and our hero dies on the toilet whilst trying to expel it.

PART 2 – BQB finds himself in an afterlife speakeasy where a mysterious waitress informs him that knocking back the booze is not only expected, it’s the only way newcomers to this strange place can process what’s happening.  Also, a British fellow in a codpiece introduces himself.

PART 3 – William Shakespeare is appointed as Bookshelf Q. Battler’s spirit guide.

PART 4 – We learn where exactly our hero is.

PART 5 – BQB gets a chance to return to the physical world.  Also, he is tasked with finding – the meaning of life!

PART 6 – Bookshelf Q. Battler is revived.  Aunt Gertie missed him.

PART 7 – BQB’s bookshelf characters apologize for their shenanigans.

PART 8Troublesome Characters – BQB considers enlisting the help of famed fantasy author Joel LL Torrow to keep the rowdy characters on his bookshelf in line.

PART 9 – The Game is Afoot – Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson come to BQB’s aid.

PART 10 –  Sell-Out – The detectives solve a case about BQB’s past.

Copyright Bookshelf Q. Battler 2015.  All Rights Reserved.

Nerd image courtesy of a license. 


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