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Should You Be Allowed to Pilot a Motor Vehicle? by A. E. Chandler

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This is a book all about you. By spending precious minutes of your life taking these five quizzes you will learn:

Should You Be Allowed to Pilot a Motor Vehicle? (Hint: If you can’t read type this small, you shouldn’t.)
What Is Your Ideal Hobby? (No, sleeping is not a hobby. It’s a lifestyle choice.)
Are You Too Competitive? (After a rousing game of chess that table doesn’t throw itself.)
Do You Have a Sense of Humour? (Only 78% of people do.)
What Is Your Spirit Animal? (And can it eat you?)

You should come away from this book having answered these questions and learned something about yourself, and your place in the world. And then you can go back to doing whatever you were doing before you read this book.

15 minute short read - Questionable Quizzes

#1 Should You Be Allowed to Pilot a Motor Vehicle?
#2 Are You a Superhero?
#3 What Colour Is Your Personality?
#4 Does Your DIY Require Professional Help?
#5 Will You Survive a Safari?
#6 Which of Robin Hood's Merry Men Are You?


“I wish I had published them. But we don’t actually publish quizzes here.” - editor, The Worldview from My Chair

“A book I would read, if I had 15 minutes.” - Edgar Hemingway

“A tour de force . . . is an accomplishment achieved with impressive skill.” - The Dictionary

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A. E. Chandler

  

A. E. Chandler holds an MA with Merit from the University of Nottingham, where she wrote her dissertation on the social history behind Robin Hood. While earning a BA in Ancient and Medieval Studies, she also took courses in publishing and creative writing. Living in England, and travelling in Europe, Asia, and Africa have also contributed to her stories and characters - she has been chased by a camel rider through the Sahara Desert, skated down a volcano in Sicily, and gotten unintentionally locked inside of a medieval prison in France. Chandler has had short stories, poetry, and articles published, in addition to a book of collected non-fiction entitled Into the World, and the novel The Scarlet Forest: A Tale of Robin Hood. She volunteers with the Glenbow Museum’s military collection, and writes historical fiction as well as contemporary fiction concerning history.

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