Am I the only one that has noticed that the focus questions are sort of difficult to connect to yourself AND your book?
Oh, and really, we are probably more interested in what you reveal about what you think, rather than the what you know about your book anyway. You can pick and choose bits from the text to include in your post, but spend most of the time just discussing the question(s) you pick. The rubric is all that matters for a grade in the end - I'm especially impressed by philosophic quibbling of any kind.
Your senior classmates blogs may help if you choose to go read theirs. Go ahead and link to them in your writing if someone sparks your inquiry into the focus.
Check out the Member directory or Blog directory. Their own blog archives may still have posts when they were just starting out, too.
Picking unique books and connecting focus questions to the uniqueness of yourself should yield a post as varied and interesting as any you'll find.
Here's a real conundrum:
from Liar's Parodox wrote:
"The next sentence is false. The previous sentence is true."