Jo at Beyond Strange New Words tagged me in this! Sounds about right for a Tuesday morning.
The rules: answer the questions without searching the Internet or looking at your bookshelves and tag five bloggers.
1. A book written by an author called Michael: Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton…. it’s Michael Crichton, right? Or am I just making up his first name?
2. A book with a dragon on the cover: Eragon! And whatever, that’s a great series.
3. A book about a character called George: Feed by Mira Grant. Ha, and you thought I was going to say Curious George, didn’t you? Almost, my friends, almost…
4. A book written by an author by the surname Smith: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Graeme-Smith. Do hyphenated ones count?
5. A book set in Australia: The Rosie Project! The audiobook narrator does an Australian accent, which was my first clue (or maybe is Australian…? IDK).
6. A book with a name of a month in a title: The Violets of March by Sarah Jio.
7. A book with a knife in the cover: Crap… ummmmmm… I don’t even know.
8. A book with the word “one” in the title: Anyone But You by Jennifer Crusie. Yeah I’m stretching now….
9. A book with an eponymous title: Emma by Jane Austen. That’s what that means, right?
10. A book turned into a movie: The Hunger Games. (Come on, this one is SUPER easy these day.)
I wouldn’t mind this thing being a bit longer. I am FOREVER double-checking things online, so it sucked not to do that… I started second-guessing everything.
“Is that really this name?”
“Is that really the title?”
“Am I just imaging that character’s name???”
I’m not going to bother tagging anyone, because lazy like that… but by all means, please grab it if you’re bored and want to test your book memory skills 😉