Last year Elyse at PCN (Pop Culture Nerd) hosted a great meme, sort of a Mad Libs with book titles. I had such a great time with last year’s post, so when I saw her post, I decided it was perfect timing! You simply fill in the blanks with book titles.
One time at band/summer camp, I Let the Great World Spin (McCann).
Wait. I was supposed to jump off the rope into the creek? I missed that part.
Weekends at my house are Tales of the City (Maupin).
Which is also why guests need A Lesson in Secrets (Winspear).
My neighbor is The Hangmanâ€™s Daughter (Potzsch).
Thatâ€™s why I donâ€™t need an alarm system.
My boss is Among the Mad (Winspear).
My ex was The Devil in the White City (Larson).
Need I say more?
My superhero secret identity is Silver Sparrow (Jones).
Wouldn’t that be a cool costume?
You wouldnâ€™t like me when Iâ€™m angry because One Good Turn…Â (Atkinson).
…deserves another. ahahaha! AHAHAHA! (yes, thatâ€™s my evil laugh)
Iâ€™d win a gold medal in Love, Lies & Liquor (Beaton).
Only on days that end in y.
Iâ€™d pay good money for Casino Royale (Fleming).
Or its main hunk, James Bond, or the main hunk who plays Bond in the film….none other than Daniel Craig himself. *sigh*
If I were president, I would Live and Let Die (Fleming).
Iâ€™m a hard ass, what can I say?
When I donâ€™t have good books, I ask When Will There be Good News? (Atkinson).
But thank goodness, as you guys can tell, I normally have good books.
Loud talkers at the movies should be Long Gone (Burke).
The only question is how…You mean I never told you about The Funny Man (Warner) and An Accident in August (Cosse) he once had? Oops. Never mind.
Join in – either in comments or a separate post. I’d love to see what your book titles say about you.