The Book Blogger Memory Challenge Book Tag
I was tagged to do the Book Blogger Memory Challenge Book Tag by Jo @ Jo Linsdell in this post.
Thank you for the tag, Jo! Fun and easy Friday post for the win!
Answer the prompts without using the internet or looking at your bookshelves. Your answers have to come from MEMORY! Make sure to link to the person who originally tagged you and tag five other people if you’d like.
Name a book by an author named Michael.
The first book that comes to mind is The English Patient by Michael Ondaatje. I can recall this title, but I can’t pronounce the last name and have always thought of the author as Michael O-something.
Name a book with a dragon on the cover.
I just don’t read books about dragons. But how about a dinosaur on the cover? Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton. This would also work for #1 (a book written by Michael)
Name a book written by an author with the surname Smith.
I immediately thought of the classic, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith.
Name a book set in Australia.
I loved The Dry by Jane Harper.
Name a book with a month in the title.
The first one that comes to mind is a classic, The Enchanted April by Elizabeth von Arnim
Name a book with a knife on the cover.
Oh dear! If I see a knife on the cover, it’s an automatic skip for me because I can’t read thrillers, crime fiction, or true crime. So, I’m cheating here and using a sword! Prince Caspian by C.S. Lewis.
Name a book with the word “One” in the title.
This is easy! One-In-A-Million Boy by Monica Wood.
***There are only 9 prompts (I double counted to make sure!) and I like to see an even 10, so I’m adding one!***
Name a book with “Mountains” in the title.
The Mountains Sing by Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai
Although I remembered the title, I did have to look up the spelling of the author’s name!
[EDITED to add that Marianne from Let’s Read went on an investigative journey and found an older post that had the 10th prompt., #10 is “Name a book that has a main character named George.” I first thought of “Curious George,” but upon further consideration I remembered Washington: A Life by Ron Chernow. If you decide to do this tag and want to use the original 10 prompts, you now have the official list!]
I’m tagging anyone who reads this post and would like to do the Book Blogger Memory Challenge!
If you do the tag, please link to my post so that I can comment on yours!
Did you think of your own answers while reading mine?
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