As I looked through my tbr shelves to try to find some titles to help me finish challenges I realized that I have a lot of titles with proper names. So, here’s the challenge and it’s a little different this time around, I want you to list up to 20 titles (you can list only 1 if you want) with proper names, first or last, in the title. You will get points if other participants also list the same title, so choose popular ones. If two people guess the same title it’s 2 points for both them. If three people then it’s 3 points for the trio and so on.
An example- Tex by SE Hinton. If four people had entered it those four people would have gotten 4 points. It’s not complicated, just have to guess what other people will list. I don’t need the author and you can’t choose Tex!
Feel free to leave a few now and come back to leave more later. You have until Saturday since I am getting this up late. The points this week are unlimited!
Here are the rules… 1. Open to everyone. Play once or every week, that’s okay. I’m happy to have you here today.
2. No cheating. No googling, other internet searches or looking at other commenter answers. Yes, we’re going by the honor system
3. Your first answers will be the only ones accepted.
Results are in! Since I wanted you to get a few more points I’m giving an extra 5 points for titles that I have on my own shelves.
10 points-Jane Eyre, Emma
9 points-Harry Potter, David Copperfield
8 points-Frankenstein, Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt, Oliver Twist,
7 points-Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Charlie & the Chocolate Factory, Romeo & Juliet, A Prayer for Owen Meany, Lady Chatterly’s Lover, Ethan Frome
5 points-Are You There God It’s Me Margaret?, Cordouroy, The Da Vinci Code, Dear John, Holly’s Inbox, Scarlett, Three Junes, The Joy Luck Club, Jude the Obscure, King Lear, Life of Pi, My Antonia
4 points-Aloce in Wonderland, Anna Karenina
3 points-The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Sarah’s Key, Mrs. Dalloway
2 points-Rebecca, Still Alice, Tess of D’Ubervilles, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Will Grayson, Will Grayson, Meridian, Mr. Rosenblum Dreams in English, The Other Bolelyn Girl, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Angela’s Ashes, Anne of Green Gables, Charlotte’s Web, Cleopatra’s Daughter, Don Quixote, Dracula, How Clarissa Burden Learned to Fly, Jacob Have I Loved