This is one of the many “tag” posts I found months ago that I saved for when I had more time.
- Thank the person who tagged you – Well nobody tagged me, but I did get the idea from Captivated-By-Fantasy so I should at least give her credit and link back to the post!
- Answer the questions. Don’t search for the answers on line. Use your memory – This might be problematic because my memory is really shitty lately, but I’ll give it a try.
- Tag people to do the tag – I’m going to take CBF’s route and leave this open for anyone who wants to do it now, later, or at all.
- Name a book written by an author named Michael.
- Name a book with a dragon on the cover.
- Name a book about a character called George.
What’s with the “George?” Dammit! Captivated By Fantasy already used George Weasley D: Hm, okay, let me put my thinking cap on. Ah! Grandpa George from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I can’t think of any stories where the main character is named George.
- Name a book written by an author with the surname Smith.
Loved this book growing up. It was one of those “animal stories” that I was so fond of. Eh, I guess his surname is technically “King-Smith,” but I’m not going to split (cat) hairs. They rarely draw cats with slit pupils or entirely slit pupils when they’re the protagonist #observation
- Name a book set in Australia
I don’t even know. I have read myths/stories about the aborigines, which would obviously be set there, but I don’t know any exact titles.
- Name a book with the name of a month in the title
Blanking here, too. Aren’t I fun? I can think of plenty of songs with a month in the title (“January Girl” by Tori Amos, “Wake Me Up When September Ends,” by Green Day), and even band names (October Project), but books ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
- Name a book with a knife on the cover
- Name a book with the word “one” in the title
- Name a book with an eponymous title
- Name a book turned into a movie
Oh that’s it? Whew, that was tougher than advertised.
Feel free to do this tag if you want!