Poetry From The Shelves – A tribute To James Patterson

I think it’s time again for a Poem From The Shelves! The following two poems were created using ONLY titles of James Patterson books. Enjoy! My Brother Is A Big, Fat Liar Alex Cross, Run Run For Your Life You’ve Been Warned Watch The Skies When The Wind Blows  —  Sail  —  Cross Country Don’t Blink How I Survived Bullies, Broccoli, And Snake Hill Second Honeymoon Now You See Her Guilty Wives See How They Run 10thAnniversary The Quickie Tick Tock The Final Warning Get Me Out Of Here! Gone Game Over Pop Goes The Weasel

Murder in the library??? Ask Agatha Christie!

October seems like a good time for a mystery tribute.  Following is a poem created using only titles of Agatha Christie novels. Enjoy! Halloween Party The Man In The Brown Suit Lord Edgware Dies A Murder Is Announced Mrs. McGinty’s dead Endless Night The Clocks The Thirteen Problems The Moving Finger Appointment With Death One, Two, Buckle My Shoe Parker Pyne Investigates Five Little Pigs The Big Four Partners In Crime Third Girl Dumb Witness Cards On The Table Ordeal Of Innocence They Do It With Mirrors The Pale Horse Destination Unknown The Hollow Peril At End House Why Didn’t …

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Poetry From The Shelves – A Tribute To Danielle Steel

Many times, as books pass through my hands, I have thought how interesting it might be to write a story using only book titles.  There are SO MANY interesting? fascinating? intriguing? just plain odd? titles available!  For my first attempt, I used only one author, Danielle Steel – she has over 80 titles currently available.  I shuffled through the titles, let them fall together, shifted several, and good, bad or indifferent, here is what I came up with. Family Album Legacy Granny Dan Daddy A Good Woman Answered Prayers Sisters    –    Friends Forever Wanderlust Dating Game Toxic Bachelors Changes Irresistible …

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