Here it is, Day 7. You’ve been wracking your brain trying to think up the correct answer every day for a week now. You should be finding this easy by now, right? No? Well, didn’t I say at the very beginning that we weren’t going to make it easy? But you can do it. I know you can! Just think about my clue, and visit some of the other author links to their Web sites and their clues. And if you need a refresher on the rules, go to http://bookendslitagency.blogspot.com/.
Clue for Day 7 (written by Jessica Faust):
Working in publishing means I read all day, in one form or another. If I’m not reading queries, a client’s new contract or industry blogs, I’m reading exciting requested material from an author I’m planning to offer representation. When I’m not reading all of that, I’m reading something new to review on my blog. I used to read a book or two a week for pleasure, even all through college. Now, I’ve had to cut out almost all pleasure reading—I watch TV instead as a way to turn off my brain for a while. But when vacations come around, I plan my reading list like a new bride plans her honeymoon wardrobe. And then I tell all my friends and colleagues about what I just can’t wait to read and not criticize. This Christmas break, I’m planning to read three books I just can’t wait to get my hands on. I’ve spent extra time picking them out because I can’t risk choosing something I’ll regret. Which three books are my Christmas selections for 2011?
My clue: One of the three word titles scrambled: hmetaptgoralire. (Remember my clue is only one of many. To read the other clues go the BookEnds blog and follow the links.)
Answer to Day 6: Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison and “As You Like It” by William Shakespeare.