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23 August, 2016

Mix 'n Match sentence

The Nickster hosted at Bout of Books -- Mix 'n Match  (instructions right below!)

Pick out 10-15 books from your shelf, from your local library, or from a local bookstore. They can be any genre, any language, and any length. In each book, flip to a random page and pick the 1st word (articles such as "the", "and", "an", "or", etc. don't count as the 1st word). Use all these 1st words to try to create an actual sentence. If the books are in different languages, feel free to translate them to all one language or leave them as they are! also, you can add in some articles, such as "the", "and", "an", "or", etc., if you want to make the sentence flow better. 

I used the books that were sitting on my desk either waiting to be added to the TBR pile or waiting to have something written about them here on the blog or at

Untitled plus Empress by Karen Miller which didn't make it to the photo stack.

* called
* dandelions
* messages 
* Scorpious 
* eyes
* these 
* only 
* claimed
* keys 
* get 
* clothing 
* beside 
* warm 

These messages beside the warm clothing called Scorpious and the keys claimed only the dandelions get eyes.

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