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10.4 - Hey There, Hi There, Ho There!

2018 celebrates the 90th anniversary of Mickey Mouse’s big-screen debut in Steamboat Willie on November 18, 1928. Read a book written by a single author whose first and list name initials are found in MICKEY MOUSE. Letters may be used only as often as they appear in the phrase. Spaces determine names.


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Emily | 722 comments Just want to confirm that I can use M.R. Carey as an author (since the first initial is an initial and not a name)


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Boston Kate wrote: "Just want to confirm that I can use M.R. Carey as an author (since the first initial is an initial and not a name)"

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Amber J (amberisreading) | 38 comments For the author Melissa de la Cruz, does the last name initial begin with a 'D' or a 'C'?


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Tiffani wrote: "For the author Melissa de la Cruz, does the last name initial begin with a 'D' or a 'C'?"

From FAQ
1. If a task calls for author’s initials, what name do I use for the last initial?
While there are great variations in names, we work with the general rule that the author’s last name is the final word in the name that is preceded by a space. We realize that this may not be technically accurate in every case, but this is the default rule. Relational suffixes, such as Jr., III, etc. do not count as part of the name for SRC purposes.


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