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25.6 - Sandy's Task: They Go Together

This is a 2 book task. No books with the genre childrens or kids may be used. The two books combined must have a total of at least 600 pages.

Book 1 - Read a book with a title of at least two words, where the initial letters of all of the words in the title can be found in its author's name. Subtitles can be ignored.
Examples:
The Edible Woman by Margaret Atwood - TEW found in margarET atWood; Blood Harvest by Sharon J. Bolton - BH in sHaron BOlton.

Book 2 - Read a book, the title (not subtitle) of which contains its author's initials. All initials must be included.

Examples: Black Swan Rising by Lisa Brackmann - LB found in BLack swan rising; Disoriental by Négar Djavadi - ND found in DisorieNtal.


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Kim | 650 comments Will this work for book 2?

Stories of Art and Artists Diana Secker Tesdell is the editor.

Thank you.


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Kim wrote: "Will this work for book 2?

Stories of Art and Artists Diana Secker Tesdell is the editor.

Thank you."


sorry no - editors are not considered authors.


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Diana Keener | 799 comments If the author uses three parts to their name such as Alexander McCall Smith, can I use the full name to fit the book for Book 1?


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Diana wrote: "If the author uses three parts to their name such as Alexander McCall Smith, can I use the full name to fit the book for Book 1?"

yes


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