Here’s the CACSUBTFFDA game (i.e. Create A Coherent Sentence Using Book Titles From Five Different Authors):
Given five authors, you have to come up with a coherent sentence that uses one book title from each author. The rules:
- Book titles must be in one sentence.
- You can use as many other words as you need, but not within a book title.
- The best entries are those make sense, and that use well-known titles rather than obscure titles.
- Entries must be one sentence, although you may use punctuation where appropiate.
For the first (and probably only) round I’ll use easy authors:
- Stephen King
- John Steinbeck
- Isaac Asimov
- Charles Dickens
- Margaret Atwood
Here’s an example answer:
It was East of Eden where I, Robot, had Great Expectations for finding The Blind Assassin.
(Thanks to J-Walk, where this idea was blatantly stolen and plagiarized from.)