What’s in a Name? Challenge #6

Why, yes! Yes, I am participating in What’s in a Name? Challenge #6! “What?!” you say, “I thought you said no more blogging!” Yes, it’s true, no more blogging; but I’m going to be participating as a non-blogger in the challenge by posting comments at www.bethfishreads.com/ What’s in a Name? Challenge #6 🙂


I’ve actually spent the past couple of days pulling down the stacks and sorting out books, finding the ones that would qualify for next years challenge:

  1. A book with up or down (or equivalent) in the title: Deep down True, The Girl Below, The Diva Digs up the Dirt
  2. A book with something you’d find in your kitchen in the title: Loose Lips Sink Ships, The Knife of Never Letting Go, Breadcrumbs
  3. A book with a party or celebration in the title: A Feast for Crows, A Wedding in Haiti, Cocktail Hour under the Tree of Forgetfulness
  4. A book with fire (or equivalent) in the title: Burning for Revenge, Fireworks over Toccoa, Catching Fire
  5. A book with an emotion in the title: Baltimore Blues, Say You’re Sorry, Dreams of Joy
  6. A book with lost or found (or equivalent) in the title: The Book of Lost Fragrances, The World We Found, A Discovery of Witches
(Text captured from www.bethfishreads.com/ What’s in a Name? Challenge #6)

So, what do I have on hand that would fit?
  1. UP/DOWN: She Got Up Off the Couch (by Haven Kimmel);
  2. KITCHEN: Mr. Peanut (by Adam Ross); Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe (by Fannie Flagg); The History of the World in 6 Glasses (by Tom Standage); Fast Food Nation (by Eric Schlosser); Three Cups of Tea (by Greg Mortensen and Oliver Relin); The Cold Dish (by Craig Johnson); In Defense of Food (by Michael Pollan); Last Night at the Lobster (by Stewart O’Nan) and, to be funny The Gardner Heist (by Ulrich Boser)
  3. PARTY: Skeletons at the Feast (by Chris Bohjalian)
  4. FIRE: Chariots of Fire (by W.J. Weatherby); Burning Angel (by James Lee Burke)
  5. EMOTION: The Walking Dead, Volume 4: This Sorrowful Life (by Robert Kirkman et al); House of Mirth (by Edith Wharton)
  6. LOST/FOUND: The Lost Diaries of Franz Hals (by Michael Kernan); Lost Illusions (by Honoré de Balzac)

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