Title Blending Meme

Nick from Literary Compass tagged me for the Title Blending Meme.

Here are the rules:Blend two book titles together by using the last word of one title and the first word of the second title. If you want, you can blend the authors' names too. Like this:

The Divine Comedy 0f Errors by Dante Shakespeare

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince of Tides by J.K Conroy

The Canterbury Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Geoffrey Blume

The Screwtape Letters to a Young Poet by C.S. Rilke and of course,

The Last Don Quixote by Mario de Cervantes.

Now it's your turn. Write as many or as few as you want. Tag six people. Extra credit for blending titles with my other two favorite books, Lord of the Rings and Master and Commander. Extra extra credit if you can find another title that blends with Don Quixote.

Don Quixote and the Hobbit by Miguel Tolkien

Cradle Don Quixote by Kurt de Cevantes

Catch Don Quixote by Heller de Cevantes

Don Quixote: 1984 by Miguel Orwell

A Prayer for Don Quixote by John Saavedra

The Taming of Don Quixote by Miguel Shakespeare

Flowers for Don Quixote by Daniel de Servantes

A Wrinkle in Don Quixote by Miguel L'Engle

The Rings of Don Quixote by Miguel Tolkien

Don Quixote and the Shrew by Tolkien Shakespeare

Commander Don Quixote by Miguel O'Brian

The Divine Don Quixote by Dante de Cervantes

Enough of Don Quixote!

Island of the Little Women by Scott Alcott

I will tag the following six people: Esther, Barb, Ukok, Leticia, Sarah, and Margaret Mary Myers.


  1. This is fabulous! I can't wait to make it my weekend fun! :) Thanks for the tag, Jean.

  2. ha ha ha! Great answers! Thanks for the tag. I love this meme!

  3. Thanks Jean :-)

  4. Got it. Thanks for thinking of me, Jean. :) Margaret Mary

  5. This is fun. I'm working on it.
    I should really get my teenage son on it. He's good at stuff like this!

  6. Sorry Jeanmarie! I just caught on that you tagged me! I'll post tomorrow!


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