Title Blending Meme

Thanks to Jean from Catholicfire who tagged me for this 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.

Okay, here are my attempts….

Pilgrims of a Common Life and Fate by Trevor Grosman

Grandma, Tell Me Your Memories of a Catholic Girlhood by Kathy McCarthy

The Imitation of Christ in You by Thomas Anonymous

Dark Night of the Soul Cravings by Erwin Raphael St. John

A Simple Path of Destruction by Mother Teresa Karpyshyn

The Everlasting Man Magnet by G. K Miller

The Sex Starved Marriage Preparation by Michele Weiner Parsons

You Can Understand the Bible Speaks to You by Robert McAfee Kreeft

The Ascent to Truth Decay Thomas Gruthuis

First Comes Love Your God With All Your Mind by Scott Willard

Finding God’s Wisdom for Little Boys by Fr. Joseph George

Now it’s your turn;


Laodicea Bloggers




and The March Hare

Write as many or as few of these mixes as you want and afterwards, tag six people. Enjoy 🙂

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9 Responses to Title Blending Meme

  1. TO says:

    Very cute. 🙂

  2. Mimi says:

    These are brilliant!

  3. ukok says:

    Glad you like ’em 🙂

  4. Deb, thanks for the tag. I’ll be doing it soon.

  5. ukok says:

    I look forward to reading your responses, Rosemary 🙂

  6. Jean says:

    Very Creative, Deb! Great job!

  7. berenike says:

    Finally got round to it – did you tell us you’d tagtged us (I almost never check this email account, mind you)

  8. ukok says:

    Berenike, in typical fashion, I probably negelcted to do just that and somehow expected you to read my mind 🙂

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