Friday, July 13, 2012

Happy Friday The 13th!

It's Friday the 13th again and we're celebrating with anagrams and a giveaway! (Bear with us. This will all make sense shortly.)

Not too long ago, one of the Thirteeners stumbled upon this wordsmith site where you could plug in your name, a phrase, anything, and get anagramed results with the click of a button. We started playing with it, plugging in our names (awesome pen name options!) and finally our book titles. 

What resulted, was this fantastic list of truly compelling novels:

Heathen Debutantes & Bedevilled Peewees by Altho Pluckier
La Dude by Peach Seminal
@Ken by N. Amber Wino
A Located Noise Pit by Dabbler Cry Not
Veal Gas by Duenna Lax-Canar
Ninjas Sneer for John by A. Minions
Fat Elk Tell Shy by Gram Nonsense Hens 
Creeper Hypotheses By Hell Eon 
A Damned Hamster Thug by Sane Hangmen
Android Knot Port by Syncing Mind Mi
Vino Tit Pop by Askew Ties 
Tanners Tarp by Lineal Thaw Pipe 
And then, in typical Thirteener fashion, we had to take it a step further by creating things like fake covers and riveting synopses.  I mean, aren't you dying to read La Dude after this writeup and jacket?  


LA DUDE by Peach Seminal


Surf slacker extraordinaire Sam "the dude" Foster is seeking the next big wave in Australia when he takes a wrong turn at the airport and ends up in Paris.  Having no money for a ticket home, Sam must get a job in a Parisian cafe. Soon he's embracing the French way of life, dropping "bonjours" and "au chantes" like a pro. La Dude is the story of a man who loses his way, and finds it again, all with the help of a little ooh-la-la.





And check out these other mock covers. Admit it: you'd totally pick one of these up at your local bookstore.
photo for @KEN by Madeline Yoki and used under Creative Commons


And then you'd be headed straight to the registers, money in hand, if the author had credentials like so:


Yeah. Ahem. Thank you for indulging us.

Now that we've had our fun, we wanted to offer up some fun for you. Below is a list of books each of us Thirteeners adores and wishes we had written first! (These are novels written either in our respective genres, or novels with similar themes/voice/style to our upcoming books.) 

One lucky winner is going to receive these 13 books:
WHITE CAT by Holly Black and HEIST SOCIETY by Ally Carter (from Natalie)
BATTLE ROYALE by Koushun Takami
(from Elsie) 
PARANORMALCY by Kiersten White (from Shannon) 
WINTERGIRLS by Laurie Halse Anderson (from Brandy) 
THE HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins (from Mindy) 
ANNA DRESSED IN BLOOD by Kendare Blake (from Jenn)
UNDER THE NEVER SKY by Veronica Rossi (from Erin)
HOW I LIVE NOW by Meg Rosoff (from April) 
THE ADORATION OF JENNA FOX by Mary E. Pearson (from Alexa) 
SHADOW AND BONE by Leigh Bardugo (from Ellen) 
THE SCORPIO RACES by Maggie Stiefvater (from Kasie) 
TIGER LILY by Jodi Lynn Anderson (from Megan)

Use the widget below to enter the giveaway:


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So that's it! Happy Friday the 13th to you all! We hope you've enjoyed celebrating with us, even if the anagrams were a little crazy.  ;)

Next week Natalie Whipple is on the chopping block. Send her truth and dares here. And if you're a published (or soon to be published) author, don't forget you can sign up to guest post with us. 
 

328 comments:

  1. Definitely Daughter of Smoke and Bone!<3 It's such a beautiful and enchanting book <3

    Thank you SO MUCH for this giveaway!! And Happy Friday 13th!

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  2. LOL Hank Arty is my anagramed name. THanks for the giveaway! :)

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  3. I anagramed my name and Claire Frith became Achier Flirt! Think I might change it legally ;)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. The Wolves of Mercy Falls series! Or just Shiver if it's only one book. Maggie's writing is absolutely amazing—so lyrical and flowing! I seriously wish I could write like that :-)

    Thanks for the giveaway, especially for making it international! <3

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  5. Anna dressed in blood so amazing...
    Fantastic giveaway

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  6. My results weren't really understandable, but A Llama An Nee sounds pretty cool! :)

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  7. I wished I've written either Divergent or Shatter Me, such a great books. And from the giveaway list definitely Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo, loooved that one.
    My anagramed name is A Ordains Jerks - LOL!!!
    Thanks for an awesome giveaway! :)

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  8. I wish that I had written the Twilight and Harry Potter series.

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  9. Thanks for the giveaway!

    A book I wish I had written that I read recently is This Is Not A Test or any of Courtney Summers novels really. I also wish I could've came up with Divergent, and the Vampire Academy series.

    A cool anagram that I got was Haven Slayer, which sounds like a great name for a vampire hunter or something.

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  10. Thank you so much for this amazing giveaway.
    I wish that I've written Shatter Me, Tha Morganville Vampires or Sookie Stackhouse novels.

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  11. I anagrammed my name: Yank Maw... that's pretty awful :P

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  12. I wish I'd written The Mortal Instruments or The Book Thief : )
    Most of my anagrams were not very exciting, but this one's not too bad: Aerial Lilac Zee Mi.
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!

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  13. Awesome giveaway! And I love La Dude! That's a fantastic cover in A La The Big Labowski fashion.

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  14. Ooh. The book I wish I had written? Daughter of smoke and bone by Laini Taylor. Great contest, you guys!

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  15. OK, I could've spent hours on that anagram site. My name came up with some really interesting ones but my favorites were Ashen Lime Night, Shame The Lining, Alien Hen Might, and Anthem Isle Nigh. All of them would make awesome band names!!
    One book I wish I'd written is The Daughter of Smoke and Bone. Every time I read anything by Laney Tailor I want to give up writing forever because it's so good!

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  16. I really wish I'd written The Hunger Games and Book of a Thousand Days. Thanks for the contest. Happy Friday the 13th.

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  17. I did an anagram for my name; most didn't make sense but I liked "Senora Sander." Although it sounds a bit shady... :P

    I'd really love to read Shadow and Bone; I've heard a lot of great things about that book!

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  18. The Harry Potter books are the obvious choice for me, but excluding that, I would have to go for Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta. It's one of my favourite books of all time and so beautifully written! :)

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  19. Unfortunately their server's too busy for me to play with anagrams! But I'm pretty much in love with LA Dude. I think I'd also read @Ken, just for the morbid fascination factor.

    This is hilarious. <3

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  20. No anagrams for my name! This is disappointing.

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  21. I Wish I'd written To Kill A Mockingbird - but Harper Lee obviously beat me to it by a large number of years ;) @Ken looks absolutely amazing by the way! Fantastic giveaway! :D

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  22. I wish I'd written La Dude. It sounds like an amazing book. It'd be like Megatokyo but in Paris.

    Hrm, I already own most of these and doubly approve of all of them. :) On a side note, I maybe read too much. I would stop, but there's too many awesome books I haven't gotten to yet!

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  23. o thats a hard one, i have several. but my top has to TWILIGHT..

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  24. Thank you so much for the awesome giveaway! :D Well, I really wish I'd written Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor. It's such a beautiful and exceptional read! I really love the book.

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  25. So I just anagrammed my entire name and got, "Daddy Diva Hall". I don't even.
    ALSO. I wish I had written White Cat by Holly Black! :D

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  26. Dang. I think I would love to have written "Through Wolf's Eyes" by Jane Lindskold. That's the first book of the Firekeeper series, which I absolutely adore. <3

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  27. I wish I'd written The Hunger Games, naturally. But also Jellicoe Road and The Daughter of Smoke and Bone. Unfortunately, if I had written them, they'd be by Tracey Neithercott since my name is apparently unannagramable.

    Also, I think you guys have a real bestseller on your hands with Vino Tit Pop by Askew Ties.

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  28. Hunger Games would have been mines also!
    My anagrammed name is Acid Role - hahahahaa. I hope this doesn't mean I'm evil!

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  29. Oriel Elm sounds like it could be a fantasy name =P

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  30. These anagrams are awesome! I def have to check that out, lol. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  31. I wish I'd written "Spindle's End" by Robin McKinley. Or Lord of the Rings. :)

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  32. I forgot how cool anagrams are. The best one I found for my name was: Roll My Elf Zen.

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  33. I anagrammed (is that a word?) my name and got Satan Hit Mi. Why yes, yes he did ;)

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  34. I definitely wish I'd written DIVERGENT - especially when I found out the author is only a month older than me!

    And many of my anagrams turned out to include "Hazelnut" - yum!

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  35. My first and last name had a few fun anagrams - my favorite of them were Airhead Clung, Guardian Lech, Enchilada Rug and, Arachnid Glue

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  36. The book adaptation of Battle Royale - goodness it was epic!

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  37. I am going to waste countless hours of my life on this anagram maker, so cool! My fave from my name has got to be, Llama Her Sir!

    And I'd really like to meet Duenna Lax-Cannard, will she be doing an author event anytime soon? Haha :0)

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  38. I wish I had written Wintergirls. Laurie Halse Anderson is amazing!!

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  39. The best anagram of my name is probably Birth Sneezed. I just...there are no words.

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  40. I wish I wrote 50 Shades actually. Terrible as it is, she's making BANK.

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  41. I wish I had written the Harry Potter series! They were so full of imagination! I adored them all :D
    Apparently, my anagram-ed name is Panama Ornery!

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  42. That Anagram thing was hilarious. This is one of my best: Beakers Ah Jelly.

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  43. I wish I'd written Heist Society. It's fantastic! But then, not sure if I'll love the characters so much if they were my own creations...

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  44. Ooooh, I wish I had written Shatter Me or My Life Next Door, both great and filled with swoony guys.

    Best anagram of my name? A Radical Girl Hints (or full name is Radically Snarling Hint) Apparently I'm radical & give hints, haha.

    Happy 13th and thanks for the giveaway opportunity! *fingers crossed*

    ~Christina
    The Book Hookup: Eat. Breathe. Read!

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  45. I wish I'd written the Divergent books, or maybe The Fault in Our Stars (some of my favourite books). All the anagrams were with weird words that don't make sense but this was my favourite 'me a sore cookie' (which doesn't even make much sense but I like it)

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  46. Would love to have been the creative writing force behind either Holly Black's White Cat trilogy or Ms. Collins' Hunger Games trilogy. To have the talent and skill to create such vivid and complex characters who thrive in such fast paced and incredibly imaginative worlds....Amazing! devoured every word of every book, and find myself coming back to all 6 as references to improve my dialogue writing and character development. thanks for an exciting giveaway.

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  47. I wish I would have written Wings by Aprilynne Pike. Great giveaway! :)

    Jessica @ Books: A true story

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  48. I wish I wrote the HARRY POTTER series, honestly. To be able to come up with something as extraordinary as that... Wow.

    Happy Early Christmas, everyone! :D

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  49. Part of me wishes I could have written the Percy Jackson series, but at the same time that would mean I wouldnt get to enjoy them as much.

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  50. Savage Trek is my anagrammed name. Nice.

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  51. Oh man, so many books I wish I'd written, so I'll go with an anagram: Cribs Brew Flits--if only the "l" wasn't there, it'd be perfect!!

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  52. My anagrammed name sounds ridiculous: Rip Sky. I'm either a pop star or a superhero.

    I wish I'd written The Scorpio Races or Daughter of Smoke & Bone. Gorgeous, gorgeous books those!

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  53. I wish I had written Dracula. Yes I know it was a long time ago but it is a big start on paranormal books.

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  54. I wish I would have written Harry Potter not for the fame of the books, just for the creativity process that inspired J.K Rowling to build those worlds.
    (ileana-rafflecopter)

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  55. My blog name is an anagram of the librarian created using that same site!!!

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  56. I wish I had written Finnikin of the Rock by Melina Marchetta. My name anagramed is "Herculean Combo" or "A Cherub Monocle". LOVE IT!

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  57. I wish I'd written Jo Knowles' See You at Harry's. Adore it!

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  58. I wish I'd written Hunger Games. It's just so compellingly creative.

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  59. I'd read anything from a Ms. Wino. While drinking my own glass of red wine of course. ;)

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  60. I wish I wrote Daughter of Smoke and Bone!

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  61. I wish I had written either The Hunger Games trilogy, Divergent, or Jellicoe Road. <333 So many books!

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  62. I couldn't resist entering! What an amazing giveaway for Friday the 13th. Thanks for your wonderful blog. I really enjoy getting to know each of the author's and their books. I'm excited to read all of them as they come out.

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  63. I wish I'd written Fire by Kristin Cashore. Or Across the Universe by Beth Revis. Besically, anything that Kristin Cashore or Beth Revis writes :D

    I totally did the anagram thing. I typed in my name (Alyssa Susanna), and got craziness like "A Nasals Says Nu", "Salsas An Ya Sun", and "A Alas Sassy Nun". LOL. That was fun :)
    Thank you!!!! I'm so glad you guy enjoy doing this kind of thing on Friday the 13th days.

    Alyssa Susanna <3

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  65. I agree with all of these books (that I've read, which is most of them). MOst recently The Scorpio Races and Daughter of Smoke and Bone definitely made me drool with the wish that I could write like that--or that I had written those books. Great picks. And what an awesome contest! Thanks lovely Thirteeners!!

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  66. I wish I'd written The Hunger Games.

    Thanks so much for this giveaway and for making it international!

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  67. I really wish I'd written Little Women by Louisa M Alcott. It's classic YA and the first novel I remember loving from the first chapter. I must have read it 20 times over ad it never gets old.

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  68. I've always loved books by Robin McKinley and wish I could have written Beauty or The Blue Sword.

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  69. I wish I'd written jane by lindner. the anagram thingy is a total fun. mine is win! so hope I win the giveaway

    -wni

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  70. Dude, I'd totally buy Ninjas Sneer for John. Not even kidding.

    As for me, I just spent half the night bawling over THE FAULT IN OUR STARS. I would love to write a book that moving/funny/engrossing/powerful/gorgeous.

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  71. I wish I'd written Daughter of Smoke and Bone, or His Dark Materials.

    And my best name is A Coke Surety ;)

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  72. I wish I'd written Song of Scarabaeus by Sarah Creasy. It's incredibly interwoven plot lines and sense of grand vastness just take my breath away each time I read it.

    My name anagrams to Yam or May!

    I'll go with Yam.

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  73. My anagaram name is A Sundae Lynch!

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  74. LOL! Love those anagrams. Vino Tit Pop had me laughing out loud. I got this with mine: Easier Sperms Try by Dory Dry Tree Ho

    Yeah.

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  75. Hunger games, Vampier academy , Harry potter, Kite runner, thousand splendid sun...oh so many books.

    Anagrams for: Vidisha
    8 found. Displaying all:
    Aid Shiv
    Divas Hi
    Avid His
    Diva His
    Visa Hid
    Via Dish
    A Id Shiv
    Ad Shiv I

    that was funny

    vidishamun@gmail.com

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  76. I totally wish I'd written The Scorpio Races, or possibly Lips Touch because I heart that so badly for being the first book I read by Laini Taylor. See? This is why it's so hard to keep my mind on writing - there's so much more worthy stuff out there already!

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  77. A Drama Nay
    This is the best anagram on the list. I guess the book that I most wish I had written is Harry Potter.

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  78. I wish I had written ANYTHING by Brandon Sanderson, because seriously, he's a genius.

    And I anagramed my name and came up with Sandora Hush. Which I love.

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  79. Any of the Cassandra Clare books, she is amazing.

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  80. There are so many books I'd written. I can't name just one or two!
    My name has approximately one anagram, and it's the most boring thing ever. And whenever I Google myself, I always get "Did you mean river?"
    No, Google. I know my name, and it is not River.

    ~Riv Re
    Riv Reads

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  81. I wish I would just write anything...hmmm wish I would have written Under the Never Sky or how about Hunger Games or Harry Potter :)

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  82. If I could only pick one book, it would have to be "City of Bones" by Cassandra Clare. Love the Mortal Instruments series so much I have an iratze rune on the back of my neck. Yeah.

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  83. Best anagram of my name was Gold Djinn Hulks. Which is still absolutely terrible.
    The book I most wish I had written is probably Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson. I really admire his magic systems. Wish I was clever enough to come up with something like that.

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  84. Great giveaway and thanks for the laughs! When I realized it was Friday the 13th I knew I had to check this blog:)

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  85. I wish I had written the Gallagher Girls books. So fun!

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  86. I wish I had written The Hunger Games because it really kicked offthe dystopia craze (which I love!). Plus Suzanne Collins is super wealthy now. :P

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  87. Oh my awesomeness, look at this beauty: A Banana Crotch Fishy Thrill
    Also note worthy: A Bananas Chic Frothy Thrill.
    And a book: A Charlatan By Hitch Florins

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  88. I wish I'd written Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson... because I can't imagine taking on something that big and still doing such an amazing job with it.

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  89. Bahahaha. Holy crap. I cannot. Stop. Laughing!! Those anagrams and covers are HILARIOUS.

    The book I wish I'd written is also The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater. Stunning in every way.

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  90. I wish I had written the Dragon Riders of Pern series! Love them!

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  91. Thank you for the awesome giveaway and for making it international.
    My anagram: A Lacuna I haha

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  92. I wish i had written The mortal instruments series by Cassie Clare :) thanks for the int. giveaway

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  93. I wish I had written the Harry Potter books! They are amazing

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  94. I really wish I had written anything by Francesca Lia Block. Echo, The Hanged Man, and Weetzie Bat are particularly amazing to me!

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  95. I would be happy to have written anything by John Green or Jenny Downham.

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  96. Mmmm did the Anagram thing it came up with over 6000 results! One that stood out was: SAME PIE SLOP
    Something my kids would say about my cooking???

    But, a book I wish I had written: Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor, she is a master wordsmith!

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  97. I wish I'd written the Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart. It's one of my favorite books.

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  98. Going Bovine - fun and off the wall!

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  99. This is AWESOME! I died laughing. I haven't LOLd over a post in a while.

    I put in my name and novel and am now the proud author of:

    A Ace Greyer by Hipness Hots

    Watch out 50 Shades, Hipness Hots is in town writing so grey, I don't even need proper grammar.

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  100. This is very nice. Thank you for having this giveaway.

    I used Anagram and the best result was: Rage In.
    My name was Regina and I thought it was cool because my name spelled two words which is awesome.

    So thanks again for the giveaway and have a happy Friday the 13th! :D

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  101. So many amazing books on this list! Anyone who wins these 13 is super lucky!

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  102. I would have loved to have written The Disenchantments by Nina LaCour or The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale. Both are written so beautifully!

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  103. I wish I'd written LEVIATHAN. Also the movie INCEPTION (does that count?).

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  104. My anagrammed name is Beau Gene Hi!

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  105. No anagram for my name :(
    I wish I wrote AKATA WITCH by Nnedi O.

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  106. I wish I'd written Finnikin of the Rock by Melina Marchetta. Or, let's be honest, Harry Potter, because, who WOULDN'T want to have written and profited from HP?

    But check out one of my cool anagrams:

    Debonairness Nee Retro.

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  107. Veal Gas is still killing me. OMG. I love that, and the bio that goes with it...wow. La Dude is my next TBR on Goodreads. He'd better live up to his cover :) Happy Friday the 13th.

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  108. I wish I had written anything by Sharon Creech, especially Heartbeat.

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  109. I totally wish I would've written Carrie Ryan's The Dead Tossed Waves and The Dark and Hollow Places. <3

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  110. I wish I'd written The Fault in Our Stars by John Green... or Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta.

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  111. Unearthly and Hallowed by Cynthia Hand!

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  112. Anagram, Runic Fez Sly, I wish I knew what it meant. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  113. Oh most definitely After Dark by Murakami.
    I wish I had the writing style he does...
    So amazing.
    And speaking of amazing! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  114. Okay... so I wish I'd written practically any book by Maggie Stiefvater! Yes, I adore her like that. Really love her latest book The Scorpio Races >.< not only she has way with words, her characters and world building are great as well.

    Thank you for the great giveaway! You guys are amazing :D

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  115. I wish I had written Harry Potter! :)
    Thank you for this amazing giveaway!

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  116. I anagram: Kindred Dreamheart

    The best result was " Drama Kindred There "!

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  117. Wish I can write/draw like Japanese mangaka! I love Fullmetal Alchemist, I would like something epic like that.

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  118. I wish I'd written The Fault in Our Stars :-) it's such an amazing book!

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  119. There are so many books I wish I'd written. From the sound of it, I think I'd like to have written THRONE OF GLASS, but I definitely wish I were clever enough to write the Queen's Thief series by Megan Whalen Turner. Epically clever.

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  120. What a great giveaway. I've heard Wintergirls is fabulous.

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  121. My name didn't result in many anagrams. The best on was rein. :)

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  122. I wish I had written the Harry Potter series, Daughter of Smoke and Bone...and I also LOVED Holly Black's White Cat. A fav for sure. Thanks!

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  123. There are so many books I wish I had written! One is Delirium by Lauren Oliver. Loved that book. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  124. Ha! This made me laugh a lot. I love Ninjas Sneer at John cover. And I might even read La Dude.

    Jives Sire Loose

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  125. An anagram of my name is Safari Poet–my blog name :-)

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  126. Such a fun post!!

    Anyways, the book I wish I'd written has to be Grave Mercy. That book is pure brilliance!

    Thanks for the giveaway. ;)

    -Aneeqah @ My Not So Real Life

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  127. There were so many funny anagrams of my name. Some of them include: Failed Honk, Half Oinked, Halo Knifed, Oaf Held Ink. Very funny.

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  128. Anagram form my full name: Canned Jennies Hitler

    And no. I have no clue why Jennie has canned Hitler.

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  129. Oddly enough, my did not make any cool anagrams. Although, the most interesting one was: Cristofori.

    One book I am wishing for would have to be Small Medium at Large...

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  130. Anagramed my name: Fear of Lung !

    I looked up anagrams for my name a while back and started using them as my screen names :)

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  131. I would buy Ninjas Sneer for John in a second. Someone write this please?

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  132. 'Egomania Ivy Soul' just so happens to be my secret super villain name. unfortunatley some people also refer to me as 'Iguanas Move Oily' or, my least favourite, 'Vagina Mousey Oil.' its just so, so wrong!
    also, 'Vamoosing Ya Lieu' for some foreign sounding suave-ness.

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  133. Awesome giveaway! And according to the Anagram Powers that Be, I'm a "Jail Snitch Mild," among other amusing things.

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  134. Lol, I anagram-ed my name and got Leach Ranch.
    I really wished I'd written the Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead. This was the first series I ever fell in love with, and it'll always be one of my favorites :D

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  135. I think I'd also like to have written twilight. I love those books.

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  136. My name anagrams to some truly awful things like... I can't even bring myself to say some of them, but I am laughing so hard right now. But lets got with Penlites Ho!

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  137. I got the anagram "Earl Chilli". I like it, it sounds like the racey relative of the Fresh Prince of Bel Air :)

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  138. I really wish that I had written The Truth About Forever. That book is amazing!

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  139. I really wish I had written "Before I Fall" or "Looking for Alaska."

    Really, really.

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  140. I wish I could have written The Disenchantments by Nina LaCour - it's got such a quiet strength and power infused in it. Love it.

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  141. Daughter of Smoke and Bone or Howl's Moving Castle.

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  142. I wish I had written The Stephanie Perkins books. They are so cute and funny I love them!

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  143. What a fun giveaway! Here's my anagram book title from my name "Jennifer Ward":

    Fear Drew Jinn

    Sounds like a creepy YA horror novel, yes?

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  144. I don't really wish I could have written another author's books... I do, however, wish I had the brains and creativity to come up with a wizarding world in which a dark wizard had to battle a baby, which led to the greatest series of all time.

    Smiley Renter was one of my favorites. Imagine having to rent smilies before using them in any conversation on the internet. I'd be broke.

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  145. I wish I had written The Mortal Instruments series! It's such a twisty story. I love it! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  146. I was going to say Paranormalcy. But then someone stole it ;) I wish I wrote Legend by Marie Lu.

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  147. my anagram name is Love Rip Sol...yep, pretty spiffy, no?

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  148. Okay.... there were a lot of good anagrams for my name, but here are a few of my favorites...

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  149. Oh wow, the books in the giveaway list are all fantastic! The book I wish I wrote was... Finnikin of the Rock by Melina Marchetta. So. Much. Amazing.

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  150. Well, the anagrams were great. I used my middle name too and I thought the funniest one was A Lassie Tit Romp. Sounds like some Irish sorority initiation ritual, doesn't it?

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  151. A Bark Maid :) was the funniest one that would come up :)

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  152. My favorite anagram: Lanyard Vine Song
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  153. I wish I had written Monument 14! Awesome read!

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  154. What a great post!!!!! And generous giveaway!! This was too fun - the best anagram from my name??? "All By Horny"!!!! hee hee - Thanks for the fun!

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  155. I wish I'd written Graceling! Kristin Cashore is AMAZING.

    Anagrams:none. Apparently you can't make an anagram of my full name... WEIRD.

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  156. I wish I had written On The Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta. It's the most clever book I've ever read. Who knew that this would be the year I would finally find my all-time favorite book. Read it if you haven't! Although it would be cool if I had written this, I'd prefer if I wasn't the author. It's better this way, being a reader, as I can swoon and fawn and go loco over this book. If I was the author I would just conceited and stuck up if I went on about how magnificent this book is. I think I'll stcik with being the reader ;)

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  157. Lankly Berth... awesome name. :P

    I wish I'd written Harry Potter.

    Thanks for the fun and for the giveaway.

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  158. I wish I'd written Harry Potter and Divergent.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  159. I wish I wrote The Pledge. It's such an amazing book. That, or Blood Red Road

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  160. Hmm... I wish I would have written Firelight by Sophie Jordan, Nightshade by Andrea Cremer, Paranormalcy by Kiersten White, Divergent by Veronica Roth--ah! The list goes on...

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  161. I wish I had written Harry Potter. That would have been amazing, lol :)

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  162. Mama Roosts
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