A Dog Blog: A Special Edition of my Game for Margaret Kennedy Week

Hello bookish friends! It’s me – Briar!

Are you enjoying Margaret Kennedy Reading Week?

I am! Because Jane had some annual leave to use up before the end of the year and she took it this week. So I have had extra company and we have had some trips out into the country for special walks. I am a happy dog!

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(Jane said I should show you this picture even though I’m not very big in it, because in the background is a literary landmark to do with one of the books you will see a little further down.)

I wanted to do something for the week, and so I should do a special round of my game. Do you remember how it works? We pick a person and we take a photograph of five books to represent them. Then you have to guess who they are.

Here’s a link to an previous game, if you want to see how it’s done.

This time we have picked people who are joining in Margaret Kennedy Reading Week, and each of them has a Margaret Kennedy book that they have read or are reading now in their pile of books.

Some of them have played the game, some of them have been answers in the game before, and you should be able to find links to all of them around the blog.

So let’s play!

Here’s the first:

Ladies

To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf
Mansfield Park by Jane Austen
The Ladies of Lyndon by Mararet Kennedy
Miss Buncle’s Book by D E Stevenson
Consider the Fork by Bee Wilson

* * * * *

Next comes number two:

Feast

Merry Hall by Beverley Nichols
The Feast by Margaret Kennedy
This is the End by Stella Benson
Mapp and Lucia by E F Benson
Sunlight on a Broken Column by Atia Hossain

* * * * *

Number three is in the middle:

Lucy

Can You Forgive Her? by Anthony Trollope
Lucy Carmichael by Margaret Kennedy
Love in the Sun by Leo Walmsley
The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins
Sugar Hall by Tiffany Murray

* * * * *

Next in line is number four:

Nymph

The Constant Nymph by Margaret Kennedy
The Game of Kings by Dorothy Dunnett
Family Roundabout by Richmal Compton
The Devil in the Marshalsea by Antonia Hodgson
The True and Splendid Adventures of the Harristown Sisters by Michelle Lovric

* * * * *

And last but not least is number five:

Together
An Episode of Sparrows by Rumer Godden
Together and Apart by Margaret Kennedy
London Belongs to Me by Norman Collins
A Game of Hide and Seek by Elizabeth Taylor
The Love-Charm of Bombs by Lara Fiegel

* * * * *

You can tell me your answers in the comments and I’ll be along later to tell you if you’re right and to chat a bit.

If you’re the first person to get one of answers you will get a bonus entry in our prize draw, which will be coming along later in the week. You can guess yourself if you want.

So let’s go !!!

24 responses

  1. I think #1 is Audrey as well, and I did wonder if #3 was Jane. I know I’ve read about The Love-Charm of Bombs somewhere recently but I can’t remember where. Thanks for another fun round!

  2. Hi Briar – sounds as if you and Jane are having a lovely week. I seem to have missed this round of guessing as everyone else has got the answers while I was sleeping.

  3. Dear everyone,

    Well done for getting all of the answers!

    The first ones in and the people getting extra entries in the prize draw are:

    Kaggsy, for guessing that she was number 2.
    Vicki, for spotting that Darlene of Cosy Books was number 5
    Helen of Mad About the Books for spotting that Jane was number 3.
    Helen of She Reads Novels for realising that she was number 4.
    Michelle for working out the Audrey was number 1.

    We will be making the draw tomorrow evening.

    Love Briar x

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