Saturday, September 06, 2008

Saturday Word Play: Anagrams

So, I'm adding another weekly feature that'll prevent me from actual reading. Sigh.

This week's Saturday Word Play is anagrams. Or as they say in the biz "an arm sag." Can you unscramble these to identify the authors? Do them all at home, but answer only one in the comment section. That way, at least 10 people will have a chance to play.

1. barn rooster
2. a remodel loner
3. intro speak
4. win ravioli fog
5. eagle colon lens
6. commit blah
7. one faded lie
8. moose jar saga
9. laymen rant
10. rob riverbank galas

Have fun!


Anonymous said...

Oh goodie! Now I can blame you for the fact that I've got nothing accomplished for the last hour and a half.
But I think I've got all ten. And at #10 I've got...
Barbara Kingsolver

Thanks John, that was fun. Now what will be my excuse for the rest of the day...

Wanda said...

Still working on some but #1 is Nora Roberts.

Teena in Toronto said...

Alas, my brain doesn't work that way :(

I just finished my 4th Canadian book:

Teena in Toronto said...

It was the first play I've ever read ... surprising considering my concentration was English in university.

Teena in Toronto said...

Re my sister's kitty, Maggie is about 15 years old.

Teena in Toronto said...

Hi again!

I finished my fifth book just now ... another by my former St. F.X.U. prof, Sheldon Currie.

raidergirl3 said...

I like this idea, even though I can't think of any!!
I am usually much better at word puzzles, so I want more chances at this.

ooh, i just got one!
5. Colleen Gleason

I was going to say keep putting these up even if I can't get any, but then I did.

Isabella K said...

It may not look like we're playing along, but it's just really, really hard, John.

I'm out of practice at that sort of thing. I'm still working on a couple.

But I'll add to your list:
9. Yann Martel