1. Find an author’s name with the letter Z in it.

~ I do have *The Book Thief* by Marcus Zusak, however my friend is borrowing that one. So I’m going with *The Maze Runner* my Max Brooks.

2. Find a classic.

~ The classic that I thought of was *Pride and Prejudice* by Jane Austen.

3. Find a book with a key on it.

~ *The Lost Symbol* by Dan Brown has a huge key in the middle of the front cover!

4. Find something on your bookshelf that’s not a book.

~ One of the things on my bookshelf that isn’t a book is my little Daenerys Targaryen with a large head.

5. Find the oldest book on your shelf.

~ I can’t remember whether it was *Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone* by J.K. Rowling or whether it was *Magyk* by Angie Sage.

6. Find a book with a girl on the cover.

~ I pretty much randomly picked a book from my shelf for this one and out came *Alice in Zombieland *by Gena Showalter.

7. Find a book with a boy on the cover.

~ I had to actually search for one with a boy on the cover but I knew that *Hush, Hush* by Becca Fitzpatrick did.

8. Find a book with only words on it.

~ This one was actually quite tricky but I managed to find the Penguin book of *The Great Gatsby* by F. Scott Fitzgerald and in case that didn’t count I remembered *How To Write You Own Book & Make It A Bestseller* by Rachael Birmingham had only words on the cover too.

9. Find a book with illustrations in it.

~ This was easy as I knew exactly what book to pick. It was *The Ice Dragon* by George R.R. Martin.

10. Find a book with gold lettering.

~ For this one I chose *Deception* by Grace Cavendish.

11. Find a diary (true or false).

~ I’ll have to skip this one as I none of the books I own are diaries – either true or false.

12. Find a book written by someone with a common name (like Smith).

~ I’m not sure whether this means first name or surname so I picked one for each. For the first name I picked *The Fault in Our Stars* by John Green, and for the surname I had *The Hunger Games: Catching Fire* by Suzanne Collins.

13. Find a book that has a close up of something on it.

~ *Twilight* by Stephenie Meyer is an obvious one as it has a close up of a pair of hands holding a bright red apple.

14. Find a book on your shelf that takes place in the earliest time period.

~ I’m torn between *Clockwork Angel* by Cassandra Clare and *Hamlet in the Original and Modern English* by William Shakespeare as I’m not sure which is set earlier.

15. Find a hardcover book without a jacket.

~ *The Celebrated Cases of Sherlock Holmes* by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. My amazing faux leather covered one.

16. Find a teal/turquoise coloured book.

~ I wasn’t 100% sure what colour this was on books, so I just chose *Teardrop* by Lauren Kate.

17. Find a book with stars on it.

~ It took me a little to realise what book I should pick, but* These Broken Stars* by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner is covered with stars!

18. Find a non YA book.

~ For this I picked a middle grade book which was *Molly Moon’s Incredible Book of Hypnotism* by Georgia Byng.

19. Find the longest book you own.

~ *City of Heavenly Fire* by Cassandra Clare. However when I opened the back to see how many pages it had, I found out that it was a poster-like thing in the back and also a couple of pages of comic strip type of thing! I’m not sure whether it’s in all books or not, but I felt so awesome finding that out!

20. Find the shortest book you own.

~ *Eric* by Shaun Tan. Nice and simple.

21. Find a book with flowers on it.

~ I chose *Bloodlines* by Richelle Mead for this one as around the title, on the spine and down the bottom on the back cover had roses on it.