Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Tuesday Trivia

  1. What percentage of publications sold in Japan are comic books?
  2. At age 18, which British writer worked as a deck chair attendant at the famous Weston Super Mare seaside resort?
  3. In 1975 Indian poet Sri Chinmoy set a world record by writing how many poems in a single day?
  4. What was the original title of Cain’s The Postman Always Rings Twice?
Last Week's Answers

Which author’s secret followers wear a green carnation to identify themselves?

Oscar Wilde

Which English author always touched things three times for luck?

Charles Dickens

What was Jane Austen's book Northanger Abbey originally called?


Which English diarist loved to play the recorder?

Samuel Pepys

What do Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Moby Dick, The Good Earth, Catch 22, and Lord of the Flies have in common?

They were all rejected by publishers before becoming bestsellers.

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