Welcome back to Jane's Reign. We're on day five and we want to talk about . . . Jane's library.
More than anything, Jane loves books, and we, your faithful narrators, loved naming Jane's books. Here's a sampling of the fun we had.
- The Unabridged History of the Beet in England: Volume Five
- E∂ians: Historical Figures and Their Downfall
- Wilderness Survival for Courtiers
- An Analysis of E∂ians' Paintings and Their Impact on Society: Volume Three
- The Formation of Mountains and the Balance Achieved in Valley's: A Theory of E∂ian Magic in the Mundane World
- The Jewels of the World: Man-made Marvels and How They Were Built
- Drafting Decrees, the Ancient Language of Biding Arbitration
And . . . Oh we could go on and on about Jane's books. She has quite the library and all her books seem to have the most ridiculously long titles.
We had so much fun naming Jane's books, and making fun of those names. On page 384, when Jane is ready to impart a bit of important information she learned from a book, G begs her not to name the title because they seriously don't have time.
And earlier, G even makes up titles for books he assumes she must have read, like How to Rule a Kingdom, Even if You're Thirty-Second in the Line of Succession and Chances Are You'll Never Actually Rule: Volume One of Three. (page 222)
And all this ties into today's contest:
We want you to title more of Jane's books. And, if you're ambitious, create covers for her books for double points.
Here's how it works:
1. We will choose a random winner, so put separate entries in separate comments.
2. You can have up to five entries.
3. The winner will be announced on July 18, and will receive a signed copy of MY LADY JANE!