BOOKS NO ONE EVER WROTE

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Are you a writer of novels?  Do you sometimes run out of ideas for a new book or film concept?  (Hollywood script writers take note….)  Then you’ve stumbled on the right Blog!  Here is an unabridged,   alphabetical list of books that have been alluded to in novels by published writers, but have never actually been written.  You don’t even have to worry about copyright infringement!  Feel free to steal and plagiarize at will!

HERE ARE A SAMPLE OF TITLES CREATED BY REAL AUTHORS WHO INVENTED THEM AS A PART OF THEIR STORY:

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BAINBRIDGE, Mary: Winter Swan
—from Lisa Goldstein’s “Reader’s Guide”

BANDINI
, Arturo: “The Little Dog Laughed,” “The Long Lost Hills,” untitled novel (“the story of Vera Rivkin”)
—from John Fante’s Ask the Dust

BANE
, Joseph Cameron:

Cabot’s House
Lips That Could Kiss
Ruthpen Hallburton
The Wind at Morning
“others, others”

—from Lawrence Block’s “With a Smile for the Ending,” in Enough Rope

BANION, Gerry: Sageknights of Darkhorn
—from Steve Hely’s How I Became a Famous Novelist

BANKS, Rosie M.: Mervyn Keene, Clubman; Only a Factory Girl; ‘Twas Once in May
—from P. G. Wodehouse, Eggs, Beans and Crumpets

BARBECUE-SMITH, Mr.: Pipe-Lines to the Infinite
—from Aldous Huxley’s Crome Yellow

BARR, Frank Walker:

Mythos and Tyrannos
Time’s Body

—from John Crowley‘s Aegypt cycle

BARTH, Septon: Dragons, Wyrms, and Wyvern: Their Unnatural History
—from George R. R. Martin’s A Dance with Dragons


BASSETT, Clarence: The Bassett Family
—from Ross Macdonald’s The Barbarous Coast

BEAMISH, Alan: A Pox on the Box: Memoirs of a Disillusioned Broadcaster (Cape, 1993)
—from Jonathan Coe’s The Winshaw Legacy

BELDECAR: History of the Rhoynish Wars
—from George R. R. Martin’s A Storm of Swords

BELZNER, Zalman: Beyond the Pale, Yeshiva Bokher
—from Joseph Epstein’s “Beyond the Pale”

BENDRIX, Maurice:

The Ambitious Host
The Crowned Image
The Grave on the Water-Front

—from Graham Greene’s The End of the Affair

BIEDELMAN, Roz: Trampled Ivy
—from Heidi Julavits’s The Uses of Enchantment

BLAIR, Alan: I Pity I
—from Jonathan Ames’s Wake Up, Sir!

BLAKE, Royden: “The Necklace of Malvio d’Alfi,” “The Wreck of the S.S. Lorelei,” “The King of the Trojans,” “The Lost Girdle of Venus”
—from John Cheever’s “A Miscellany of Characters That Will Not Appear”

IS OUR UNIVERSE ALIVE?

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SELF AWARE “From our experience we can also say that each and every living organism (defined…as a system of information processing that is self-aware) seems to be allocated a subset of quantum-encoded resources sufficient to sustain itself and evolve.  The relationship between autonomous living organisms and the “operating system” could be similar to the relationship between autonomous computers and the network they are connected to.

Robust and reliable quantum-encoding seems a core and the necessary condition for existence of the entire operating system.
How did the possibility of quantum-encoding come to existence? Could the quantum encoding have some purpose to exist?.
If encoding has a purpose to exist, can the operating system be aware of itselfIf it is, it would mean that our Universe is alive…  “
from Search for Life in Universe, by Dr. Tom Chalko

THE MANY SELVES OF KATHERINE NORTH

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Many Selves“The Many Selves of Katherine North” is one of the most unique and important novels ever written.  The subjective experience of sentient existence on Earth, spirits embodied as flesh in a menagerie of creatures of land, sky and sea, is eloquently observed and described by the author Emma Geen. I have read thousands of books: not one can be compared to or approach the description of sentience awareness and subjective perception of the myriad living creatures of Earth, including the human animal.  This book should be read, regurgitated, savored, digested and assimilated into the essence of every spirit: the beings of Earth will rejoice with understanding and thanks for being perceived as their Many Selves.

— Lawrence R. Spencer, Author of The Oz Factors and Editor of Alien Interview

SEX WITH PLANTS

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It’s Springtime!!  If you’re sneezing, your eyes are red and your sinuses are completely full of pollen, it’s because all the trees and grasses and flowering plants are having SEX!  Here is a wonderful lecture on TED Talks given by Johathan Drori, that explains the phenomenon of plant sex.  (Ladies, be careful that you aren’t impregnated by pollen floating in the wind!  🙂