Love to write? Enjoy puzzles? Then you might have a little fun unscrambling the letters of these word scramble puzzles.
Rearrange the letters of each puzzle to form an English word that relates to writing.
If you’d like a little help, first check out the hints below (but if you scroll too far down, you’ll come to the answers).
- Fantasy or romance, for example.
- Two people speaking to one another.
- Not enough to be a complete sentence.
- Many books come in a few of these; it’s especially common with textbooks.
- An editor can help you with this.
- This one begins with Q.
- Every story has several of these.
- You can’t write a sentence without doing this, unless your name is ee cummings.
These are written backwards in case you weren’t ready to read them yet, but happened to catch them with your eye.
Chris McMullen, author: self-publishing book, word scramble books
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I really don’t want to rearrange Cute Tuna P.
Well, it might look better afterward… and it’s something you do with every sentence you write (unless your name is e e cummings), so you’ll be doing it a lot whether you rearrange those letters or not. 🙂 But the last three letters of the answer you might not want to have done with Cute Tuna P…
Only if I’m really a cat. 🙂
Then you would scramble the tuna instead of the letters. 🙂
How fun is this, Chris. It’s like getting to the cryptoquip in the newspaper!!! Oh boy!!
Except you won’t get newsprint on your fingers. 🙂
Yes! If I stayed here long enough maybe a crypto would show up, too. 😉
My brain is now scrambled. Bacon anyone?
Beats boiled or poached. 🙂
Missing a few are you going to post the answers?
That’s a good idea. I added both hints and answers just now. 🙂