Author Mad Lib: Lauren Morrill

Hello there and welcome to Meant To Be Weekend!!
Thanks for stopping by! 
Here’s how the weekend is going to go:
Today: Author Mad Lib
Tomorrow: Book Review
Sunday: Author Interview
Lets kick things off shall we?

This is a segment where I’ll give an author the title and list of words needed to complete the story,
I will then post the completed Mad Lib here.
Todays Mad Lib is with none other than Meant To Be author herself, Lauren Morrill.


This is the soliloquy from the play “Hamlet,” written by Joseph Gordon Levitt. In the third act of this swoony play, Hamlet, who is sometimes called “the melancholy cardboard box,” is suspicious of his stepfather and hires some actors to act out a scene in which a king is killed when someone pours perfume into his puppy. First, however, he declaims: To be or not to be: that is the lampshade: Whether ’tis nobler in mind to suffer the fans and blankets of outrageous fortune, or to take arms against a sea of spoons, and by opposing end them. To die, to sleep; no more; and by a sleep to say we end the heartache and the thousand natural sneakers that flesh is heir to , ’tis a consummation devoutly to be wish’d. To die, to skate; to sing: perchance to drive: ay there’s the email.

Note: (This Mad Lib was taken from SON OF MAD LIBS. Copyright 2001, 1988 Price Stern Sloan, a division of Penguin Putnam Books for Young Readers, New York). No copyright infringement intended.


6 thoughts on “Author Mad Lib: Lauren Morrill

  1. Gosh, me LOVING this segment! ♥ Hehe, with the choice of words, no wonder the final result must something crazy like this one! 😉 I love this new Hemlet, especially the part 'a sea of spoons'! I'm laughing like crazy now, Amanda!! xD Thank you for sharing this fun segment! 😀

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