35 Writers Who Took Book Dedications To Another Level.

The first thing readers interact with in a book is the writer’s dedication. So it’s gotta be important and catchy. Not so many writers invest time to make the best dedication that can attract readers. Instead, most books begin with boring and unimaginative dedications and that’s why you can’t remember most of them. Only those that are creative and imaginative stick in memory, like the ones below. We went on a rampage all over the internet in search for the funniest and most creative book dedications that we think will make your day. If you have come across a funny book dedication that we have missed let us know and will have it added to our collection.


1. Graduate Texts In Mathematics – An Introduction To Algebraic Topology By Joseph J. Rotman

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3. Mortal Coil By Derek Landy

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5. Diary Of A Mad Diva by Joan Rivers

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6. Death Bringer By Derek Landy

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8. No Way Back By Matthew Klein

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9. The Selection By Kiera Cass

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10. The End Games By T. Michael Martin

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11. A Mostly True Memoir By Jenny Lawson

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15. Austenland By Shannon Hale

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16. Mortal Gods (The Goddess War) By Kendare Blake

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17. City Of Golden Shadow By Tad William

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21. Beyond The Kingdoms By Chris Colfer

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23. The Invisible Hook: The Hidden Economics Of Pirates By Peter Leeson

24.Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang By Chelsea Handler

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26. The House Of Hades By Rick Riordan

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29. Psychos by Babe Walker

30. I Was a Child by Bruce Eric Kaplan

31. Ruins by Dan Wells

32. City of Ashes by Cassandra Clare

33. House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski

34.  Dumplin’ by Julie Murphy

35. Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard


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3 thoughts on “35 Writers Who Took Book Dedications To Another Level.”

  1. I thought no.1 was written by an Italian guy, since the initials of the family are M, E, R, D and A (that is “s#it” in Italian).

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