Saturday, February 15, 2014

Love-A-Thon Mini Challenge #1 --- Book Spine Poetry!!

There's nothing like bringing on a creative spark by creating Book Spine Poetry!! I personally always find it a bit difficult to create poetry using only book spines, but then again, that's half the fun!! Checkout my Book Spine Poetry below and tell me what you think!!


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    1. Thank you, I enjoy reading mysteries (among other genres), so these titles lend themselves to making for good poetry because they fit a theme.

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  2. This was fun to read - and I really like your taste in books! I'm making my way through the In Death books at this exact moment!

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    1. Believe it or not I recently discovered the In Death series in the past couple of months. I can't believe it took me this long to learn of this series. So, I am now planing to slowly make my way through this series when I'm not reading other books!

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  3. Oooh very cool! I love the books you used too! I used to read a ton of mysteries so it's fun to see those again!

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    1. Thank you! The mystery/thriller genre is one of my favorites genres to read from as well. :-)

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  4. Ohh! Dark and creepy but also kind of funny! I really liked this one :)
    -Katelyn

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  5. Great mystery theme! I've heard good things about the In Death series.

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    1. I read my first In Death book (a novella actually) around Christmas 2013 and am now hooked!! I look forward to reading more books in this series. There is over 30 of them!

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  6. Ooh the mystery titles are so interesting and make for a dark poem! I like it a lot!!

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  7. This sounds like it's going to be a good mystery novel! I love that it's kind of eerie, and kind of scary, but also intriguing. Wonderful job!

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  8. This is great! It reads like the blurb for a thriller novel.

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    1. Yes, I guess it does read like a blurb for a thriller novel. Never thought of it that way before. :-)

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