Saturday, 23 February 2013

Book Blogger Love-a-Thon: Mini Challenge 2 (#LoveAThon)


It's now time for the second mini challenge of the Love-a-Thon.
Mini Challenge #2! This is your second opportunity to win something from us! For this challenge, we ask that you get deep and poetic (or not-so-deep but still poetic!) This is how the challenge will work: Grab some of your favorite books (it can be any amount) and make up a poem with the titles alone! That’s right people, we are doing some book spine poetry. We ask that you have this post set to go up at 7 A.M. There will be a place for you to link up this challenge, just like the previous one. If you have time, please go around and look at what others did for their book spine poems!


Insatiable killer hair
looking for Alaska.
A Breath of Magic,
no humans involved.


24 comments:

  1. Haha! I love it! On a sidenote: I asked for Killer Hair from 4 different people for Christmas one year because I had seen a Lifetime movie based off of it and I was instantly interested!

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    1. Lol! I still haven't read my copy (I brought it a few years back for the title) although I've seen the second movie (randomly based on the third book) and loved it :)

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  2. Haha, this one is awesome and I love it! (Should have thought of Looking for Alaska!)

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  3. LOOOOOVE that you have Looking for Alaska in here!! Adore! Great job!

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    1. Thanks Belle - it's like the perfect book poem book :)

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  4. Love it! I think your poem is very mysterious; a breath of magic itself.

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    1. Awwww thank you Whitney! You've made my day :)

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  5. Love this, it goes together very well!

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  6. Hehe! Nice poem. Makes me curious!

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  7. This is so cute! I love it! I think you did so well :)

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  8. That is BRILLIANT! Great choice, haha! They went together much smoothly than my poems did!

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  9. Ah, Looking for Alaska! I love your poem! I found it really hard to make sense out of the titles we used in our poem, but you did a great job making it flow together.

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  10. Short but beautiful!! Great choices!!! :)

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  11. I really like this! I don't think I could have made those titles come together so well! Great job!

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  12. Ahh, this is a cute poem and really interesting to read! Thanks for sharing this with us Claire, it was goood! :D

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