Saturday, March 15, 2014

Ides of March Challenges


Michelle @ Book Briefs ~Spine Poetry
*Warning, I SUCK at spine poetry*
The Rules:
  1. You must use book titles to make a poem. (Try not to change up the words in the title)
  2. For this challenge, you can only use books that are on your TBR pile with publication dates BEFORE March 1, 2014.
  3. You can include as many extra words in your poem as books that you use. If you used 4 books for your poem, you can use up to 4 extra words.
  4. You must post your poem or a photo of your poem and then come back and link it up here
Identical Prodigy[s] Unravel Me 
after Unwinding my Dualed, 
Altered, yet Perfect[ly] Flawless Soul.
 

Faking Normal Cut through 
Something Strange and Deadly
that was Born Wicked and Fracture[d] 



Villa @ Backchatting Books-   Rome Question
Ze Rules:
We all know that when in Rome, do as the Romans do which means you should follow the customs of the society you are visiting but (and here’s the important bit) what does that actually entail?

When in Rome, make sure to visit where the Seven demigods did.

Dannie @ The Bookish Brunette ~Six Words (or Less!)
Rules: Tell me the synopsis of the book you’re currently reading (or the one you just finished) in six words. Bonus points if you do it in less words than six.

This is totally what Allegiant by Veronica Roth is about:
Rebellion, Identity, Love Issues. Totalitarian Government.
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