Friday, January 10, 2014

Bout of Books 9.0: Day 5 Challenge + Update

For all Bout of Books 9.0 information and updates, be sure to visit the Bout of Books blog.

There were two challenges today:


Create a Story
Hosted by Never Too Fond of Books

The rules are simple:
  1. Open your current book to the last page you read.
  2. Using the last word of every line, create a poem or story. You must use every word (but they do not have to be in order), and you may add punctuation as necessary. If a word is split between the end of the line and the beginning of the next one, you may choose whether or not to use it.
  3. Create a post (or tweet or video) that showcases your masterpiece. If you don’t have anywhere else to post it, you can add it as a comment here and use the comment link as your entry.
  4. Add it to the linky on this post.

Turning This Thing Around by Keith Maginn, pg. 66.
Words- club, Toastmasters, for, I, acknowledged, to, the, likely, sympathize, people, skills, and, individual, oral, turn, growth, competent, you, thereafter, anything, a, organized, time, the, fourth, we.

My story:
The Toastmasters club organized people to likely acknowledge and thereafter sympathize anything. The individual oral skills growth- I, you, we- turn competent a fourth time.
Book Spine Poetry
Hosted by The Book Spines

For this challenge,  use books you currently have available, and arrange the spines to make a poem. Then take a picture, and share it with the web!

Here's my poem:


Number of pages I've read today: 183
Number of minutes listened to today: 203
Books Finished: 0 (pretty closed to finishing Dragon Fire)

Number of pages I've read today: 68
Number of minutes listened to today: 56
Books Finished: 1 (Dragon Fire by Dina von Lowenkraft)

Number of pages I've read today: 96
Number of minutes listened to today: 133
Books Finished: 1 (Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake audio)

Number of pages I've read today: 203
Number of minutes listened to today: 0
Books Finished: 1 (An Unlikely Pair by Monya Clayton)

How are you doing?

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