quinta-feira, 9 de janeiro de 2014

Bout of Books 9.0 - Day 4

DAY 4 - Thursday, January 9th

Pages read: 127
     138 pages of Sleigh Bells in the Snow by Sarah Morgan
Total pages read: 377
     47 pages of Ripped by Sarah Morgan
     330 pages of Sleigh Bells in the Snow by Sarah Morgan

∞ Double Date Book Challenge @ Writing My Own Fairy Tale
You must pick two books that you would recommend someone read together (like a double date!) and explain your reasons for the recommendation. You can recommend the books because they are in the same genre, one is a retelling of the other, they deal with the same issues, or maybe they're complete opposites, whatever you want as long as you can explain why they should be read together. Just one exception: they cannot be books from the same series.
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë and Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys. The second is a prequel of the first and provides an explanation to what led to the mystery in Jane Eyre (which I wont be spoiling for those of you who haven't read it). They were published 119 years apart and, although I didn't like the prequel as much as I liked the original, I'm still glad I read it.

∞ Poem Challenge @ Pen in Her Hand
Just choose a novel from any genre, print or ebook, that you’re reading or have finished. Pick a number between 1 and 10, and you’re ready to start!
1. Flip to a page at random. Using your trusty number (for example, let’s use 7) count down 7 lines. Then count in 7 words. Write that word down. Repeat this process until your have fourteen words.
2. Delete two words and add in two words of your own.
3. Now arrange your words any way you like to finish your found poem.
Note: If a counted word doesn’t work (profanity or proper name), just go on to the next word.
Easy, right? Now it’s your turn to post your poem in the comments for us to enjoy! And please tell us what book you used to create your poem.
I'm using White Hot by poured, his, time, step, over, steel, feet, daddy, you, your, of, another, into, 'cause

I'm deleting daddy and 'cause and adding one and them.

And this is my poem:
Your over one of them
Poured into another time
You step his steel feet

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