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Thursday, December 12, 2013

Reading Cram day 4--Spine Poetry Challenge

Today is Day 4 in the read-a-thon!  Yesterday was not the best day for reading for me.  Here is my progress so far!

Day 1
Shift by Hugh Howey--Finished  243 pages
One Tiny Lie by K.A. Tucker-- Finished 366 pages
A Spark Unseen by Sharon Cameron-- 105 pages

Day 2
A Spark Unseen  by Sharon Cameron--Finished 247 pages
The Iron Traitor by Julie Kagawa--Finished 342 pages

Day 3
Tent City by Kelly Van Hull--70 pages
The Pilot's Wife by Anita Shreve (reread)--67 pages

Here's hoping today goes a little better!

Spine Poetry Challenge

Lori @ Writing My Own Fairy Tale is hosting the challenge today, you can find out the rules and submit your links there!

The challenging part of this one is it can only be books you've read in 2013.  Well, I've read quite a few, which gave me a lot to play with.  Here's my attempt at brilliance!

City of lost souls
Asunder siege and storm
There comes a prophet
At crown of midnight
The eternity cure that vanquished
The darkest minds


Leave your links below to your "poetry" so I can check it out!


  1. OMG! Love your poem and good books! Mine sucked very hard.

    mine is here.

  2. Your poem looks awesome (such pretty spines haha) and it sounds great too!
    Here's my spine poetry (: I used Crown of Midnight too haha.

  3. Great poem! I don't know if mine will really count but here it is...http://inspirationflies.blogspot.com/2013/12/day-4-readingcram-and-spine-poetry.html

  4. I like your poem, it is great! Wow you've read so many books already :D btw, here's my own spine poetry and update post

    - Farzy @ Books Keep Me Sane

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    1. Thanks! This challenge was really fun, I love trying to be creative!


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