Saturday, October 22, 2011

Mini Challenge

I'll admit, I'm going through a bored patch. I don't know if I'm not into the book I'm reading or what. Anyway to break up my time a little I decided to do the book title challenge. I came up with two sentences using book titles.

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Across the universe, beyond the darkness, they hunger.


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Strange Neighbors howling at the moon, dancing with werewolves.


I also wanted to say a quick thanks to everyone who has been stopping by and showing their support! It is very much appreciated!

14 comments:

  1. Ooo, the first one is definitely creepy! Love it!

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  2. I find it's so easy to get distracted. Maybe pick something new to read for a while. Either way, keep up the good work and happy reading.

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  3. Breaks can be good! I hope you're still having fun! :D *\o/*

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  4. You're reading across the universe!!!!!!!!!! Is that the same book as the movie?

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  5. Thanks everyone!

    I did end up picking up a new book, this one is YA so it's easier reading for the time being.

    @Ashley, I'm not planning on reading that one for the Thon. I know it's a dystopian book. I've never seen the movie though so I don't know if they are similar.

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  6. Go Jen! I tried to do this challenge but I have no verbs :'( I really like your first one though!

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  7. I'm going through a sleepy moment, so I thought I would do a little cheering. You can do it!

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  8. Awesome book sentences! Thank you for participating!

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  9. I know you're tired
    And losin' the fire
    You'd rather be sleeping
    But keep on reading!!

    And hey--if that book isn't screamin' your name? Ditch it for another one!!

    Happy readathoning!

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  10. What is dystopian? The movie is actually a psychedelic, Beatles themed, musical of young adults in the 60s protesting the Vietnam War and promoting peace and love and freedom. Haha, hippie I know.

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  11. Thank you again to all of the cheerleaders!

    Ashley, The books is not like the movie then...here's the wiki definition of dystopia

    "A dystopia (from Ancient Greek: δυσ-, "bad, ill", and Ancient Greek: τόπος, "place, landscape"; alternatively cacotopia,[1] or anti-utopia) is the idea of a society in a repressive and controlled state, often under the guise of being utopian, as characterized in books like Brave New World and Nineteen Eighty-Four. Dystopian societies feature different kinds of repressive social control systems, various forms of active and passive coercion. Ideas and works about dystopian societies often explore the concept of humans abusing technology and humans individually and collectively coping, or not being able to properly cope with technology that has progressed far more rapidly than humanity's spiritual evolution. Dystopian societies are often imagined as police states, with unlimited power over the citizens."

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  12. Wow, that sounds interesting! I was wondering if it had to do with utopia. Let me know how you like it when you do read it! I'm intrigued.

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