2017 Love-a-Thon Challenge: Fancy Yourself a Poet?

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Love-a-thon 2017 will be taking place from February 18, 2017 -February 20, 2017.  This will be my first year participating in the Love-a-thon and I’m so excited!  🙂 ❤  The purpose of the Love-a-thon is to bring the online book community together, meet new booklovers across all social media platforms and to spread love to those online booklovers we have already met along the way.  This years hosts of the Love-a-thon are Alexa of Alexa Loves Books, Cece of The Novel Hermit, Kristin of Super Space Chick and Mel of The Daily Prophecy.

The purpose of this challenge is to take book spines and create a poem with the book titles.

Their Eyes Were Watching God

in the Beautiful Ruins                        img_6057

Shelter Me

in the Distant Hours

in the Light Between Oceans

in The Secret Place

with Redeeming Love

Thank You for All Things

The Unexpected Everything

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12 thoughts on “2017 Love-a-Thon Challenge: Fancy Yourself a Poet?

    1. It was a fun challenge! It was probably the one I thought would be most difficult to do since I’ve never made a book spine poem before. I also really enjoyed the Valentine’s Care Package Challenge and The Road Trip Challenge (coming up later today).

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  1. krazaykris

    Love it! This is great. This is my first year, too. It’s also the first time I every tried to create a poem from book titles. It’s a lot harder than it looks. LoL

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