Monday, November 7, 2011

Must Read Monday (#4)

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Happy Monday!
Yeah, it's not always pleasant to start the work week over, but maybe this will put a little pep in your step (one of my mom's favorite sayings).

The goal of the Must Read Monday is to find share your love of great books with others in the hopes that they'll add a new title to their To Be Read list.

Your job is to create intrigue for other hoppers. What makes your book so swoon-worthy? What do you absolutely have to mention so they'll read it?

On your post, you'll make an acrostic puzzle (think of it as an overview/book blurb type of thing).
For specific ways to build your puzzle, click here, but pretty much any style of acrostic is welcome.


When you leave comments on other posts, be sure to mention whether you're adding that book to your TBR pile, and what part convinced you to do so.


It's all about powers of persuasion, people:) You might have to think a little, but channel that inner-creative goddess (or god).

I will feature two bloggers who had the most creative posts the following week, and those will be required follows if you wish to participate again.

As usual, I'm impressed by everyone's poems from last week. I think the best part about this hop is seeing other people's creative genius!

Winners of Must Read Monday week #3:

Susanne @ A Reader in Time (Where She Went)

and

Hira @ Views and Reviews (The Choice)


Susanne sucked me in by really telling a story in her acrostic. The first stanza creates suspense because the couple hasn't spoken in three years. My favorite lines, so beautifully written, were "One whole night is all they have to rekindle their love, to resolve the pain." Gives me chills!

Hira writes an overview in her first stanza in third person and then switches to first person, which really makes me feel connected to a love story: "Is killing her right when she's already dead?"
Great job for your first time, Hira!



REMEMBER: You must follow these ladies to participate this week!

This week's category: Contemporary/realistic fiction

Here's mine:

                                 UnSuspecting Gemma
                            snatched from her family aT the airport
                                                                  brOught to Australia, so far from England
Ty's been watching her, buiLding a home for them
                               Is Escape possible
                                                           when oNe so strong and beautiful is her captor?

Check out my review of this emotional book here. (Sorry about the N not lining up- it's being stubborn).
Now it's your turn. Dazzle us with your skills!

Make sure to return next week to see the winners and participate.
*Next week's category: A book so powerful that it changed you in some way
Guidelines:
  • Must become a follower to participate.
  • Follow the two winners from last week to participate.
  • Grab my button to place in your post.
  • Make sure you have a backlink in your post to each weekly post I put up, not just to my website.
  • Where it says your name please include name @ blog name Ex: Jenna @ Fans of Fiction 
  • Your exact post URL is the one that goes in the linky box, not your website.
  • This meme is for BOOK BLOGGERS ONLY.
  • Don't just hop around; leave comments! We all love reading what others have to say.
  • Enjoy!

5 comments:

Hira said...

Thank you so much for featuring me!!! =D I love you!!
I love your acrostic poem! I'm definitely adding the book to my TBR! It sounds so interesting!
Have an awesome week!
~Hira

Jinky said...

Oooh, this book sounds amazing! Like the tease. Definitely putting on my tbr list. Enjoyed your review as well.

btw, I got butter fingers and left the second letter capitalized ..will you fix that for me? It's killing me that I messed up ..should me Jinky not JInky. ~Thanks. :)

Aimee said...

I left a comment on your review already, but I'll just say again that I'm looking forward to reading this book! :)

Susanne said...

Thanks for choosing my acrostic! Stolen sounds great. Adding it to my list.

Susanne

Hira said...

Thank you so much! =D I love Thirteen Reasons Why! I think I liked it even more because I listened to the audio books so it was like I was listening to Hannah's tapes myself!
~Hira