Friday, 10 January 2014

Never Too Fond of Books' Create a Story Challenge

Bout of Books
Never Fond of Books is holding a Friday challenge.

Here are their rules:
  1. Open your current book to the last page you read.
  2. Using the last word of every line, create a poem or story. You must use every word (but they do not have to be in order), and you may add punctuation as necessary. If a word is split between the end of the line and the beginning of the next one, you may choose whether or not to use it.
  3. Create a post (or tweet or video) that showcases your masterpiece. If you don’t have anywhere else to post it, you can add it as a comment here and use the comment link as your entry.
  4. Add it to the linky on this post.
My current book is Wither by Lauren DeStefano and I just read (kobo) page 99.  My words are: looking, searching, my, fingertips, is, orange, my, the, science, the, the, pictures, orange, never, with, home.

My the orange is never looking home. The orange fingertips searching pictures with the science. My!

That makes no sense...at all. ha ha.

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