"For this challenge you will be making one sentence using only book titles. You can't add or leave out any words. You can use as many books as you like. Your sentence will probably be silly but that makes it even more fun! Just make sure it's a real sentence. Subject & Verb!"
Saturday, October 22, 2011
So far, the Wonderfully Wicked Read-a-thon is going way better than I would have imagined! This is a challenge hosted at LovelyLit as a part of the Read-a-thon.
Well, I used six books (pretty long, I know, but it was fun. And kind of crazy!) Here's my sentence:
Only time will tell, if on a winter's night a traveller abandoned the time traveller's wife forever in the land of winter.
And the books:
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