Monday, October 24, 2011

Must Read Monday #1

Fans of Fiction




Just found this meme through someone I follow, and it is sponsored by Fans of Fiction. It is called Must Read Monday, and I love the creativity behind it! You pick a book based on whatever the theme is, and you explain why it is a must read. But you must explain it using an acrostic poem. This week's theme is paranormal, which can include paranormal romance. I just read a really good one I'd like to share, but since the title is so long, I decided not to do it for my first foray into this meme. Instead I'll go with another really good one I read this past spring. I chose Abandon by Meg Cabot.



Ancient stories of the underworld



But who really believes in them anymore.



An accident nearly took Pierce's life



Near death, but she came back



Doing her best to move on with life isn't easy, so she moves to her mother's birthplace



Oh but still he finds her, and still he wants her to come live with him



Now she must decide her own fate.





Wow, now that I do this, it might be easier next time to do a longer title to fit more in. Hope I've given some idea of the book with this poem. It was fun if anything.

6 comments:

  1. I haven't read Cabot yet ..this one sounds interesting. I'll have to put it on my tbr. Thanks.

    Thanks for the follow ..I'm following you back. :)

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  2. I do like Meg Cabot, but I haven't seen this one yet. I love the O line--really makes me want to read it!

    Adding it now:) Thanks for joining us for Must Read Monday!

    -Jenna @ Fans of Fiction

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  3. I haven't read anything by Cabot, but this sounds great.

    Following you back!

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  4. Good job. I haven't read this one but it sounds good. I'm an old follower here. :)

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  5. I love your's so much. I havent read this one but I think i'm adding it to my TBR

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  6. Great poem! I have Abandon on my bookshelf and I swear it's staring me down, begging me to read it. I love mythology retellings, and I think the way Meg Cabot rewrote the myth of Persephone as an "after the fact" story is really interesting.

    Your acrostic just makes me want to read it more!

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