Tackle Your TBR Read-a-thon ~ Spine Sentences Challenge (giveaway)



Today is our challenge day for Tressa’s Tackle Your TBR read-a-thon! Our challenge is: The Spine Sentences Challenge. All you do have to do is look at the book that you are currently reading and tell us the title that runs along the spine. Then you make a sentence out of it! For example Mama Vicky is reading Call After Midnight by Tess Gerritsen. I made a silly, kind of lame sentence out of that. The sentence is “Nothing good comes from getting a call after midnight.”

Just leave your title and your sentence in the comment area and then enter to win these fabulous prizes!


Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Madness
Brand new – hardcover – just in time for Halloween!



A $10 Amazon.com gift card.

Giveaway open to all residents in the USA.


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32 comments on “Tackle Your TBR Read-a-thon ~ Spine Sentences Challenge (giveaway)

  1. I’m reading two books at the moment so I’ll do both 🙂

    Title: Cat Love by Sunniva Dee
    Sentence: You can tell by her twenty cats that this woman has some serious cat love.

    Title: Drowning to Breathe by A.L. Jackson
    Sentence: Drowning to Breathe is a poetic way for Baz to describe his feelings.

  2. The Vampire Lestat by Anne Rice: I kinda feel bad for The Vampire Lestat reading the things that he’s gone through.

  3. Reading Scarlet by Marissa Meyer.

    Her velvety scarlet dress clung perfectly to her body as she gazed at herself in in her full-size mirror.

  4. I am reading The Heartbreakers by Ali Novak – My sentence: Don’t mess with the heartbreakers, nothing good will come of it. hehe…that was a fun challenge 🙂

  5. Wonderful giveaway, thank you!

    I’m currently reading ‘The Hours Count’ by Jillian Cantor

    I’m not that good at this, but:

    Make sure to pay attention to life and live it to the fullest, for all the hours count.

  6. That was a difficult title to incorporate into a sentence but you did a swell job. Thanks for participating and good luck.

  7. Very good sentence. I ought to take that and put it on a poster to hang in my office since we always seem to have communication errors. Good luck on winning the giveaway!

  8. Sounds like Lestat’s life was complicated to say the least. I enjoyed reading your sentence. Good luck at giveaway time!

  9. I liked it. Very unique. I am thinking of a phoenix here. Thank you for participating in the challenge. Good luck!

  10. I’m reading “One Man, No Plan” by M T McGuire. I’ve had to change the punctuation 🙂

    “I told you to be here by one, man. No plan is going to work if you can’t be on time!”

  11. My book is “Sing” by Lisa T. Bergren (just about to start it!)

    “Don’t let anyone stop your voice; sing with abandon!”

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