Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Read Your Name Challenge

This challenge sounded like fun. It's being hosted by Victoria (aka Ink Heart). The challenge is to read your name in book title first letters, ultimately spelling out your name. That means:
1. Using your first name, or blogger name, or your pets name, or even your favorite literary character's name; whichever you like, choose books with first title letters that spell out your name. Such as my name: Victoria. the first book's title would start with the letter V, then the next book title begins with I, etc. Make sense? (I hope so!) :p
2. Bloggers and non-bloggers alike are free to join. If you do not have a blog and would like to post your reviews/titles that spelled your name somewhere, you may do so here at the group blog. Just send me an e-mail (phantombibliophile [at] gmail [dot] com), or leave a comment letting me know you'd like to use this blog.
3. If you have your own blog, come back here every month and leave a comment containing the link to your challenge page containing the books you've read or each review you've written for books that count for this challenge. (Crossovers with other challenges are okay.) I will make a new post for this on the first of every month.
4. The challenge runs from Jan. 1st 2009, to Dec. 31st 2009. You may join at any time.
5. Last but not least, be sure to sign up using Mister Linky Below! & Leave a comment with what name you're going to use, and the name itself of course! Oh, and don't forget to link back to the challenge from your blog (if you have one of course) to show you're participating!

I am going to post my tentative list here:
R
Romeo, Romeo by Robin Kaye
Ready by Lucy Monroe
A
Able by Lucy Monroe
And then he Kissed Me by Patti Berg
Anyone but You by Jennifer Cruise
N
Night's Kiss by Amanda Ashley
Nightkeeper by Jessica Andersen
D
Down and Dirty by Sandra Hill
Divorced, Desperate and Dating by Christie Craig
I
I Got You Babe by Jane Graves
In the Bed with the Devil by Lorriane Heath

1 comment:

Nise' said...

Anyone But You is hilarous. I love Jennifer Cruise