Dewey’s April 2017 #Readathon Mini Challenge: Create a Story in Your Stack

April 29, 2017 Dewey's 24 Hour Read-a-thon 14

I don’t know about you, but selecting the books to read during the #readathon is the most daunting, yet also exciting, task!  What makes it even more fun is when you add another creative step to the task: creating a story or haiku in your book stack.

For this challenge, using only the books in your readathon stack, create a story, poem, or haiku!  I’m not one to pose challenges without doing it myself, so here are my contributions!


Sleeping Bones,
A Twist of the Knife,
Carve the Mark


Enchanted Islands,
The Spider and the Fly,

Include a link to your challenge post (be it on a blog, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr) in the link up below!

I’ll randomly pick one winner at the end of the readathon!  The winner has a choice of two prizes!  I’m a LuLaRoe consultant, so I’d love to give away one free pair of leggings!  They really are the best reading attire!  If that prize doesn’t suit your fancy, you can choose instead one book of your choice, up to $25!

Have fun! Be creative!

14 Responses to “Dewey’s April 2017 #Readathon Mini Challenge: Create a Story in Your Stack”

  1. Elizabeth
    Twitter: ewillse

    Adventures in Old New York
    Choice Cuts; Fallout
    And Then There Were 4
    ….Radio Silence.

    OK, my TBR spine story sounds like a 19th century murder mystery, possibly involving Jack The Ripper! (I would 100% read this. It would scare me silly, though.)

  2. Claudia

    I’m quite happy with how mine turned out, considering I have quite a weird and limited TBR pile!