If you haven't checked this fun out yet, you really should. Fans of Fiction have started something with Must Read Monday that is unique and challenging.
The goal of the Must Read Monday is to find share your love of great books with others in the hopes that they'll add a new title to their To Be Read list.
Your job is to create intrigue for other hoppers. What makes your book so swoon-worthy? What do you absolutely have to mention so they'll read it?
On your post, you'll make an acrostic puzzle (think of it as an overview/book blurb type of thing).
For specific ways to build your puzzle, click here, but pretty much any style of acrostic is welcome.
When you leave comments on other posts, be sure to mention whether you're adding that book to your TBR pile, and what part convinced you to do so.
It's all about powers of persuasion, people:) You might have to think a little, but channel that inner-creative goddess (or god).
This week's category: Best rainy day read (you could think snowy day read, if you prefer!)
I can totally get into this week's category because that's life for us right now. Snowy days! My favorite kind of book to curl up with on a wintery, cold day is a book with some love in it. Marcia Lynn McClure is one of my favorite romance writers because boy, can she write a kissing scene like nobody else. Her books are clean (meaning no sex) which is something I, personally, appreciate. Today I have chosen my favorite book by this author.
Kissing Swaggart Moretti
Is at the top of Poppy Amore's
Secret life to-do list.
She has harbored a crush,
In truth, since her freshman year of high school.
Now working with Swaggart at the
Good Ol' Days Family Restaurant
Cements Poppy's attraction and desire.
Oh, but that man is HOT!
Secrets of the heart
Is it too late or can a girl still hope?
Next order up...
Swaggart Moretti! YUM!
So, there you have it. My favorite kind of book for escape on a cold, snowy day. Oh, and just for the record, this is not about cousins that kiss. That would be just wrong. You have to read the book to understand the title. Just trust me on this. :)