Tuesday, March 1, 2016

March Playlist Team Challenge

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The team challenge for March is a playlist challenge! So crank up the music and get reading.

Rules & Points
*Books must be read between March 1st and 31st
*Books must be at least 100 pages to count.
*One point per song completed
*Five points for every 1,000 pages read.
*Ten bonus points for completing every song/description.
*Three bonus points for spelling a song title (using the first letter of the title or author’s name from a book read and reviewed)
*Five bonus points for every team member who completes the playlist.
*One point for participating in a buddy read (must be within our group). To get the point, you should post at least five comments about the book on the discussion thread.

To sign up just comment below and teams will be determined. If possible, please sign up by February 25th so that teams can be assigned and announced before March 1st.

If you want to participate solo in the challenge, please say so in your comment. All of the above rules apply, but will be completed individually instead of with a team.

*Outside-Ellie Goulding: Read a book with a character who has become an outcast.

*Couldn’t Stop Caring-Spiritual Machines: Read a book with a character who seems to care too much (about a relationship/event/social standing etc) OR Read a book with a character who refuses to give up someone/something.
The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever by Jeff Strand

*Do I Wanna Know-Arctic Monkeys: Read a book with an “on again/off again” romance.
Adorkable by Cookie O'Gorman

*Photograph-Ed Sheeran: Read a book with a polaroid on the cover OR Read a book where pictures are important.

*Pretty Thoughts-Alina Baraz and Galimatias: Read a book written in first person OR Read a book with a lyrical writing style.
Ellyphant by Marie Cole

*The Road-Frank Turner: Read a book about a character with “wanderlust” OR Read a book about a musician.
Diary of a Rocker's Kid by Haley Despard 

*The Sound of Silence-Disturbed: Read a book where dreams have some significant impact OR Read a religion based dystopian novel.
Meritropolis by Joel Ohman

*No Place in Heaven-Mika: Read a book with a character who has been given a second chance.

*Mittens-Frank Turner: Read a book that’s outside your comfort zone OR Read a book with a one-sided love story.

*Youth-Troye Sivan: Read a book with immortal characters OR Read a book about a road trip.
Curse of the Sphinx by Raye Wagner

*Give Up at 2-Sofi de la Torre: Read a book with a failing relationship (doesn’t necessarily have to be a romantic relationship).
Edgewood by Karen McQuestion

*Masterpiece Theater III-Marianas Trench: Read a book with a character suffering from a mental illness.

*Little Do You Know-Alex and Sierra: Read a book with a relationship that is being rebuilt OR Read a book with characters named “Alex” or “Sierra.”
The Urban Boys by K.N. Smith

*Remedy-Seether: Read a book where a character has a terminal illness OR Read a book with a character who has an addiction.

*Lie-David Cook: Read a book with an unreliable narrator.
Hidden by Lexi Ray

*Brick by Boring Brick-Paramore: Read a fairy tale retelling.

*Bully-Shinedown: Read a book that involves bullying OR Read a book written from a bully’s perspective.
Louder than Words by Iris St. Clair

*Run Run Run-Kelly Clarkson and John Legend: Read a book written by two people.

*Pompeii-Bastille: Read a historical book (fiction or nonfiction).

*Stranger in a Strange Land-Iron Maiden: Read a science fiction or fantasy novel.

Song Titles Spelled:
#6 The Road 

#9 Mittens. <---still p="" spelling="">M - Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia, Margaret Stohl (team member read)
T - The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh (team member read)
S - Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch (team member read)
N - All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven (team member read)

Available Letters:
C - Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare (team member read)
Points/21 Pages/2003

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