Holiday Break Reading Challenge Activity #15

December 31, 2010

1 – Go to “Fake Name Generator” or clickhttp://www.fakenamegenerator.com/

The name that appears is your author name.
2 – Go to “Random Word Generator” or clickhttp://www.websitestyle.com/parser/randomword.shtml
The word listed under “Random Verb” is your title.
3 – Go to “FlickrCC” or click http://flickrcc.bluemountains.net/index.php
Type your title into the search box. The first photo that contains a person is your cover.
4 – Use Picnik, or something similar to put it all together. Be sure to crop and/or zoom in.
5 – Write a short synopsis to go along with it.

Synopsis: Dean loves Samantha. Samantha loves Rubin. Rubin loves Lucy. Hey, it’s high school, things never work out perfectly. None of them ever seem to connect, until Dean discovers a love potion inspired by an episode of Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Now everyone at Lawrence High is professing their love in song. And it seems to be working . . . that is if high school is supposed to look like an episode of Sister Wives. Now Dean has to reverse his the potion, stop the singing, and hopefully still win the girl before Lawrence High turns into an orgy. Click your heels together for this wild ride that is part supernatural musical love story and part, well, did you read the first part of the sentence, what else could you want it to be?

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2 Responses to “Holiday Break Reading Challenge Activity #15”

  1. gravesok Says:

    This makes me laugh! Very creative.

  2. Karin Says:

    Ha! This sounds like it would be a lot of fun. Good job.


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