I know, it's been a week. But right now, I'm doggie-paddling in a sea of tasks, just trying to keep my head above the paperwork. And I'll tell you, my lips are full of paper cuts.
Okay, maybe I'm mixing my metaphors.
On Friday night, I attended a book club to discuss Everneath, although 'discussing' the book wasn't really on the agenda, unless you count the Persephone MadLib.
If you write a YA book, and attend only one book club this year, make it this book club.
|Notice the "Curtains of the Tunnels" in the background|
They attempted screen printing:
|Yes, that is Winnie the Pooh, on a double-headed t-shirt, and yes, we are screen printing with an actual screen from the house. Do not try this at home.|
|When my mom saw these, she immediately shoved the smallest book club attendee into the one on the left. Yes, my mom was one of THOSE people in high school.|
In the realm of the living, _Nancy_, searched _the Florida Keys_ and _Hungary_ for her daughter. As a _million years_ passed, she began to lose hope of ever finding her fair _Brodi_. Her depression led to the neglect of her Duties as _shrimp de-pooper_ of Grain and Growth. _Spatulas_ withered and died. New ones refused to appear. Without _plungers_, mankind was starving and their unceasing prayers and pleas were sent to the _mushy_ Father God, _Cole_. Finally _Cole_ relented and sent his messenger, _Dracula_, to the realm of the _Park City_ to retrieve his daughter.
Yep, Nancy was an important Shrimp De-Pooper of Grain and Growth. I also like how it only took a million years for her to begin losing hope.
If that wasn't enough to make you want to relive high school, check these out:
|Everyone got Park City High water bottles.|
So, I was thinking, I would like to share the joy. I want to give one of you a Park City High water bottle. Are you interested? Simply leave a comment! I'll pick a random winner on Friday. :)
If you want to do the Persephone MadLib at your own book club, here are the templates: