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Fibbing Friday – Bad Book Blurbs


Fibbing Friday – Bad Book Blurbs

These are fun questions we’re supposed to answer in any kind of silly, wrong, or outrageous ways. Just for fun!

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I’ll give you the title of 10 books, and let’s see what you can come with for what they’re about in two or three sentences.
The idea remember is to fib a little, a lot, tell whoppers, be inventive, silly or even outrageous, in your response and evade the truth.


1. War and Peace
2. The Green Mile
3. Dances with Wolves
4. Jaws
5. The Wind in the Willows
6. The Deserter
7. One Shot
8. It
9. Independence Day
10. The Count of Monte Cristo


1. War and Peace is a book about emotions. It explores the universal feelings we have of being mad about something, rage, and throwing a hissy fit. Those are war feelings. This book also gives examples of peaceful feelings, such as happiness, contentment, smiles & hugs, which we all want.

2.  The Green Mile  is a how-to book on gardening. It shows you the ins and outs of creating any size lawn and garden, with tips and photos.

3. Dances With Wolves is the tell-all memoirs of celebrities who have competed on televised dance competitions. Go behind the scenes as they reveal the cutthroat world of contestants and judges. Includes photos.

4. Jaws is a classic, must read medical textbook for students in dental colleges. Work book pages included as an important part of earning a good grade and diploma.

5. The Wind in the Willows is a book about the dust bowl era, and how soil erosion by the wind contributed mightily toward the depression years.

6. The Deserter is a lovely book (with scrumptious photos) of sweet treats. These deserts will tempt your taste buds. Recipes are easy to follow, and includes nutrition tables.

7. One Shot is a short story collection of murder mysteries, based on an amalgam of true crime cases of the past 100 years.

8. It, the book, is a children’s interactive exercise in choices. Cute stories for the little ones lets them choose between two different endings. Beautifully illustrated.

9. Independence Day follows six students through their high school years up to  their graduation day, and  how they will handle their new independence.

10. The Count of Monte Cristo is a book about one family who gave up everything when they bought their own island. From city life, to establishing their island home, they come to realize home is where the heart is, as long as they are together in their dream.


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Book Spine Poetry is finding some book titles, putting them in some kind of order, and see if it makes sense! 🙂  Here’s a couple I did today.



Lost in the Amazon

Time on My Hands

I’m Down


Where the Boys Are

Voluntary Madness

but enough about me



I’m Looking Through You

You Don’t Look Like Anyone I Know

I’m a Stranger Here Myself


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I thought I’d try something a little different. I’ve seen similar, but haven’t tried doing it before. What I did, was take a bunch of books that I have stacked up, take a photo, and try to make some kind of poem out of the first word or two from the titles of them. This is what I came up with. 🙂 It was pretty interesting, and fun to do. I’ll probably try it again sometime. (oh, looks like I missed using a couple of the books title words…hmm, for fun see if you can guess the ones I missed?)



The original haunted American desert has gone wild

Breaking all souls into ashes, where

I am a stranger, a sleeping holy ghost

You don’t hold the reckless midnight storm, the biting lover, the darker shades…

I’ll kiss the memory


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