Wicked Book in Pictures Challenge

Wow, these challenges have been a lot of fun and I’ve enjoyed visiting everyone’s blog to see all the creative juices flowing!! One of the two challenges for today, this one featured here is another using photos and runs until tonight (Sunday) at 11:59 p.m EST.

Here’s how it works:  The  mini-challenge from The Book Monsters Blog is called Read in Pictures. Basically you create a post showing pictures that describe different things in the books you are reading or have read during the read-a-thon. So if it’s set in Paris, they can have a picture of the Eiffel Tower, etc. Please include the title of your book and what the pictures describe. 🙂 Use the linky below to share your post!  For more information, go to their blog: http://www.thebookmonsters.com/2011/10/wickedly-wonderful-readathon-mini.html.

I’ve read most of House of Vampires by Samantha Rendle, so in the sake of time I’ll do that one. We’ve read lots more sections of books and many children’s books but I have so little time with the kid’s homework, dinner, etc. and I really want to do the challenge.

~House of Vampires by Samantha Rendle as told by photos~

 

 

 

 

**It takes place in Bristol, England, where the mansion is, and  surrounding areas**

 

 

 

 

**They drink and spill lots of blood (as usual)**

 

 

 

**At one point they drive an Audi Q7 (of course all Vamps have cool cars)**

 

 

 

**There is a secret key the 14-year-old vampire is protecting**

 

 

 

 

 

**His trusted friend and advisor, who also loves to eat spiders, is a rare Leopard Gecko**

 

 

 

This book comes out in November and has been an entertaining read. I’ll have more up about it on my blog next week. I think putting some of the story into pictures was a blast!! I’ll be doing Read-a-Thon co-host April’s challenge too which you can find here: http://www.myshelfconfessions.com/posts/wwrat-challenge-zombie-apocalypse/.

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