I Challenge You To…

This week’s challenge is to write a story, limerick or poem on the subject of:

Favourite books

Last week’s theme was favourite foods. You sent in some super pieces. Some are here, while you’ll find others by following the links:

Keith Channing

From Kerala in India’s southwest
Come the foods that I deem to be best
A fine fish molee
(malayali dot me)
Goes down well, as my friends will attest.






Margaret Welwood

There once was a writer named Hetty
who did her best work in spaghetti.
But it hit the fan,
And she said, “Oh, man!
Now my novel and notes are confetti.”

Bitchin’ in the kitchen


Crushed Caramel:


My Slice of Mexico:




Photo credit: pinterest

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17 Responses to I Challenge You To…

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  2. Reblogged this on Keith Kreates! and commented:
    This week’s challenge from Esther is ‘Favourite books’. Mmm. What can I do with that?


  3. A handful of my favourite books
    Have made it to the screen
    If you’ll allow, I’ll start right now,
    I’ll to set the scene:

    ‘A Game of Thrones’ from Ice and Fire
    The Twilight Zones close to the wire
    Sweet Jessica Jones, sometimes draconian
    And, of course, Bones (from the Smithsonian)

    Super-heroes by the score
    Cops and spies and sleuths galore
    All my faves, from classics to Sci-Fi
    Are on my Kindle (thanks to WiFi)
    With so many volumes to be read
    It’s a wonder I’m ever out of bed!

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  4. **Line 4 – I’ll try to set the scene**

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  8. I haven’t taken up your challenge before, but I loved the subject this week. Books are something I know about and therefore it was fun to try a poem dedicated to them. Thanks! 🙂


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