Compelling Contest!


Kenny Brechner - October 23, 2014

Alliterative Analytical Acuity Alert!

Test your alliterative skills by submitting the Best Behaved Blurb.
First choose one of the following six books. Then submit your blurb by posting it in the comments below using the same single letter as the beginning letter for each word (a, an of, and, the, are, are also allowed). The winning entry will receive a regal reward!

Six Sensational Subjects and a Sample Submission

The Fault in Our Stars
The Hobbit
The Hunger Games
Blueberries For Sal
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus

Sample Submission

Otis
This tale of a terrific tractor takes the time to tell of a towering task.  The tiny tractor trundles toward a tempest of  towing trouble. A total triumph of a tractor tale!  
Brandish Blurbs Below!

12 thoughts on “Compelling Contest!

  1. Margaret

    Moms and moppets maneuver Maine mountain, making menu of mazarine morsels. Mischievous mayhem materializes: moppets misplaced! Maternal mistrust materializes — maybe a monster! Mercifully, mutatis mutandis, mistakes are mitigated.

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  2. Eric Right

    Hunger Games
    Arrows and adventure arrive at annual arena antagonism. Adolescents attack alike adversaries attempting absolute acquiescence. Authorities amused, admire abilities, as audience accepts authoritarian administration.

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  3. Lotho

    Lord of the Loop:
    Land of legend, lore and lore-master, this lithe libretto is a long-laster. A life of learning lies in line. For our little leige is left lone limitation. For in lease of leaf, in leiu of legendary law, or in listen of lyrical Lothlorien’s leafy luster, last is libation. For as long is the lure, as lone is the leader.

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  4. Karin

    The Hobbit
    Tricksy treasure thief treks tirelessly, tackles timidity, to terminate in the taunting of a terrible titan. Tremendous tour de force!

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  5. John Bean

    Blueberries For Sal
    Blueberries, berry-pickers, black bears, bravo! Bantam beginners bumble, befuddle begetters! But by back of book, babies bide beatifically by beast and bosom.

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  6. Suzanne

    Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus
    A petulant and perturbed pest pleads plaintively: Pretty please? Prayers pointedly prohibited.

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    1. Kate Brasch

      Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus
      Public plug prohibits pigeon piloting public pick-upper. Premeditating and pesky pigeon persists and petitions piloting. Pensive pigeon’s prayer precluded; possible portage post? Parable pleases people and pigeons proportionately.

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  7. Sam Oppenheim

    Hunger Games
    Killer kids compete against crazy characters. Careless council controls competition. Can Katniss kill all/come out clean?

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