Hey everyone! Today I’m doing a game called Burn, Rewrite, Reread. Thanks for tagging me, Emma from The Book Crunch. I saw this on someone else’s blog and I really wanted to do it, so I’m really happy I got tagged.
How to Play:
- Randomly choose three books (Tip: Use the “Sort > Random” option on your Goodreads read shelf).
- For each group, decide which book to burn, which one to rewrite, and which to reread (a lot like Kiss, Marry, Kill).
- Repeat until you complete three rounds (or five).
Gone Wild by Jodi Lundgreen
I read an ARC of this and I really did not like it.
Trouble is a Friend of Mine by Stephanie Tromley
I loved the idea for this book, but overall it fell flat. I would love to rewrite it so I could make the story go where I wanted it to go!
The Lonely Hearts Club by Elizabeth Eulburg
I read this book so long ago! I really liked it though, so I’m going to put it as Reread.
Leap Day by Wendy Mass
I read this book when I was an innocent 5th Grader and had no idea what they were talking about… My memories of it aren’t very good so I’ll put it as burn.
Perfected by Katie Jarvik Birch
I would totally rewrite this and take out all the cheesy lines. Then it would be perfect 🙂
Ditched by Robin Mellom
I read this book a few years ago so I would like to reread it! It was really fun and enjoyable.
Wish You Were Dead by Tom Strasser
I did not enjoy this book. The plot was average and predictable.
My Kind of Crazy by Robin Reul
Omg, this book was perfection, but I read it last month so I wouldn’t want to reread it again so soon. It comes out next week so I definitley recommend it! I guess for rewriting it I would get rid of Amanda’s questionnaire becoming so big. It got kind of ridiculous.
Variant by Robison Wells
This was one of my favorite books a few years ago, so I really want to go back and see if I still like it!
This was so much fun to do, but I had to make some hard choices. I’m tagging any of my followers who are interested! This is a really fun tag so I want to spread it around to as many people as possible. What did you think of my Burn, Rewrite, Reread?