Book Spine Poetry – as time goes by?

Hey there,

Hope you are well today and looking forward to the weekend.

I became a fan of Book Spine Poetry after reading this post on Brain Pickings and have been trying it out ever since.

The audacity of hope. The quiet war, the weight of silence. What became of us?

Have you tried Book Spine Poetry yet? If you decide to have a go, be warned, it is addictive! I’d love to know how you get on though – either here or on twitter.

Enjoy the rest of your day.

Elle xx

The Audacity of Hope – Barack Obama

The Quiet War – Paul McAuley

The Weight of Silence – Heather Gudenkauf

What became of us – Imogen Parker

6 thoughts on “Book Spine Poetry – as time goes by?

  1. I did one! But unfortunately haven’t sorted out the new phone photo software to my PC or laptop. But these were the titles:

    The Hand That First Held Mine ( M O’Farrell)
    Wish You Were Here ( M Gayle)
    Before I Go To Sleep ( SJ Watson)
    The Hell of it all ( C Brooker)
    The Making of Us ( L Jewell)

    Tadah!! x


    • Excellent! Thank you for sharing it with me, Yasmin. I think I have made a mess of Hobs’ “system” by mixing up our books to do BSP, leaving them in piles and not returning them to the bookcase!
      Thank you for stopping by and for your comment xx


  2. I love book spine poetry, Elle. I did have a go a while ago. From memory, I think mine were:

    The Making of Us (L Jewell)
    The Importance of being Emma (J Archer)
    Vince and Joy (L Jewell)
    The Distance between Us (M O’Farrell)
    Rumour Has It (J Mansell)
    A Minor Indiscretion (C Matthews)

    It really is addictive, isn’t it! 🙂 xx


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