Thursday, January 3, 2013

2013 A to Z Mini-Challenge #1


Janus
Did you know that the word January comes from the Roman god Janus? He was portrayed as having two faces, one looking to the past and one looking to the future.

In Janus' honor, for the mini-challenge this month, you have two options.

Option A) Read a book with two faces on the cover.
Option B) Read a book where a character is two-faced.

As usual, use your discretion in determining if the book fits the task. I trust your judgment!

Don't forget to sign the linky below if you do the mini-challenge. At the end of the year, you will be in the running to win a book from The Book Depository. I am still calculating to find a winner for last year, so that'll be posted soon.

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9 comments:

  1. My current book is about two people...with two faces on the cover. I'll dothe linky when the book is done!
    Laurie

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  2. I started one book with three people on the cover, the one I just bought has two people, hence two facces on the cover.

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    1. Awesome. PS. You won the mini-challenge giveaway from 2012 btw. I haven't posted it yet though so shhhhh.

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  3. Finished reading Lightning Only Strikes Twice by Stanalei Fletcher

    http://heathersstitchingstory.blogspot.co.uk/p/blog-page.html

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  4. Hi! Just wanted to ask, does the book Tempest by Julie Cross count in this mini-challenge?

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    1. Yep! There are two people and therefore two faces on the cover!

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  5. Internal Affairs has two people on the cover. I believe it is Rafe and Chloe who turn out to be father and daughter.

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