Jun 19, 2012

The Mash Ups (and Sequels) Challenge

Give it your best shot: 
get silly with the title, 
create a sequel,
make up a new book 
--title and description-- 
with a twist or two!

We came up with a couple to get you started:


Eat Pray Love (On a budget) 
by Rick Steves 
A sequel to Eat Pray Love, a guide on how to 
have all of Elizabeth Gilbert's adventures.. on a budget. Written by the
champion of cheap travel, Rick Steves himself.


Getting to Aslan's Country: My Life After Narnia
by Lucy Pevensie
Lucy Pevensie answers all of your burning questions about life
after life in Narnia. Everything you ever wanted to know
about Aslan and his grand country Lucy
reveals as "The Chronicles Continue".
Next in the Series: Edmund in Real Life: How I Dealt with
an Evil Queen
by Edmund Pevensie

Here's a tip: grab a favorite book and imagine what else you'd like to learn about the subject --or change the perspective... have FUN!!


Add your ideas in the comments below.

4 comments:

  1. Fast Food Nation + Robinson Crusoe

    Meateater's Guide to a Complete Cleanse
    by Robinson Crusoe

    Robinson shares his tips on how to completely change your diet... immediately. You will suffer and you will lose weight, but you won't eat any tortured cows. Live free, eat free change your life mind, body and soul with Robinson's Complete Cleanse.

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  2. “Fun with Dick and Jane” Series by Dr. Seuss

    Enjoy reading like you never thought you could!

    "Cat in the Hat" by William S. Gray and Zerna Sharp

    (Authors of “Dick and Jane Readers Series” 1930-1970)

    Huh?? :-)

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  3. The Power of Now-ish. For dedicated procrastinators and hopeless over thinkers.
    By Amy Sedaris

    Amy uses all the tools in her chest of quirky humor to colorfully illustrate ways of living Now-ish...a little now and a bit more
    tomorrow. Baby steps in to the moment accompanied by witty come backs for that pesky inner voice of self doubt
    and a plethora of places to tell that racing and overanalyzing mind to go. Don't fret worrying folk, there is plenty of
    hilarity and silliness to feed the soul that can only blossom in the power of Now.

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  4. Walden Three...whereupon contemporary freethinkers exhume B.F. Skinner's remains, cremate them, and sprinkle the ashes on Walden Pond. Or is that too dark?? Oh, drat.

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