By now you're probably all feeling more than a little tired. Maybe the words on the page, they aren't sense-making. The thoughts in your head, they're hard to form. Maybe you feel a bit like a zombie. And you know what that means: time to zombify your books!
For this challenge, I want you to take a book you've read during the Readathon and "zombify" or "vampirize" it in the style of Pride & Prejudice & Zombies. You can do this by either zombifying the cover, or providing a synopsis of the zombified adaptation. Then post it somewhere online where I can get to it and provide a permalink.
Zombifying Your Book Cover
The two images above are examples of covers I zombified using Picnik, a free online photo editing program. Simply upload a .jpg of the original cover and go to the featured effects tab to find tools to turn your cover into something spooky. Or you can use whatever editing program you prefer!
Your second option is to write a summary for your zombie adaptation. Here's an example of an adaptation blurb for Persuasion by Jane Austen that I made up and put in my review of the novel:
Title: Devil's PersuasionAs you can see, you don't have to use zombies! Any supernatural creature will do.
Sir Walter Elliot is really a demon, using the mirrors in his bedroom to travel to and from Hell. His daughters, half-demon spawn, have succeeded in spreading discontent and misery throughout the county--all except for Anne, who has resisted the influence of her demon side for many years. But will the demon remain quiet when Capt. Wentworth returns to Somersetshire? Or will it emerge to wreak vengence on Anne's innocent cousins and anyone else who dares mess with her man??
This mini-challenge will run until the end of the Readathon, hour 24. One person who posts by hour 24 will be chosen randomly by myself and win one of a select number of "zombied" classics from the Book Depository. This contest is open internationally.
To enter the contest: Fill out the form below or go here.
To share with others: Leave your permalink in the comments!
I'm looking forward to seeing what you creative reading zombies come up with. Have fun and good luck!