Story Sprites Round Two Wrap Up

Posted December 31, 2015 by Lyn Kaye in Story Sprites / 6 Comments

Hey readers! We did it! We’ve reached the end of the first round of Story Sprites!

So how did each of us do?


This is going to be so embarrassing, but I really fell short this round. My health and the general anxiety of the holidays, I was sidetracked with my reading. As a result, I did not complete one single path. I was close on two, but close doesn’t count. Here is my record.

So shameful.


I enthusiastically threw myself into this round of Story Sprites. I kind if just read what I wanted at the beginning of the round, but about halfway through I noticed that I was really close to completing a couple paths, so I went for it and got them. Then I was enjoying it so much that I decided to do another. I would have kept going, but I ran out of time. I’m really enjoying this though, and I am participating fully in the next round as well.

Also, I am really proud of myself after my poor showing last time!


Photograph on Cover – For Real by Alison Cherry
A Halloween Read – Warren the 13th and the All-Seeing Eye by Tania del Rio
Supernatural Race in Modern Times – Saltwater Vampires by Kirsty Eager
Male MC – The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness


I didn’t complete anything from the purple path.


Cross Dress/Gender Bender – Newt’s Emerald by Garth Nix
Character Centered Novel – The Play by Karina Halle
Flames on the Cover – The Candidates by Inara Scott
Multiple Fantasy Creatures – The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman


Middle Grade Fantasy – The Toymaker’s Apprentice by Sherri L. Smith


A Book With a Mountain – The Distance From Me to You by Marina Gessner
A Classic Novel – A Night to Remember by Walter Lord
Book with a Fictional Language – Soundless by Richelle Mead
A Character Death – Winter by Marissa Meyer

How did you guys do this round?

Now comes the fun part–prizes! Each participant that completed at least one badge will have their very own badge case emailed to them containing their completed badges!

With each badge you’ve completed, you gain one entry in the giveaway.  We are giving away three books up to $15 each, one for each lucky winner.

Here is how you can claim your badges:

Submit your completed challenge paths to our blog email, display them in a comment on this post, OR link to them in the comments if you’ve written your own wrap-up post.

The Badges

The badges this month have gone through a little update, and we think the program we are using to design them is much better than the last one! Ready to see what they look like?

I hope everyone had a great time with this round! If you know ANY reader that you think might enjoy participating in this challenge, please spread the word because we are always looking for new participants! Round 3 kicks off tomorrow so stay tuned!

Now it’s time for the giveaway!


One entry per household. Must be over 13 to participate. No cheating – we will be checking for those who are not honest with their entries.

Yes, this is International as long as The Book Depository ships to you.

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6 responses to “Story Sprites Round Two Wrap Up

  1. It is finished! I am so glad to have finisned ALL paths! I would write a post, but I might forgot about it, so I think I’ll just put the books I’ve read in here. I love the badges! It was a good thing that I decided to complete the whole board.

    Here are my completed books (in each path):

    ▪ Cross Dress/Gender Bender – The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince by Lee Sun-Mi (English Translation)
    ▪ Multiple Fantasy Creatures – City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
    ▪ Flames on the Cover – Divergent by Veronica Roth
    ▪ Character-centered Novel – Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell

    ▪ Middle Grade Fantasy Novel – Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan
    ▪ Witches or Wizards – Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling
    ▪ Bram Stoker Award Winner – Coraline by Neil Gaiman
    ▪ Set at a Boarding School – Carry On by Rainbow Rowell

    ▪ A Character Death – The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
    ▪ A Classic Novel – The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson
    ▪ A Book with a Mountain – The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
    ▪ Book with a Fictional Language – The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien

    ▪ Male MC – Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie
    ▪ Photograph on the Cover – The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
    ▪ A Halloween Read – And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
    ▪ Supernatural Race in Modern Time – Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins

    ▪ POC MC – Battle Royale by Koushun Takami (English Translation)
    ▪ QUILTBAG Author – Every Day by David Levithan
    ▪ Set in the Southern USA – Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
    ▪ A Character who is a Musician – Lick by Kylie Scott

    Here is also a goodreads shelf that I made to keep track of the books I’ve finished reading: 2015 Story Sprites

    This is whole lots of fun! I can’t wait for Round 3!
    Misha recently posted…Review || And Then There Were None by Agatha ChristieMy Profile

  2. I did not do well this time around, partially because I’ve read very little these last few months. I have partials for all the categories, but each category had one or two that I just couldn’t complete. Next time!
    Isabel recently posted…End of Year Book SurveyMy Profile

  3. YAY! The new badges DO look more awesome. Thanks! 😀 And it’s cracking me up that in general one of you is always more on point…the exact same thing happens at my co-blog book blog!
    Wrap up:
    (I initially signed up with my personal blog, Printcess, at and then weeks later this co-blog book blog thing happened…sorry for any confusion there).
    Also, having completed the Red Track, now I’m curious about The Burning Sky!
    Beth W recently posted…Book Review: Anna Dressed in BloodMy Profile

  4. Well, I only completed two this time, blue and yellow!
    Male Main Character: The Rest of Us Just Live Here
    Photograph on the Cover: The Disneylanders
    A Halloween Read: Horrorstor
    Supernatural Race in Modern Times: Omega
    Witches or Wizards: The Witch Hunter
    Bram Stoker Award Winner: Shooting Yourself in the Head for Fun or Profit
    Middle Grade Fantasy: Madly
    Set at a Boarding School: The Dead House

    I look forward to the next round!
    Jenna recently posted…2015 Book Round-Up: Reading Challenge, Story Sprites and FavoritesMy Profile

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