Indianapolis, IN, March 07, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Starting in March, the World of Words by Elias Tobias is beginning a new opportunity for its readers to be a part of the program in a fun way. Poetry Puzzles is a bi-weekly game with the simple object of finding the missing words of poems already on the Web blog, much like finding the missing letters of a phrase on the TV game, Wheel of Fortune.
Each week, two chances to participate will be given with one at the start of the week and the second in the middle of the week. Each of the posts will have two poems without titles with enough clues to find the rest of the words by looking around the Web blog. The internal search function will come in handy, and like the famous show, there will be categories, or the book collections for further clues.
Each month there will be a total of 16 poems, and the game will go on for three months. For each correct bi-weekly game submission to firstname.lastname@example.org, a point will be awarded each player. The completed submission must have the title and the completed poem. The points will be totaled per person at the end of three months for a possible perfect score of 48, and those with 36 or more points will get a free Elias Tobias t-shirt transfers (for the front and back) for their favorite vacant t-shirt. Sorry, no trips or cars or cash, like the TV game.