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message 1: by Deb, Acquisitions Foreman (new)

Deb (chiana) | 523 comments Mod
Bonus Scavenger Hunt – October 1 through November 30, 2017

• This “Challenge” works in conjunction with the other challenges you may participate in during this time frame.

• While you are fulfilling the requirements of your other challenges, be on the lookout for the following items - they may be on the cover or mentioned in the book. Most items are specific, but if in doubt about an item – just ask!

• List the sentence the word (or phrase) is found, and its location in the book.
• You may use a book (or even a single sentence) to fulfill multiple items (you do not have to read 40 books for this challenge...do not worry!)

• Books that are used must be read during the period of this challenge, the challenge does not start until 10/1/17, but you can get your lists together early. Good Luck & Happy Reading!
• Books must be read during the allotted time.

Word List
1. Bat
2. Beans
3. Beep
4. Beetle
5. Black Friday
6. Bouquet
7. Buffalo (or Bison)
8. Buffet
9. Canal
10. Canvas
11. Cappuccino
12. Caramel
13. Dial
14. Director
15. Fertilizer
16. Fog
17. Footprint
18. Gate
19. Hike
20. Homemade cookies
21. Hoof
22. Knock-knock joke
23. Masked
24. Merge
25. Noodle
26. Opal
27. Orange
28. Perspective
29. Port
30. Raisin
31. Recycle
32. Reptile
33. Spice
34. Tacky
35. Teal
36. Toad
37. Vodka
38. Wail
39. Windshield
40. Worthy


message 2: by Elle (last edited Nov 30, 2017 07:15PM) (new)

Elle (elleay) | 294 comments Bonus Scavenger Hunt – October 1 - November 30, 2017
Found: 33/40

Word List
1. Bat: while he rode like a bat out of hell (p. 232)
Magic Bites by Ilona Andrews 10/23
2. Beans: I take it Mr. Lawson didn't spill the beans (p. 300)
Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel 10/3
3. Beep: When the body scan beeped its completion (p. 18)
Binti by Nnedi Okorafor 10/10
4. Beetle: always have death-watch beetle (p. 214)
White Silence by Jodi Taylor 10/9
5. Black Friday
6. Bouquet: A huge bouquet of lipstick-red roses. (p. 111)
The Hating Game by Sally Thorne 10/18
7. Buffalo (or Bison): but the buffalo formed their own Herd (p. 52)
Magic Bites by Ilona Andrews 10/23
8. Buffet: in the corner by the buffet. (p. 28)
White Silence by Jodi Taylor 10/9
9. Canal: until it crossed the canal. (p. 48)
Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs 11/13
10. Canvas: the blank canvas sitting on the old easel. (loc. 2816)
Logan by Jay McLean 10/11
11. Cappuccino: there was a whiff of cappuccino (p. 215)
Midnight Riot by Ben Aaronovitch 11/30
12. Caramel: as he licked the caramel from his skin (p. 386)
Moon Called by Patricia Briggs 11/30
13. Dial: I know you have the Office of the President on speed dial (p. 199)
Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel 10/3
14. Director: The director of the FBI came to see me personally. (p. 312)
Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel 10/3
15. Fertilizer
16. Fog: The fog will have crossed the river by now. (p. 264)
Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel 10/3
17. Footprint: They'll remove their genetic footprint from mankind's. (p. 423)
Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel 10/3
18. Gate: We're here. Open the gate. (p. 114)
Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel 10/3
19. Hike: We explored the countryside, hiking up and down paths (p. 144)
White Silence by Jodi Taylor 10/9
20. Homemade cookies: home cooking, warm cookies, fresh milk (loc. 805)
Magical Compass by Jaymin Eve 10/16
21. Hoof: Or the sulphurous scratching of Lucifer's hoof? (p. 71)
Now We Are Sick: An Anthology of Nasty Verse by Neil Gaiman 10/7
22. Knock-knock joke
23. Masked: the barely masked stench of decay (p. 26)
Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning 10/21
24. Merge: usually because your colours won't merge (p. 2)
White Silence by Jodi Taylor 10/9
25. Noodle: a series of gigantic ghostly noodles (p. 25)
Binti by Nnedi Okorafor 10/10
26. Opal
27. Orange: the bright orange chemicals were pumped (p. 124)
A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness 10/14
28. Perspective: so from her persective, it isn't different at all. (p. 77)
Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel 10/3
29. Port: land at the London Gateway Port (p. 51)
Waking Gods by Sylvain Neuvel 10/3
30. Raisin
31. Recycle: a healthy amount of recycled cola. (p. 5)
Playing for Keeps by R.L. Mathewson 10/27
32. Reptile
33. Spice: An' silver an' spice, an' great jewels o' price (p. 39)
Now We Are Sick: An Anthology of Nasty Verse by Neil Gaiman 10/7
34. Tacky: better than the run-down 1950s tacky it had been (p. 101)
Moon Called by Patricia Briggs 11/30
35. Teal
36. Toad: the Strand to the Roosevelt Toad (p. 11)
Midnight Riot by Ben Aaronovitch 11/30
37. Vodka: like vodka on a fire (p. 39)
Blood Bound by Patricia Briggs 11/11
38. Wail: Evie let out a wail (loc. 2904)
Magical Compass by Jaymin Eve 10/16
39. Windshield: the scanner read the security badge on his windscreen (p. 19)
White Silence by Jodi Taylor 10/9
40. Worthy: and if worthy will grant your spell. (loc. 2492)
Magical Compass by Jaymin Eve 10/16


message 3: by Deb, Acquisitions Foreman (last edited Jan 31, 2018 03:05PM) (new)

Deb (chiana) | 523 comments Mod
Bonus Scavenger Hunt – October 1 through November 30, 2017

Word List
DONE!

Found
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message 4: by Debbie (last edited Dec 03, 2017 11:56AM) (new)

Debbie (debbiegray) | 991 comments Word List


1. Bat Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p17 right off the bat
2. Beans Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p19 sweet potatoes and green beans
3. Beep Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p298 hard enough to make them beep
4. Beetle Hangman's Root by Susan Wittig Albert 10/13/17 p148 I'm glad Beetle had her kittens
5. Black Friday The Iced Princess by Christine Husom p6 Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving
6. Bouquet Murder on a Girls' Night Out by Anne George 10/4/17 p200 a bouquet of daisies
7. Buffalo (or Bison) Of Mess and Moxie: Wrangling Delight Out of This Wild and Glorious Life by Jen Hatmaker chapt16 Buffalo chicken dip
8. Buffet Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p191 we opened the buffet
9. Canal
10. Canvas Mum's the Word by Kate Collins 10/25/17 p1 pristine canvases awaiting bold splashes of color
11. Cappuccino Mum's the Word by Kate Collins 10/25/17 p16 their daily cappuccino fix
12. Caramel Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p1563 I thought of a pan of caramels
13. Dial Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p138 we had to dial the phone
14. Director Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p182 Mike Spencer, the funeral director
15. Fertilizer The Cat Who Said Cheese by Lilian Jackson Braun 10/10/17 p117 you can even make a bomb with fertilizer
16. Fog Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p222 Pam's fog of desire
17. Footprint Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p246 some footprints
18. Gate Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p135 some had decided to storm the main gate
19. Hike Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p152 long, dusty hike on a hot day
20. Homemade cookies The Christmas Bouquet by Sherryl Woods..p109 a pile of home baked cookies
21. Hoof Thanksgiving Prayer: Thanksgiving Prayer\A Handful of Heaven by Debbie Macomber 11/25/17 p309 hoofing it back to town
22. Knock-knock joke
23. Masked Thanksgiving Prayer: Thanksgiving Prayer\A Handful of Heaven by Debbie Macomber 11/25/17 p390the black masked rottweiler
24. Merge
25. Noodle
26. Opal
27. Orange Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p260 written in neon orange
28. Perspective Of Mess and Moxie: Wrangling Delight Out of This Wild and Glorious Life by Jen Hatmaker chap1 if you encounter a new idea or persective
29. Port Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p74 around ports like New Orleans
30. Raisin Murder on a Girls' Night Out by Anne George 10/4/17 p87 ham steak covered with raisin sauce
31. Recycle Miss Julia Stands Her Ground by Ann B. Ross 10/19/17 p46 stacking them for recycling
32. Reptile Hangman's Root by Susan Wittig Albert 10/13/17 p56 frogs, lizards and other reptiles
33. Spice Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p162 spiced by a dollop of fear
34. Tacky Living Dead in Dallas by Charlaine Harris 11/9/17 p182 that would be a really tacky thing to do
35. Teal Miss Julia Stands Her Ground by Ann B. Ross 10/19/17 p212 bright aqua, or maybe it was teal
36. Toad Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p290 the locusts and toads were holding their breath
37. Vodka Murder on a Girls' Night Out by Anne George 10/4/17 p61 eight ounce glass of pure vodka
38. Wail Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p32 Denise began wailing
39. Windshield Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p82 I peered through my windshield
40. Worthy Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris 10/2/17..p95 I'm as worthy of respect as your sister

LEFTOVERS
1. BLOODY MARY Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood by Rebecca Wells...p12 two thermoses of Bloody Marys
2. CAT FISH
3. CINNAMON ROLL Thanksgiving Prayer: Thanksgiving Prayer\A Handful of Heaven by Debbie Macomber 11/25/17 p220 some of the left over cinnamon rolls
4. COMPLACENT
5. DVR
6. ECLIPSE
7. ENAMELED Hangman's Root by Susan Wittig Albert 10/13/17 p12 enameled table, and a large storage cabinet
8. GOALPOST
9. GRANDSTAND
10. ICE HOCKEY
11. PLAYOFFS Of Mess and Moxie: Wrangling Delight Out of This Wild and Glorious Life by Jen Hatmaker chap16 no TV on it for playoffs
12. PRIZE WINNING RECIPE
13. SARCOPHAGUS
14. SCRIBE
15. SNOW BOARD
16. STATE FAIR
17. STURGIS
18. VOLLEYBALL NET

Dead Until Dark (Sookie Stackhouse, #1) by Charlaine Harris Murder on a Girls' Night Out (Southern Sisters, #1) by Anne George The Cat Who Said Cheese (Cat Who... #18) by Lilian Jackson Braun Hangman's Root (China Bayles, #3) by Susan Wittig Albert Miss Julia Stands Her Ground (Miss Julia, #7) by Ann B. Ross Of Mess and Moxie Wrangling Delight Out of This Wild and Glorious Life by Jen Hatmaker Mum's the Word (A Flower Shop Mystery, #1) by Kate Collins Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood by Rebecca Wells The Iced Princess (A Snow Globe Shop Mystery) by Christine Husom Thanksgiving Prayer Thanksgiving Prayer\A Handful of Heaven by Debbie Macomber The Christmas Bouquet (Chesapeake Shores, #11) by Sherryl Woods


message 5: by Denise (last edited Nov 28, 2017 10:30AM) (new)

Denise | 658 comments Thank you!

Bonus Scavenger Hunt – October 1 through November 30, 2017

33/40 words found

Word List
1. Bat - “Like a bat out of hell?” p. 244 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
2. Beans - “Yet you’re here, spilling the beans.” P 192 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
3. Beep - “There was a beep from their guide’s walkie talkie…” p. 279 The Purity of Vengeance by Jussi Adler-Olsen 10.28.17
4. Beetle “into a similar species of beetle…” p. 78 Falling in Love by Donna Leon 10.15.17
5. Black Friday
6. Bouquet - “lay the largest bouquet…” p. 23 Falling in Love by Donna Leon 10.15.17
7. Buffalo (or Bison) - “A buffalo is worth a hundred pounds or more.” P. 126 The Woman on the Orient Express by Lindsay Jayne Ashford 11.8.17
8. Buffet - “…like the first time at a buffet.” P. 166 Glass Houses by Louise Penny 11.19.17
9. Canal - “Two couples were sitting on the steps leading to the canal…” p. 28 Never End by Ake Edwardson 10.9.17
10. Canvas - “…like an artist starting fresh work on a canvas…” p. 113 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
11. Cappuccino - “…make himself an unusually strong cappuccino…” p. 9 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
12. Caramel - “…he ate his cream caramel…” p. 172 Falling in Loveby Donna Leon 10.15.17
13. Dial - “He twiddled the dial…” p. 323 In Farleigh Field by Rhys Bowen 10.14.17
14. Director - “…to do a feature on the Iranian film director.” P. 75 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
15. Fertilizer
16. Fog - “…glass holes on the mask were beginning to fog up.” P. 14 Like Love by Ed McBain 10.21.17
17. Footprint - “or a footprint left at a previous crime scene.” P. 78 Playing With Fire by Peter Robinson
18. Gate - “…a rickety gate, next to an overgrown prickly bush.” P. 337 The Girl in the Spider's Webby David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
19. Hike “they talked to hunters and hikers.” P. 357 Glass Housesby Louise Penny 11.19.17
20. Homemade cookies
21. Hoof -“…but instead with some tiny detail, a hoof, a rider’s boot…” p. 82 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
22. Knock-knock joke
23. Masked - Masked “…maybe the murderer had been masked.” P. 188 The Girl in the Spider's Webby David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
24. Merge - “…would come into contact with the Internet and merge with it.” P 159 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
25. Noodle- “…referred to her own thoughts as “noodle soup.”’” P. 61 Miss Zukas Shelves the Evidence by Jo Dereske 11.10.17
26. Opal - “…milky green color of opals…” (audiobook) The Beast in the Red Forest by Sam Eastland 11.28.17
27. Orange - “…two green apples and an orange.” P. 80 The Girl in the Spider's Webby David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
28. Perspective - “…he must have picked up the secrets of perspective drawing…” p. 67 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
29. Port - “…as for Bristol itself, it’s a port…” p. 209 The Midsummer Rose by Kate Sedley 10.12.17
30. Raisin - “…apple and raisin tart”…P. 36 The Woman in Black by Susan Hill 10.16.17
31. Recycle
32. Reptile - “I should think of her as a pet, some kind of reptile.” P. 139 Forty Words for Sorrow by Giles Blunt 11.5.17
33. Spice - “…maybe to put some spice back into her life.” P. 50 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
34. Tacky
35. Teal
36. Toad - “…she didn’t turn into a toad.” P. 17 Forty Words for Sorrow by Giles Blunt 11.5.17
37. Vodka - “…get drunk on cheap vodka.” P. 190 The Girl in the Spider's Webby David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
38. Wail -“They heard how she began to wail…” p. 409 The Purity of Vengeance by Jussi Adler-Olsen 10.28.17
39. Windshield - “He’d have to change his passenger side windshield wiper.” P. 94 Never End by Ake Edwardson 10.9.17
40. Worthy - “You’ve met a worthy opponent.” P. 144 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17


message 6: by Book Concierge (last edited Nov 22, 2017 06:56AM) (new)

Book Concierge (tessabookconcierge) | 2348 comments Bonus Scavenger Hunt: October/November 2017
Begins: 01Oct17 / Ends: 30Nov17



40 / 40 words found

9 books read
In the Woods ✔ – 05Oct17
Living to Tell the Tale ✔ – 07Oct17
Three Weissmanns of Westport ✔ – 09Oct17
The Illusion of Separateness ✔ – 11Oct17
Murder in the Paperback Parlor ✔ – 16oct17
Murder in the Mystery Suite ✔ – 26Oct17
Sundown, Yellow Moon ✔ – 28Oct17
Drums of Autumn ✔ – 01Nov17
A Piece of the World ✔ – 10Nov17

Word List
1. Bat - Living to Tell the Tale - pg 305 - "…a windstorm of bats came…"
2. Beans - The Illusion of Separateness - pg 31 - "…fish fingers, beans, and…"
3. Beep - In the Woods - pg 192 - "…chirrups and beeps."
4. Beetle - In the Woods - pg 421 - "…rabbits and beetles and…"
5. Black Friday - Sundown, Yellow Moon - pg 218 - "On the Friday after Thanksgiving…"
6. Bouquet - Living to Tell the Tale - pg 379 - "…give you a bouquet of…"
7. Buffalo - Three Weissmanns of Westport - pg 284 - "…cousin from Buffalo."
8. Buffet - Three Weissmanns of Westport - pg 183 - "…on the buffet tables
9. Canal - Living to Tell the Tale - pg 450 - "…the canal between two…"
10. Canvas - Living to Tell the Tale - pg 474 - "…cork and canvas, three…"
11. Cappuccino - In the Woods - pg 299 - "…cappuccinos after dinner."
12. Caramel - The Illusion of Separateness - pg 141 - "…the hard caramels because…"
13. Dial - Living to Tell the Tale - pg 285 - "…on the dial to find…"
14. Director - Living to Tell the Tale - pg 459 - "…Italian director Enrico…"
15. Fertilizer - Murder in the Mystery Suite - pg 171 - "…had to do with fertilizer."
16. Fog - Living to Tell the Tale - pg 322 - "…through the fog at dawn…"
17. Footprint - In the Woods - pg 155 - "…the footprints are a…"
18. Gate - Living to Tell the Tale - pg 306 -"…reach the great gate of…"
19. Hike - Sundown, Yellow Moon - pg 200 - "…'hike' and 'nature…"
20. Homemade cookies - The Illusion of Separateness - pg 149 - "…package of homemade cookies for…"
21. Hoof - Drums of Autumn - pg 500 - "…off the hoof or…"
22. Knock-knock joke - Murder in the Paperback Parlor - pg 196 - "…knock-knock jokes and…"
23. Masked - Three Weissmanns of Westport - pg 56 - "…coldness masked as…"
24. Merge - In the Woods - pg 81 -"The faces merged into…"
25. Noodle - Three Weissmanns of Westport - pg 56 - "…sesame noodles on…"
26. Opal - Drums of Autumn - pg 360 - "It's an opal and…"
27. Orange - In the Woods - pg 77 - "…glass of her orange juice."
28. Perspective - Living to Tell the Tale - pg 403 - "… a better perspective on…"
29. Port - Living to Tell the Tale - pg 369 - "…in the river port, where …"
30. Raisin - In the Woods - pg 117 - "…chocolate raisins that…"
31. Recycle - In the Woods - pg 422 - "…grubby recycled orange…"
32. Reptile - Drums of Autumn - pg110 - "…the reptile's progress…"
33. Spice - In the Woods - pg 132 - "…curry spices spiraling…"
34. Tacky - In the Woods - pg 174 - "…at the tacky neon…"
35. Teal - A Piece of the World - pg 83 - "…whites, teal blue…"
36. Toad - Three Weissmanns of Westport - pg 275 - "….Mr Toad of…"
37. Vodka - In the Woods - pg 74 - "…bottle of vodka and…"
38. Wail - In the Woods - pg 140 - "…inhuman wail rose…"
39. Windshield - The Illusion of Separateness - pg 47 - "The windshield in the…"
40. Worthy - Living to Tell the Tale - pg 429 - "…evocations worthy of…"


message 7: by D.L. (last edited Oct 01, 2017 01:49AM) (new)

D.L. | 470 comments This sounds like fun! :)

1 words found
0 books read

Word List
1. Bat
2. Beans
3. Beep
4. Beetle
5. Black Friday
6. Bouquet
7. Buffalo (or Bison)
8. Buffet
9. Canal -- pg. 4 of It -- "the concrete sides of the Canal"
10. Canvas
11. Cappuccino
12. Caramel
13. Dial
14. Director
15. Fertilizer
16. Fog
17. Footprint
18. Gate
19. Hike
20. Homemade cookies
21. Hoof
22. Knock-knock joke
23. Masked
24. Merge
25. Noodle
26. Opal
27. Orange -- pg. 137 of Killing Britney -- "face covered by a hunter orange ski mask"
28. Perspective
29. Port
30. Raisin
31. Recycle
32. Reptile
33. Spice
34. Tacky
35. Teal
36. Toad
37. Vodka
38. Wail
39. Windshield
40. Worthy


message 8: by Cheryl (last edited Oct 28, 2017 11:53PM) (new)

Cheryl La Pa (cheryllp) | 92 comments Bonus Scavenger Hunt – October 1 - November 30, 2017
Found: 29/40
Carryover: 10/20

Read:
The Trouble with Twelfth Grave 3 Oct
The White Lily 8 Oct
The Night Realm 18 Oct
The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic 20 Oct
Heart of Venom 22 Oct
If There's No Tomorrow 25 Oct
Where One Goes 27 Oct

Word List
1. Bat: The Trouble with Twelfth Grave He hit Hector with a baseball bat… Pg 75
2. Beans: The White Lily …buttery green beans and potatoes… pg 101
3. Beep: If There's No Tomorrow Machine still beeped. Pg 107
4. Beetle
5. Black Friday
6. Bouquet
7. Buffalo: The Trouble with Twelfth Grave …insist on money for Buffalo wings? Pg 256
8. Buffet: Heart of Venom …or I would have been their buffet… Pg 173
9. Canal: The Night Realm …beside the canal. Pg 218
10. Canvas: The White Lily …sketch pencils on their canvas… Pg 118
11. Cappuccino: The Trouble with Twelfth Grave She made a killer cappuccino. Pg 70
12. Caramel: The Trouble with Twelfth Grave Coffee. Chocolate. Caramel. Pg 144
13. Dial: The Trouble with Twelfth Grave Turn the dial to eleven. Pg 46
14. Director
15. Fertilizer
16. Fog: Heart of Venom …like the foulest sort of fog. Pg 119
17. Footprint: The White Lily …he touches the fooprints where someone has recently stepped. Pg 150
18. Gate: The White Lily …down the path to the wrought-iron gate. Pg 57
19. Hike: The White Lily …hike up her skirts… Pg 48
20. Homemade cookies: Heart of Venom ...some double-chocolate-chip cookies that I’d baked fresh that morning. Pg 240
21. Hoof: Heart of Venom The two men were hoofing it over to their own car, Pg 215
22. Knock-knock joke
23. Masked: The Night Realm …with her vision partially masked… Pg 61
24. Merge: The Trouble with Twelfth Grave …decided to merge to become stronger… Pg 25
25. Noodle
26. Opal: The Night Realm …set with sapphires, emeralds, and opals… Pg 56
27. Orange: The White Lily …with candied orange slices and cream puff pastries. Pg 101
28. Perspective: The Trouble with Twelfth Grave There was nothing like a shower to give one perspective. Pg 125
29. Port: The White Lily …a glass of port on the table. Pg 101
30. Raisin: The White Lily …and a dessert of sugared almonds and raisins. Pg 101
31. Recycle
32. Reptile
33. Spice: The White Lily …and another scintillating spice she couldn't identify. Pg 234
34. Tacky: Heart of Venom Did you see those tacky clothes she had on? Pg 153
35. Teal
36. Toad
37. Vodka: The Trouble with Twelfth Grave …where can I put my vodka and nachos? Pg 91
38. Wail: The White Lily The vampire on his knees wailed in agony… Pg 33
39. Windshield: The Trouble with Twelfth Grave I stared out the windshield at the long highway ahead… Pg 250
40. Worthy: The White Lily ..those they deem worthy for such feeling? Pg 113

Carryover:
Back to school: If There's No Tomorrow I wasn't ready to go back to school. Pg 141
Bloody Mary: If There's No Tomorrow Instead of Bloody Mary, he'd be Bloody Marty. Pg 41
Catfish
Cinnamon roll: Where One Goes Cinnamon rolls. You'll love them! Pg 46
Custard: The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic ] …little dishes of apricot custard. Pg 53
Dumpling: The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic …the long eclipse unbroken. Pg 287
Elvis: Where One Goes My parents loved Johnny and Elvis. Pg 33
Enameled
Family photo: Where One Goes The walls are filled with family photos… Pg 76
Goalpost
Grandstand
Happy Birthday song
Playoffs: The Trouble with Twelfth Grave 'Basketball game,' Uncle Bob answered for her. "Playoffs." Pg 288
Prize winning recipe
Social media outlet: The Trouble with Twelfth Grave ...poring over pictures on social media outlets. Pg 191
State Fair: The Trouble with Twelfth Grave …and won a blue ribbon at the state fair with it. Pg 12
Sturgis
UFO
S'mores: If There's No Tomorrow We'd make s'mores. Pg 240


Lizz (Beer, Books and Boos) | 61 comments Bonus Scavenger Hunt
October 1 through November 30, 2017
0 Words
0 Books

Word List
1. Bat
2. Beans
3. Beep
4. Beetle
5. Black Friday
6. Bouquet
7. Buffalo (or Bison)
8. Buffet
9. Canal
10. Canvas
11. Cappuccino
12. Caramel
13. Dial
14. Director
15. Fertilizer
16. Fog
17. Footprint
18. Gate
19. Hike
20. Homemade cookies
21. Hoof
22. Knock-knock joke
23. Masked
24. Merge
25. Noodle
26. Opal
27. Orange
28. Perspective
29. Port
30. Raisin
31. Recycle
32. Reptile
33. Spice
34. Tacky
35. Teal
36. Toad
37. Vodka
38. Wail
39. Windshield
40. Worthy


message 10: by Tania (last edited Dec 14, 2017 09:20AM) (new)

Tania | 159 comments TCF October/November Bonus Scavenger Hunt

Duration:
October 1st to November 30th, 2017
My final tally on this was 39/45

Word List
1. Bat The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 61, "it has one bat above its belfry." ★★★★★
2. Beans The Girl Scouts at Sea Crest Or, the Wig Wag Rescue by Lilian C. Garis (10/4), p 64, "Wonder would I be spilling the beans if I told you a secret?" ★★★
3. Beep Me Before You by Jojo Moyes (10/2), p 509, "steady beep of the machines burn a rhythm into my conciousness." ★★★★
4. Beetle Diary of a Fat Girl by Moira Mugweni (10/12), p 170, "So Nat, Cassie and I piled into Nat's Beetle and started the drive to Cloud 9." ★★★★
5. Black Friday
6. Bouquet The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 63, "like it is a bouquet of flowers." ★★★★★
7. Buffalo (or Bison) The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 64, "where he gives voice to the buffal named Buff." ★★★★★
8. Buffet Me Before You by Jojo Moyes (10/2), p 535, "wheeling his way slowly along the endless, extravagant buffet." ★★★★
9. Canal The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 140, "see the United Kingdom pavilion's version of the canal." ★★★★★
10. Canvas The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 42, "Why leave a canvas as extensive as the pavement under your feet" ★★★★★
11. Cappuccino Me Before You by Jojo Moyes (10/2), p 407, "And you couldn't buy a normal coffee, only lates, cappucinos, and macchiatos." ★★★★
12. Caramel Me Before You by Jojo Moyes (10/2), p 93, "with pale caramel skin." ★★★★
13. Dial The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 71, "watch the top of the big white dial." ★★★★★
14. Director The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 25, "the director of the Show." ★★★★★
15. Fertilizer Strawberry Girl by Lois Lenski (10/12), p 187, "Phospate's used for making fertilizer and other things," ★★★★★
16. Fog The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 49, "It was like singing in a foggy lounge." ★★★★★
17. Footprint The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 43, "you'll see footprints, from monkeys and elephants to camels and bears, imprinted in the dirt." ★★★★★
18. Gate The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 28, "such as a big gilded castle gate" ★★★★★
19. Hike The Girl Scouts' Good Turn by Edith Lavell (10/14), Loc 405, "We shall probably go for a hike Saturday a week" ★★★★
20. Homemade cookies Sweet Tea Tuesdays by Ashley Farley (10/27), p 58, "when she saw her daughter and her friend drinking icy glasses of lemonade and nibbling gingersnap cookies on Georgia's front porch." ★★★
21. Hoof The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 216, "you will only see human prints and hoof prints." ★★★★★
22. Knock-knock joke
23. Masked Nine Women, One Dress by Jane L. Rosen (10/13), p 271, "my misery at the thought of not seeing her all day masked it" ★★★★
24. Merge The Maples Stories by John Updike (10/15), p 123, "The artificial tumult of television below merges with a real commotion,"" ★★★★
25. Noodle Walt Disney: The Triumph of the American Imagination by Neal Gabler (11/22), p 472, "a full line of Donald Duck foods including field peas with snaps, peanut butter, catsup, chili sauce, macaroni, mayonnaise, and egg noodles" ★★★★★
26. Opal Blood on the Tracks by Barbara Nickless (10/31), p 290, "tentative sunlight infused the sky with opal." ★★★★★
27. Orange The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 74, "Why do the cannonballs raining down around you make an orange splash?" ★★★★★
28. Perspective The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 10, "everyone should see them from that perspective." ★★★★★
29. Port The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 83, "HK Spaceport E-TKT is the space port in Hong Kong Disneyland." ★★★★★
30. Raisin The Girl Scouts' Good Turn by Edith Lavell (10/14), Loc 1251, "to finish with nuts, raisins, and candy" ★★★★
31. Recycle The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 34, "making him a recycler before recycling became fashionable." ★★★★★
32. Reptile The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 204, "carved with 325 reptiles, mammals, and birds," ★★★★★
33. Spice The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 135, "Spice Road Table was added to the Morocco pavilion in 2013," ★★★★★
34. Tacky The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 213, "recalls the tacky roadside souvenir shops dotted acros America," ★★★★★
35. Teal Walt Disney: The Triumph of the American Imagination by Neal Gabler (11/22), p 10, "During migration teal and sprig would settle on the pasture pond." ★★★★★
36. Toad The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 55, "that once belonged to the popular Mr. Toad." ★★★★★
37. Vodka What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions by Randall Monroe (10/11), p 286, "How to touch a neutron bullet: salt, water, and vodka." ★★★★
38. Wail The Girl Scouts at Sea Crest Or, the Wig Wag Rescue by Lilian C. Garis (10/4), p 39, "wailed the mother, now wringing her hands" ★★★
39. Windshield What If?: Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions by Randall Monroe (10/11), p 152, "They usually strike the hood of the car, often with the back of the head impacting the windshield" ★★★★
40. Worthy The Hidden Magic of Walt Disney World: Over 600 Secrets of the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom by Susan Veness (10/9), p 57, "donated millions of dollars toward this worthy cause." ★★★★★

Leftovers:
4. Catfish Strawberry Girl by Lois Lenski (10/12), p 22, "Been fishin' over to Catfish Lake." ★★★★★
9. DVR
17. Goalpost
29. Prize Winning Recipe
35. State Fair


message 11: by Barbara ★ (last edited Dec 02, 2017 01:33PM) (new)

Barbara ★ | 1879 comments TCF October/November Bonus Scavenger Hunt
Duration: October 1 - November 30, 2017


37/40 FOUND

Ho-Ho-Homicide (Liss MacCrimmon Mysteries #8) by Kaitlyn Dunnett Ho-Ho-Homicide - Kaitlyn Dunnett 10/5
2. Beans - she'd have to spill the beans, p134
25. Noodle - thirty lashes with a wet noodle, p128

White Trash Zombie Unchained (White Trash Zombie, #6) by Diana Rowland White Trash Zombie Unchained - Diana Rowland 10/7
1. Bat - couldn't see any sign of a rat or bat, p123
4. Beetle - at a dog-sized beetle, p158
9. Canal - the gator that hangs out in the canal, p61
23. Masked - masked a grin, p93
27. Orange - lavender and orange painted the heavens, p63
32. Reptile - flanked by the two enormous reptiles, p314

Highland Avenger (Murray Family, #18) by Hannah Howell Highland Avenger - Hannah Howell 10/9
16. Fog - crawled her way up through the fog of sleep, p156
18. Gate - through the high iron-studded oak gates, p144
40. Worthy - behavior worthy of some tavern whore, p67

Golden Age and Other Stories by Naomi Novik Golden Age and Other Stories - Naomi Novik 10/9
33. Spice - had the peculiar fragrance of the spice in his nostrils, p51

Midnight's Captive (Dark Warriors, #6) by Donna Grant Midnight's Captive - Donna Grant 10/12
39. Windshield - through the windshield she could make out his strong jaw, p6

The Wrong Hostage (St. Kilda Consulting, #2) by Elizabeth Lowell The Wrong Hostage - Elizabeth Lowell 10/12
10. Canvas - canvas sacks of pinto beans, p374
19. Hike - might be better to hike in, p117
29. Port - by using the new port of entry, p9

Bite My Fire (Biting Love, #1) by Mary Hughes Bite My Fire - Mary Hughes 10/14
12. Caramel - and caramel mochas, p55

She'll Never Live by Hunter Morgan She'll Never Live - Hunter Morgan 10/14
13. Dial - the phone was an old dial wall unit, p294
15. Fertilizer - carrying all these fifty pound bags of fertilizer, p93
37. Vodka - his club soda that looked like vodka, p6

Blind Faith (Sin Brothers, #3) by Rebecca Zanetti Blind Faith - Rebecca Zanetti 10/16
14. Director - you're no ordinary operations director, p134

Dorothy Must Die (Dorothy Must Die, #1) by Danielle Paige Dorothy Must Die - Danielle Paige 10/19
17. Footprint - watched as my footprints filled back in, p380
26. Opal - like some kind of stone, opal I guess, p144
34. Tacky - it's a little tacky, p447

Ukulele Murder (Aloha Lagoon Mysteries #1) by Leslie Langtry Ukulele Murder - Leslie Langtry 10/23
6. Bouquet - tucks the bouquet in Mary Lou's hand, loc 440

Godsgrave (The Nevernight Chronicle, #2) by Jay Kristoff Godsgrave - Jay Kristoff 10/24
38. Wail - from the piteous wails, p33

The Six-Gun Tarot (Golgotha, #1) by R.S. Belcher The Six-Gun Tarot - R.S. Belcher 10/25
7. Buffalo (or Bison) - had come west to capture the buffalo, p77
21. Hoof - shuffled nervously from hoof to hoof, p267

The Persian Always Meows Twice (A Cat Groomer Mystery #1) by Eileen Watkins The Persian Always Meows Twice - Eileen Watkins 10/26
28. Perspective - tended to improve my perspective, p47
35. Teal - her teal-green knit pants, p33

Burning The Map by Laura Caldwell Burning The Map - Laura Caldwell 10/28
11. Cappuccino - join us for a cappuccino, p19

The Outcast Dead (Ruth Galloway, #6) by Elly Griffiths The Outcast Dead - Elly Griffiths 10/30
30. Raisin - drinking juice and eating raisins, p123

Wait for Dark (Bishop/Special Crimes Unit #17) by Kay Hooper Wait for Dark - Kay Hooper 10/31
24. Merge - how out energy would merge, p147

Strong, Sleek and Sinful (FBI #3) by Lorie O'Clare Strong, Sleek and Sinful - Lorie O'Clare 11/4
3. Beep - his radio beeped inside his car, p37

Dolled Up to Die (The Cate Kincaid Files, #2) by Lorena McCourtney Dolled Up to Die - Lorena McCourtney 11/6
8. Buffet - check with someone about the buffet, p269

Pig Island by Mo Hayder Pig Island - Mo Hayder 11/12
31. Recycle - we recycle, don't use pesticides, p46

Death Echo (St. Kilda Consulting, #5) by Elizabeth Lowell Death Echo - Elizabeth Lowell 11/25
36. Toad - if your seeing that lying toad, p174

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5. Black Friday
20. Homemade cookies
22. Knock-knock joke


message 12: by Brindi Michele (last edited Nov 17, 2017 12:15PM) (new)

Brindi Michele | 156 comments OCTOBER/NOVEMBERBonus Scavenger Hunt
October 1 through November 30, 2017
23/40 Tasks Completed

Dracula by Bram Stoker Dracula by Bram Stoker 10/25/17
ORANGE --> p. 6 "...and ORANGE trees in green tubs clustered..."
PERSPECTIVE --> p. 7 "...and an endless PERSPECTIVE of jagged rock..."
MERGE --> p. 8 "...and the growing twilight seemed to MERGE into..."
HOOF --> p. 69 "...and their is a clatter of donkey's HOOF[s] up the paved road below."
PORT --> p. 79 "As each boat achieved the safety of the PORT..."
FOG --> p. 86 "...as in a moment of FOG lifting he saw..."
GATE --> p. 156 "The men stopped at our GATE to ask the porter their way..."
BAT --> p. 192 "'Do you mean to tell me that Lucy was bitten by such a BAT?'"
BEETLE --> p. 196 "...when the spider and the BEETLE had resumed..."
CANVAS --> p. 333 "CANVAS and cordage strain and masts and yards creak."
WORTHY --> p. 362 "As for me, I am not WORTHY in His sight."
WAIL --> p. 370 "...a long, low WAIL, so full of woe..."

Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King
BEANS --> p. 79 "'What do you say to sausage, BEANS, and cornbread?'"
FOOTPRINT --> p. 94 "...bloody FOOTPRINT[s] and thinking in a confused way..."
BLACK FRIDAY --> p. 125 "They say this depression we are in started on BLACK FRIDAY of last year."
BOUQUET --> p. 139 "...and did not consider producing BOUQUET[s] of critical praise..."
DIAL --> p. 173 "'Kepp your hands up while I DIAL 911.'"
BUFFALO --> p. 284 "My father collects Lady Libertydimes and BUFFALO-head nickels."
HIKE --> p. 288 "...set out with yet another bunch of nine-year-olds on the HIKE up..."
BEEP --> p. 296 "...they were interrupted by the double-BEEP of an incoming call."
WINDSHIELD --> p. 367 "...(the WINDSHIELD of his car is lined with golf balls)..."
VODKA --> p. 373 "...and an orange drink that looks like a VODKA sunrise..."

Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery
CARAMEL --> p. 37 "...not even if it was a chocolate CARAMEL."

Word List
8. Buffet
9. Canal
11. Cappuccino
14. Director
15. Fertilizer
20. Homemade cookies
22. Knock-knock joke
23. Masked
25. Noodle
26. Opal
30. Raisin
31. Recycle
32. Reptile
33. Spice
34. Tacky
35. Teal
36. Toad


message 13: by Suzanne (last edited Nov 28, 2017 01:34PM) (new)

Suzanne (esmerelda1) | 1416 comments The Challenge Factory
TCF October/November Bonus Scavenger Hunt
Duration:
10/1/2017 - 11/30/2017

Progress: 36 out of 40


• This “Challenge” works in conjunction with the other challenges you may participate in during this time frame.
• While you are fulfilling the requirements of your other challenges, be on the lookout for the following items - they may be on the cover or mentioned in the book. Most items are specific, but if in doubt about an item – just ask!
• List the sentence the word (or phrase) is found, and its location in the book.
• You may use a book (or even a single sentence) to fulfill multiple items (you do not have to read 40 books for this challenge...do not worry!)
• Books that are used must be read during the period of this challenge, the challenge does not start until 10/1/17, but you can get your lists together early. Good Luck & Happy Reading!
• Books must be read during the allotted time.

Word List

The Mark of Athena by Rick Riordan - ***** - 10/3/2017 - 586 Pages
1. Bat: "“A bat's not going to help,” Leo said, but he made his way toward the helm."
10. Canvas: “Why you gilded little—” Hedge's insult was cut short when the dolphin put a greasy wad of canvas in his mouth.
14. Director: "Your camp director is not here. He was recalled to Olympus."
16. Fog: "The scene disappeared in the fog, but when the mountain god bellowed again, other numina answered in the distance, their voices echoing through the valleys."
19. Hike: "Now here was Athena, dressed in jeans and hiking boots and a red flannel shirt, ..."
21. Hoof: "He nudged it open with his hooves."
24. Merge: "Frank stopped trying to merge with the cave wall."
25. Noodle: "Cables resembling giant metal noodles snaked across the floor and ran up the walls."
27. Orange: "He was wearing faded jeans and a fresh orange Camp HalfBlood Tshirt, as if he'd never been away from the Greek side."
29. Port: "Their bronze dragon figurehead, Festus, was coughing up smoke like he had a hairball, and Leo could tell from the groaning sounds on the port side that some of the aerial oars had been knocked out of alignment or broken off completely, ..."
34. Tacky: “'Tacky.' He waved his hand at a painted wooden gladiator, then turned to a machine that looked like an oversized rolling pin studded with knives."
38. Wail: "The other nymphs wailed and clawed at their niches."
40. Worthy: "We must hope this child of Athena proves to be a worthy victim."

You Slay Me by Katie MacAlister - ***** - 10/23/2017 - 334 Pages
6. Bouquet: "A bouquet of fresh flowers sat on an antique table between two of the windows, the sharp scent of it detectable even from where I stood." Page 12
18. Gate: "I stopped at the gate, struggling with the catch, suddenly worried about Jim." Page 163

Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari - ***** - 10/24/2017 - 279 Pages
28. "Perspective: At first I had no luck, but then I had lunch with a friend who put it in perspective." Page 211
33. Spice: "D, a thirty-year-old artist, said she sexted with her fiancé to spice things up." Page 180

1984 by George Orwell - *** - 10/12/2017 - 328 Pages
2. Beans: "The stuff they were eating was a thin stew, actually a soup, of haricot beans." Page 127
3. Beep: "SPEAKWRITE. Confirmed. Ministry of Truth. Welcome Comrade 6079, Winston Smith. A beep." Page 31
4. Beetle: "On the far side of the room, sitting at a table alone, a small, curiously beetle-like man was drinking a cup of coffee, his little eyes darting suspicious glances from side to side." Page 66
13. Dial: "His eyes flitted toward the dial." Page 324

Dies the Fire by S.M. Stirling - ** - 10/10/2017 - 573 Pages
7. Buffalo (or Bison): “Well . . . buffalo on the Plains, again, perhaps?” Sally nodded.
15. Fertilizer: "Much of the rest of the park had been converted to vegetable gardens; a whiff told him where the fertilizer had come from."
23. Masked: "The bagpipes and the rustling and clanking of his own men must have masked the whistle of cloven air."
30. Raisin: "Luther was tall and lean and wrinkled, Sarah short and round with a face like a raisin dumpling."
36. Toad: "Hopping Toad Tavern, Corvallis, Oregon Tuesday, March 17th, 1998 6:14:30 P.M."
37. Vodka: "And drink potato gin forever, Or maybe made from pine trees vodka, In the dreary land of Pohja."

Zoo City by Lauren Beukes - **** - 10/4/2017 - 384 Pages
32. Reptile: "Song and S'bu are circling each other, no longer handcuffed together, working around the giant reptile, while Huron and the Marabou watch from the bottom of the stairs." Page 296
35. Teal: "Teal-blue Mary Janes with playful detailing – purple and red flowers perched on the straps." Page 153
39. Windshield: "Dave leans forward between the seats to take photographs through the windshield, ..." Page 134

Hard Eight by Janet Evanovich - ***** - 11/1/2017 - 326 Pages
8. Buffet: "Grandma Mazur moved in with my parents shortly after Grandpa Mazur took his fat clogged arteries to the allyoucaneat buffet in the sky."
11. Cappuccino: "Her dark red lipstick had been transferred to her cappuccino cup."
12. Caramel: "I ordered a double skinny caramel mochaccino and took my drink to the window bar."
20. Homemade cookies: "Five minutes later, the house smelled like homemade cookies ..."

The Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. - *** - 11/10/2017 - 224 Pages
9. Canal: "Constant was about to return the photograph of Miss Canal Zone to his billfold, when he felt that he held not one photograph but two." Page 33

The Darkest Night by Gena Showalter - *** - 11/14/2017 - 379 Pages
17. Footprint: "Maddox scanned the room, taking in every detail. Floors—no footprints." Loc 1664

5. Black Friday
22. Knock-knock joke
26. Opal
31. Recycle

The Mark of Athena (The Heroes of Olympus, #3) by Rick Riordan Zoo City by Lauren Beukes Dies the Fire (Emberverse, #1) by S.M. Stirling 1984 by George Orwell You Slay Me (Aisling Grey #1) by Katie MacAlister Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari Hard Eight (Stephanie Plum, #8) by Janet Evanovich The Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. The Darkest Night (Lords of the Underworld #1) by Gena Showalter


message 14: by Karen ♐ (last edited Dec 02, 2017 01:23PM) (new)

Karen ♐ (kmk1214) | 1775 comments The Challenge Factory
TCF October/November Bonus Scavenger Hunt
Duration: 10/1/2017 - 11/30/2017

31/40
Into the Fire (Hot Nights, #1) by Amanda Usen
Into the Fire Amanda Usen - 11/3
2. Beans - Loc 1836 - He dropped green beans
3. Beep - Loc 598 - He heard a faint beep downstairs
12. Caramel - Loc 1029 - with lots of caramel
16. Fog - Loc 223 - snapping Jack out of his fog
27. Orange - Loc 264 - pools of pale orange grease
33. Spice - Loc 244 - the dull blade on the spice grinder.
34. Tacky - Loc 51 - I know that's a tacky thing to say
37. Vodka - Loc 351 - Vinegar? Lemon juice? Vodka?

Love After Dark (Gansett Island Series, #13) by Marie Force
Love After Dark Marie Force - 11/3
6. Bouquet - Pg 138 - he produced a bouquet of flowers
8. Buffet - Pg 86 - where she'd set out a buffet
18. Gate - Pg 91 - Mac put the gate across
28. Perspective - Pg 39 - puts some things into perspective

Rocky Mountain Angel (Six Pack Ranch #4; Rocky Mountain House #4) by Vivian Arend
Rocky Mountain Angel Vivian Arend - 11/9
1. Bat - Pg 13 - were taking off like a bat out of hell
17. Footprint - Pg 198 - her wet socks leaving footprintmarks

Ruthless King (Mount Trilogy, #1) by Meghan March
Ruthless King Meghan March - 11/12
14. Director - Pg 109 - the public relations director
38. Wail - Pg 221 - edge into orgasm with a wail.
40. Worthy - Pg 8 - thought I finally proved myself worthy

The Woman on the Orient Express by Lindsay Jayne Ashford
The Woman on the Orient Express Lindsay Jayne Ashford - 11/11
7. Buffalo - Pg 126 - This is Buffalo town
9. Canal - Pg 47 - boat chugged along the Grand Canal
10. Canvas - Pg 4 - patterned toweling robe and buckled canvas bathing shoes
23. Masked - Pg 52 - see that Max's youthful face masked what her mother would have called a wise soul.

Say My Name (Stark International Trilogy, #1) by J. Kenner
Say My Name J. Kenner - 11/15
13. Dial - Pg 298 - I grab my phone to dial Cass
30. Raisin - Pg 270 - I grab an oatmeal raisin cookie

Duncan's Bride by Linda Howard
Duncan's Bride Linda Howard - 11/16
21. Hoof - Pg 183 - have enough beef on the hoof

Two Billionaires Next Door by Jay S. Wilder
Two Billionaires Next Door Jay S. Wilder - 11/17
29. Port - Loc 970 - Not like Port Morris or some other neighborhoods

The Heart of Falcon Ridge (The McLendon Family Saga, #1) by D.L. Roan
The Heart of Falcon Ridge D.L. Roan - 11/18
19. Hike - Pg 31 - she kept that up, he'd hike up that little skirt
25. Noodle - Pg 185 - coveted homemade chicken and slippery noodle soup
39. Windshield - Pg 11 - belt to look through the windshield

Bound by Duty (Born in Blood Mafia Chronicles, #2) by Cora Reilly
Bound by Duty Cora Reilly - 11/20
4. Beetle - Pg 443 - his small beetle eyes keen

Falling for Rachel by Nora Roberts
Falling for Rachel Nora Roberts - 11/28
24. Merge - Loc 1876 - him and her mouth could merge hotly with his.

Burn Down the Night (Everything I Left Unsaid, #3) by Molly O'Keefe
Burn Down the Night Molly O'Keefe - 11/30
15. Fertilizer - Loc 4635 - There's some fertilizer spray

Word List
5. Black Friday
11. Cappuccino
20. Homemade cookies
22. Knock-knock joke
26. Opal
31. Recycle
32. Reptile
35. Teal
36. Toad


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Book Concierge (tessabookconcierge) | 2348 comments Update Message # 6 - Challenge COMPLETED 10Nov17


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Denise | 658 comments done
Bonus Scavenger Hunt – October 1 through November 30, 2017

33/40 words found

Word List
1. Bat - “Like a bat out of hell?” p. 244 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
2. Beans - “Yet you’re here, spilling the beans.” P 192 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
3. Beep - “There was a beep from their guide’s walkie talkie…” p. 279 The Purity of Vengeance by Jussi Adler-Olsen 10.28.17
4. Beetle “into a similar species of beetle…” p. 78 Falling in Love by Donna Leon 10.15.17
5. Black Friday
6. Bouquet - “lay the largest bouquet…” p. 23 Falling in Love by Donna Leon 10.15.17
7. Buffalo (or Bison) - “A buffalo is worth a hundred pounds or more.” P. 126 The Woman on the Orient Express by Lindsay Jayne Ashford 11.8.17
8. Buffet - “…like the first time at a buffet.” P. 166 Glass Houses by Louise Penny 11.19.17
9. Canal - “Two couples were sitting on the steps leading to the canal…” p. 28 Never End by Ake Edwardson 10.9.17
10. Canvas - “…like an artist starting fresh work on a canvas…” p. 113 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
11. Cappuccino - “…make himself an unusually strong cappuccino…” p. 9 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
12. Caramel - “…he ate his cream caramel…” p. 172 Falling in Loveby Donna Leon 10.15.17
13. Dial - “He twiddled the dial…” p. 323 In Farleigh Field by Rhys Bowen 10.14.17
14. Director - “…to do a feature on the Iranian film director.” P. 75 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
15. Fertilizer
16. Fog - “…glass holes on the mask were beginning to fog up.” P. 14 Like Love by Ed McBain 10.21.17
17. Footprint - “or a footprint left at a previous crime scene.” P. 78 Playing With Fire by Peter Robinson
18. Gate - “…a rickety gate, next to an overgrown prickly bush.” P. 337 The Girl in the Spider's Webby David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
19. Hike “they talked to hunters and hikers.” P. 357 Glass Housesby Louise Penny 11.19.17
20. Homemade cookies
21. Hoof -“…but instead with some tiny detail, a hoof, a rider’s boot…” p. 82 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
22. Knock-knock joke
23. Masked - Masked “…maybe the murderer had been masked.” P. 188 The Girl in the Spider's Webby David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
24. Merge - “…would come into contact with the Internet and merge with it.” P 159 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
25. Noodle- “…referred to her own thoughts as “noodle soup.”’” P. 61 Miss Zukas Shelves the Evidence by Jo Dereske 11.10.17
26. Opal - “…milky green color of opals…” (audiobook) The Beast in the Red Forest by Sam Eastland 11.28.17
27. Orange - “…two green apples and an orange.” P. 80 The Girl in the Spider's Webby David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
28. Perspective - “…he must have picked up the secrets of perspective drawing…” p. 67 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
29. Port - “…as for Bristol itself, it’s a port…” p. 209 The Midsummer Rose by Kate Sedley 10.12.17
30. Raisin - “…apple and raisin tart”…P. 36 The Woman in Black by Susan Hill 10.16.17
31. Recycle
32. Reptile - “I should think of her as a pet, some kind of reptile.” P. 139 Forty Words for Sorrow by Giles Blunt 11.5.17
33. Spice - “…maybe to put some spice back into her life.” P. 50 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
34. Tacky
35. Teal
36. Toad - “…she didn’t turn into a toad.” P. 17 Forty Words for Sorrow by Giles Blunt 11.5.17
37. Vodka - “…get drunk on cheap vodka.” P. 190 The Girl in the Spider's Webby David Lagercrantz 10.7.17
38. Wail -“They heard how she began to wail…” p. 409 The Purity of Vengeance by Jussi Adler-Olsen 10.28.17
39. Windshield - “He’d have to change his passenger side windshield wiper.” P. 94 Never End by Ake Edwardson 10.9.17
40. Worthy - “You’ve met a worthy opponent.” P. 144 The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz 10.7.17


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The Challenge Factory
TCF October/November Bonus Scavenger Hunt
Duration:
10/1/2017 - 11/30/2017

Progress: 36 out of 40


• This “Challenge” works in conjunction with the other challenges you may participate in during this time frame.
• While you are fulfilling the requirements of your other challenges, be on the lookout for the following items - they may be on the cover or mentioned in the book. Most items are specific, but if in doubt about an item – just ask!
• List the sentence the word (or phrase) is found, and its location in the book.
• You may use a book (or even a single sentence) to fulfill multiple items (you do not have to read 40 books for this challenge...do not worry!)
• Books that are used must be read during the period of this challenge, the challenge does not start until 10/1/17, but you can get your lists together early. Good Luck & Happy Reading!
• Books must be read during the allotted time.

Word List

The Mark of Athena by Rick Riordan - ***** - 10/3/2017 - 586 Pages
1. Bat: "“A bat's not going to help,” Leo said, but he made his way toward the helm."
10. Canvas: “Why you gilded little—” Hedge's insult was cut short when the dolphin put a greasy wad of canvas in his mouth.
14. Director: "Your camp director is not here. He was recalled to Olympus."
16. Fog: "The scene disappeared in the fog, but when the mountain god bellowed again, other numina answered in the distance, their voices echoing through the valleys."
19. Hike: "Now here was Athena, dressed in jeans and hiking boots and a red flannel shirt, ..."
21. Hoof: "He nudged it open with his hooves."
24. Merge: "Frank stopped trying to merge with the cave wall."
25. Noodle: "Cables resembling giant metal noodles snaked across the floor and ran up the walls."
27. Orange: "He was wearing faded jeans and a fresh orange Camp HalfBlood Tshirt, as if he'd never been away from the Greek side."
29. Port: "Their bronze dragon figurehead, Festus, was coughing up smoke like he had a hairball, and Leo could tell from the groaning sounds on the port side that some of the aerial oars had been knocked out of alignment or broken off completely, ..."
34. Tacky: “'Tacky.' He waved his hand at a painted wooden gladiator, then turned to a machine that looked like an oversized rolling pin studded with knives."
38. Wail: "The other nymphs wailed and clawed at their niches."
40. Worthy: "We must hope this child of Athena proves to be a worthy victim."

You Slay Me by Katie MacAlister - ***** - 10/23/2017 - 334 Pages
6. Bouquet: "A bouquet of fresh flowers sat on an antique table between two of the windows, the sharp scent of it detectable even from where I stood." Page 12
18. Gate: "I stopped at the gate, struggling with the catch, suddenly worried about Jim." Page 163

Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari - ***** - 10/24/2017 - 279 Pages
28. "Perspective: At first I had no luck, but then I had lunch with a friend who put it in perspective." Page 211
33. Spice: "D, a thirty-year-old artist, said she sexted with her fiancé to spice things up." Page 180

1984 by George Orwell - *** - 10/12/2017 - 328 Pages
2. Beans: "The stuff they were eating was a thin stew, actually a soup, of haricot beans." Page 127
3. Beep: "SPEAKWRITE. Confirmed. Ministry of Truth. Welcome Comrade 6079, Winston Smith. A beep." Page 31
4. Beetle: "On the far side of the room, sitting at a table alone, a small, curiously beetle-like man was drinking a cup of coffee, his little eyes darting suspicious glances from side to side." Page 66
13. Dial: "His eyes flitted toward the dial." Page 324

Dies the Fire by S.M. Stirling - ** - 10/10/2017 - 573 Pages
7. Buffalo (or Bison): “Well . . . buffalo on the Plains, again, perhaps?” Sally nodded.
15. Fertilizer: "Much of the rest of the park had been converted to vegetable gardens; a whiff told him where the fertilizer had come from."
23. Masked: "The bagpipes and the rustling and clanking of his own men must have masked the whistle of cloven air."
30. Raisin: "Luther was tall and lean and wrinkled, Sarah short and round with a face like a raisin dumpling."
36. Toad: "Hopping Toad Tavern, Corvallis, Oregon Tuesday, March 17th, 1998 6:14:30 P.M."
37. Vodka: "And drink potato gin forever, Or maybe made from pine trees vodka, In the dreary land of Pohja."

Zoo City by Lauren Beukes - **** - 10/4/2017 - 384 Pages
32. Reptile: "Song and S'bu are circling each other, no longer handcuffed together, working around the giant reptile, while Huron and the Marabou watch from the bottom of the stairs." Page 296
35. Teal: "Teal-blue Mary Janes with playful detailing – purple and red flowers perched on the straps." Page 153
39. Windshield: "Dave leans forward between the seats to take photographs through the windshield, ..." Page 134

Hard Eight by Janet Evanovich - ***** - 11/1/2017 - 326 Pages
8. Buffet: "Grandma Mazur moved in with my parents shortly after Grandpa Mazur took his fat clogged arteries to the allyoucaneat buffet in the sky."
11. Cappuccino: "Her dark red lipstick had been transferred to her cappuccino cup."
12. Caramel: "I ordered a double skinny caramel mochaccino and took my drink to the window bar."
20. Homemade cookies: "Five minutes later, the house smelled like homemade cookies ..."

The Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. - *** - 11/10/2017 - 224 Pages
9. Canal: "Constant was about to return the photograph of Miss Canal Zone to his billfold, when he felt that he held not one photograph but two." Page 33

The Darkest Night by Gena Showalter - *** - 11/14/2017 - 379 Pages
17. Footprint: "Maddox scanned the room, taking in every detail. Floors—no footprints." Loc 1664

5. Black Friday
22. Knock-knock joke
26. Opal
31. Recycle

The Mark of Athena (The Heroes of Olympus, #3) by Rick Riordan Zoo City by Lauren Beukes Dies the Fire (Emberverse, #1) by S.M. Stirling 1984 by George Orwell You Slay Me (Aisling Grey #1) by Katie MacAlister Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari Hard Eight (Stephanie Plum, #8) by Janet Evanovich The Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut Jr. The Darkest Night (Lords of the Underworld #1) by Gena Showalter


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