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message 1: by Lanelle, Production Chief (new)

Lanelle | 13405 comments Mod
Each month in 2018 we'll focus on a specific drink. This month is milk.

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Whether there’s skim, 1%, 2%, homogenized or chocolate milk in your glass, you always get the same 16 essential nutrients.

Duration : April 1 - 30, 2018
No page limit. Re-reads and audio books are okay.
mc = main character

How much do you want to "drink"?
1/4 a jug - read at least 1 book
1/2 a jug - read 2 to 3 books
3/4 a jug - read 4 to 5 books
a full jug - read 6 or more books

Here’s the nutrients that milk contains:
Protein (almost everyone agrees that protein is important): read any 200+ page book
Vitamin A: read the first book in a series
Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12
Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it
Riboflavin (also known as vitamin B2): read a book that has been published with more than one title
Niacin (used to treat high blood cholesterol): read a book where the mc bleeds
Thiamine (necessary for normal growth): read a book where the mc ages during the story
Pantothenic acid (from the Greek word pantothen, meaning “from everywhere”): read a bestseller
Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover
Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'
Calcium (the body stores more than 99 percent of its calcium in bones and teeth): read a book that has been published since 1999
Magnesium (helps keep blood pressure normal): read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary
Phosphorus (the second most plentiful mineral in your body): read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy
Potassium (balances sodium levels): read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water
Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover
Selenium (may help protect cells from damage): read a book where the mc is physically injured


message 2: by Elle (last edited Apr 29, 2018 06:04PM) (new)

Elle (elleay) | 294 comments I'll Drink to That! - Milk
Level: A full jug - read 6 or more books

Completed: 8/6+

Protein: read any 200+ page book
American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang - Apr 29
Vitamin A: read the first book in a series
The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson - Apr 26
Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12
Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it
Riboflavin: read a book that has been published with more than one title
Niacin: read a book where the mc bleeds
Ashes of Honor by Seanan McGuire - Apr 13
Thiamine: read a book where the mc ages during the story
Pantothenic acid: read a bestseller
Folate: read a book with a lot of red on the cover
The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett - Apr 8
Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'
Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI by David Grann - Apr 22
Calcium: read a book that has been published since 1999
Everyone's a Aliebn When Ur a Aliebn Too by Jomny Sun - Apr 22
Magnesium: read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary
Phosphorus: read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy
Potassium: read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water
One Salt Sea by Seanan McGuire - Apr 4
Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover
Selenium: read a book where the mc is physically injured
Six-Gun Snow White by Catherynne M. Valente - Apr 3


message 3: by Cindy III (last edited May 02, 2018 03:23PM) (new)

Cindy III | 324 comments I'll drink to that - Milk
April 1 - 30, 2018
Whether there’s skim, 1%, 2%, homogenized or chocolate milk in your glass, you always get the same 16 essential nutrients.

No page limit. Re-reads and audio books are okay.

How much do you want to "drink"?
1/4 a jug - read at least 1 book
1/2 a jug - read 2 to 3 books
3/4 a jug - read 4 to 5 books
a full jug - read 6 or more books

Here’s the nutrients that milk contains:

Protein (almost everyone agrees that protein is important): read any 200+ page book

Vitamin A: read the first book in a series

Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12

Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it

Riboflavin (also known as vitamin B2): read a book that has been published with more than one title

Niacin (used to treat high blood cholesterol): read a book where the mc bleeds

Thiamine (necessary for normal growth): read a book where the mc ages during the story The Journey of Ibn Fattouma 4/1 - 2 the MC starts his journey at 19 and 30+ years pass along the way

Pantothenic acid (from the Greek word pantothen, meaning “from everywhere”): read a bestseller

Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover

Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'

Calcium (the body stores more than 99 percent of its calcium in bones and teeth): read a book that has been published since 1999

Magnesium (helps keep blood pressure normal): read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary

Phosphorus (the second most plentiful mineral in your body): read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy Tokyo Ghoul: re, Vol. 2 4/7 - 8

Potassium (balances sodium levels): read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water

Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover

Selenium (may help protect cells from damage): read a book where the mc is physically injured Tokyo Ghoul: re, Vol. 3 4/8 - 9


message 4: by JoAnne (last edited May 01, 2018 03:23PM) (new)

JoAnne (joannemwct) | 2441 comments How much do you want to "drink"?
a full jug - read 6 or more books

Read 12 no page minimum Finished!

Here’s the nutrients that milk contains:
Protein (almost everyone agrees that protein is important): read any 200+ page book
Until the Real Thing Comes Along by Elizabeth Berg Until the Real Thing Comes Along by Elizabeth Berg 4/11/18 2stars (256 pages)

Vitamin A: read the first book in a series
The Amish Teacher's Gift (Love and Promises #1) by Rachel J. Good The Amish Teacher's Gift (Love and Promises #1) by Rachel J. Good 4/17/18 5stars

Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12
Truth and Solace (Love at Solace Lake Book 3) by Jana Richards Truth and Solace (Love at Solace Lake Book 3)by Jana Richards 4/24/18 4stars (Maggie, Luke and the others except Tessa and Hope)

Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it
Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue 4/3/18 4stars (Timba, newborn daughter of Neni and Jende)

Riboflavin (also known as vitamin B2): read a book that has been published with more than one title
One More Chance (Bedford Falls, #3) by Sydney Bristow One More Chance (Bedford Falls, #3) by Sydney Bristow 4/22/18 4stars (original title - Falling With You)

Niacin (used to treat high blood cholesterol): read a book where the mc bleeds
Under Pressure (Body Armor, #1) by Lori Foster Under Pressure (Body Armor #1) by Lori Foster 4/14/18 4stars (Leese, gunshot)

Thiamine (necessary for normal growth): read a book where the mc ages during the story
A Warriner to Seduce Her (The Wild Warriners #4) by Virginia Heath A Warriner to Seduce Her (The Wild Warriners #4) by Virginia Heath 4/15/18 5stars (Jake - prologue 1803, story 1820; epilogue 1830)

Pantothenic acid (from the Greek word pantothen, meaning “from everywhere”): read a bestseller

Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover
Mornings on Main by Jodi Thomas Mornings on Main by Jodi Thomas 4/8/18 4stars

Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'
Heart of Stone (New Hampshire, Americana, #29) by Janet Dailey Heart of Stone (Americana #29) by Janet Dailey 4/12/18 3stars

Calcium (the body stores more than 99 percent of its calcium in bones and teeth): read a book that has been published since 1999
Secrets and Solace (Love at Solace Lake #2) by Jana Richards Secrets and Solace (Love at Solace Lake #2) by Jana Richards 4/22/18 4stars (March 21, 2018)

Magnesium (helps keep blood pressure normal): read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary

Phosphorus (the second most plentiful mineral in your body): read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy
One Last Promise (Bedford Falls, #2) by Sydney Bristow One Last Promise (Bedford Falls #2) by Sydney Bristow 4/20/18 4stars

Potassium (balances sodium levels): read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water

Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover

Selenium (may help protect cells from damage): read a book where the mc is physically injured
Forget You (The Kingman Brothers, #1) by Nina Crespo Forget You (The Kingman Brothers #1) by Nina Crespo 4/10/18 4stars (King in a plane crash)


message 5: by Rissa (last edited Apr 25, 2018 01:28PM) (new)

Rissa | 439 comments My spot! :)

This month is milk.
(Duration : April 1 - 30, 2018
No page limit. Re-reads and audio books are okay.
mc = main character)


How much do you want to "drink"?
1/4 a jug - read at least 1 book
1/2 a jug - read 2 to 3 books
3/4 a jug - read 4 to 5 books
a full jug - read 6 or more books FINISHED!

Here’s the nutrients that milk contains:
Protein (almost everyone agrees that protein is important): read any 200+ page book Scorpio Hates Virgo finished 4/5/2018
Vitamin A: read the first book in a series Junk finished 4/13/2018
Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12 Scorpio Loops Virgo finished 4/5/2018
Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it All I Want finished 4/7/2018
Riboflavin (also known as vitamin B2): read a book that has been published with more than one title
Niacin (used to treat high blood cholesterol): read a book where the mc bleeds
Thiamine (necessary for normal growth): read a book where the mc ages during the story
Pantothenic acid (from the Greek word pantothen, meaning “from everywhere”): read a bestseller
Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover
Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'
Calcium (the body stores more than 99 percent of its calcium in bones and teeth): read a book that has been published since 1999 The Power of Peppermint finished 4/2/2018
Magnesium (helps keep blood pressure normal): read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary The Mermaid Murders finished 4/11/2018
Phosphorus (the second most plentiful mineral in your body): read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy When Forever Ended finished 4/3/2018
Potassium (balances sodium levels): read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water
Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover
Selenium (may help protect cells from damage): read a book where the mc is physically injured


message 6: by [deleted user] (last edited Apr 30, 2018 02:45PM) (new)

Completed: 7/ 4


Protein: read any 200+ page book[book :Mariel of Redwall|7993]
Vitamin A: read the first book in a series
Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12- Running Full Tilt
Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it
Riboflavin: read a book that has been published with more than one title
Niacin: read a book where the mc bleeds- [b[book:The Crucible|17250]ook:Daughter of Smoke & Bone|8490112]
Thiamine: read a book where the mc ages during the story
Pantothenic acid: read a bestseller
Folate: read a book with a lot of red on the cover-
Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'
Calcium: read a book that has been published since 1999- Mariel of Redwall
Magnesium: read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary- Artemis
Phosphorus: read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy-Days of Blood & Starlight
Potassium: read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water
Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover
Selenium: read a book where the mc is physically injured- Warcross


message 7: by Agnieszka (last edited Apr 30, 2018 12:15PM) (new)

Agnieszka (agnieszka7) | 1205 comments I love your creativity with this challenge :-)

I'll Drink to That! - milk
Duration:
April 1 - 30, 2018
Level: Full Jug (6+ books)
Completed: 14/6+
No page limit. Re-reads and audio books are okay.

Protein (almost everyone agrees that protein is important): read any 200+ page book Louisiana Longshot book 1 of Miss Fortune Series Boxset 1 by Jana Deleon 5* 4/7 232 pages
Vitamin A: read the first book in a series Too Close For Comfort by Adam Croft 2* 4/10 Knight & Culverhouse #1
Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12 Unter Fremden by Jutta Profijt 6* 4/9 lit. translation: Among Strangers - the MC is a 30-something refugee alone in Germany
Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it Secret Santa by Kathleen Brooks 5* 4/5 - one less than 1 year old girl (and the birth of tho other children during a town's Christmas party)
Riboflavin (also known as vitamin B2): read a book that has been published with more than one title
Niacin (used to treat high blood cholesterol): read a book where the mc bleeds For God So Loved: The story behind Easter by Angela Joseph 2* 4/2 - Jesus bleeds on cross
Thiamine (necessary for normal growth): read a book where the mc ages during the story
Pantothenic acid (from the Greek word pantothen, meaning “from everywhere”): read a bestseller Per Anhalter durch die Galaxis=The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams 3* 4/18
Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover Sizzling Sixteen (Stephanie Plum, #16) by Janet Evanovich Sizzling Sixteen by Janet Evanovich 3* 4/14
Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D' Human by Dainelle Hunter 3* 4/13 or Das Kreuz und die Messerhelden=The Cross and the Switchblade by David Wilkerson 5* 4/?
Calcium (the body stores more than 99 percent of its calcium in bones and teeth): read a book that has been published since 1999 Christ Arose: A Tomb's Tale by Faith Blum 4* 4/2 published 2017
Magnesium (helps keep blood pressure normal): read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary Die Begnadigung=The Broker by John Grisham 4* 4/9 - a thriller
Phosphorus (the second most plentiful mineral in your body): read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy Rising Storm by Kathleen Brooks 4* 4/5 Bluegrass Brothers #2
Potassium (balances sodium levels): read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water Dying to Read by Lorena McCourtney 3* 4/2 - the MC dips her legs into ocean
Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover Lolita lesen in Teheran=Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books by Azar Nafisi 2* 4/10 - in author's first name
Selenium (may help protect cells from damage): read a book where the mc is physically injured Casual Friday: A Short Story Prequel to The Intern's Handbook by Shane Kuhn 2* 4/2 - someone tried to drawn the MC and later gets shot

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message 8: by Book Concierge (last edited Apr 23, 2018 06:20AM) (new)

Book Concierge (tessabookconcierge) | 2348 comments I'll Drink to That! - Milk
Begins: 01Apr18 / Ends: 30Apr18


5 / 3 completed


(NB: I alphabetized this for my convenience)

Calcium: read a book that has been published since 1999 - Trains and Lovers ✔ – 04Apr18

Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover

Magnesium (helps keep blood pressure normal): read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary

Niacin (used to treat high blood cholesterol): read a book where the mc bleeds

Pantothenic acid (from the Greek word pantothen, meaning “from everywhere”): read a bestseller

Phosphorus: read the 2nd book in a series - Birds of a Feather ✔ – 08Apr18

Potassium - read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water - Murder at the Bad Girl's Bar and Grill ✔ – 02Apr18

Protein (almost everyone agrees that protein is important): read any 200+ page book

Riboflavin (also known as vitamin B2): read a book that has been published with more than one title

Selenium: read a book where the mc is physically injured - The Nest ✔ – 01Apr18

Thiamine (necessary for normal growth): read a book where the mc ages during the story

Vitamin A: read the first book in a series

Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it

Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12 - Tom is 85 in Old Heart ✔ – 05Apr18

Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'

Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover


message 9: by Nancy85 (new)

Nancy85 (nancymarie85) | 773 comments Question, if i want to join but didn't do the other months, can i still join?


message 10: by Lanelle, Production Chief (new)

Lanelle | 13405 comments Mod
Nancy85 wrote: "Question, if i want to join but didn't do the other months, can i still join?"

Absolutely, you can participate this month.


message 11: by Nancy85 (last edited Apr 27, 2018 09:35PM) (new)

Nancy85 (nancymarie85) | 773 comments 3/4 a jug - read 4 to 5 books

Protein (almost everyone agrees that protein is important): read any 200+ page book-The Hate U Give
Vitamin A: read the first book in a series-The Isle of the Lost
Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12-Alex, Approximately
Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it
Riboflavin (also known as vitamin B2): read a book that has been published with more than one title
Niacin (used to treat high blood cholesterol): read a book where the mc bleeds
Thiamine (necessary for normal growth): read a book where the mc ages during the story
Pantothenic acid (from the Greek word pantothen, meaning “from everywhere”): read a bestseller
Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover- Humans, Bow Down by James Patterson
Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'
Calcium (the body stores more than 99 percent of its calcium in bones and teeth): read a book that has been published since 1999
Magnesium (helps keep blood pressure normal): read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary
Phosphorus (the second most plentiful mineral in your body): read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy
Potassium (balances sodium levels): read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water
Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover
Selenium (may help protect cells from damage): read a book where the mc is physically injured


message 12: by Ashly (last edited Apr 28, 2018 07:08PM) (new)

Ashly (ashlyh) | 139 comments How much do you want to "drink"?
3/4 a jug - read 4 to 5 books



4/4

Here’s the nutrients that milk contains:
Protein: read any 200+ page book - Black Panther: The Young Prince
Vitamin A: read the first book in a series - Single Malt, 4/19/18
Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12 - Miles Morales, 4/8/18
Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it
Riboflavin: read a book that has been published with more than one title
Niacin: read a book where the mc bleeds
Thiamine: read a book where the mc ages during the story
Pantothenic acid: read a bestseller
Folate: read a book with a lot of red on the cover
Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'
Calcium: read a book that has been published since 1999
Magnesium: read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary
Phosphorus: read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy - Dream Magic
Potassium: read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water
Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover - Crazy, 4/25/18
Selenium: read a book where the mc is physically injured - Jerkbait, 4/28/18


message 13: by JoAnne (last edited Apr 29, 2018 06:09AM) (new)

JoAnne | 196 comments I'll Drink to That! - milk
a full jug - read 6 or more books
10/6

Here’s the nutrients that milk contains:
Protein:
read any 200+ page book
Marriage Games C.D. Reiss 4/1/18

Vitamin A: read the first book in a series
Spinning Forward Terri DuLong 4/9/18

Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12

Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it
Rock Hard Nalini Singh 4/5/18

Riboflavin (also known as vitamin B2): read a book that has been published with more than one title

Niacin: read a book where the mc bleeds
Rainshadow Road Lisa Kleypas 4/10/18

Thiamine (necessary for normal growth): read a book where the mc ages during the story
Pantothenic acid (from the Greek word pantothen, meaning “from everywhere”): read a bestseller
Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover

Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'
Unraveling the Pieces Terri DuLong 4/9/18

Calcium (the body stores more than 99 percent of its calcium in bones and teeth): read a book that has been published since 1999
The Librarian and the Spy Susan Mann 4/28/18

Magnesium: read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary
Separation Games C.D. Reiss 4/2/18

Phosphorus: read the 2nd book in a series
The Earl's Defiant Wallflower Erica Ridley 4/8/18

Potassium: read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water
Crystal Cove Lisa Kleypas 4/11/18

Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover

Selenium (may help protect cells from damage): read a book where the mc is physically injured
I Can See You Karen Rose 4/25/18


message 14: by Samantha (last edited Apr 28, 2018 04:34PM) (new)

Samantha Harvey (missymaysreadingnook) | 404 comments Duration : April 1 - 30, 2018
No page limit. Re-reads and audio books are okay.
Drinking: 3/4 of a jug (4-5 books)
Books read: 8

Here’s the nutrients that milk contains:
Protein (almost everyone agrees that protein is important): read any 200+ page book Treasure Island
Vitamin A: read the first book in a series My Favorite Thing Is Monsters, Vol. 1
Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12 The Irresistible Miss Peppiwell
Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it
Riboflavin (also known as vitamin B2): read a book that has been published with more than one title
Niacin (used to treat high blood cholesterol): read a book where the mc bleeds
Thiamine (necessary for normal growth): read a book where the mc ages during the story Mary's Monster: Love, Madness, and How Mary Shelley Created Frankenstein
Pantothenic acid (from the Greek word pantothen, meaning “from everywhere”): read a bestseller
Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover The Duke's Shotgun Wedding
Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'
Calcium (the body stores more than 99 percent of its calcium in bones and teeth): read a book that has been published since 1999
Magnesium (helps keep blood pressure normal): read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary The Diviners
Phosphorus (the second most plentiful mineral in your body): read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy Wicked in His Arms
Potassium (balances sodium levels): read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water The Island of Dr. Moreau
Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover
Selenium (may help protect cells from damage): read a book where the mc is physically injured


message 15: by Barbara ★ (last edited Apr 28, 2018 06:26PM) (new)

Barbara ★ | 1879 comments I'll Drink to That! - milk

READ: 10/5

✔Protein (almost everyone agrees that protein is important): read any 200+ page book
Too Many Curses - A. Lee Martinez (316 pages) 4/9

✔Vitamin A: read the first book in a series
The Dragonward - Michael Meyerhofer (Godsfall Trilogy #1) 4/4

✔Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12
Foundling - D.M. Cornish (hero is 13 or 14) 4/5

✔Niacin (used to treat high blood cholesterol): read a book where the mc bleeds
Cruelty - Ellen Croshain 4/26

✔Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover
The Red Hunter - Lisa Unger 4/12
The Red Hunter by Lisa Unger

✔Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'
Jacq's Warlord - Delilah Devlin 4/3

✔Calcium (the body stores more than 99 percent of its calcium in bones and teeth): read a book that has been published since 1999
Best Day Ever - Kaira Rouda (pub 2017) 4/3

✔Magnesium (helps keep blood pressure normal): read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary
Bird Box - Josh Malerman 4/10

✔Phosphorus (the second most plentiful mineral in your body): read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy
Magic in the Blood - Devon Monk 4/17

✔Selenium (may help protect cells from damage): read a book where the mc is physically injured
Y is for Yesterday - Sue Grafton 4/22
(mc is brutally attacked by villain)

CHALLENGE COMPLETE


message 16: by Mave (new)

Mave | 192 comments I'll Drink to That! - Milk
Level: A full jug - read 6 or more books

Completed: 0/6+


Protein: read any 200+ page book
Vitamin A: read the first book in a series
Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12
Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it
Riboflavin: read a book that has been published with more than one title
Niacin: read a book where the mc bleeds
Thiamine: read a book where the mc ages during the story
Pantothenic acid: read a bestseller
Folate: read a book with a lot of red on the cover
Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'
Calcium: read a book that has been published since 1999
Magnesium: read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary
Phosphorus: read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy
Potassium: read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water
Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover
Selenium: read a book where the mc is physically injured


message 17: by Kay (last edited Apr 12, 2018 06:53AM) (new)

Kay M (angeleyes003) | 97 comments I'll Drink to That! - Milk
Duration : April 1 - 30, 2018
Drink Limit: a full jug - read 6 or more books
Total so far: 7

Protein (almost everyone agrees that protein is important): read any 200+ page book: Why Mummy Drinks by Gill Sims - 5/4/18
Vitamin A: read the first book in a series: A Hero to Keep by Susan Gable - 1/4/18
Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12
Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it: The Unmumsy Mum Diary by Sarah Turner - 6/4/18
Riboflavin (also known as vitamin B2): read a book that has been published with more than one title: The King's Mistress by Gillian Bagwell - 11/4/18
Niacin (used to treat high blood cholesterol): read a book where the mc bleeds: Dreams of a Dark Warrior by Kresley Cole - 10/4/18
Thiamine (necessary for normal growth): read a book where the mc ages during the story
Pantothenic acid (from the Greek word pantothen, meaning “from everywhere”): read a bestseller
Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover
Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'
Calcium (the body stores more than 99 percent of its calcium in bones and teeth): read a book that has been published since 1999
Magnesium (helps keep blood pressure normal): read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary: The City of Dreams by Hailey Griffiths - 2/4/18
Phosphorus (the second most plentiful mineral in your body): read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy
Potassium (balances sodium levels): read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water
Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover
Selenium (may help protect cells from damage): read a book where the mc is physically injured: Lover Reborn by J.R. Ward - 7/4/18

Why Mummy Drinks by Gill Sims A Hero to Keep (Hawkins Brothers #1) by Susan Gable The Unmumsy Mum Diary by Sarah Turner The King's Mistress by Gillian Bagwell Dreams of a Dark Warrior (Immortals After Dark, #11) by Kresley Cole The City of Dreams by Hailey Griffiths Lover Reborn (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #10) by J.R. Ward


message 18: by Sruthi (new)

Sruthi | 62 comments I’ll Drink that Milk :)
Duration:April 1st to 30 2018
Drink Limit : 1/2 jug
Completed :0/3



Sruthi


message 19: by Pam (last edited Apr 08, 2018 09:00AM) (new)

Pam | 74 comments Duration: April 1 - 30, 2018
3/4 a jug - read 4 to 5 books

4/5

Selenium: book where the mc is physically injured
No Good Duke Goes Unpunished (The Rules of Scoundrels, #3) by Sarah MacLean 4/2/18 - “Her attention was on the bandage wrapped about his shoulder, protecting the wound he’d received in this very ring a week earlier.”

Protein: 200+ page book
Never Judge a Lady by Her Cover (The Rules of Scoundrels, #4) by Sarah MacLean 4/4/18
385 pgs

Thiamine: book where the mc ages during the story
Undeniable (Undeniable, #1) by Madeline Sheehan 4/5/18
MC ages from 18 to 50

Vitamin B6: book with a child younger than 6 in it
Unbeautifully (Undeniable, #2) by Madeline Sheehan 4/8/18 MC’s half sister is 4



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message 20: by Samantha (new)

Samantha Harvey (missymaysreadingnook) | 404 comments I completed my goal of reading 3/4 of a jug in message 15, but I'm gonna aim for the whole gallon!


message 21: by Grace (new)

Grace Worland Duration: April 1 - 30, 2018
a full jug - read 6 or more books
6/6

Protein (almost everyone agrees that protein is important): read any 200+ page book- The Serpent's Shadow by Rick Riordan 4/21
Vitamin A: read the first book in a series- The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan 4/5
Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12- Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry 4/1
Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover- City of Glass (The Mortal Instruments, #3) by Cassandra Clare City of Glass by Cassandra Clare 4/8
Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'- The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton 4/1
Phosphorus (the second most plentiful mineral in your body): read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy- The Throne of Fire by Rick Riordan 4/16


message 22: by Rissa (new)

Rissa | 439 comments Finished! See message 6! :)


message 23: by Nancy85 (new)

Nancy85 (nancymarie85) | 773 comments Finished. Here is the complete post:
3/4 a jug - read 4 to 5 books

Protein (almost everyone agrees that protein is important): read any 200+ page book-The Hate U Give
Vitamin A: read the first book in a series-The Isle of the Lost
Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12-Alex, Approximately
Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it
Riboflavin (also known as vitamin B2): read a book that has been published with more than one title
Niacin (used to treat high blood cholesterol): read a book where the mc bleeds
Thiamine (necessary for normal growth): read a book where the mc ages during the story
Pantothenic acid (from the Greek word pantothen, meaning “from everywhere”): read a bestseller
Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover- Humans, Bow Down by James Patterson
Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'
Calcium (the body stores more than 99 percent of its calcium in bones and teeth): read a book that has been published since 1999
Magnesium (helps keep blood pressure normal): read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary
Phosphorus (the second most plentiful mineral in your body): read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy
Potassium (balances sodium levels): read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water
Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover
Selenium (may help protect cells from damage): read a book where the mc is physically injured


message 24: by JoAnne (new)

JoAnne | 196 comments FINISHED
I'll Drink to That! - milk
a full jug - read 6 or more books
10/6

Here’s the nutrients that milk contains:
Protein:
read any 200+ page book
Marriage Games C.D. Reiss 4/1/18

Vitamin A: read the first book in a series
Spinning Forward Terri DuLong 4/9/18


Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it
Rock Hard Nalini Singh 4/5/18

Niacin: read a book where the mc bleeds
Rainshadow Road Lisa Kleypas 4/10/18

Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D'
Unraveling the Pieces Terri DuLong 4/9/18

Calcium (the body stores more than 99 percent of its calcium in bones and teeth): read a book that has been published since 1999
The Librarian and the Spy Susan Mann 4/28/18

Magnesium: read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary
Separation Games C.D. Reiss 4/2/18

Phosphorus: read the 2nd book in a series
The Earl's Defiant Wallflower Erica Ridley 4/8/18

Potassium: read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water
Crystal Cove Lisa Kleypas 4/11/18

Selenium (may help protect cells from damage): read a book where the mc is physically injured
I Can See You Karen Rose 4/25/18


message 25: by Agnieszka (new)

Agnieszka (agnieszka7) | 1205 comments Completed:

I love your creativity with this challenge :-)

I'll Drink to That! - milk
Duration:
April 1 - 30, 2018
Level: Full Jug (6+ books)
Completed: 14/6+
No page limit. Re-reads and audio books are okay.

Protein (almost everyone agrees that protein is important): read any 200+ page book Louisiana Longshot book 1 of Miss Fortune Series Boxset 1 by Jana Deleon 5* 4/7 232 pages
Vitamin A: read the first book in a series Too Close For Comfort by Adam Croft 2* 4/10 Knight & Culverhouse #1
Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12 Unter Fremden by Jutta Profijt 6* 4/9 lit. translation: Among Strangers - the MC is a 30-something refugee alone in Germany
Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it Secret Santa by Kathleen Brooks 5* 4/5 - one less than 1 year old girl (and the birth of tho other children during a town's Christmas party)
Riboflavin (also known as vitamin B2): read a book that has been published with more than one title
Niacin (used to treat high blood cholesterol): read a book where the mc bleeds For God So Loved: The story behind Easter by Angela Joseph 2* 4/2 - Jesus bleeds on cross
Thiamine (necessary for normal growth): read a book where the mc ages during the story
Pantothenic acid (from the Greek word pantothen, meaning “from everywhere”): read a bestseller Per Anhalter durch die Galaxis=The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams 3* 4/18
Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover Sizzling Sixteen (Stephanie Plum, #16) by Janet Evanovich Sizzling Sixteen by Janet Evanovich 3* 4/14
Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D' Human by Dainelle Hunter 3* 4/13 or Das Kreuz und die Messerhelden=The Cross and the Switchblade by David Wilkerson 5* 4/?
Calcium (the body stores more than 99 percent of its calcium in bones and teeth): read a book that has been published since 1999 Christ Arose: A Tomb's Tale by Faith Blum 4* 4/2 published 2017
Magnesium (helps keep blood pressure normal): read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary Die Begnadigung=The Broker by John Grisham 4* 4/9 - a thriller
Phosphorus (the second most plentiful mineral in your body): read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy Rising Storm by Kathleen Brooks 4* 4/5 Bluegrass Brothers #2
Potassium (balances sodium levels): read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water Dying to Read by Lorena McCourtney 3* 4/2 - the MC dips her legs into ocean
Zinc: read a book with a 'Z' anywhere on the cover Lolita lesen in Teheran=Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books by Azar Nafisi 2* 4/10 - in author's first name
Selenium (may help protect cells from damage): read a book where the mc is physically injured Casual Friday: A Short Story Prequel to The Intern's Handbook by Shane Kuhn 2* 4/2 - someone tried to drawn the MC and later gets shot


message 26: by JoAnne (new)

JoAnne (joannemwct) | 2441 comments Finished on post #5
Read 12 books


message 27: by Book Concierge (new)

Book Concierge (tessabookconcierge) | 2348 comments Update Message # 9 .... 5 tasks completed

(I actually finished more than that, but I've been on the road with limited internet access and I'm just too tired to fill out more challenges. The reading part is fun / the updating challenge threads ... not so much ... LOL)


message 28: by Ashly (new)

Ashly (ashlyh) | 139 comments Finished (message 13)

4/4 books read


message 29: by Elle (new)

Elle (elleay) | 294 comments Finished! - Message 2
Completed 8 tasks.


message 30: by Cindy III (new)

Cindy III | 324 comments message 3 complete, half a jug of milk


message 31: by Beth (new)

Beth | 371 comments OK, I must have forgotten to sign up, but I've been chugging away for a full jug!

Here’s the nutrients that milk contains:

Protein (almost everyone agrees that protein is important): read any 200+ page book Game Change, Joseph Monninger 4/2/18

Vitamin A: read the first book in a series Clean Sweep, Ilona Andrews 4/13/18

Vitamin B12: read a book where the mc is older than 12 Dark in Death, J.D. Robb 4/8/18

Vitamin B6: read a book with a child younger than 6 in it The Penderwicks in Spring, Jeanne Birdsall 4/5/18

Niacin (used to treat high blood cholesterol): read a book where the mc bleeds Wood Sprites, Wen Spencer 4/7/18

Folate (aids in red blood cell formation): read a book with a lot of red on the cover Scythe, Neal Shusterman 4/18/18

Vitamin D: read a book where the author's name starts with a 'D' Silent in the Sanctuaryy, Deanna Raybourn 4/9/18

????Calcium (the body stores more than 99 percent of its calcium in bones and teeth): read a book that has been published since 1999 The Weight of Zero, Karen Fortunati 4/9/19 2016 (it was published after 1999 -- is that right? or did you want a book that has been continuously in print since 1999?)

Magnesium (helps keep blood pressure normal): read a book that is thrilling, exciting, or scary Project Elfhome, Wen Spencer 4/10/18

Phosphorus (the second most plentiful mineral in your body): read the 2nd book in a series or trilogy Sweep in Peace, Ilona Andrews 4/14/18

Potassium (balances sodium levels): read a book where the mc comes into contact with salt water Master of Crows, Grace Draven 4/20/18

Selenium (may help protect cells from damage): read a book where the mc is physically injured Elfhome, Wen Spencer 4/10/18


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