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message 1: by jingles (last edited May 29, 2018 10:10AM) (new)

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Song Title Word Search #2
Date: You Choose

This is a mixed duration challenge, but you must have a start and an end date.

From Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, focusing on song #300 to song #400, here is our next Song Title Word Search Challenge.

Below you will find 154 words taken from the song titles of #300 to #400. The challenge is to find as many of the words as you can in the time frame you have chosen to work the challenge. Words must be exact, unless otherwise noted. Please check the original list regularly, as changes for approved variations will be added.

Please Note: There may be a few duplicate words between this challenge and the last Song Title Word Search challenge. I will try to keep these to a minimum.

Words can only be found in the text of the book - no covers, titles or authors.

For each word you find, provide a link to the book title, page or location number, the sentence containing the word, and the date you finished reading your book.

There is no restriction on the number of books you use or the number of words per book.

Important Note: You might want to reserve at least 4-5 posts so that you have plenty of room for updating as you work through the challenge.

WORDS:
1. Alison
2. All
3. Amazed
4. Another
5. Baba
6. Bad
7. Barefoot
8. Beat
9. Beautiful
10. Bitter
11. Black
12. Blues
13. Brick
14. California
15. Candle
16. Comfortably
17. Complete
18. Control
19. Cortez
20. Cries
21. Cross
22. Crying
23. Dancer
24. Dancing
25. Deep
26. Detectives
27. Dreams
28. End
29. Entertainment
30. Europe
31. Explain
32. Eyed
33. Fake
34. Fall
35. Fight
36. Fighting
37. Fools
38. For
39. Friends
40. From
41. Gold
42. Goodbye
41. Great
42. Handsome
43. Hanging
44. Harder
45. Harlem
46. Heart
47. Heartbreaker
48. Here
49. Highway
50. Hit
51. Homesick
52. Horses
53. I'm
54. Imagination
55. In
56. Iron
57. Jack
58. Jane
59. Killer
60. Killing
61. La Bamba
62. Let
63. Letter
64. Little
65. Loco
66. Lonely
67. Loud
68. Machine
69. Make
70. Maps
71. Marquee
72. Mary
73. Maybe
74. Melody
75. Misunderstood
76. Mojo
77. Moon
78. More
79. Motion
80. My
81. Need
82. Nowhere
83. Numb
84. Ohio
85. One
86. O'Riley
87. Out
88. Personal
89. Piece
90. Plastic
91. Post
92. Power
93. Prayer
94. Precious
95. Pretender
96. Pride
97. Proud
98. Put
99. Rivers
100. Road
101. Rock
102. Room
103. Roxanne
104. Ruby
105. Run
106. Runaround
107. School's (possessive form, not plural)
108. Sexy
109. Shook
110. Sign
111. Sky
112. Softly
113. Song
114. Soul
115. Spanish
116. Spell
117. Spirit
118. Stand
119. Street
120. Subterranean
121. Sue
122. Symphony
123. Take
124. Teardrops
125. Tears
126. Tell
127. That
128. Think
129. This
130. Ticket
131. Times
132. Tiny
133. Trees
134. Tuesday
135. Unchained
136. Up
137. Wake
138. Walk
139. Wall
140. Watching
141. Way
142. We
143. Were
144. What's
145. Whipping
146. Wild
147. Will
148. Wind
149. Wing
150. Wish
151. Wonderful
152. Working
153. World
154. Yellow


message 2: by jingles (last edited Dec 23, 2018 06:38AM) (new)

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Gabi

Jess

Karen - DONE

Lizz

~Michelle~

Suzanne

Teri-K - DONE


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message 8: by Michelle's Empty Nest (last edited May 28, 2018 03:01PM) (new)

Michelle's Empty Nest (mlundy5) Song Title Word Search #2
June 1, 2018 - ???
Found: 0/154


WORDS:
1. Alison
2. All
3. Amazed
4. Another
5. Baba
6. Bad
7. Barefoot
8. Beat
9. Beautiful
10. Bitter
11. Black
12. Blues
13. Brick
14. California
15. Candle
16. Comfortably
17. Complete
18. Control
19. Cortez
20. Cries
21. Cross
22. Crying
23. Dancer
24. Dancing
25. Deep
26. Detectives
27. Dreams
28. End
29. Entertainment
30. Europe
31. Explain
32. Eyed
33. Fake
34. Fall
35. Fight
36. Fighting
37. Fools
38. For
39. Friends
40. From
41. Gold
42. Goodbye
41. Great
42. Handsome
43. Hanging
44. Harder
45. Harlem
46. Heart
47. Heartbreaker
48. Here
49. Highway
50. Hit
51. Homesick
52. Horses
53. I'm
54. Imagination
55. In
56. Iron
57. Jack
58. Jane
59. Killer
60. Killing


message 9: by Michelle's Empty Nest (last edited May 28, 2018 03:01PM) (new)

Michelle's Empty Nest (mlundy5) 61. La Bamba
62. Let
63. Letter
64. Little
65. Loco
66. Lonely
67. Loud
68. Machine
69. Make
70. Maps
71. Marquee
72. Mary
73. Maybe
74. Melody
75. Misunderstood
76. Mojo
77. Moon
78. More
79. Motion
80. My
81. Need
82. Nowhere
83. Numb
84. Ohio
85. One
86. O'Riley
87. Out
88. Personal
89. Piece
90. Plastic
91. Post
92. Power
93. Prayer
94. Precious
95. Pretender
96. Pride
97. Proud
98. Put
99. Rivers
100. Road
101. Rock
102. Room
103. Roxanne
104. Ruby
105. Run
106. Runaround
107. School's (possessive form, not plural)
108. Sexy
109. Shook
110. Sign
111. Sky
112. Softly
113. Song
114. Soul
115. Spanish
116. Spell
117. Spirit
118. Stand
119. Street
120. Subterranean


message 10: by Michelle's Empty Nest (last edited May 28, 2018 03:02PM) (new)

Michelle's Empty Nest (mlundy5) 121. Sue
122. Symphony
123. Take
124. Teardrops
125. Tears
126. Tell
127. That
128. Think
129. This
130. Ticket
131. Times
132. Tiny
133. Trees
134. Tuesday
135. Unchained
136. Up
137. Wake
138. Walk
139. Wall
140. Watching
141. Way
142. We
143. Were
144. What's
145. Whipping
146. Wild
147. Will
148. Wind
149. Wing
150. Wish
151. Wonderful
152. Working
153. World
154. Yellow


message 11: by Ed (last edited Dec 16, 2018 03:08PM) (new)

Ed Lehman | 2348 comments Song Title Word Search #2
June 1, 2018 - May 31,2019
Must be exact unless noted otherwise
Found: 152/154


WORDS:
✔1. Alison-p.236- A Visit from the Goon Squad-"Alison Blake=Me, age 12" 7/8/18
✔2. All-p.53-The Women of Brewster Place-"...that it was going to be all right." 6/1/18
✔3. Amazed -p.135-The Little Disturbances of Man-"Beneath these eyes were dark and round, amazed." 6/3/18
✔4. Another-p.72-The Women of Brewster Place-"All evening, Etta had been in another world." 6/1/18
✔5. Baba-p.12-The Wangs vs. the World-"Baba, don't be so dramatic." 8/5/18
✔6. Bad-p.90-The Women of Brewster Place-"Yeah, she took it real bad." 6/1/18
✔7. Barefoot-Ch.2 of LibriVox recording of O Pioneers!-"...for fear that Miss Bergson would catch her barefoot." 6/1/18
✔8. Beat-p.75-The Women of Brewster Place-"...as the bird beat its wings..." 6/1/18
✔9. Beautiful -p.56-The Little Disturbances of Man-"We are preparing a beautiful play." 6/2/18
✔10. Bitter-p.142-The Women of Brewster Place-"They were coarse and bitter..." 6/1/18
✔11. Black-p.59-The Women of Brewster Place-"Rock Vale had no place for a black woman..." 6/1/18
✔12. Blues-p.25- No Touch Monkey!: And Other Travel Lessons Learned Too Late- "...offered to treat him to a Chicago Blues T-shirt..." 6/18/19
✔13. Brick-p.76-The Women of Brewster Place-"...ever broken stoop railing and missing brick." 6/1/18
✔14. California-p.3-Westward-"John Donne in California." 6/2/18
✔15. Candle-loc.617-The Tenant of Wildfell Hall-"...surveyed it for a moment opposite the candle..." 6/4/18
✔16. Comfortably-loc.1013-The Tenant of Wildfell Hall-"Having put her comfortably in...I felt considerably relieved..." 6/5/18
✔17. Complete-p.98-The Little Disturbances of Man-"The list when complete could have brought tears..." 6/3/18
✔18. Control-p.146-The Women of Brewster Place-"...the frail body that was so bravely struggling fpr control." 6/1/18
✔19. Cortez-p.336-Rain of Gold-"Nothing like being on the run a la Gregorio Cortez..." 7/13/18
✔20. Cries-p.69-The Women of Brewster Place-"...each morning it cries for just a little more rest than it did the day before." 6/1/18
✔21. Cross-p.62-The Little Disturbances of Man-"...waited at the foot of the cross." 6/2/18
✔22. Crying-p.113-The Women of Brewster Place-"...because of a baby's crying..." 6/1/18
✔23. Dancer-p.113-The Little Disturbances of Man-"He's a wonderful dancer." 6/3/18
✔24. Dancing-p.119-The Women of Brewster Place-"There's music and dancing..." 6/1/18
✔25. Deep-p.119-The Women of Brewster Place-"It'll be too deep for them..." 6/1/18
✔26. Detectives-loc.1889 on Kindle of Marigolds and Murder-"'Do you always hang out with detectives?'" 8/4/18
✔27. Dreams -p.107-The Women of Brewster Place-"True, I talk of dreams." 6/1/18
✔28. End-p.117-The Women of Brewster Place-"...with the end of a braid clenched in his fist." 6/1/18
✔29. Entertainment-loc.2862-The Tenant of Wildfell Hall-"...at that splendid entertainment which you are unable to taste?" 6/8/18
✔30. Europe-p.9-Westward-"...or tri-colored native field pansy of Europe." 6/2/18
✔31. Explain-p.97-The Little Disturbances of Man-"...she was too mean to knock on my door and explain." 6/3/18
✔32. Eyed-p.313-My Cousin Rachel-"...and the whole family eyed me with a sort of pity..."-6/16/18
✔33. Fake-p.104-Blood and Guts in High School-"...by fake she captured glitter a husband dragged away by alien wheels." 7/1/18
✔34. Fall-loc.847-The Tenant of Wildfell Hall-"Then you must each fall into your proper place." 6/4/18
✔35. Fight-p.93-The Women of Brewster Place-"He wants to pick a fight..." 6/1/18
✔36. Fighting-p.286-My Cousin Rachel-"That would be fighting fair." 10/15/18
✔37. Fools-p.17-The Little Disturbances of Man-"...management...wouldn't give him any more certain young man parts. Fools." 6/2/18
✔38. For-p.93-The Women of Brewster Place-"...began washing the rice for their dinner." 6/1/18
✔39. Friends-p.95-The Little Disturbances of Man-"...and even his friends still liked me." 6/3/18
✔40. From-p.56-The Women of Brewster Place-"...tiny drops of perspiration from their foreheads and backs." 6/1/18
✔41. Gold- Gold-p.56-The Women of Brewster Place-"...and tops plastered against gold..." 6/1/18
✔42. Goodbye-p.52-The Women of Brewster Place-"Goodbye Mama." 6/1/18
✔41. Great-p.181-The Women of Brewster Place-"Isn't it great?" 6/2/18
✔42. Handsome-p.176-The Women of Brewster Place-"A handsome teenager posed himself in a seductive dare before Etta." 6/2/18
✔43. Hanging-p.60-The Women of Brewster Place-"Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees." 6/1/18
✔44. Harder-Ch.4 of audiobook-O Pioneers!-"...harder times than those here." 6/10/18
✔45. Harlem-p.26-Rat Bohemia-"In Harlem they have a kind of heroin called 'Watergate'". 7/21/18
✔46. Heart-p.65-The Women of Brewster Place-"...silken threads that stroked their heart muscles ever so gently." 6/1/18
✔47. Heartbreaker-p.162-Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore-"Listen up, heartbreaker. Joey was absolutely not married." 12/16/18
✔48. Here-p.58-The Women of Brewster Place-"Here she had no choice but to be herself." 6/1/18
✔49. Highway-p.446-Rain of Gold-"...driving mules to build he new highway up the coast from San Diego..." 7/15/18
✔50. Hit-p.48-The Little Disturbances of Man-"You know when it hit me?" 6/2/18
✔51. Homesick-p.406-Rain of Gold-"And I'd been feeling so lonely, so homesick..." 7/15/18
✔52. Horses-Ch.1 of LibriVox recording of O Pioneers!-"Before the horse were over the first hill..." 6/1/18
✔53. I'm-p.85-"I know exactly what I'm about." 6/1/18
✔54. Imagination-p.137-The Women of Brewster Place-"...those country boys didn'y have much imagination." 6/1/18
✔55. In-p.53-The Women of Brewster Place-"...but her house slippers were in the living room..." 6/1/18
✔56. Iron-p.54-The Women of Brewster Place-"...and put the other on the iron railing..." 6/1/18
✔57. Jack-loc.263-The Masquerader-"'How cruel of you Jack!'" 6/13/18
✔58. Jane-loc.811-The Tenant of Wildfell Hall-"Are you going to marry Jane Wilson?" 6/4/18
✔59. Killer-p.35-The Day of the Owl-"Perhaps, when the killer was running down the street..." 7/10/18
✔60. Killing-p.87-The Women of Brewster Place-"...these new shoes are killing me." 6/1/18


message 12: by Ed (last edited Nov 25, 2020 12:08PM) (new)

Ed Lehman | 2348 comments 61. La Bamba
✔62. Let-p.63-The Women of Brewster Place-"Let my people go." 6/1/18
✔63. Letter-p.60-The Women of Brewster Place-"After reading Mattie's letter, Etta was sorry..." 6/1/18
✔64. Little-p.62-The Women of Brewster Place-"...too much bosom and too little dress." 6/1/18
✔65. Loco-p.229- Rain of Gold-"Oh, he was crazy, loco, raging mad." 7/11/18
✔66. Lonely-p.76-The Little Disturbances of Man-"I was lonely all evening." 6/2/18
✔67. Loud-loc.413-Marigolds and Murder-"Kingston cawed from the porch railing in a loud reminder about dinner." 7/25/18
✔68. Machine-p.35-No Touch Monkey!: And Other Travel Lessons Learned Too Late-"She wore a thin, acrylic sweater machine knit with snowflakes and reindeer." 6/18/18
✔69. Make-p.47-The Little Disturbances of Man-"...you look like a chick on the sincere make." 6/2/18
✔70. Maps-p.93-Atlas Obscura: An Explorer's Guide to the World's Hidden Wonders-"Omitted from the era's maps, ad referred to officially as ' Closed Military Townlet Number One'..." 7/8/18
✔71. Marquee-p.84-The Little Disturbances of Man-"...under the fish-market marquee." 6/3/18
✔72. Mary-p.47-The Little Disturbances of Man-"That's not the point, Mary and Joseph!" 6/2/18
✔73. Maybe-p.3-No Touch Monkey!: And Other Travel Lessons Learned Too Late-"...he suggested that maybe,...he should return to Chicago..." 6/10/18
✔74. Melody-p.150-The Women of Brewster Place-"...because the melody would now ride on his body's blood like a cancer..." 6/1/18
✔75. Misunderstood-p.70-The Women of Brewster Place-"How could Etta have so totally misunderstood her words?" 6/1/18
✔76. Mojo-p.67- An Unobstructed View: A Personal Journey from Illinois to Arizona-"...the Cardinals got their mojo back while I was living in Illinois in the '80s." 3/8/19
✔77. Moon-p.107-The Women of Brewster Place-"...and she turned her moon shaped eyes toward them on awed gratitude," 6/1/18
✔78. More-p.65-The Women of Brewster Place-"...at the touch and invited more." 6/1/18
✔79. Motion-loc.557-The Tenant of Wildfell Hall-"...to outdo them in swift and ceaseless motion." 6/4/18
✔80. My-p.61-The Women of Brewster Place-"I'll thank you to leave my soul well alone." 6/1/18
✔81. Need-loc.3321-The Tenant of Wildfell Hall-"...teach me that I need not fear to trust you!" 6/10/18
✔82. Nowhere-loc.145-The Masquerader-"Oh, anywhere---nowhere!" 6/10/18
✔83. Numb-p.150-The Women of Brewster Place-"...he felt his head begin to get numb..." 6/1/18
✔84. Ohio-p.16-Westward-"At a Rest Stop in Ohio" (poem title)- 6/18/18
✔85. One-p.61-The Women of Brewster Place-"...why you ain't snagged one yet?"-6/1/18
✔86. O'Riley-p.35- Ask the Cards a Question-"...she'll turn into another Tim O'Riley." 11/25/20
✔87. Out-p.56-The Women of Brewster Place-"...pulled out her plastic clothes bag..." 6/1/18
✔88. Personal-Part2Ch.4 of LibriVox- O Pioneers!-"...something personal about him." 6/12/18
✔89. Piece-p.89-The Women of Brewster Place-"Sucking on a piece of breakfast sausage..." 6/1/18
✔90. Plastic-p.56-The Women of Brewster Place-"...pulled out her plastic clothes bag..." 6/1/18
✔91. Post-p.75-The Little Disturbances of Man-"I sent Dotty a post card." 6/2/18
✔92. Power-p.66-The Women of Brewster Place-"But here was a different sort of power." 6/1/18
✔93. Prayer-p.61-The Women of Brewster Place-"And a little prayer wouldn't hurt..." 6/1/18
✔94. Precious-loc.1451-The Tenant of Wildfell Hall-"...to defend your reputation as more precious than my life!" 6/6/18
✔95. Pretender-p.24-Rat Bohemia-"The problem with Killer is that she's a pretender." 7/21/18
✔96. Pride-p.182-The Little Disturbances of Man-"'Aha!' he said with pride." 6/4/18
✔97. Proud-p.68-The Women of Brewster Place-"...she must be mighty proudof your work." 6/1/18
✔98. Put-p.45-The Little Disturbances of Man-"You get out of life what you put into it." 6/2/18
✔99. Rivers-JOB 20:17-The Holy Bible: English Standard Version-"He will notlook upon the rivers, the streams flowing with honey and curds." 6/11/18
✔100. Road-loc.931-The Tenant of Wildfell Hall-"...along the hard, white, sunny road..." 6/4/18
✔101. Rock-p.117-The Women of Brewster Place-"He's got a head like a rock." 6/1/18
✔102. Room- p.65-The Women of Brewster Place-"...fill me till there's no room..." 6/1/18
✔103. Roxanne-p.278-A Visit from the Goon Squad-"'Roxanne' has one, that old song by the Police?'" 7/8/18
✔104. Ruby=loc.466-The Tenant of Wildfell Hall-"Arthur...shrank from the ruby nectar as if in terror..." 6/4/18
✔105. Run-p.58-The Little Disturbances of Man-"...a long time ago to run away from tyrants..." 6/2/18
✔106. Runaround-p.122-The Thin Man-"...they'll make things pretty disagreeable for you if Wynant gives us a run-around tonight." 9/9/18
✔107. School's (possessive form, not plural)-p.12-Moab Is My Washpot-"...and Public School's Club where the best scholl curry..." 6/10/18
✔108. Sexy-p.55-No Touch Monkey!: And Other Travel Lessons Learned Too Late-"The reticence that seemed so sexy when we were Platonic coworkers kicked in..." 6/18/18
✔109. Shook-p.62-The Women of Brewster Place-"Mattie pressed her lips together and shook her head..." 6/1/18
✔110. Signp.176-The Women of Brewster Place-"...began to look upon the rains as some sort of sign..." 6/2/18
✔111. Sky-p.167-The Women of Brewster Place-"...sadly turned her face back to the evening sky..." 6/1/18
✔112. Softly-p.74-The Women of Brewster Place-"Etta laughed softly to herself..." 6/1/18
✔113. Song-p.94-The Little Disturbances of Man-"I greeted the morn with a song." 6/3/18
✔114. Soul-p.33-The Little Disturbances of Man-"...as bare as my lonesome soul, I slept." 6/2/18
✔115. Spanish-p.94-The Little Disturbances of Man-"...even the Spanish ones..." 6/3/18
116. Spell- CD#2Track 36 of Little Women-"...what spell should we use...? 6/9/18
✔117. Spirit-p.74-The Women of Brewster Place-"...she walked among them with a broken spirit." 6/1/18
✔118. Stand-p.94-"She couldn't stand there forever..." 6/1/18
✔119. Street-p.84-The Women of Brewster Place-"...and they won't even drive their cars down this street..." 6/1/18
✔120. Subterranean-p.176-A Visit from the Goon Squad-"...the intersection of my subterranean path with her lofty one..." 7/8/18


message 13: by Ed (last edited Oct 25, 2018 01:17PM) (new)

Ed Lehman | 2348 comments ✔121. Sue-p.16-Moab Is My Washpot-"...by his four daughters, Carol, Sue, Paddy and Jane." 6/10/18
✔122. Symphony-p.20- See Now Then -"The Albany Symphony, The Four Quartets..." 7/9/18
✔123. Take-p.58-The Women of Brewster Place-"Sit on down and take a breather." 6/1/18
✔124. Teardrops-p.195-Radiance-"...silver-lipped volta with sapphire teardrops at the corners of the eyes." 9/23/18
✔125. Tears-p.61-The Women of Brewster Place-"...they were both weak from the tears that flowed down their faces." 6/1/18
✔126. Tell -p.70-The Little Disturbances of Man-"...tell me all about how to make money." 6/2/18
✔127. That-p.57-"That afternoon, all over the building..." 6/2/18
✔128. Think-p.106-The Little Disturbances of Man-"What do you think I should do?" 6/3/18
✔129. This-p.11-The Little Disturbances of Man-"This is where the ticket seller sells." 6/2/18
✔130. Ticket-p.11-The Little Disturbances of Man-"This is where the ticket seller sells." 6/2/18
✔131. Times-Ch.4 of audiobook- O Pioneers!-"...and he can't until times are better." 6/10/18
✔132. Tiny-p.111-The Women of Brewster Place-"...and kissed the tiny bruise." 6/1/18
✔133. Trees-p.79-The Women of Brewster Place-"...and stare at those trees and think of home." 6/1/18
✔134. Tuesday-p.110-The Women of Brewster Place-"Tuesday the something, she faintly recalled." 6/1/18
✔135. Unchained- p.328- One Hundred Years of Solitude-"...her frequent outbursts came forth in an uncontained, unchained torrent..." 10/25/18
✔136. Up-p.47-The Little Disturbances of Man-"How about me putting up the Venetian blinds?" 6/2/18
✔137. Wake-p.100-The Little Disturbances of Man-"...we must be very careful not to wake the children..." 6/3/18
✔138. Walk-p.70-The Little Disturbances of Man-"Dot, let's get out and walk." 6/2/18
✔139. Wall-p.17-The Little Disturbances of Man-"...the same pictures on the wall." 6/2/18
✔140. Watching-p.109-My Cousin Rachel-"Go on watching me until you've had your fill." 6/13/18
✔141. Way-p.116-The Women of Brewster Place-"...there was nothing you could do about the way things were." 6/1/18
✔142. We-p.52- The Women of Brewster Place-"We go to court Tuesday;..." 6/1/18
✔143. Were-p.55-The Women of Brewster Place-"The unpainted walls ...were soaked with the smell..." 6/1/18
✔144. What's-p.50-The Little Disturbances of Man-"What's up?" 6/2/18
✔145. Whipping-p.108-No Touch Monkey!: And Other Travel Lessons Learned Too Late-"...Ricky struck out ahead of us, singing, whipping trees..." 6/19/18
✔146. Wild-p.117-The Women of Brewster Place-"...they're wild and disgusting..." 6/1/18
✔147. Will-p.108-The Little Disturbances of Man-"...will you have trouble with your family..." 6/3/18
✔148. Wind-p.75-The Women of Brewster Place-"...he puffed behind the cap that the wind had snatched from his head." 6/1/18
✔149. Wing-loc.793-The Tenant of Wildfell Hall-"...gleaming from the windows of one wing." 6/4/18
✔150. Wish-p.156-The Women of Brewster Place-"...and you'll wish that the biggest problem in your life would be a scraped knee." 6/1/18
✔151. Wonderful-p.57-The Little Disturbances of Man-"Wonderful delivery." 6/2/18
✔152. Working-p.85-The Women of Brewster Place-"It's accepting what is and working from that."
✔153. World-p.84-The Women of Brewster Place-"...thought you were going to turn the world upside down..." 6/1/18
✔154. Yellow-p.131-The Women of Brewster Place-"...and let it out into the air like a yellow mist..." 6/1/18


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Ed Lehman | 2348 comments Reserved.


message 15: by [deleted user] (last edited Dec 01, 2018 07:52PM) (new)

Complete 11.30.18
I'm going to call this one done. I never found ...
LaBamba
O'Riley (found O'Reilly)
Roxanne (found Roxana)


A to M

June-December 2018
WORDS:

1. Alison.. Alison Driver of the press.. Maisie Dobbs pg 294

2. All.. there are monsters all around us.. Every Single Secret loc 45

3. Amazed .. how amazed you would be.. The Forgotten Garden pg 383

4. Another.. I know another thing about this mountain.. Every Single Secret loc 65

5. Baba.. go back inside, Baba, she said.. The Ice Cream Queen of Orchard Street pg 136

6. Bad.. during one of his bad dreams.. Every Single Secret loc 246

7. Barefoot.. it was cold and I was barefoot.. Every Single Secret loc 2519

8. Beat.. I paused for a quick beat.. Every Single Secret loc 706

9. Beautiful ..I hear the old grounds are beautiful.. Every Single Secret loc 215

10. Bitter.. feeling something bitter and strong rise up in me.. Every Single Secret loc 3041

11. Black.. whute hair and tight, black leather pants.. Every Single Secret loc 409

12. Blues.. do you like the Moody Blues?.. The Cemetery Keeper's Wife loc 3022

13. Brick.. I arrived at the brown brick house.. Every Single Secret loc 1014

14. California.. stuck in traffic during a typical California rainstorm.. Maisie Dobbs pg 299

15. Candle.. sealing the lid quickly and carefully with candle wax.. The Forgotten Garden pg 150

16. Comfortably.. large enough for twenty men to live comfortably.. The Forgotten Garden pg 455

17. Complete.. lunch tray complete with a bud vase.. Every Single Secret loc 1115

18. Control.. there was another volume control.. Every Single Secret loc 688

19. Cortez.. .. in the Sea of Cortez.. The Grapes of Wrath pg 480

20. Cries.. cries of "Bon Voyage!".. The Forgotten Garden pg 4

21. Cross.. structure that looked like a cross between.. Every Single Secret loc 1649

22. Crying.. she was crying.. Every Single Secret loc 702

23. Dancer.. she was a dancer before I was born.. Every Single Secret loc 1309

24. Dancing ..I could feel the old food obsession dancing around the edges.. Every Single Secret loc 564

25. Deep.. embedded deep within the rock.. Every Single Secret loc 59

26. Detectives.. even our local police and detectives have been seen.. The Cemetery Keeper's Wife loc 4064

27. Dreams .. said during one of his bad dreams.. Every Single Secret loc 246

28. End.. throw myself iff the cliff and end it all.. Every Single Secret loc 72

29. Entertainment.. and a television set built into an entertainment center.. R is for Ricochet pg 31

30. Europe.. big ships used to come in from Europe.. The Forgotten Garden pg 27

31. Explain.. I trued to explain how good Mr. Al was ..Every Single Secret loc 1271

32. Eyed.. I pressed against the wall and eyed him.. Every Single Secret loc 96

33. Fake.. no way I could even fake it.. Every Single Secret loc 411

34. Fall..I wouldn't even have to jump out to fall.. Every Single Secret loc 66

35. Fight.. in fact, readying for me to fight or flight.. Every Single Secret loc 2244

36. Fighting.. it appeared they were fighting.. Every Single Secret loc 683

37. Fools.. they'd be fools to pass up.. The Forgotten Garden pg 83

38. For.. R is For Ricochet.. R is for Ricochet pg 1

39. Friends.. only a handful of friends.. Every Single Secret loc 629

40. From.. prevent him from prodding any deeper.. Every Single Secret loc 759

41. Gold.. that white men discovered gold.. Every Single Secret loc 63

42. Goodbye.. haunting emptiness of waving goodbye.. Love and Other Consolation Prizes loc 355

41. Great.. you looked great.. Every Single Secret loc 441

42. Handsome.. when the handsome prince sees beyond her ratty clothing.. The Forgotten Garden pg 41

43. Hanging.. not hanging out in the bar drinking.. Every Single Secret loc 300

44. Harder.. I always try to push myself harder.. Every Single Secret loc 495

45. Harlem..publishes Story in Harlem.. Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston pg 257

46. Heart.. shoots through the heart of the mountain.. Every Single Secret loc 59

47. Heartbreaker .. I'm afraid our Scarlett's a heartbreaker.. Rhett Butler's People pg 128

48. Here.. what's happened here.. Every Single Secret loc 76

49. Highway.. off an industrial highway.. Every Single Secret loc 1941

50. Hit.. I hit something solid.. Every Single Secret loc 67

51. Homesick.. he also felt homesick.. Love and Other Consolation Prizes loc 785

52. Horses..the horses always went a little mad in the fog.. The Forgotten Garden pg 162

53. I'm.. trust me, I'm kind of boring.. Every Single Secret loc 746

54. Imagination.. spark my imagination.. Every Single Secret loc 1444

55. In.. he set the food in front of me.. Every Single Secret loc 746

56. Iron.. she sat on the little iron garden seat.. The Forgotten Garden pg 36

57. Jack.. Jack the Ripper's London... The Forgotten Garden pg 157

58. Jane.. you could be Calamity Jane.. Love and Other Consolation Prizes loc 3385

59. Killer..Zombie Nazis? Killer T.rexes?.. Every Single Secret loc 665

60. Killing.. you're killing me, woman.. Every Single Secret loc 800

61. La Bamba

62. Let.. you let him put a ring on it.. Every Single Secret loc 107

63. Letter.. I picked out the letter H... Every Single Secret loc 2621

64. Little.. it always hurt, just a little bit.. Every Single Secret loc 98

65. Loco.. futuristic machine that serves in loco parentis.. Love and Other Consolation Prizes loc 2150

66. Lonely.. worse than my lonely apartmemt.. Every Single Secret loc 1024

67. Loud.. heard a loud click and a whir.. Every Single Secret loc 696

68. Machine.. heard water gush into the machine.. Every Single Secret loc 2164

69. Make.. suddenly make perfect sense.. Every Single Secret loc 120

70. Maps.. drew maps from memory.. The Forgotten Garden pg 356

71. Marquee.. with a marquee that read ... R is for Ricochet pg 472

72. Mary.. her mother Mary, moved in with Clara.. The Forgotten Garden pg 176

73. Maybe.. maybe it sounded desperate.. Every Single Secret loc 127

74. Melody.. the breeze a melody so glorious.. The Forgotten Garden pg 343

75. Misunderstood.. understudied, misunderstood, popularly maligned... Every Single Secret loc 3283

76. Mojo.. sensed bad mojo around Matthew.. Every Single Secret loc 4112

77. Moon.. the moon or a floodlight on one of the eaves.. Every Single Secret loc 597

78. More.. but more than that.. Every Single Secret loc 104

79. Motion.. just a matter of forward motion.. Every Single Secret loc 3867

80. My.. spark my imagination.. Every Single Secret loc 1444


message 16: by [deleted user] (last edited Nov 05, 2018 08:17PM) (new)

N to Z

81. Need.. what did he need.. Every Single Secret loc 105

82. Nowhere.. drove to the middle of nowhere.. Every Single Secret loc 919

83. Numb.. I started to go numb.. Every Single Secret loc 1315

84. Ohio.. at a Westingtonhouse subsidiary in Ohio.. The Last Days of Night pg 39

85. One.. one side of his jaw was shrunken.. R is for Ricochet pg 6

86. O'Riley
(O'Reilly Birds of a Feather)

87. Out.. they ripped the gold out of the mountain.. Every Single Secret loc 64

88. Personal.. participants not share personal details.. Every Single Secret loc 342

89. Piece.. and every piece of furniture.. Every Single Secret loc 508

90. Plastic.. an array of plastic containers.. Every Single Secret loc 730

91. Post.. I don't blog, I don't post. I don't share.. Every Single Secret loc 58

92. Power.. that magical word that has power.. Every Single Secret loc 758

93. Prayer.. the director, Cleve, would lead prayer.. Every Single Secret loc 2135

94. Precious.. our silences were more precious to me.. Every Single Secret loc 124

95. Pretender.. No, I said, backing away from this pretender .. Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen loc 1607

96. Pride.. forget her pride and joy like that.. The Forgotten Garden pg 73

97. Proud.. how proud of Nell he and her mother had been.. The Forgotten Garden pg 10

98. Put.. adopt me and put me in their cellar.. Every Single Secret loc 48

99. Rivers.. houses and farms, rivers and creeks.. Every Single Secret loc 929

100. Road.. rutted gravel road that seemed to stretch on..Every Single Secret loc 250

101. Rock.. lichen-crusted rock ledge.. Every Single Secret loc 52

102. Room.. I wonder if we'll get their room.. Every Single Secret loc 280

103. Roxanne
(Roxana Doc)

104. Ruby.. though Ruby seemed unimpressed.. The Forgotten Garden pg 92

105. Run.. late Saturday night hit and run.. Every Single Secret loc 95

106. Runaround.. all she does is runaround at night .. The Chaperone pg 370

107. School's (possessive form, not plural).. our small Christian school's puny football team.. Every Single Secret loc 2239

108. Sexy.. aimed his blindingly sexy grin at me.. Every Single Secret loc 137

109. Shook.. he shook his head.. Every Single Secret loc 145

110. Sign.. this was a good sign.. Every Single Secret loc 356

111. Sky.. the sky was perfect and clear.. Every Single Secret loc 603

112. Softly.. while Heath snored softly.. Every Single Secret loc 1463

113. Song.. the next song started.. Every Single Secret loc 2114

114. Soul.. I saw the blackness of my own soul.. Every Single Secret loc 49

115. Spanish.. he said something in Spanish.. Every Single Secret loc 1526

116. Spell.. casting some sort of a spell.. Every Single Secret loc 3505

117. Spirit.. if not in body, then in spirit.. Every Single Secret loc 239

118. Stand.. that I stand guard over my mountain.. Every Single Secret loc 60

119. Street.. the track down the street from my house.. Every Single Secret loc 70

120. Subterranean.. there was something subterranean about him.. The Removes loc 4183

121. Sue.. and so sue me.. The Ice Cream Queen of Orchard Street pg 7

122. Symphony.. to play with the symphony.. Love and Other Consolation Prizes loc 2704

123. Take.. I could take just one small step.. Every Single Secret loc 66

124. Teardrops.. notes were smudged by teardrops .. The Reckoningloc 3114

125. Tears.. feeling tears press against my eyes..Every Single Secret loc 987

126. Tell .. I need to tell you what is going on.. Every Single Secret loc 145

127. That.. and I think I may say that there will be no objection.. The Bookshop 12.2%

128. Think..I think you find it in a person.. Every Single Secret loc 119

129. This.. what she meant by this.. The Bookshop 12.2%

130. Ticket.. passport, ticket, traveler's checks.. The Forgotten Garden pg 71

131. Times.. once, twice, three and four times.. Every Single Secret loc 566

132. Tiny.. in his tiny car... Every Single Secret loc 262

133. Trees.. scanning the trees for dinner.. Every Single Secret loc 75

134. Tuesday.. but it was Tuesday already.. Every Single Secret loc 1178

135. Unchained.. I could be me again, Dexter Unchained.. Dearly Devoted Dexter pg 259

136. Up.. my time is up. I have to decide.. Every Single Secret loc 73

137. Wake.. how it feels to wake up to him screaming.. Every Single Secret loc 135

138. Walk.. he led us up the front walk.. Every Single Secret loc 318

139. Wall.. I pressed against the wall.. Every Single Secret loc 96

140. Watching.. like watching a sand castle.. Every Single Secret loc 238

141. Way.. that beaming open armed way .. Every Single Secret loc 58

142. We.. we have a wonderful cook.. Every Single Secret loc 730

143. Were.. I wish I were girl again.. Every Single Secret loc 740

144. What's already smelled what's happened here.. Every Single Secret loc 76

145. Whipping.. the whipping wind, the thoughts of death.. Every Single Secret loc 68

146. Wild.. than I am of any wild animal.. Every Single Secret loc 493

147. Will.. you can put that down for me in your will.. The Bookshop 55.1%

148. Wind...the cold wind whips my hair.. Every Single Secret loc 53

149. Wing.. under her motherly wing.. Every Single Secret loc 391

150. Wish..I wish I were a girl again.. Every Single Secret loc 740

151. Wonderful.. we have a wonderful cook.. Every Single Secret loc 730

152. Working.. my body is still working.. Every Single Secret loc 79

153. World.. not a care in the world.. Every Single Secret loc 75

154. Yellow.. which was a vibrant mustard yellow.. Every Single Secret loc 270

Maisie Dobbs (Maisie Dobbs, #1) by Jacqueline Winspear 6.3.18 3☆ Every Single Secret by Emily Carpenter 6.4.18 4☆ The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton 6.15.18 4☆ R is for Ricochet (Kinsey Millhone, #18) by Sue Grafton 6.7.18 4☆
Love and Other Consolation Prizes by Jamie Ford 6.5.18 4☆ The Bookshop by Penelope Fitzgerald 6.5.18 3☆ The Cemetery Keeper's Wife by Maryann McFadden 6.8.18 4☆ Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston 6.16.18 3☆
The Ice Cream Queen of Orchard Street by Susan Jane Gilman 6.28.18 2☆ The Removes by Tatjana Soli 7.1.18 3☆ The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore 7.27.18 3☆ The Chaperone by Laura Moriarty 8.20.18 4☆
Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen by Sarah Bird 8.29.18 3☆ The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck 9.12.18 4☆ The Reckoning by Clár Ni Chonghaile 10.6.18 4☆ Rhett Butler's People by Donald McCaig 11.3.18 3☆
Dearly Devoted Dexter (Dexter, #2) by Jeff Lindsay 11.5.18 3☆


message 17: by Denise (last edited Mar 04, 2019 04:45PM) (new)

Denise | 385 comments Finished
Song Title Word Search #2
Date: You Choose

June 1 - December 31, 2018

151/154 words found

WORDS:
1. Alison
√2. All-“I longed to read them all…” p. 6 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√3. Amazed “I was amazed at her disregard for the torrential rain.” P. 232 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√4. Another - “My sister Linda followed during yet another blizzard in 1948.” P. 4 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10..18
√5. Baba-“…the evil witch Baba Yaga…” p. 199 Nicholas and Alexandra by Robert K. Massie 8.19.18
√6. Bad-“I was a bad girl trying to be good…” p. 9 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√7. Barefoot - He would often be barefoot, his sandals slung across his shoulders.”p. 28Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√8. Beat - “I was in a Beat humor.” P. 177Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√9. Beautiful “ It was possible then to find beautiful volumes for next to nothing….” P 12Just Kidss by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√10. Bitter-“Diamond took a long sip of bitter.” P. 140 The Summonsby Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√11. Black - “…threatening to cut my long black hair.” P. 19 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√12. Blues “…the yellows and blues of rooms only glimpsed behind partially…”p 72 He Who Hesitates by Ed McBain 6.7.18
√13. Brick-“with two windows overlooking old brick buildings…” p. 119 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√14. California-“The California primary was pending.” P. 69 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√15. Candle - “We lit candles for him when he had his motorcycle accident.” P. 19 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√16. Comfortably-–“Robert lay comfortably and I told him not to worry.” P. 94 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√17. Complete -“…blow to him if I did not complete my studies…” p. 17 Just Kidsby Patti Smith 6.10.18
√18. Control-“There was no available birth control….” P. 17 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
19. Cortez
√20. Cries-“…punctuating the mundane with cries of Shit! No blood! Get a transfusion! P. 138 Just Kidsby Patti Smith 6.10.18
√21. Cross-“…reavealed a line that he might yet need to cross.” P. 16 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√22. Crying-“…when they returned my father was crying.” P. 8 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√23. Dancer-“…he had once been a ballet dancer.” P. 87 Just Kidsby Patti Smith 6.20.18
√24. Dancing-“Sympathy for the Devil” came on and we both started dancing.” P. 79 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√25. Deep Lying deep within myself….” P. 5 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√26. Detectives-“Only two senior detectives remained…” p. 26 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√27. Dreams “…both of us harbored lofty dreams.” P. 18 Just Kidsby Patti Smith 6.10.18
√28. End-“What remains in my memory of the end of 1968 is Robert’s worried expression.” P. 79 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√29. Entertainment-“I would search out the evening’s entertainment.” P. 26 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√30. Europe-“…news of his passing in Paris filtered back from Europe.” P. 187 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√31. Explain “may help to explain why he was on the fiddle…” p. 85 The Summons by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√32. Eyed-“He settled the fare and eyed the stile he would need to climb over. “ p. 64 The Summons by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√33. Fake - “I know I’m a fake smoker…” p. 125 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√34. Fall-“I did my best not to fall asleep.” P. 5 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√35. Fight “Robert and I didn’t fight very often.” P. 111 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√36. Fighting - “There was no need for fighting.” P. 38 Tabula Rasa by Ruth Downie 6.12.18
√37. Fools “”We are not fools.” P. 129 Tabula Rasa by Ruth Downie 6.12.18
√38. For “…and for the first time in months Brunetti could see the Dolomites from the window of the kitchen.” P. 237 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√39. Friends-“I would seek out friends who were studying at the Pratt Institute.” P. 23 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√40. From-“A large curving neck rose from a dress of white plumage.” P. 3 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√41. Gold-“The leaves were turning burgundy and gold.” P. 47 Just Kidsby Patti Smith 6.10.18
√42. Goodbye “I said goodbye to my stuff.” P. 98 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√41. Great-“flapping its great wings…” p. 3 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√42. Handsome-“…he looked both handsome and lost.” P. 78 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√43. Hanging-“…mute light spread from hanging lanterns.” P. 79 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√44. Harder-“It’s hard work. Harder than you think.” P. 19 The Summons by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√45. Harlem- “…LaGuardia, a congressman from East Harlem, who criticized the rich because the poor in his district were struggling to make ends meet.” P. 2 Original Zinn: Conversations on History and Politics by Howard Zinn 8.29.18
√46. Heart - “…could say instead what was in my heart.” P. 5Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√47. Heartbreaker-“Heartbreaker in training.” P. 304 Dark in Death by J.D. Robb 7.21.18
√48. Here - “The difficult thing here is that people today tend to believe the woman.” P. 279 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√49. Highway- “Death comes riding up the highway in it’s Sunday best.” p. 164 Just Kidsby Patti Smith
√50. Hit- “I planned to hit all the bookstores…” p. 23 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18


message 18: by Denise (last edited Dec 03, 2018 03:46PM) (new)

Denise | 385 comments √51. Homesick-”I wondered if they’d been written out of homesickness during every year’s long exile to Cambridge.” P. 136 Q's Legacy: A Delightful Account of a Lifelong Love Affair with Books by Helen Hanff 6.27.18
√52. Horses-“Her seminal album, Horses…” p. 309 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√53. I'm-“I’m certain as we fled down the great staircase ….p. 11 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√54. Imagination - co-conspirators in the harvesting of my imagination.” P. 6 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√55. In-“…for the first time in his life, the idea of falling on the street influenced his behavior.” P, 237 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√56. Iron-“…the sound of more missles hitting the iron railings…” p. 11 The Summons by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√57. Jack=“All about were Jack-in-the-pulpits.” P. 10 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√58. Jane-“Jane Austen lived in the house you squatted in?” p. 272 The Summons by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√59. Killer - “…like most bullies he lacks the killer instinct.” P. 241 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√60. Killing-“The trial wasn’t just about the killing of Britt Strand…” p. 73 The Summons by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√61. La Bamba - “…sang Spokane Indian words in place of La Bamba. “ p. 45 Reservation Bluesby Sherman Alexie 9.27.18
√62. Let - “Let us hope Giorgio can find the information sooner.” P. 238 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√63. Letter-“Robert wrote his mother a letter.” P. 66 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√64. Little-”I knelt before my little bed as she stood…” p. 5 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√65. Loco-“Dulce est desipere in loco – which means, broadly speaking “You’ve got to have some fun sometimes.” P. 63 Miss Silver Intervenes by Patricia Wentworth 7.10.18
√66. Lonely-“I was lonely but Janet visited me…” p. 19 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√67. Loud-“Someone was using a loud-hailer.” P. 10 The Summonsby Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√68. Machine-“…rolls of Teletype paper, banging on his machine” p. 177 Just Kidsby Patti Smith 6.10.18
√69. Make “What will you make him do?” p. 241 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√70. Maps-“…making maps and drawing out strategies …” p. 7 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√71. Marquee-“my name on the Nederlander Theatre marquee…” p. 172Q's Legacy: A Delightful Account of a Lifelong Love Affair with Books by Helen Hanff 6.27.18
√72. Mary-“…the London of Mary Quant.” p. 101 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√73. Maybe-“Maybe they were just assessing the situation…” p. 10 The Summons by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√74. Melody-–“It didn’t matter what key or tempo or what melody…” p. 169 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√75. Misunderstood “Well, I must have misunderstood.” P. 243 Tabula Rasa by Ruth Down 6.12.18
76. Mojo
√77. Moon“My labor coincided with the full moon.” P. 19 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√78. More“I wished nothing more than to say my prayers.” P. 5 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√79. Motion-“… a flash of motion on the far side of the field.” P. 291 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√80. My “My, my, my,” said Bocchese…” p. 254 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√81. Need - “That’s all I need.” P. 251 The Waters of Eternal Youthby Donna Leon 6.4.18
√82. Nowhere-“That night,, having nowhere to go I fell asleep…” p. 26 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√83. Numb-“Her lips were numb where the gag had been.” P. 308 The Summonsby Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√84. Ohio–“…his song “Ohio” had made a great impression on me.” p 157 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√85. One - “…she suggested he meet them at one…” p. 246 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√86. O'Riley “…drove up Sumner and made a left onto O’Riley.” P. 128Blackfly Season by Giles Blunt 12.4.18
√87. Out-“…out of reach before he could react.” P. 244 The Waters of Eternal Youthby Donna Leon 6.4.18
√88. Personal-“It wasn’t a personal diary.” P. 92 The Summons by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√89. Piece-”…delighted in his ability to piece together and decorate…” p. 13 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√90. Plastic-‘’stuffed the umbrella, handle first, inside the plastic bag. “ p. 252 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√91. Post “I abandoned my post to sit with her…” p. 7 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√92. Power - “even if the power system failed…” p. 2 The Summons by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√93. Prayer “…she taught me the prayer her mother taught her…” p. 4 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√94. Precious “…the knowledge I derived in our precious time together…” p. 276 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√95. Pretender-“the tall, dark-baked daughter of the Pretender to the throne of France…” p. 27 Nicholas and Alexandraby Robert K. Massie 8.19.18
√96. Pride“I was the eldest and the pride of the family” p. 17 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√97. Proud-“he stood proud to have accomplished this sacred task…” p. 16 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√98. Put “Brunetti put on his thickest soled shoes…” p. 237 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√99. Rivers “Nina said, “I threw it into the river.” The Summons p. 184 by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√100. Road-“battered car parked by the side of the road…” p. 19 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18


message 19: by Denise (last edited Mar 04, 2019 04:46PM) (new)

Denise | 385 comments √101. Rock- “I immersed myself in books and rock and roll.” P. 12 Just Kids by Patti Smith 610.18
√102. Room“I continued to live in my laundry room.” P. 18 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√103. Roxanne -had given Phillipe two more daughters, Roxanne …and Therese…” p. 299Daughters of the Night Sky by Aimie Runyon 9.8.18
√104. Ruby-“ ruby carpet covered the floor.” P. 74 Miss Silver Intervenes by Patricia Wentworth 7.10.18
√105. Run-“Run,” she said, and she did just that.” P. 247 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√106. Runaround “I’m so sick of getting the runaround I could scream.” P. 61 Kinsey and Me: Stories by Sue Grafton 7.18.18
√107. School's (possessive form, not plural) “I perched on the lowest rung of high school’s social ladder.”p. 12 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√108. Sexy-“You’re onto Winston at last, asking about those sexy cards he sells…” p 200 The Summons by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√109. Shook-”She shook her head…”p. 232 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√110. Sign “I took this as a sign to head out.” P.23 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√111. Sky “…flapping its great wings and lifted into the sky.” P. 3 sJust Kidsby Patti Smith 6.10.18
√112. Softly “I read him softly, and then at the top of my voice.” P. 177 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6,10.18
√113. Song “It’s my song,” he said.” P. 79 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√114. Soul “…I pray the Lord my soul…” p. 4 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√115. Spanish-“…got them under a tree that is his Spanish sun hat…” p. 58 He Who Hesitates by Ed McBain 6.7.18
√116. Spell “Every spell that’s broken…” p. 300 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√117. Spirit “delved into another side of the spirt.” P. 62 Just Kidsby Patti Smith 6.10.18
√118. Stand-“…the receptionist said to justify the stand…” p. 115 The Summons by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√119. Street-“There were few people on the street…” p. 244The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
120. Subterranean-”…at a time when it was the social hub of the subterranean universe,…” p. 117Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√121. Sue-–“We can sue them for false arrest.” P. 62He Who Hesitates by Ed McBain 6.7.18
√122. Symphony “…waterlogged Yorkshire countryside was a symphony of green and gold…” p. 1 Bad Boy by Peter Robinson 7.3.18
√123. Take “Something told me I shouldn’t take presents.” P. 7 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√124. Teardrops-teardrops “The pilot drew teardrop shaped rocks, an island, a road.” P. 168 Blood of Victory by Alan Furst 3.5.19
√125. Tears-“…great tears of wax spilling onto the sidewalk.” P. 30 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√126. Tell-“I’ll tell him I’m going to send the email to the actual Assistant of the Minister…” p. 241 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√127. That - “The only thing that mattered was that he could be such a fool…” p. 239 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√128. Think “I don’t think it will help him in the long run…” p.. 241 The Waters of Eternal Youthby Donna Leon 6.4.18
√129. This - “She looked at the keyboard of her computer as she told him this.” P. 238 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√130. Ticket-“I had enough money for a one way ticket.” P. 23 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√131. Times “Listening to “Strawberry Fields” three times in a row.” P. 19 Just Kidsby Patti Smith 6.10.18
√132. Tiny “…bottles of enamel and tiny brushes.” P. 13 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√133. Trees “overlooking old brick buildings and high trees…” p. 119 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√134. Tuesday - “This happened to be a Tuesday.” P. 352 The Summonsby Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√135. Unchained- “Eli Lavon unchained the door to him and drew him hastily inside.” P.247 The English Spy by Daniel Silva 10.4.18
√136. Up “…took up more and more of his time…” p. 244 The Waters of Eternal Youthby Donna Leon6.4.18
√137. Wake-“…military options behind in the wake of LSD…” p. 13 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√138. Walk “Shall we take a walk?” p. 288 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√139. Wall “…she stared at the wall above his head…” p. 269 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√140. Watching-“The screw watching Mountjoy had just hung his tunic on the chair…” p. 4 The Summons by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√141. Way “Yes,” he said, “which way?” p. 289 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√142. We - “…when we had cake…” p. 259 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√143. Were “…was shocked to see how soaked they were.” P. 252 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√144. What's - “What’s a seven letter word that means odd?” p. 18 The Summons by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√145. Whipping-“instead of whipping around the room like a hose as she imagined they would, they dropped straight down onto the bed from the weight of the tube.” P. 232 Ashes To Dust by Yrsa Sigurdardottir 6.20.18
√146. Wild “He knew I liked his hair a bit wild.” P. 149 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√147. Will “Will this work with Scarpa?” p. 241 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√148. Wind “…as a gust of wind lashed at the awning above them she said, “Let’s go…” p. 248 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√149. Wing “Made of black and yellow wool, with wire antennae, gauze wings…” p. 128 The Summons by Peter Lovesey 6.8.18
√150. Wish“I wish I could just project everything…” p. 62 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10,18
√151. Wonderful “Yes, it’s wonderful.” P. 258 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√152. Working “The two of them stood silent, working it out.” P. 260 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18
√153. World“I happily dwelt in the world of Modigliani…” p. 12 Just Kids by Patti Smith 6.10.18
√154. Yellow-“…a dark grey suit with a yellow and red striped tie…” p . 271 The Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon 6.4.18

looking for:

Alison
Cortez
Mojo


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Teri-K | 58 comments Song Title Word Search #2
Date: June - August 2018
Completed: 153/154

WORDS:
1. Alison "Jennifer Berg and Alison Blair won all hearts and a Tricolor Award with their daredevil stunt riding on Freya and Balder." location 3108 The Luck Runs Out by Charlotte MacLeod 7/6
2. All "and we cannot all have been at Oxford." pg 42 Summer Half by Angela Thirkell 6/8
3. Amazed "'Life in a small town,' Bridget said with a single, amazed shake of her head." pg 177 A Year on Ladybug Farm by Donna Ball 6/20
4. Another "Leaving her free to take another quick look at the newspaper." location 49 The Cater Street Hangman by Anne Perry 6/24
5. Baba "Petits pois a la Francaise, and - to follow - a Baba au Rhum." location 1119 Murder in the Mews by Agatha Christie 6/12
6. Bad "It could be either the beginning of a bad joke or a horror story." page 2 Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs 7/6
7. Barefoot "Irene now had a roomful of barefoot students." location 7668 Ozark Wedding by Helen Gray 6/16
8. Beat "I never was on the beat before this week." location 964 Striding Folly: A Collection of Mysteries by Dorothy L. Sayers 6/16
9. Beautiful "Wesley Snipes may be a beautiful man, but he..." page 4 Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs 7/6
10. Bitter "He gave a sudden short, bitter laugh." pg 5 Appointment with Death by Agatha Christie 6/19
11. Black "but the towering, plum black blooms of Fritillaria persica are the most amazing of all..." location 1700 The Cut Flower Garden by Erin Benzakein 6/21
12. Blues "antique storefronts were painted in faded roses and blues an yellows with gold-edged lettering in the windows." location 293 Manhunting by Jennifer Crusie 6/21
13. Brick "For someone who is as smart as you are, you can be thick as a brick." Chapter 7 The Witness by Nora Roberts 6/13
14. California "Her father was supposed to go to California for his health, wasn't he?" location 2192 Trial by Fury by Craig Rice 6/8
15. Candle "She blew out her candle and stepped out into the strange room, making no more noise than a mouse." pg 11 The Magician's Nephew by C.S. Lewis 6/16
16. Comfortably "The bar could be made comfortably profitable with a few easy changes..." location 1911 Manhunting by Jennifer Crusie 6/21
17. Complete "My head was back inside the storage room before her reverse-face was complete." pg 207 Island of the Mad by Laurie R. King 6/17
18. Control "and received advice on organic pest control for the garden..." pg 138 A Year on Ladybug Farm by Donna Ball 6/20
19. Cortez "Oates resembled respectively stout Cortez staring at the Pacific and all his men looking at each other with a wild surmise, silent upon a peak in Darien." pg 253 The Code of the Woosters by P.G. Wodehouse 6/2
20. Cries "your joys at the cry of the victims." location 751 The Castle of Llyr by Lloyd Alexander 6/21
21. Cross Don't we need much more of this, of the Cross in the world..." location 2618 Bewildering Cares: A Week in the Life of a Clergyman's Wife by Winifred Peck 6/21
22. Crying "Taran thought it was his own voice crying out beyond his will to silence." location 892 The Castle of Llyr by Lloyd Alexander 2/21
23. Dancer "Expected to send me flitting away like and adagio dancer." pg 150 The Code of the Woosters by P.G. Wodehouse 6/2
24. Dancing "Possibly someone has been telling you about the dancing girls of Bali." pg 9 The Code of the Woosters by P.G. Wodehouse 6/2
25. Deep "Deep waters, Jeeves." pg 29 The Code of the Woosters by P.G. Wodehouse 6/2
26. Detectives "if I had been one of those detectives who see a chap walking along the street and deduce that he is a retired manufacturer of poppet valves..." pg 66 The Code of the Woosters by P.G. Wodehouse 6/2
27. Dreams "only in my dreams." location 446 Manhunting by Jennifer Crusie 6/21
28. End "There was a pause on the other end." page 5 Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs 7/6
29. Entertainment "If all queues offered this kind of entertainment, he would have little objection to waiting." pg 135 Decision at Delphi by Helen MacInnes 6/16
30. Europe "one of the most stunning Gothic cathedrals in Europe..." pg 173 Learning to Walk in the Dark by Barbara Brown Taylor 6/6
31. Explain "and try to explain as best we can, something of the reason for our comparatively dull and primitive mode of thought." location 473 Bewildering Cares: A Week in the Life of a Clergyman's Wife by Winifred Peck 6/20
32. Eyed "I eyed him keenly." pg 157 The Code of the Woosters by P.G. Wodehouse 6/2
33. Fake "it had been stupid of him to fake an accent..." pg 250 Devil May Care by Elizabeth Peters 6/6
34. Fall "and made sure the bell would fall if any one of them was tugged." page 135 Break In by Dick Francis 7/2
35. Fight "Oh, and the college fight songs - I'm hot at those." pg 191 Island of the Mad by Laurie R. King 6/17
36. Fighting "She gasped, fighting for breath." pg 302 Murder in the Mews by Agatha Christie 6/13
37. Fools "Mrs. Finestein didn't raise any fools." pg 158 Honest Illusions by Nora Roberts 6/11
38. For "for he was a reasonable and indulgent father, but he would be disappointed..." pg 11 Summer Half by Angela Thirkell 6/8
39. Friends "concealed his trouble from his parents and wrote to his friends and ex-tutor at Oxford." pg 10 Summer Half by Angela Thirkell 6/8
40. From "as he walked the lane that led from the station to the manor..." pg 10 Summer Half by Angela Thirkell 6/8
41. Gold "I had three gold seals on my watch chain!" location 500 The Cater Street Hangman by Anne Perry 6/24
42. Goodbye "Time to say goodbye, Nicole." pg 75 Identity Withheld by Sandra Orchard 6/22
41. Great"It's a term made up by British pilots in the Great War as an explanation for odd things that kept their planes from working." page 54 Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs 7/6
42. Handsome "very virile and handsome, isn't it?" location 8718 The Moving Finger by Agatha Christie 6/9
43. Hanging "that ended with Ellie hanging up on her fiancé." pg 45 Devil May Care by Elizabeth Peters 6/6
44. Harder "Moddom needs something a little harder to wear, if you know what I mean!" location 1650 Bewildering Cares: A Week in the Life of a Clergyman's Wife by Winifred Peck 6/20
45. Harlem "He took her to a Harlem night club, announcing apologetically at the door that more money was needed." location 2876 Having Wonderful Crime by Craig Rice 6/29
46. Heart "Heart pounding she dropped the last of the wood and landed on her knees next to the boys." location 76 Ozark Sweetheart by Helen Gray 6/8
47. Heartbreaker "Owen Palmer perfectly fit the definition of the word 'heartbreaker', without actually deliberately doing anything to break hearts...." location 354 Once Upon Stilettos by Shanna Swendson 7/29
48. Here "Nothing seemed to move here, not even time." pg 28 A Palm for Mrs. Pollifax by Dorothy Gilman 6/7
49. Highway "Turn left when you get to the highway." pg 71 Devil May Care by Elizabeth Peters 6/6


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Teri-K | 58 comments 50. Hit "a shot in the dark - but I could see it hit home." pg 298 Island of the Mad by Laurie R. King 6/17
51. Homesick "for the person who suffers from it in its acutest form can with the greatest of ease be homesick for places he has never seen." location 2890 Bewildering Cares: A Week in the Life of a Clergyman's Wife by Winifred Peck 6/20
52. Horses "Everybody owns horses - except me..." pg 236 Devil May Care by Elizabeth Peters 6/6
53. I'm "I'm used to my blessings, that's all." location 45 Partners in Crime by Agatha Christie 7/5
54. Imagination "Instead they happened in the dark of one child's imagination..." pg 31 Learning to Walk in the Dark by Barbara Brown Taylor 6/6
55. In "a successful, athletic man in his forties…" location 158 Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews 7/13
56. Iron "and out from the safely of the Iron Curtain..." pg 103 Decision at Delphi by Helen MacInnes 6/16
57. Jack "I don't owe you jack." pg 139 Honest Illusions by Nora Roberts 6/11
58. Jane "Of course Jane would not remember her..." pg 17 A Palm for Mrs. Pollifax by Dorothy Gilman 6/7
59. Killer "Sheriff Kling would get all the credit for having run down the killer..." location 3868 Trial by Fury by Craig Rice 6/8
60. Killing "I can't imagine her killing herself that way." pg 23 Murder in the Mews by Agatha Christie 6/12
61. La Bamba "The mariachi band rocked into 'LaBamba', and Mitch saw Barton James climb onstage with his guitar." page 166 Reclaiming the Cowboy by Kathleen O'Brien 8/17
62. Let "They wouldn't let me go with you..." location 54 Partners in Crime by Agatha Christie 7/5
63. Letter "It had been a rather peculiar letter..." pg 4 Devil May Care by Elizabeth Peters 6/6
64. Little "its brick a little faded, but all in all aging beautifully." pg 15 A Year on Ladybug Farm by Donna Ball 6/20
65. Loco "Sex hits every man's loco spot - you needen't fidget, you know it's true…" page 123 Whose Body? by Dorothy L. Sayers 7/29
66. Lonely "You get too upset about all the lonely people and you transfer it to me." location 53 Manhunting by Jennifer Crusie 6/21
67. Loud But supposing that one loud note of the gong has been heard?" pg 261 Murder in the Mews by Agatha Christie 6/12
68. Machine "If that does not work there is the white noise machine." pg 74 Learning to Walk in the Dark by Barbara Brown Taylor 6/6
69. Make "Make a copy of these letters and send the originals on to me." location 130 Partners in Crime by Agatha Christie 7/5
70. Maps "when we can no longer read the maps we have brought with us or sense anything in the dark that might tell us where we are..." pg 146 Learning to Walk in the Dark by Barbara Brown Taylor 6/6
71. Marquee " Sarah went down to the big marquee." pg 75 Appointment with Death by Agatha Christie 6/13
72. Mary "having promised Jesus he would take Mary home once there was nothing she or anyone else could do." pg 88 Learning to Walk in the Dark by Barbara Brown Taylor 6/6
73. Maybe "Maybe it's not deer." pg 132 A Year on Ladybug Farm by Donna Ball 6/20
74. Melody "A bird's happy melody trilled from the trees that burst with brilliant new leaves." location 5378 Ozark Reunion by Helen Gray 6/9
75. Misunderstood "She must have misunderstood." location 1594 Ozark Sweetheart by Helen Gray 6/8
76. Mojo "I haven't got my gambling mojo going today." Plum Lucky by Janet Evanovich 6/21
77. Moon "I'd give her the moon if I could." location 2397 Ozark Reunion by Helen Gray 6/9
78. More "she herself might have felt obliged to be more charitable." location 89 Bewildering Cares: A Week in the Life of a Clergyman's Wife by Winifred Peck 6/21
79. Motion "I should set the inquiries in motion if I were you." pg 70 Murder in the Mews by Agatha Christie 6/13
80. My "my grandmother told me that if I was a good goril and sat till, the shot the doctor was about to give me wouldn't hurt." location 152 Burn for Me by Ilona Andrews 7/13
81. Need "We need to take a vacation and go antiquing." pg 90 A Year on Ladybug Farm by Donna Ball 6/20
82. Nowhere "like solving the kind of triviality that leads nowhere." pg 49 Murder in the Mews by Agatha Christie 6/12
83. Numb "After some fumbling, for her fingers still felt numb with cold..." pg 125 Devil May Care by Elizabeth Peters 6/6
84. Ohio "She was found raped and beaten to death in Akron, Ohio, three months after the conviction." Chapter 29 The Witness by Nora Roberts 6/13
85. One "Kate is our one maid, and I am never sure if she is a Menace or a Paragon." location 124 Bewildering Cares: A Week in the Life of a Clergyman's Wife by Winifred Peck 6/21
86. O'Riley
87. Out "so worn out was she with her domestic duties." location 79 Bewildering Cares: A Week in the Life of a Clergyman's Wife by Winifred Peck 6/20
88. Personal "I didn't mean to get to personal or offend you, Callie." location 361 Ozark Sweetheart by Helen Gray 6/8
89. Piece "The final piece clicked into place." location 594 Ozark Sweetheart by Helen Gray 6/8
90. Plastic "Maybe it was a piece of plastic that had gotten baled by mistake?" pg 56 Learning to Walk in the Dark by Barbara Brown Taylor 6/6
91. Post "If I keep it meaning to post it in town, I'm sure to forget." pg 149 Murder in the Mews by Agatha Christie 6/13
92. Power "watchful eyes that had the power to mesmerize him." location 1247 Ozark Reunion by Helen Gray 6/9
93. Prayer "She needs a lot of prayer." location 953 Ozark Reunion by Helen Gray 6/9
94. Precious "He was very careful of his precious skin." pg 270 Devil May Care by Elizabeth Peters 6/6
95. Pretender "The pretender from California infiltrating the santity of a humble mountain congregation." location 11293 His Surprise Son by Allie Pleiter 7/2
96. Pride "she wore that air of pride and self-respect that she had acquired yesterday." location 8648 The Moving Finger by Agatha Christie 6/9
97. Proud "He's very, very proud and stiff!" location 8814 The Moving Finger by Agatha Christie 6/9
98. Put "She put her arm through Megan's and they went into the house together." location 6956 The Moving Finger by Agatha Christie 6/9
99. Rivers "He'd swam through rivers of them before, and they were sincere enough." Chapter 7 The Witness by Nora Roberts 6/13
100. Road Joanna fixed her attention on the road." location 6685 The Moving Finger by Agatha Christie 6/9


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Teri-K | 58 comments 101. Rock "But it was a valley of mere earth, rock and water..." pg 118 The Magician's Nephew by C.S. Lewis 6/16
102. Room "She blew out her candle and stepped out into the strange room, making no more noise than a mouse." pg 11 The Magician's Nephew by C.S. Lewis 6/16
103. Roxanne "Even as Roxanne stepped onto the glass pedestal she could feel their anticipation..." location 40 Honest Illusions by Nora Roberts 6/11
104. Ruby "A ruby set, cuff bracelet, necklace, earrings." pg 238 Honest Illusions by Nora Roberts 6/11
105. Run "it looked like a carving knife and the bllod had run out..." location 1121 Striding Folly: A Collection of Mysteries by Dorothy L. Sayers 6/16
106. Runaround "I thought I might get some runaround about you not being available if I called." page 104 Veil of Night by Linda Howard 7/20
107. School's (possessive form, not plural) "The school's reputation had spread far and wide..." pg 278 The Bards of Bone Plain by Patricia A. McKillip 6/3
108. Sexy "No one had ever suggested to Elizabeth that she might look sexy." Chapter 1 The Witness by Nora Roberts 6/13
109. Shook "Hercule Poirot shook his head slowly." pg 10 Murder in the Mews by Agatha Christie 6/13
110. Sign "The fire in the fireplace - a sign of the presence of one Beasley or another..." pg 40 Devil May Care by Elizabeth Peters 6/6
111. Sky "In those few minutes the sky had become entirely dark..." location 41 Trial by Fury by Craig Rice 6/8
112. Softly "Hercules growled softly." location 3541 Trial by Fury by Craig Rice 6/8
113. Song "That sounds like an old song or something." location 2979
114. Soul "Anybody who has the reputation of being the gentlest soul in town must have seeds of murder in him somewhere." location 892 Trial by Fury by Craig Rice 6/8
115. Spanish "Marjorie sat down at the antique Spanish Colonial Mission table..." pg 140 Devil May Care by Elizabeth Peters 6/6
116. Spell "Nadine Boynton alone was unaffected by her mother-in-laws spell." pg 23 Appointment with Death by Agatha Christie 6/19
117. Spirit "how will you ever find the time to pay attention to the Spirit?" Learning to Walk in the Dark by Barbara Brown Taylor 6/6
118. Stand "'Let's stand still and listen for a bit,' suggested Digory." pg 49 The Magician's Nephew by C.S. Lewis
119. Street "I started off up the street after him." location 705 Striding Folly: A Collection of Mysteries by Dorothy L. Sayers 6/16
120. Subterranean "waiting to catch the fleeing rats that my subterranean pounding would, with any luck, dislodge." Chapter 22 O Jerusalem by Laurie R. King 6/21
121. Sue "My madam has a furnished room with that Sue Brace, since they both went into munitions." location 870 Bewildering Cares: A Week in the Life of a Clergyman's Wife by Winifred Peck 6/20
122. Symphony "Luke remembered on piece in particular, a dramatic symphony of emeralds, diamonds, topaz and amethyst..." pg 165 Honest Illusions by Nora Roberts 6/11
123. Take "A little more shadowy than making a salesman take back the rotten car he'd conned her into buying." pg 33 Break In by Dick Francis 7/2
124. Teardrops "And teardrops spread that happiness." Chapter 12 The Witness by Nora Roberts 6/13
125. Tears "She was close to tears." pg 82 Decision at Delphi by Helen MacInnes 6/16
126. Tell "I'll tell you my plan." pg 7 Appointment with Death by Agatha Christie 6/19
127. That "She seemed a great deal more peaceful not that I was on the road with her..." page 32 Break In by Dick Francis 7/2
128. Think "Is it likely, Puffet, do you think?" location 1224 Striding Folly: A Collection of Mysteries by Dorothy L. Sayers 6/16
129. This "This was a lot different from beating up a boy who pinched her bottom twice at school." pg 32 Break In by Dick Francis 7/2
130. Ticket "My ticket is a through ticket, but not the excess baggage. pg 59 They Came to Baghdad by Agatha Christie 6/3
131. Times "Eight times around the ship, or some such nonsense, made a mile, it was said." pg 26 Decision at Delphi by Helen MacInnes 6/16
132. Tiny "A tiny sliver of looking glass." pg 182 Decision at Delphi by Helen MacInnes 6/16
133. Trees "The trees grew close together..." pg 33 The Magician's Nephew by C.S. Lewis 6/13
134. Tuesday "Starting from Tuesday next." pg 9 They Came to Baghdad by Agatha Christie 6/3
135. Unchained "In the kitchen, they found the back door unbolted and unchained." pg 307 Decision at Delphi by Helen MacInnes 6/16
136. Up "Carol stood up suddenly, pushing back the tumbled chestnut hair from her forehead." pg 12 Appointment with Death by Agatha Christie 6/19
137. Wake "She'd wake up any second." Chapter 2 The Witness by Nora Roberts 6/13
138. Walk "People would say that we were crazy - not to be able to just walk out -" pg 3 Appointment with Death by Agatha Christie 6/19
139. Wall "here at the foot of the wall was a border about nine feet wide..." location 1576 Striding Folly: A Collection of Mysteries by Dorothy L. Sayers 6/16
140. Watching "watching in wonder as the oldest words in the world moved to their stately rhythms, by day and night..." pg 223 The Bards of Bone Plain by Patricia A. McKillip 6/3
141. Way "and has a delightful way of looking over his spectacles at any acquaintance as if he or she were the one person in the world worth talking to." location 115 Bewildering Cares: A Week in the Life of a Clergyman's Wife by Winifred Peck 6/20
142. We "We proceeded in sedate convoy to the racehorse-training village of Lambourn on the Berkshire Down..." page 32 Break In by Dick Francis 7/2
143. Were "How empty his eyes were, she thought idly..." pg 108 A Palm for Mrs. Pollifax by Dorothy Gilman 6/7
144. What's "What's wrong, Bishop?" pg 23 A Palm for Mrs. Pollifax by Dorothy Gilman 6/7
145. Whipping "she became aware of the wind whipping around the truck in the dark." location 1968 Ozark Sweetheart by Helen Gray 6/8
146. Wild "She controlled her wild upsurge of laughter..." pg 174 A Palm for Mrs. Pollifax by Dorothy Gilman 6/7
147. Will "That will be twelve punds - eighteen shillings - madame." pg 26 They Came to Baghdad by Agatha Christie 6/3
148. Wind "What is brought by the wind will be carried by the wind." pg 171 A Palm for Mrs. Pollifax by Dorothy Gilman 6/7
149. Wing "She had now completed the east wing of the ground floor..." pg 53 A Palm for Mrs. Pollifax by Dorothy Gilman 6/7
150. Wish "I wish you were coming, too." pg 21 They Came to Baghdad by Agatha Christie 6/3
151. Wonderful "It must be wonderful to be a good short hand typist." pg 18 They Came to Baghdad by Agatha Christie 6/3
152. Working "He was working on that point too..." pg 3 Devil May Care by Elizabeth Peters 6/6
153. World "She made her way in the world, not by charm but by sheer efficiency." pg 8 They Came to Baghdad by Agatha Christie 6/3
154. Yellow "I remembered the yellow tape I had stepped over on my way toward the sound of the ocean - a warning that half the dock had been washed away..." pg 55 Learning to Walk in the Dark by Barbara Brown Taylor 6/6


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Teri-K | 58 comments Reserved just in case...


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jingles | 3480 comments Mod
Welcome to the challenge, everyone!!!

Michelle - don't forget your end date :)


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Suzanne (esmerelda1) | 491 comments All Challenges All The Time
Song Title Word Search #2
Duration:
6/1/2018 - 5/31/2019

Progress: 147 out of 154

This is a mixed duration challenge, but you must have a start and an end date.

From Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, focusing on song #300 to song #400, here is our next Song Title Word Search Challenge.

Below you will find 154 words taken from the song titles of #300 to #400. The challenge is to find as many of the words as you can in the time frame you have chosen to work the challenge. Words must be exact, unless otherwise noted. Please check the original list regularly, as changes for approved variations will be added.

Please Note: There may be a few duplicate words between this challenge and the last Song Title Word Search challenge. I will try to keep these to a minimum.

Words can only be found in the text of the book - no covers, titles or authors.

For each word you find, provide a link to the book title, page or location number, the sentence containing the word, and the date you finished reading your book.

There is no restriction on the number of books you use or the number of words per book.

Important Note: You might want to reserve at least 4-5 posts so that you have plenty of room for updating as you work through the challenge.



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Suzanne (esmerelda1) | 491 comments The Book of Joy Lasting Happiness in a Changing World by Dalai Lama XIV
The Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness in a Changing World by Dalai Lama XIV - ***** - 6/4/2018 - 354 Pages
2. All & 129. This:
"May this book be a blessing for all sentient beings, and for all of God's children-including you."
3. Amazed & 127. That & 147. Will: "It has often amazed me that one day I can walk down the street feeling judgmental and critical of others, and I will feel separate and lonely, and the next day I can walk down the same street with more openhearted acceptance and compassion ..."
4. Another: "'You don't like a kiss,' the Archbishop said, and gave him another on the other cheek."
6. Bad: "...as if to say that we can never know what, in the end, will come of our suffering and adversity, what is good and what is bad."
9. Beautiful: "And the Bible that we Jews and Christians share tells a beautiful story."
10. Bitter: "Despair can come from deep grief, but it can also be a defense against the risks of bitter disappointment and shattering heartbreak."
11. Black: "On the round table was a very lifelike crucifix, carved out of white marble, with black nails sticking out of the palms of the hands."
14. California: "We were almost halfway over the Pacific from California to Oahu when I felt a sudden jerk, like someone had shoved the plane from the side."
16. Comfortably: "You can sit in a chair with your feet on the floor or cross-legged. Place your hands comfortably on your legs or in your lap."
17. Complete & 128. Think: “Now, you should think, here you've got complete freedom and have the opportunity to study—not only modern education but also our ancient, thousand-year-old culture. So when you look at your situation that way, you will feel okay."
21. Cross: "You can sit in a chair with your feet on the floor or cross-legged. Place your hands comfortably on your legs or in your lap."
22. Crying: "We had to hide from the Chinese pol—so my grandmo—” She broke down, and started crying, and could not go on."
24. Dancing: "One day, you will be dancing and singing in the streets of Tibet, your home country."
25. Deep: "When we become self-centered, turning in on ourselves, as sure as anything, we are going to find one day a deep, deep, ..."
27. Dreams: "Imagine their life, their hopes, their dreams, their fears, their disappointments, and their suffering."
28. End: "As we were saying, if you are setting out to be joyful you are not going to end up being joyful."
30. Europe: “I think in Europe, too,” the Dalai Lama continued, “the older generation really went through great hardships."
34. Fall: "Recognize that you are only human and that you will inevitably fall short of your aspirations."
35. Fight: "This causes our pupils to dilate so we can see more clearly, our heart and breathing to speed up so we can respond faster, and the blood to divert from our organs to our large muscles so we can fight or flee."
36. Fighting: "Smiling stimulates the release of neuropeptides that work toward fighting off stress and unleashes ..."
37. Fools: "We must learn to live together as sisters and brothers, or we will perish together as fools."
For: "May this book be a blessing for all sentient beings, and for all of God's children-including you."
39. Friends: "I chuckled at the memory of visiting the house of some friends outside of Las Vegas."
40. From: "Despair can come from deep grief, but it can also be a defense against the risks of bitter disappointment and shattering heartbreak."
41. Gold: "The upper stories are clad in gold, resulting in its popular name, the Golden Temple."
41. Great: “I think in Europe, too,” the Dalai Lama continued, “the older generation really went through great hardships."
42. Handsome: “'That's why you are looking so handsome,' the Archbishop said."
44. Harder: "People don't rest when they are tired, and neglect their basic needs for sleep, food, and exercise as they drive themselves harder and harder."
46. Heart: "Allow your heart to feel warmth, tenderness, and caring for this person and an urge to help them."
48. Here: “Now, you should think, here you've got complete freedom and have the opportunity to study—not only modern education but also our ancient, thousand-year-old culture. So when you look at your situation that way, you will feel okay."
50. Hit: "The Dalai Lama made a fist and pretended to hit himself."
52. Horses & 146. Wild: "We could see the guards. No one in our party was allowed to use flashlights, and we tried to minimize the sound of the horses ..."
54. Imagination: "On the other hand, if you let your imagination run wild, then you exacerbate the situation further and then bring more fear."
55. In: “I think in Europe, too,” the Dalai Lama continued, “the older generation really went through great hardships."
57. Jack & 150. Wish: “Your Holiness, this brings us to a question from a boy named Jack, who writes, 'Your Holiness, I wish you a happy eightieth birthday from the bottom of my heart."
62. Let: "Let your body begin to relax. Reflect on each of the pillars, and notice as your body relaxes even more and your heart feels lighter."
66. Lonely: "We can feel joy when we are alone but not when we are lonely."
68. Machine: "As the Dalai Lama said, they treat themselves as if they are part of the machine."
69. Make: “If you develop a strong sense of concern for the well-being of all sentient beings and in particular all human beings, this will make you happy in the morning, even before coffee."
72. Mary: "The statue was of Mary wearing a golden robe and crown and holding a golden orb of the world."
78. More: "Let your body begin to relax. Reflect on each of the pillars, and notice as your body relaxes even more and your heart feels lighter."
80. My: "We had to hide from the Chinese pol—so my grandmo—” She broke down, and started crying, and could not go on."
81. Need: "We were in search of true joy that was not dependent on the vicissitudes of circumstance. We knew that we would need to tackle the obstacles that can so oftion make joy elusive."
83. Numb: "Yet scientists have found that the more we experience any pleasure, the more we become numb to its effects and take its pleasures for granted."
85. One: "It has often amazed me that one day I can walk down the street feeling judgmental and critical of others, and I will feel separate and lonely, and the next day I can walk down the same street with more openhearted acceptance and compassion ..."
87. Out: "On the round table was a very lifelike crucifix, carved out of white marble, with black nails sticking out of the palms of the hands."
88. Personal: "When it comes to personal happiness there is a lot that we as individuals can do."
89. Piece: “Ubuntu says when I have a small piece of bread, it is for my benefit that I share it with you.
91. Post: "They were made to do almost senseless work, breaking rocks and sewing post office bags."
92. Power: "This it the power we wield."
93. Prayer: "I know you haven't been a monastic, but you do spend a lot of time in prayer and meditation on your own."
94. Precious: “This concern for others is something very precious."
96. Pride: "The Buddha replied that the king was filled with pride in showing off his kingdom, while the beggar, who had nothing, was able to rejoice in the king's good fortune."
99. Rivers: "It receives beautiful water from the rivers, and the water goes dank."
100. Road: “There are some truly amazing drivers on the road!”
101. Rock: "As the Dalai Lama has described it, if we see a person who is being crushed by a rock, the goal is not to get under the rock and feel what they are feeling; it is to help to remove the rock."
102. Room: “'Now this is my—how do you say—living room, a prayer room,' the Dalai Lama explained."
107. School's (possessive form, not plural): "... the Tibetan Dalai even Children's Lama before to we have Village, could time see we to visit could it in the their feel school, faces. the and the fact that he was bringing his honored guest made the event a landmark in the school's history."
109. Shook: "The Archbishop looked upward and shook his head. 'No, that's too much.'”
110. Sign: "The size of the khata one gives is a sign of the esteem that one holds for the recipient, high lamas receiving the longest ones."
111. Sky: "Let them float through your mind like clouds in the sky."
113. Song: "As our motorcade approached, we heard the children's soaring voices, their welcome song high-pitched and plaintive, yet indomitable and joyful."
117. Spirit: "Maybe this generosity of the spirit is the truest expression of spiritual development, of what the Archbishop had ..."
118. Stand: "If the Dalai Lama is able to find things in his exile that he is grateful for, will he be less willing to stand up to the Chinese occupation of Tibet?"
119. Street: "It has often amazed me that one day I can walk down the street feeling judgmental and critical of others, and I will feel separate and lonely, and the next day I can walk down the same street with more openhearted acceptance and compassion ..."
122. Symphony & 141. Way: "The van tried to inch its way through the traffic-choked streets of Amritsar as a symphony of car horns played, the mass of cars, pedestrians, bicycles, scooters, and animals all jostling for position."
123. Take: "Yet scientists have found that the more we experience any pleasure, the more we become numb to its effects and take its pleasures for granted."
125. Tears: "Yongzin Lhamo stopped and broke down in tears, unable to even start her story; the fact that she had to leave her family was all that really mattered."
126. Tell: "“Well, I would certainly tell him that I was deeply hurt by how he treated my mother when he was drunk.”
131. Times: "Although they had met only half a dozen times, the men shared a bond that transcended these brief visits, and each considered the other his 'mischievous spiritual brother.'"
132. Tiny: "On the roof is a balcony where the Dalai Lama can take a morning constitutional and look out at his beloved greenhouse filled with purple, pink, and white delphiniums and marigolds, bursting like tiny suns."
133. Trees: "As we approached this former British hill station, we could see the green carpet of pine trees and agricultural fields below."
136. Up: "What is it, I wondered, about spiritual leaders that they are always getting up early to pray and meditate?"
137. Wake: "I asked the Dalai Lama what it was like to wake up with joy, and he shared his experience each morning."
138. Walk: "The Archbishop takes a morning meditation walk or constitutional each morning, and he continued to do so throughout the anti-apartheid struggle, even when he experienced death threats."
139. Wall: "We walked silently for half an hour when the walkway abruptly ended at a wall."
140. Watching & 142. We & 143. Were: "Like everything we had just read about generosity, we who were there—and all who were watching the live stream around the world—would ..."
151. Wonderful: "And yet when people come to you, they experience someone who has a wonderful serentiy...a wonderful compassion..."
152. Working: "All who were working on filming the interviews were invited to join these daily teas and lunches."


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Suzanne (esmerelda1) | 491 comments Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass, #1) by Sarah J. Maas
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas - ***** - 6/5/2018 - 454 Pages
8. Beat:
“I'm going to kill him,” she breathed. “No, you're not. Ifyou want to shut him up, then beat him." Page 81
15. Candle: "She pushed again, the candle flickering in her hand."
18. Control: "Celaena struggled to control her breathing."
23. Dancer: "She was moving fast—fast like a dancer in a temple ritual, fast like a snake in the ..."
29. Entertainment: "Since I am deprived of company and entertainment, this act of kindness is the least someone of your importance could deign to bestow upon a lowly, miserable wretch such as I."
31. Explain: “Someday I will explain why.”
32. Eyed: "Celaena eyed the pianoforte."
42. Goodbye: “Not that I care. Goodbye, Celaena.”
43. Hanging: "He should be hanging from the gallows."
53. I'm: "When I play, I'm not...for once, I'm not destroying." Page 230
56. Iron: "There were no guards, and no locks, save for the iron fence that hovered over the surface, raised just enough to allow trash to pass through."
59. Killer: "So she spent her spare time researching the Wyrdmarks, desperate for a way to decipher them, to find those symbols, to learn what it all meant, and how it connected to the killer and the killer's beast."
60. Killing: "She could have done anything to survive, but she chose killing."
63. Letter: “I sent a letter to your princeling, asking for permission to borrow books from the library."
64. Little: "But now, standing before Dorian Havilliard as little more than a gutter rat!"
67. Loud: "Celaena let out a loud gasp to get Chaol's attention before she slowed to a stop, and braced her hands against a tree trunk."
73. Maybe: "They'd stopped coming to her when she'd first drawn blood from another human being. Maybe Nox."
74. Melody: "Gingerly, with one hand, she tapped out a simple, slow melody on the higher keys."
77. Moon: "The moon was almost blinding, so bright the stars were barely visible."
79. Motion & 98. Put: "She found her legs weak when Chaol put a hand on her back to motion her to rise."
82. Nowhere: "She'd seen Nehemia's rooms; there were no signs ofa demon beast lurking about, and nowhere in the castle where she could— Celaena's eyes rose from the book."
97. Proud: "She should be proud that she'd kept it hidden from most of the world, but..."
104. Ruby: "The leaves dangled like jewels—tiny droplets of ruby, pearl, topaz, amethyst, emerald, and garnet; and a carpet of such riches coated the forest floor around ..."
105. Run: "And I want her to run—run with the other dogs when they're practicing."
112. Softly: “I can imagine a great deal,” Nehemia said softly.
114. Soul: "'It seems like you have a soul,' he teased."
116. Spell: "As if those words broke the spell that had been holding the princess in place, Nehemia rushed into her arms."
135. Unchained: "Crimson flags depicting gold wyverns flapped in the wind above the capital city, the cobblestone streets were cleared oftraflic, and Celaena, unchained, dressed, painted, and seated in front of Chaol, frowned as the odor of the city met her..."
144. What's: "What's in there?"
145. Whipping: “I arrived in Endovier, and they dragged me into the center of the camp, and tied me between the whipping posts."
148. Wind: "Darkness rippled around Cain like shreds of clothing in the wind."
149. Wing: "The Crown Prince lived up to his word. Her chambers were in a wing of the stone castle, and much bigger than she anticipated."
153. World: "She should be proud that she'd kept it hidden from most of the world, but..."
154. Yellow: "The king smiled, his crooked teeth glowing yellow in the firelight."

Daisy and the Girl Scouts The Story of Juliette Gordon Low by Fern G. Brown
Daisy and the Girl Scouts: The Story of Juliette Gordon Low by Fern G. Brown - **** - 6/7/2018 - 108 Pages
13. Brick:
"By 1837, the John Harris Kinzies were happily settled in their new brick home at the corner of Cass and Michigan Streets."
58. Jane: "Jane couldn't believe her ears. Of all Daisy's impossible plans, this was the worst."
70. Maps: "She taught them how to administer first aid, tie knots, and read maps."

Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro
Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro - **** - 6/8/2018 - 288 Pages
12. Blues:
"The paintings too – mostly oils in deep blues and greens – had sea themes." Page 149
90. Plastic: "I could see, flapping about, torn plastic sheeting and bits of old carrier bags." Page 287
108. Sexy: "Not in a sexy way. More like they used to do when we were little." Page 109
134. Tuesday: "At the Sale last Tuesday,' I said. 'I was just looking through the book. You know, the register thing." Page 54

Kiss an Angel by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Kiss an Angel by Susan Elizabeth Phillips - ***** - 6/11/2018 - 384 Pages
75. Misunderstood:
“You misunderstand. I'll pay you back as soon as I have access to my trust." Page 15
121. Sue: "A beautiful house, tacky clothes, Sue Ellen and J.R. cavorting around the swimming pool." Page 22

Foundation (Foundation #1) by Isaac Asimov
Foundation by Isaac Asimov - *** - 6/12/2018 - 244 Pages
7. Barefoot:
"Poly Verisof had had occasion to act on that advice more than once for he was not in the fourteenth year of his double status on Anacreon - a double status the upkeep of which reminded him often and unpleasantly of a dance performed barefoot on hot metal." Page 95

Wicked The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West (The Wicked Years, #1) by Gregory Maguire
Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West by Gregory Maguire - **** - 6/16/2018 - 406 Pages
20. Cries:
"There were racking cries from the mother Bear, and then a silence in the world outside the heavy damask drapes." p. 248
33. Fake: "Who had engendered this Time Dragon, this fake oracle, this propaganda tool for wickedness that challenged the power of unionism and of the Unnamed God?" p. 14
49. Highway: "They to plan the highway." p. 65
120. Subterranean: "They said that hidden subterranean lakes underlay the Vinkus region, that water resources there could serve the whole of Oz." p. 130
130. Ticket: “'Would you be so kind as to reach my ticket, it’s in the overhead,' he said." p. 78

Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin
Elsewhere by Gabrielle Zevin - **** - 10/19/2019 - 277 Pages
106. Runaround:
"Look how they can sniff rear ends and chase balls and run around in circles!"

Red Queen (Red Queen, #1) by Victoria Aveyard
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard - **** - 10/22/2019 - 383 Pages
47. Heartbreaker:
"A real heartbreaker, that one.” Bree had a reputation around the village before he left."

My First Five Husbands... And the Ones Who Got Away by Rue McClanahan
My First Five Husbands... And the Ones Who Got Away by Rue McClanahan - *** - 10/27/2019 - 352 Pages
51. Homesick:
"I thought that was awfully clever, and the tenderness of the gesture made me homesick." Page 51
71. Marquee: "Broadway producers are happy to have a big Hollywood name they can post on the marquee, but most of them assume that television and film stars really can't handle stage work." Page 190

Here and Now and Then by Mike Chen
Here and Now and Then by Mike Chen - ***** - 11/13/2019 - 336 Pages
1. Alison:
“Miranda Alison Stewart. Born January 2, 2006, in Oakland, California. Let’s see how Ms. Stewart lived, shall we?" Loc 2370

Even White Trash Zombies Get the Blues (White Trash Zombie, #2) by Diana Rowland
Even White Trash Zombies Get the Blues by Diana Rowland - ***** - 12/7/2019 - 312 Pages
26. Detectives:
"At least he consistently treated me like a person—unlike some of the other detectives at the sheriff’s office." Page 114

The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo
The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo - ***** - 12/9/2019 - 368 Pages
45. Harlem:
"The summer is made for stoop-sitting and since it's the last week before school starts, harlem is opening its eyes to September."

Storm Cursed (Mercy Thompson, #11) by Patricia Briggs
Storm Cursed by Patricia Briggs - ***** - 12/11/2019 - 368 Pages
5. Baba:
"I supposed if Baba Yaga was fae, it was only fair that some of the stories about the fae were really about witches." Page 155
76. Mojo: "Zombies took serious mojo—I knew that much." Page 63
115. Spanish: "A young, very blond deputy, who had remained quiet, said a few words in liquid Spanish." Page 53

Love and Lists (Chocoholics, #1) by Tara Sivec
Love and Lists by Tara Sivec - *** - 12/17/2019 - 254 Pages
84. Ohio:
"Is it still illegal to have sex with trees in Ohio?" Page 66

19. Cortez
61. La Bamba
65. Loco
86. O'Riley
95. Pretender
103. Roxanne
124. Teardrops


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Still need to find ...

Cortez
Heartbreaker
LaBamba
O'Riley
Pretender (lots of pretends, pretending, pretended)
Roxanne
Runaround
Teardrops
Unchained


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That is pretty awesome progress, Karen!


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Teri-K | 58 comments I need Loco, Runaround, Heartbreaker, O'Riley and La Bamba.

I've found run-around and O'Reilly's but I'm still looking for the real words. I didn't think heartbreaker would be that hard, but I haven't hit it yet. Plus, I read Westerns occasionally and thought loco would be easy, but it hasn't popped up yet. :)


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Ed Lehman | 2348 comments I still need 13 words:

baba
cortez
detectives
harlem
heartbreaker
highway
homesick
la bamba
mojo
O'Riley
runaround
teardrops
unchained


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You all are dong great!


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Teri-K | 58 comments I found "heartbreakers" plural. I'm going to save it, figuring that it will work if I don't find the singular by the time I'm done with the challenge. Is that correct, Jingles? I don't want to make unwarranted assumptions. :)


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Yes, Teri-K, I'll take the plural.


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Welcome to the challenge, Gabi! You are over half way there!


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Karen wrote: "Still need to find ...

Cortez
LaBamba
O'Riley
Pretender (lots of pretends, pretending, pretended)
Roxanne
Runaround
Teardrops
Unchained"


No luck in July. Maybe August? lol


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Hang in there, Karen! You are very good at finding those elusive words.


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Ed Lehman | 2348 comments I'm down to looking for just 7 words now:

heartbreaker
la bamba
mojo
O'Riley
runaround
teardrops
unchained


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That's really awesome, Ed! You are really good at finding the hard words as well.

I always think of you, Karen and Denise every time I work on one of these challenges in the set up stage because it's pretty hard to trick you three. No matter what I come up with, the three of you seem to find it :)


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Lizz (Beer, Books and Boos) | 43 comments Song Title Word Search #2
9/1/18-8/31/19
Words 13/154
Books 1

WORDS:
1. Alison
3. Amazed
5. Baba
14. California
15. Candle
16. Comfortably
17. Complete
18. Control
19. Cortez
20. Cries
21. Cross
22. Crying
23. Dancer
25. Deep
26. Detectives
27. Dreams
28. End
29. Entertainment
30. Europe
31. Explain
32. Eyed
33. Fake
34. Fall
36. Fighting
37. Fools
38. For
39. Friends
40. From
41. Gold
42. Goodbye
41. Great
42. Handsome
43. Hanging
44. Harder
45. Harlem
46. Heart
47. Heartbreaker
48. Here
49. Highway
50. Hit
51. Homesick
52. Horses
53. I'm
54. Imagination
55. In
56. Iron
57. Jack
59. Killer
60. Killing
61. La Bamba
62. Let
63. Letter
64. Little
65. Loco
66. Lonely
67. Loud
68. Machine
69. Make
70. Maps
71. Marquee
72. Mary
73. Maybe
74. Melody
75. Misunderstood
76. Mojo
77. Moon
78. More
79. Motion
80. My
81. Need
82. Nowhere
83. Numb
84. Ohio
85. One
86. O'Riley
87. Out
88. Personal
89. Piece
90. Plastic
91. Post
92. Power
93. Prayer
94. Precious
95. Pretender
96. Pride
97. Proud
98. Put
99. Rivers
100. Road
101. Rock
102. Room
103. Roxanne
104. Ruby
105. Run
106. Runaround
107. School's (possessive form, not plural)
108. Sexy
109. Shook
110. Sign
111. Sky
112. Softly
113. Song
114. Soul
115. Spanish
116. Spell
117. Spirit
118. Stand
119. Street
120. Subterranean
121. Sue
122. Symphony
123. Take
124. Teardrops
125. Tears
126. Tell
127. That
128. Think
129. This
130. Ticket
131. Times
132. Tiny
133. Trees
134. Tuesday
135. Unchained
136. Up
137. Wake
138. Walk
139. Wall
140. Watching
141. Way
142. We
143. Were
144. What's
145. Whipping
146. Wild
147. Will
148. Wind
149. Wing
150. Wish
151. Wonderful
152. Working
153. World
154. Yellow

Skinwalker (Jane Yellowrock, #1) by Faith Hunter
Skinwalker by Faith Hunter 1/16/19
Words 13
All Page 216
The earth all around the chapel-that-was-not was studded with white marble crypts
Another Page 18
pushing up for a second handhold, another toehold.
Bad Page 122
Adrenaline faded; I was hurting. Throbbing. Bad
Barefoot Page 19
I gathered up my belongings and, barefoot, unlocked the door with the smaller key on the big key ring.
Beat Page 92
Drums, softy beating, a four-beat rhythm, the first beat strong.
Beautiful Page 39
"And beautiful" he said "Don' forget beautiful, you."
Bitter Page 121
His tone was bitter and his smile was full of shadows and mockery
Black Page 35
Black eyes looked at me through a tiny clear pane.
Brick Page 18
the brick warm beneath my bare feet as scrutinized the garden
Flight Page 213
My heart raced, a heart meant to power flight.
Blues Page 169
He ducked into a side door of the Royal Mojo Blues Company.
Jane Page 3
"Not really. Tell Katie that Jane Yellowrock is here."
Dancing Page 107
"Dancing?" He couldn't quite keep the startled tone out if his voice.


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Welcome, Lizz!


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Jess Penhallow | 33 comments Song Title Word Search #2
9/1/18-8/31/19
Words 0/154
Books 0

WORDS:
1. Alison
2. All
3. Amazed
4. Another
5. Baba
6. Bad
7. Barefoot
8. Beat
9. Beautiful
10. Bitter
11. Black
12. Blues
13. Brick
14. California
15. Candle
16. Comfortably
17. Complete
18. Control
19. Cortez
20. Cries
21. Cross
22. Crying
23. Dancer
24. Dancing
25. Deep
26. Detectives
27. Dreams
28. End
29. Entertainment
30. Europe
31. Explain
32. Eyed
33. Fake
34. Fall
35. Fight
36. Fighting
37. Fools
38. For
39. Friends
40. From
41. Gold
42. Goodbye
41. Great
42. Handsome
43. Hanging
44. Harder
45. Harlem
46. Heart
47. Heartbreaker
48. Here
49. Highway
50. Hit
51. Homesick
52. Horses
53. I'm
54. Imagination
55. In
56. Iron
57. Jack
58. Jane
59. Killer
60. Killing
61. La Bamba
62. Let
63. Letter
64. Little
65. Loco
66. Lonely
67. Loud
68. Machine
69. Make
70. Maps
71. Marquee
72. Mary
73. Maybe
74. Melody
75. Misunderstood
76. Mojo
77. Moon
78. More
79. Motion
80. My
81. Need
82. Nowhere
83. Numb
84. Ohio
85. One
86. O'Riley
87. Out
88. Personal
89. Piece
90. Plastic
91. Post
92. Power
93. Prayer
94. Precious
95. Pretender
96. Pride
97. Proud
98. Put
99. Rivers
100. Road
101. Rock
102. Room
103. Roxanne
104. Ruby
105. Run
106. Runaround
107. School's (possessive form, not plural)
108. Sexy
109. Shook
110. Sign
111. Sky
112. Softly
113. Song
114. Soul
115. Spanish
116. Spell
117. Spirit
118. Stand
119. Street
120. Subterranean
121. Sue
122. Symphony
123. Take
124. Teardrops
125. Tears
126. Tell
127. That
128. Think
129. This
130. Ticket
131. Times
132. Tiny
133. Trees
134. Tuesday
135. Unchained
136. Up
137. Wake
138. Walk
139. Wall
140. Watching
141. Way
142. We
143. Were
144. What's
145. Whipping
146. Wild
147. Will
148. Wind
149. Wing
150. Wish
151. Wonderful
152. Working
153. World
154. Yellow


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