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message 1: by Lanelle, Production Chief (new)

Lanelle | 15510 comments Mod
Each month in 2018 we'll focus on a specific drink. This month is water.

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Here’s a guide for all those wondering what is a sparkling water and how does it differ from the regular mineral varieties.

Duration: July 1 - 31, 2018
No page limit. Re-reads and audio books are okay.
mc = main character

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

Tap water
you get it directly from your faucet - read a book that you already own
it must meet the regulations set by the local municipal bodies - read a book published by a major company
it is widely used for household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and washing clothes - listen to an audio book (so you can do your chores at the same time :)

Mineral water
water that naturally contains minerals - read a book where the female mc does not wear makeup
also cannot be subjected to any treatment - read a book that may not have been edited
the water has a characteristic salty taste - read a book where the mc goes to the ocean (or the Great Salt Lake :)

Spring water
rainwater accumulated underground tends to “leak” out at the surface - read a book that might make you cry
it is not passed through a community water system - read a book set in a rural place
considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground - read a book that shows ground on the cover

Well water
water trickles down and travels through the inner crevices of the soil - read a book that has been recommended to you
forms underground lakes - read a book where the mc goes underground
one of the primary sources of water - read the 1st book in a series

Purified water
has undergone purification treatment in a plant - read a book that you know has gone through an editor
removed all bacteria, contaminants and dissolved solids - read a book where the mc gets very sick
You can purchase it from the markets - read a bestseller

Distilled water
all its minerals and salts has been removed - read a book that does not qualify for any other challenge
it is an absolutely pure form of water - re-read one of your favorite books
it is not typically recommended for drinking - read a book where the mc gets very thirsty

Sparkling water
the water that has undergone carbonation - read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' or 'O'
makes your water fizzy just like your sodas - read a book where the mc drinks a soda
you may have encountered waiters in your favorite restaurant asking your preference of water - read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living


message 2: by Elle (last edited Jul 31, 2018 06:17PM) (new)

Elle (elleay) | 300 comments I'll Drink to That! - Water
Level: A Full Glass - read 6 or more books

Completed: 10/6+

Tap water
Read a book that you already own
Read a book published by a major company
Magic Slays | Ilona Andrews - 7/6
Listen to an audio book
The BFG | Roald Dahl - 7/30

Mineral water
Read a book where the female MC does not wear makeup
Flunked | Jen Calonita - 7/4
Read a book that may not have been edited
The Hardest Fall | Ella Maise - 7/20
Read a book where the MC goes to the ocean
She Rides Shotgun: A Novel | Jordan Harper - 7/18

Spring water
Read a book that might make you cry
Circe | Madeline Miller - 7/24
Read a book set in a rural place
Read a book that shows ground on the cover

Well water
Read a book that has been recommended to you
Read a book where the MC goes underground
Strength | Jaymin Eve - 7/31
Read the 1st book in a series
First Year | Rachel E. Carter - 7/16

Purified water
Read a book that you know has gone through an editor
Chimes at Midnight | Seanan McGuire - 7/11
Read a book where the MC gets very sick
Read a bestseller

Distilled water
Read a book that does not qualify for any other challenge
Re-read one of your favorite books
Read a book where the MC gets very thirsty

Sparkling water
Read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' or 'O'
Read a book where the MC drinks a soda
Under Locke | Mariana Zapata - 7/8
Read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living


message 3: by Barbara ★ (last edited Jul 21, 2018 11:09AM) (new)

Barbara ★ | 1967 comments July I'll drink to That! - water

READ: 10/6

Tap water
✔you get it directly from your faucet - read a book that you already own
Out of Mind - Catherine Sampson 7/17

✔it is widely used for household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and washing clothes - listen to an audio book (so you can do your chores at the same time :)
The Heist - Janet Evanovich 7/5
Out of Mind by Catherine Sampson The Heist (Fox and O'Hare, #1) by Janet Evanovich

Spring water
✔considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground - read a book that shows ground on the cover
Flying by the Seat of My Knickers - Eliza Watson 7/18
Flying by the Seat of My Knickers (The Travel Mishaps of Caity Shaw, Book 1) by Eliza Watson

Well water
✔forms underground lakes - read a book where the mc goes underground
No Good Duke Goes Unpunished - Sarah MacLean (hero lives underground) 7/9

✔one of the primary sources of water - read the 1st book in a series
Abducting Abby - S.E. Smith 7/2
No Good Duke Goes Unpunished (The Rules of Scoundrels, #3) by Sarah MacLean Abducting Abby (Dragon Lords of Valdier, #1) by S.E. Smith

Purified water
✔has undergone purification treatment in a plant - read a book that you know has gone through an editor
Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Dragon - Kerrelyn Sparks 7/7

✔You can purchase it from the markets - read a bestseller
The Darkest Warrior - Gena Showalter 7/7
Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Dragon (The Embraced, #3) by Kerrelyn Sparks The Darkest Warrior (Lords of the Underworld, #14) by Gena Showalter

Distilled water
✔all its minerals and salts has been removed - read a book that does not qualify for any other challenge
Crouching Buzzard, Leaping Loon - Donna Andrews 7/13

✔it is not typically recommended for drinking - read a book where the mc gets very thirsty
Whispers in the Dark - LeTeisha Newton (tortured/water withheld) 7/19
Crouching Buzzard, Leaping Loon (Meg Langslow, #4) by Donna Andrews Whispers in the Dark (Dark Romance) by LeTeisha Newton

Sparkling water
✔you may have encountered waiters in your favorite restaurant asking your preference of water - read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living
Catering to Nobody - Diane Mott Davidson 7/4
Catering to Nobody (A Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery, #1) by Diane Mott Davidson

CHALLENGE COMPLETE


message 4: by JoAnne (last edited Jul 30, 2018 08:46PM) (new)

JoAnne (joannemwct) | 2472 comments Duration: July 1 - 31, 2018
No page limit. Re-reads and audio books are okay.

How much do you want to "drink"?
a full glass - read 6 or more books

Read 14

Tap water
you get it directly from your faucet - read a book that you already own
Your Biggest Fan? by Sydney Aaliyah Michelle Your Biggest Fan? (Fan Series #1) by Sydney Aaliyah Michelle 7/30/18 3stars

it must meet the regulations set by the local municipal bodies - read a book published by a major company
When We Found Home by Susan Mallery When We Found Home by Susan Mallery 7/4/18 5stars (HQN)

Mineral water
water that naturally contains minerals - read a book where the female mc does not wear makeup
Aly's House by Leila Meacham Aly's House by Leila Meacham 7/22/18 3stars (Aly until she grew into her own skin)

the water has a characteristic salty taste - read a book where the mc goes to the ocean (or the Great Salt Lake :)
Lost and Found Sisters (Wildstone, #1) by Jill Shalvis Lost and Found Sisters (Wildstone #1) by Jill Shalvis 7/6/18 4stars (paperback page 25 - A woman sat behind the wheel and stared out at the dunes and the ocean. (Mick was there with his dog and Quinn pulled in))

Spring water
rainwater accumulated underground tends to “leak” out at the surface - read a book that might make you cry
Ryan's Hand by Leila Meacham Ryan's Hand by Leila Meacham 7/11/18 5stars (had tears flowing throughout)

it is not passed through a community water system - read a book set in a rural place
Cowboy SEAL Redemption (Navy SEAL Cowboys, #2) by Nicole Helm Cowboy SEAL Redemption (Navy SEAL Cowboys #2) by Nicole Helm 7/3/18 4stars (Blue Sky, Montana)

considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground - read a book that shows ground on the cover
Wild Deadwood Tales by E.E. Burke Wild Deadwood Tales by E.E. Burke, Zoe Blake, Paty Jager, Teresa Keefer, Megan Kelly, Sylvia McDaniel, Amanda McIntyre, Peggy McKenzie, Angi Morgan, Nancy Naigle, Jacqui Nelson, Terri Osburn, Ginger Ring, Maggie Ryan, Lizbeth Selvig, Tina Susedik, A.C. Wilson 7/13/18 4.5stars (at the rodeo)

Well water
forms underground lakes - read a book where the mc goes underground
The Summer Wives by Beatriz Williams The Summer Wives by Beatriz Williams 7/8/18 4stars(Joseph when he breaks out of prison)

one of the primary sources of water - read the 1st book in a series
The Mistress of Pennington's Can a woman succeed in a man's world? by Rachel Brimble The Mistress of Pennington's: Can a woman succeed in a man's world? (The Pennington's Department Store series #1) by Rachel Brimble 7/16/18 4stars

Purified water
has undergone purification treatment in a plant - read a book that you know has gone through an editor
Why Not Tonight (Happily Inc., #3) by Susan Mallery Why Not Tonight (Happily Inc. #3) by Susan Mallery 7/18/18 4stars (HQN)

removed all bacteria, contaminants and dissolved solids - read a book where the mc gets very sick
Crowning Design by Leila Meacham Crowning Design by Leila Meacham 7/14/18 3stars (Deborah - migraines)

Distilled water
it is not typically recommended for drinking - read a book where the mc gets very thirsty
Not Quite Over You (Happily Inc., #4) by Susan Mallery Not Quite Over You (Happily Inc. #4) by Susan Mallery 7/21/18 4stars (Drew after working out)

Sparkling water
the water that has undergone carbonation - read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' or 'O'
Fight for You by Nina Crespo Fight for You (The Kingman Brothers #2) by Nina Crespo 7/7/18 4stars

makes your water fizzy just like your sodas - read a book where the mc drinks a soda
Do You Take This Cowboy? by Stephanie Berget by Stephanie Berget, Melissa Keir, Lyssa Layne, Robin Deeter, Ann Anders, Paty Jager, D'Ann Lindun 7/27/18 4.5stars (Ruby and Dillon in Wrong Cowboy to Love by Paty Jager)


message 5: by Nicole (last edited Aug 01, 2018 06:53AM) (new)

Nicole P I'll Drink To That! Water

Level:a Full glass (6 or more books)

15/6+ books read

Tap Water
1. You get it directly from your faucet - read a book that you already own.
💧 Hard Hitter by Sarina Bowen (01/07) ★★★★

2. It must meet the regulations set by the local municipal bodies - read a book published by a major company.
💧 Hot Asset by Lauren Layne (03/07) ★★★★

3. It is widely used for household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and washing clothes - listen to an audio book (so you can do your chores at the same time :)
💧 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling (13/07) ★★★★★

Hard Hitter (Brooklyn Bruisers #2) by Sarina Bowen Hot Asset (21 Wall Street, #1) by Lauren Layne Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Harry Potter #4) by J.K. Rowling

Mineral water
1. Water that naturally contains minerals - read a book where the female mc does not wear makeup.
💧 Imperfect Chemistry by Mary Frame (02/07) ★★★

2. Also cannot be subjected to any treatment - read a book that may not have been edited.
💧 Ruthless Protector by Sherilee Gray (03/07) ★★★

3. The water has a characteristic salty taste - read a book where the mc goes to the ocean (or the Great Salt Lake :).
💧
Imperfect Chemistry (Imperfect, #1) by Mary Frame Ruthless Protector (Lawless Kings, #4) by Sherilee Gray

Spring Water
1. Rainwater accumulated underground tends to “leak” out at the surface - read a book that might make you cry.
💧 Getting Schooled by Emma Chase (19/07) ★★★★

2. It is not passed through a community water system - read a book set in a rural place.
💧 His Make-Believe Bride by Frankie Love (05/07) ★★

3. Considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground - read a book that shows ground on the cover.
💧

Getting Schooled (Getting Some, #1) by Emma Chase His Make-Believe Bride by Frankie Love

Well Water
1. Water trickles down and travels through the inner crevices of the soil - read a book that has been recommended to you.
💧The Billionaire’s Wake-up-call Girl by Annika Martin (12/07) ★★★★

2. Forms underground lakes - read a book where the mc goes underground.
💧 Grey Sister by Mark Lawrence (22/07) ★★★★

3. One of the primary sources of water - read the 1st book in a series.
💧 Delivery Girl by Lily Kate (01/07) ★★

The Billionaire’s Wake-up-call Girl by Annika Martin Grey Sister (Book of the Ancestor, #2) by Mark Lawrence Delivery Girl (Minnesota Ice, #1) by Lily Kate

Purified Water
1. Has undergone purification treatment in a plant - read a book that you know has gone through an editor.
💧 Under My Hat: Tales from the Cauldron by Jonathan Strahan (07/07) ★★★

2. Removed all bacteria, contaminants and dissolved solids - read a book where the mc gets very sick.
💧

3. You can purchase it from the markets - read a bestseller.
💧 Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas (25/07) ★★★★

Under My Hat Tales from the Cauldron by Jonathan Strahan Throne of Glass (Throne of Glass, #1) by Sarah J. Maas

Distilled Water
1. All its minerals and salts has been removed - read a book that does not qualify for any other challenge.
💧

2. It is an absolutely pure form of water - re-read one of your favorite books.
💧Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J.K. Rowling (31/07) ★★★★

3. It is not typically recommended for drinking - read a book where the mc gets very thirsty.
💧 ROMANCE: Dragon Heat by Ella J. Phoenix (23/07) ★★★★

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Harry Potter, #5) by J.K. Rowling Dragon Heat (Dragon Heat #1) by Ella J. Phoenix

Sparkling Water
1. The water that has undergone carbonation - read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' or 'O'.
💧

2. Makes your water fizzy just like your sodas - read a book where the mc drinks a soda.
💧

3. You may have encountered waiters in your favorite restaurant asking your preference of water - read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living.
💧 Sweet Spot by Tess Oliver (06/07) ★★★ - female MC is a pastry chef.

Sweet Spot (Plaything, #2) by Tess Oliver


message 6: by Slytherpuff (last edited Jul 29, 2018 03:18PM) (new)

Slytherpuff Read a book that you already own
Read a book published by a major company
Listen to an audio book (so you can do your chores at the same time
Read a book where the female mc does not wear makeup-Sing, Unburied, Sing
Read a book that may not have been edited
Read a book where the mc goes to the ocean (or the Great Salt Lake)
Read a book that might make you cry
Read a book set in a rural place
Read a book that shows ground on the cover- Gray Mountain
Read a book that has been recommended to you- Eclipse
Read a book where the mc goes underground- The Underground Railroad
Read the 1st book in a series
Read a book that you know has gone through an editor
Read a book where the mc gets very sick- Breaking Dawn
Read a bestseller
Read a book that does not qualify for any other challenge
Re-read one of your favorite books
Read a book where the mc gets very thirsty
Read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' or 'O'
Read a book where the mc drinks a soda- That Summer
Read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living


message 7: by Life Without Frank (last edited Jul 29, 2018 03:47PM) (new)

Life Without Frank (sabai30705) July I'll Drink to That! Water
Read: 5 / 6

a full glass - read 6 or more books

Tap water
✔️ you get it directly from your faucet - read a book that you already own - Truthful Change by Jane Davitt 07/09/2018 ✨✨✨✨✨
it must meet the regulations set by the local municipal bodies - read a book published by a major company
it is widely used for household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and washing clothes - listen to an audio book

Mineral water
water that naturally contains minerals - read a book where the female mc does not wear makeup
also cannot be subjected to any treatment - read a book that may not have been edited
✔️ the water has a characteristic salty taste - read a book where the mc goes to the ocean (or the Great Salt Lake :) - Enslaved by a King by Anitra Lynn McLeod 07/28/2018 ✨✨✨✨

Spring water
✔️ rainwater accumulated underground tends to “leak” out at the surface - read a book that might make you cry - One Man's Trash by Marie Sexton 07/11/2018 ✨✨✨✨✨
it is not passed through a community water system - read a book set in a rural place
considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground - read a book that shows ground on the cover

Well water
water trickles down and travels through the inner crevices of the soil - read a book that has been recommended to you
forms underground lakes - read a book where the mc goes underground
✔️ one of the primary sources of water - read the 1st book in a series - Screw Santa by Joyee Flynn 07/27/2018 ✨✨✨✨

Purified water
has undergone purification treatment in a plant - read a book that you know has gone through an editor
removed all bacteria, contaminants and dissolved solids - read a book where the mc gets very sick
You can purchase it from the markets - read a bestseller

Distilled water
all its minerals and salts has been removed - read a book that does not qualify for any other challenge
it is an absolutely pure form of water - re-read one of your favorite books
it is not typically recommended for drinking - read a book where the mc gets very thirsty

Sparkling water
✔️ the water that has undergone carbonation - read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' or 'O' - Metamorphosis & Convalescence by Casper Graham 07/29/2018 ✨✨✨✨
makes your water fizzy just like your sodas - read a book where the mc drinks a soda
you may have encountered waiters in your favorite restaurant asking your preference of water - read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living


message 8: by Meg (last edited Jul 31, 2018 11:10AM) (new)

Meg (makeli2) | 1157 comments Full glass - 6+ books

Tap water

✔ you get it directly from your faucet - read a book that you already own
Jenna Bennett - Bad Debt (Savannah Martin Mysteries #14) by Jenna Bennett Bad Debt 7/16

✔ it must meet the regulations set by the local municipal bodies - read a book published by a major company

Laura Levin - Death of a Bachelorette (A Jaine Austen Mystery #15) by Laura Levine Death of a Bachelorette 7/14

✔ it is widely used for household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and washing clothes - listen to an audio book (so you can do your chores at the same time :)
J D Robb - Calculated In Death by J.D. Robb Calculated In Death - audio completed 7/31

Mineral water

✔ water that naturally contains minerals - read a book where the female mc does not wear makeup
Christy Murphy - Mango Cake and Murder (Mom and Christy's Mysteries #1) by Christy Murphy Mango Cake and Murder 7/7

✔ also cannot be subjected to any treatment - read a book that may not have been edited
Tim Meyers - Innkeeping with Murder (Lighthouse Inn Mystery #1) by Tim Myers Innkeeping with Murder 7/2

✔ the water has a characteristic salty taste - read a book where the mc goes to the ocean
Catherine Bruns - Death of the Kona Man (Aloha Lagoon Mysteries #9) by Catherine Bruns Death of the Kona Man 7/24

Spring water

✔ rainwater accumulated underground tends to “leak” out at the surface - read a book that might make you cry
Kathi Daley - Finding Answers - Finding Answers (Rescue Alaska Mystery #2) by Kathi Daley Finding Answers 7/11

✔ it is not passed through a community water system - read a book set in a rural place
Ellen Carlsen - The Chihuahua Affair by Ellen Carlsen The Chihuahua Affair 7/22

✔ considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground - read a book that shows ground on the cover
Carlene O'Neil - One Foot in the Grape (Cypress Cove Mystery, #1) by Carlene O'Neil One Foot in the Grape 7/17

Well water

✔ water trickles down and travels through the inner crevices of the soil - read a book that has been recommended to you
Rhys Bowen - Queen of Hearts (Her Royal Spyness Mysteries, #8) by Rhys Bowen Queen of Hearts 7/12

✔ forms underground lakes - read a book where the mc goes underground
one of the primary sources of water - read the 1st book in a series
Sadie Hartwell - Yarned and Dangerous (Tangled Web Mystery, #1) by Sadie Hartwell Yarned and Dangerous 7/30

Purified water

✔ has undergone purification treatment in a plant - read a book that you know has gone through an editor
Charlaine Harris - A Bone to Pick (Aurora Teagarden Mystery, #2) by Charlaine Harris A Bone to Pick 7/26

✔ removed all bacteria, contaminants and dissolved solids - read a book where the mc gets very sick
Cleo Coyle - Once Upon a Grind (Coffeehouse Mystery, #14) by Cleo Coyle Once Upon a Grind 7/10

You can purchase it from the markets - read a bestseller

Distilled water
all its minerals and salts has been removed - read a book that does not qualify for any other challenge

✔ it is an absolutely pure form of water - re-read one of your favorite books
Nora Roberts - Rules of the Game by Nora Roberts Rules of the Game 7/21

✔ it is not typically recommended for drinking - read a book where the mc gets very thirsty
Kathi Daley - The Mother's Day Mishap (Tess and Tilly #3) by Kathi Daley The Mother's Day Mishap 7/6

Sparkling water

✔the water that has undergone carbonation - read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' or 'O'
Charlaine Harris - Three Bedrooms, One Corpse (Aurora Teagarden, #3) by Charlaine Harris Three Bedrooms, One Corpse 7/30

✔ makes your water fizzy just like your sodas - read a book where the mc drinks a soda
Dana Rongione - The Delaware Detectives by Dana Rongione The Delaware Detectives 7/2

✔ you may have encountered waiters in your favorite restaurant asking your preference of water - read a book where the mc bakes for a living
Harper Lin - Macaron Murder (Patisserie Mystery #1) by Harper Lin Macaron Murder 7/28


message 9: by Tania (last edited Jul 30, 2018 04:44AM) (new)

Tania | 180 comments COMPLETE
I'll Drink to That! - Water
Duration: July 1 - 31, 2018

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

I'm drinking a full glass - read 6 or more books
Progress: 6/6

Tap water

✓you get it directly from your faucet - read a book that you already own - Bless the Beasts and Children by Glendon Swarthout (finished 7/1), my review is here
it must meet the regulations set by the local municipal bodies - read a book published by a major company
it is widely used for household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and washing clothes - listen to an audio book (so you can do your chores at the same time :)

Mineral water
water that naturally contains minerals - read a book where the female mc does not wear makeup
also cannot be subjected to any treatment - read a book that may not have been edited
the water has a characteristic salty taste - read a book where the mc goes to the ocean (or the Great Salt Lake :)

Spring water
rainwater accumulated underground tends to “leak” out at the surface - read a book that might make you cry
it is not passed through a community water system - read a book set in a rural place
✓considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground - read a book that shows ground on the cover: Raise Heaven and Earth: The Story of Martin Marietta People and Their Pioneering Achievements by William B. Harwood (finished 7/29), in keeping with the title the front cover has the sky and the back cover has the ground, my review is here

Well water
✓water trickles down and travels through the inner crevices of the soil - read a book that has been recommended to you: Rick Steves Italy 2018 by Rick Steves (finished 7/30), when asking for recommendations for the best guidebook for our summer trip this was the overwhelming winner, my review is here
forms underground lakes - read a book where the mc goes underground
one of the primary sources of water - read the 1st book in a series

Purified water
✓has undergone purification treatment in a plant - read a book that you know has gone through an editor - Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond (finished 7/6), my review is here
removed all bacteria, contaminants and dissolved solids - read a book where the mc gets very sick
✓You can purchase it from the markets - read a bestseller - Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J.K. Rowling (finished 7/11), Sept 14 2003, my review is here

Distilled water
all its minerals and salts has been removed - read a book that does not qualify for any other challenge
it is an absolutely pure form of water - re-read one of your favorite books
✓it is not typically recommended for drinking - read a book where the mc gets very thirsty: Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer (finished 7/3), my review is here

Sparkling water
the water that has undergone carbonation - read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' or 'O'
makes your water fizzy just like your sodas - read a book where the mc drinks a soda
you may have encountered waiters in your favorite restaurant asking your preference of water - read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living


message 10: by Suzanne (last edited Jul 25, 2018 01:00PM) (new)

Suzanne (esmerelda1) | 1470 comments The Challenge Factory
I'll Drink to That! - water
Duration:
July 1 - 31, 2018

Progress: 11 out of 12

Each month in 2018 we'll focus on a specific drink. This month is water.

Here’s a guide for all those wondering what is a sparkling water and how does it differ from the regular mineral varieties.

No page limit. Re-reads and audio books are okay.
mc = main character

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

Tap Water
- you get it directly from your faucet - read a book that you already own
Sweet Tea and Sympathy by Molly Harper - ***** - 7/9/2018 - 307 Pages
- it must meet the regulations set by the local municipal bodies - read a book published by a major company
Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue - **** - 7/11/2018 - 380 Pages - Published by Random House
- it is widely used for household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and washing clothes - listen to an audio book (so you can do your chores at the same time :)
News of the World by Paulette Jiles - ***** - 7/8/2018 - 209 Pages

News of the World by Paulette Jiles Sweet Tea and Sympathy (Southern Eclectic, #1) by Molly Harper Behold the Dreamers by Imbolo Mbue

Mineral Water
Water that naturally contains minerals - read a book where the female mc does not wear makeup
The Indigo Girl by Natasha Boyd - ***** - 7/23/2018 - 343 Pages
Also cannot be subjected to any treatment - read a book that may not have been edited
Bream Gives Me Hiccups by Jesse Eisenberg - **** - 7/17/2018 - 273 Pages
The water has a characteristic salty taste - Read a book where the mc goes to the ocean (or the Great Salt Lake :)
Not My Father's Son by Alan Cumming - ***** - 7/25/2018 - 304 Pages

Bream Gives Me Hiccups by Jesse Eisenberg The Indigo Girl by Natasha Boyd Not My Father's Son by Alan Cumming

Spring Water

Rainwater accumulated underground tends to “leak” out at the surface - read a book that might make you cry

It is not passed through a community water system - read a book set in a rural place
Pleasure of a Dark Prince by Kresley Cole - ***** - 7/23/2018 - 431 Pages

Considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground - read a book that shows ground on the cover

Pleasure of a Dark Prince (Immortals After Dark #9) by Kresley Cole

Well water

Water trickles down and travels through the inner crevices of the soil - read a book that has been recommended to you

Forms underground lakes - read a book where the mc goes underground
Grendel by John Gardner - *** - 7/25/2018 - 174 Pages
One of the primary sources of water - read the 1st book in a series
Sugar Daddy by Sawyer Bennett - *** - 7/13/2018 - 220 Pages

Sugar Daddy (Sugar Bowl, #1) by Sawyer Bennett Grendel by John Gardner

Purified Water

has undergone purification treatment in a plant - read a book that you know has gone through an editor

Removed all bacteria, contaminants and dissolved solids - read a book where the mc gets very sick
Still Alice by Lisa Genova - ***** - 7/25/2018 - 292 Pages

You can purchase it from the markets - read a bestseller

Still Alice by Lisa Genova

Distilled Water
all its minerals and salts has been removed - read a book that does not qualify for any other challenge

it is an absolutely pure form of water - re-read one of your favorite books

it is not typically recommended for drinking - read a book where the mc gets very thirsty

Sparkling Water
The water that has undergone carbonation - read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' or 'O'
Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie - **** - 7/18/2018 - 589 Pages

makes your water fizzy just like your sodas - read a book where the mc drinks a soda

you may have encountered waiters in your favorite restaurant asking your preference of water - read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living

Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie


message 11: by Rissa (last edited Aug 04, 2018 09:19PM) (new)

Rissa | 563 comments My spot! :)

You're always so creative, Lanelle!!!!

This month is water.
(Duration: July 1 - 31, 2018
No page limit. Re-reads and audio books are okay.
mc = main character)


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

Tap water
you get it directly from your faucet - read a book that you already own Dim Sum Asylum finished 7/9/2018
it must meet the regulations set by the local municipal bodies - read a book published by a major company
it is widely used for household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and washing clothes - listen to an audio book (so you can do your chores at the same time :)

Mineral water
water that naturally contains minerals - read a book where the female mc does not wear makeup
also cannot be subjected to any treatment - read a book that may not have been edited Secrets & Truths finished 7/11/2018
the water has a characteristic salty taste - read a book where the mc goes to the ocean (or the Great Salt Lake :)

Spring water
rainwater accumulated underground tends to “leak” out at the surface - read a book that might make you cry
it is not passed through a community water system - read a book set in a rural place
considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground - read a book that shows ground on the cover Robby Riverton: Mail Order Bride finished 7/4/2018

Well water
water trickles down and travels through the inner crevices of the soil - read a book that has been recommended to you Out finished 7/5/2018
forms underground lakes - read a book where the mc goes underground
one of the primary sources of water - read the 1st book in a series

Purified water
has undergone purification treatment in a plant - read a book that you know has gone through an editor Slow Heat finished 7/13/2018
removed all bacteria, contaminants and dissolved solids - read a book where the mc gets very sick
You can purchase it from the markets - read a bestseller

Distilled water
all its minerals and salts has been removed - read a book that does not qualify for any other challenge Sleepless finished 7/6/2018
it is an absolutely pure form of water - re-read one of your favorite books
it is not typically recommended for drinking - read a book where the mc gets very thirsty

Sparkling water
the water that has undergone carbonation - read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' or 'O' Out For the Holidays finished 7/5/2018
makes your water fizzy just like your sodas - read a book where the mc drinks a soda
you may have encountered waiters in your favorite restaurant asking your preference of water - read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living


message 12: by Karen ♐ (last edited Jul 22, 2018 05:25PM) (new)

Karen ♐ (kmk1214) | 1953 comments Duration: July 1 - 31, 2018
No page limit. Re-reads and audio books are okay.
mc = main character

How much do you want to "drink"?
a full glass - read 6 or more books


Tap water (view spoiler)
Insidious (Tales from the Dark Side, #1) by Aleatha Romig Strangers in Death (In Death, #26) by J.D. Robb Delirious (Quantum, #6) by M.S. Force

Mineral water (view spoiler)
Wilde Nights in Paradise (Wilde Security, #1) by Tonya Burrows

Spring water (view spoiler)
Wilde Nights in Paradise (Wilde Security, #1) by Tonya Burrows A Rancher's Song (Heart Falls, #2) by Vivian Arend A Gansett Island Christmas (Gansett Island Series, #15.75) by Marie Force

Well water (view spoiler)
The Switch by Sandra Brown Yummy Addictions (The Yummy Trilogy #1) by Belle Davis

Purified water (view spoiler)

Distilled water (view spoiler)
Three Years (Gypsy Brothers, #5) by Lili St. Germain

Sparkling water (view spoiler)
Lost Without You (The Debt, #1) by Molly O'Keefe


message 13: by Katherine (last edited Jul 10, 2018 08:23PM) (new)

Katherine | 256 comments July: I'll Drink to That! - water
How much do you want to "drink"? A full glass - read 6 or more books.

Tap water: (view spoiler)
Fairest of All A Tale of the Wicked Queen by Serena Valentino Lion and the Falcon (Furry United Coalition, #4) by Eve Langlais The Books of Tarzan, Vol 1 (Tarzan, #1-5) by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Mineral water: (view spoiler)
Giant Days #29 by John Allison Doe and the Wolf (Furry United Coalition, #5) by Eve Langlais Magic Knight Rayearth Omnibus by CLAMP
Spring water: (view spoiler)
Junjo Romantica, Volume 11 by Shungiku Nakamura Chobits, Omnibus 1 by CLAMP Barbarian's Prize (Ice Planet Barbarians, #5) by Ruby Dixon
Well water: (view spoiler)
The Unfairest of Them All (Ever After High, #2) by Shannon Hale Kingsman The Secret Service by Mark Millar Boy Tales of Childhood by Roald Dahl
Purified water: (view spoiler)
Junjo Romantica, Volume 12 by Shungiku Nakamura The Loneliest Girl in the Universe by Lauren James How to Seize a Dragon's Jewel (How to Train Your Dragon, #10) by Cressida Cowell
Distilled water: (view spoiler)
Magic Knight Rayearth 2 Omnibus by CLAMP The Purple Girl by Audrey Kane Saga, Vol. 6 (Saga, #6) by Brian K. Vaughan
Sparkling water: (view spoiler)
Spider-Man/Spider-Gwen Sitting in a Tree by Brian Michael Bendis A Demon and Her Scot (Welcome to Hell, #3) by Eve Langlais Ink and Paper by Megan Derr


message 14: by Book Concierge (last edited Jul 31, 2018 06:25AM) (new)

Book Concierge (tessabookconcierge) | 2371 comments I'll Drink to That - WATER
Begins: 01July18 / Ends: 31July18



11 completed


Tap water
you get it directly from your faucet - read a book that you already own
- read a book published by a major company - Harper Perennial - The Professor and the Madman ✔ – 17July18
it is widely used for household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and washing clothes - listen to an audio book - The Fiery Cross ✔ – 22July18

Mineral water
water that naturally contains minerals
- read a book where the female mc does not wear makeup - Mrs. Poe ✔ – 06July18
also cannot be subjected to any treatment - read a book that may not have been edited
the water has a characteristic salty taste - read a book where the mc goes to the ocean - Island Beneath the Sea ✔ – 28July18

Spring water
rainwater accumulated underground tends to “leak” out at the surface
- read a book that might make you cry - Lilac Girls ✔ – 02July18
it is not passed through a community water system - read a book set in a rural place - The Yearling ✔ – 13July18
considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground - read a book that shows ground on the cover

Well water
trickles down and travels through the inner crevices of the soil
- read a book that has been recommended to you - My Cousin Rachel ✔ – 10July18
forms underground lakes - read a book where the mc goes underground
one of the primary sources of water - read the 1st book in a series

Purified water
has undergone purification treatment in a plant
- read a book that you know has gone through an editor - Left Neglected ✔ – 02July18
removed all bacteria, contaminants and dissolved solids - read a book where the mc gets very sick - Someone Knows My Name ✔ – 19July18
You can purchase it from the markets - read a bestseller

Distilled water
all its minerals and salts has been removed - read a book that does not qualify for any other challenge
it is an absolutely pure form of water - re-read one of your favorite books
it is not typically recommended for drinking - read a book where the mc gets very thirsty - The Road ✔ – 10July18

Sparkling water
the water that has undergone carbonation
- read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' - CREHORE, Dave / The Baileys Harbor Bird and Booyah Club ✔ – 31July18
makes your water fizzy just like your sodas - read a book where the mc drinks a soda
you may have encountered waiters in your favorite restaurant asking your preference of water - read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living


message 15: by JoAnne (last edited Jul 20, 2018 05:44AM) (new)

JoAnne | 198 comments July - I'll Drink to That! - water
a full glass - read 6 or more books

12/6

Tasks:
Tap water
read a book that you already own

Thrown By Love Pamela Aares 7/3/18

read a book published by a major company
Made for You Melissa Marr 7/7/18

Mineral water
read a book that may not have been edited

JAMISON Olivia Chase 7/6/18

read a book where the mc goes to the ocean
Rainy Day Friends Jill Shalvis 7/4/18

Spring water
read a book that might make you cry
Drowning to Breathe A.L. Jackson 7/15/18

read a book set in a rural place
Issued to the Bride: One Airman Cora Seton 7/9/18

read a book that shows ground on the cover
Secrets in Summer by Nancy Thayer Secrets in Summer Nancy Thayer 7/12/18

Well water
read the 1st book in a series
Breakout Stephanie Kay 7/9/18

Purified water
read a bestseller
Origin Dan Brown 7/20/18

Sparkling water
read a book where the author's name starts with 'C'

The House at Saltwater Point Colleen Coble 7/5/18

read a book where the mc drinks a soda
Red Lily Nora Roberts 7/2/18

read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living  
Lost and Found Sisters Jill Shalvis 7/3/18


message 16: by Cindy III (last edited Aug 04, 2018 11:58PM) (new)

Cindy III | 340 comments I'll Drink to that Water

Duration: July 1 - 31, 2018
No page limit. Re-reads and audio books are okay.

How much do you want to "drink"?
1/2 a glass - read 2 to 3 books

Tap water
you get it directly from your faucet - read a book that you already own
Scandal in Spring 7/25 - 31

it must meet the regulations set by the local municipal bodies - read a book published by a major company

it is widely used for household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and washing clothes - listen to an audio book (so you can do your chores at the same time :)

Mineral water
water that naturally contains minerals - read a book where the female mc does not wear makeup

also cannot be subjected to any treatment - read a book that may not have been edited

the water has a characteristic salty taste - read a book where the mc goes to the ocean (or the Great Salt Lake :)

Spring water
rainwater accumulated underground tends to “leak” out at the surface - read a book that might make you cry

it is not passed through a community water system - read a book set in a rural place

considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground - read a book that shows ground on the cover

Well water
water trickles down and travels through the inner crevices of the soil - read a book that has been recommended to you

forms underground lakes - read a book where the mc goes underground

one of the primary sources of water - read the 1st book in a series

Purified water
has undergone purification treatment in a plant - read a book that you know has gone through an editor How to Lose a Duke in Ten Days 7/17 - 25

removed all bacteria, contaminants and dissolved solids - read a book where the mc gets very sick

You can purchase it from the markets - read a bestseller

Distilled water
all its minerals and salts has been removed - read a book that does not qualify for any other challenge

it is an absolutely pure form of water - re-read one of your favorite books

it is not typically recommended for drinking - read a book where the mc gets very thirsty

Sparkling water
the water that has undergone carbonation - read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' or 'O'

makes your water fizzy just like your sodas - read a book where the mc drinks a soda

you may have encountered waiters in your favorite restaurant asking your preference of water - read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living


message 17: by Celia (last edited Jul 29, 2018 12:56AM) (new)

Celia Buell (celiareadsbooks) | 720 comments This one looks fun. I'm going to aim for "A Full Glass" and see where I get.
7/6 books - reached "A Full Glass"

Tap water
you get it directly from your faucet - read a book that you already own
Journeys: An American Story (7/4)
it must meet the regulations set by the local municipal bodies - read a book published by a major company
Girl in Translation (Penguin group) (7/28)
it is widely used for household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and washing clothes - listen to an audio book (so you can do your chores at the same time :)
Journeys An American Story by Andrew Tisch Girl in Translation by Jean Kwok
Mineral water
water that naturally contains minerals - read a book where the female mc does not wear makeup
also cannot be subjected to any treatment - read a book that may not have been edited
Questions I Want to Ask You (7/11)
the water has a characteristic salty taste - read a book where the mc goes to the ocean (or the Great Salt Lake :)
Questions I Want to Ask You by Michelle Falkoff
Spring water
rainwater accumulated underground tends to “leak” out at the surface - read a book that might make you cry
A Court of Frost and Starlight (7/6)
it is not passed through a community water system - read a book set in a rural place
considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground - read a book that shows ground on the cover
A Court of Frost and Starlight (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #3.1) by Sarah J. Maas
Well water
water trickles down and travels through the inner crevices of the soil - read a book that has been recommended to you
forms underground lakes - read a book where the mc goes underground
one of the primary sources of water - read the 1st book in a series
Children of Blood and Bone (7/25)
Children of Blood and Bone (Legacy of Orïsha, #1) by Tomi Adeyemi
Purified water
has undergone purification treatment in a plant - read a book that you know has gone through an editor
removed all bacteria, contaminants and dissolved solids - read a book where the mc gets very sick
You can purchase it from the markets - read a bestseller
Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood (7/26)
Persepolis The Story of a Childhood (Persepolis, #1) by Marjane Satrapi
Distilled water
all its minerals and salts has been removed - read a book that does not qualify for any other challenge
Lady Be Good (7/21)
it is an absolutely pure form of water - re-read one of your favorite books
it is not typically recommended for drinking - read a book where the mc gets very thirsty
Lady Be Good by Amber Brock
Sparkling water
the water that has undergone carbonation - read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' or 'O'
makes your water fizzy just like your sodas - read a book where the mc drinks a soda
you may have encountered waiters in your favorite restaurant asking your preference of water - read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living


message 18: by Beth (last edited Aug 02, 2018 11:42AM) (new)

Beth | 371 comments In for Full Glass!
15 books!

you get it directly from your faucet - read a book that you already own Cold Welcome, Elizabeth Moon 7/4/18
it must meet the regulations set by the local municipal bodies - read a book published by a major company Stone Mad 7/14 (Tor)
it is widely used for household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and washing clothes - listen to an audio book (so you can do your chores at the same time :) Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War, Mary Roach 7/21/18
water that naturally contains minerals - read a book where the female mc does not wear makeup Marry in Scandal, Anne Gracie 7/6/18
the water has a characteristic salty taste - read a book where the mc goes to the ocean (or the Great Salt Lake :) Moxie, Jennifer Mathieu 7/23/18
it is not passed through a community water system - read a book set in a rural place No Farm, No Foul, Peg Cochran 7/21/18
considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground - read a book that shows ground on the cover Once Upon a Marquess Courtney Milan 7/3/18
water trickles down and travels through the inner crevices of the soil - read a book that has been recommended to you All These Worlds, Dennis Taylor 7/6/18
forms underground lakes - read a book where the mc goes underground Ancestral Machines, Michael Cobley 7/11/18
one of the primary sources of water - read the 1st book in a series Unmasked by the Marquess, Cat Sebastian 7/11/18
has undergone purification treatment in a plant - read a book that you know has gone through an editor A Call to Vengeance, David Weber 7/6/18
removed all bacteria, contaminants and dissolved solids - read a book where the mc gets very sick A Princess in Theory , Alyssa Cole 7/24/18
it is an absolutely pure form of water - re-read one of your favorite books A Wrinkle in Time 7/16/18
the water that has undergone carbonation - read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' or 'O' The Burning PageThe Burning Page, Genevieve Cogman 7/31/18
you may have encountered waiters in your favorite restaurant asking your preference of water - read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living Biscuits and Slashed Browns , Maddie Day 7/22/18


message 19: by Lizz (Beer, Books and Boos) (last edited Jul 21, 2018 12:53PM) (new)

Lizz (Beer, Books and Boos) | 61 comments I'll Drink to That! - water
7/1-7/31/18
3/4 a glass
3/4

Tap water
you get it directly from your faucet: Between a Wolf and a Hard Place by Terry Spear 7/3
it must meet the regulations set by the local municipal bodies:
it is widely used for household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and washing clothes:

Mineral water
water that naturally contains minerals
also cannot be subjected to any treatment
the water has a characteristic salty taste

Spring water
rainwater accumulated underground tends to “leak” out at the surface:
it is not passed through a community water system:
considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground:

Well water
water trickles down and travels through the inner crevices of the soil :
forms underground lakes:
one of the primary sources of water: Deadly Night by Heather Graham 7/20

Purified water
has undergone purification treatment in a plant: Even Vampires Get the Blues by Sandra Hill 7/16
removed all bacteria, contaminants and dissolved solids:
You can purchase it from the markets:

Distilled water
all its minerals and salts has been removed:
it is an absolutely pure form of water:
it is not typically recommended for drinking :

Sparkling water
the water that has undergone carbonation:
makes your water fizzy just like your sodas:
you may have encountered waiters in your favorite restaurant asking your preference of water:


Between a Wolf and a Hard Place by Terry Spear Even Vampires Get the Blues (Deadly Angels, #6) by Sandra Hill Deadly Night (Flynn Brothers, #1) by Heather Graham


message 20: by Slytherpuff (new)

Slytherpuff Use for soda. Sorry about extra comment


message 21: by JoAnne (new)

JoAnne | 198 comments FINISHED
July - I'll Drink to That! - water
a full glass - read 6 or more books

12/6+

Tasks:
Tap water
read a book that you already own

Thrown By Love Pamela Aares 7/3/18

read a book published by a major company
Made for You Melissa Marr 7/7/18

Mineral water
read a book that may not have been edited

JAMISON Olivia Chase 7/6/18

read a book where the mc goes to the ocean
Rainy Day Friends Jill Shalvis 7/4/18

Spring water
read a book that might make you cry
Drowning to Breathe A.L. Jackson 7/15/18

read a book set in a rural place
Issued to the Bride: One Airman Cora Seton 7/9/18

read a book that shows ground on the cover
Secrets in Summer by Nancy Thayer Secrets in Summer Nancy Thayer 7/12/18

Well water
read the 1st book in a series
Breakout Stephanie Kay 7/9/18

Purified water
read a bestseller
Origin Dan Brown 7/20/18

Sparkling water
read a book where the author's name starts with 'C'

The House at Saltwater Point Colleen Coble 7/5/18

read a book where the mc drinks a soda
Red Lily Nora Roberts 7/2/18

read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living  
Lost and Found Sisters Jill Shalvis 7/3/18


message 22: by Tania (new)

Tania | 180 comments Challenge completed on message 11, with 6/6


message 23: by JoAnne (last edited Jul 30, 2018 08:47PM) (new)

JoAnne (joannemwct) | 2472 comments finished on post #5
read 14 for a full glass


message 24: by Book Concierge (new)

Book Concierge (tessabookconcierge) | 2371 comments Update Message # 16 - 11 tasks completed


message 25: by Meg (new)

Meg (makeli2) | 1157 comments Completed full glass. :-) Missed out on a couple but managed to fill in the rest.


message 26: by Elle (last edited Aug 01, 2018 07:28AM) (new)

Elle (elleay) | 300 comments Finished in message 3. Managed to complete 10 tasks for a Full Glass.


message 27: by Nicole (new)

Nicole P I managed 15 tasks :) Message 7


message 28: by Rissa (new)

Rissa | 563 comments Finished! See message 13! :)


message 29: by Cindy III (new)

Cindy III | 340 comments Drank half a glass on message 18


message 30: by Marla (new)

 Marla | 811 comments Finally catching up on updating my challenges.

I'll Drink to That! - Water
Duration: 7/1/18 - 7/31/18
Cups: 1/2 a cup (2 to 3 books)
Progress: 6 of 3

Here’s a guide for all those wondering what is a sparkling water and how does it differ from the regular mineral varieties.

No page limit. Re-reads and audio books are okay.
mc = main character

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

Tap water
you get it directly from your faucet - read a book that you already own
it must meet the regulations set by the local municipal bodies - read a book published by a major company
What the Night Knows by Dean Koontz (7/23/18) ~ Bantam books
it is widely used for household chores such as cleaning, cooking, and washing clothes - listen to an audio book (so you can do your chores at the same time :)

Mineral water
water that naturally contains minerals - read a book where the female mc does not wear makeup
The Darkest Kiss by Gena Showalter (7/31/18)
also cannot be subjected to any treatment - read a book that may not have been edited
the water has a characteristic salty taste - read a book where the mc goes to the ocean (or the Great Salt Lake :)

Spring water
rainwater accumulated underground tends to “leak” out at the surface - read a book that might make you cry
it is not passed through a community water system - read a book set in a rural place
considered suitable for drinking as it comes from under the ground - read a book that shows ground on the cover

Well water
water trickles down and travels through the inner crevices of the soil - read a book that has been recommended to you
The Orphan's Tale by Pam Jenoff (7/24/18)
forms underground lakes - read a book where the mc goes underground
one of the primary sources of water - read the 1st book in a series
A Cold Dark Place by Toni Anderson (7/10/18)

Purified water
has undergone purification treatment in a plant - read a book that you know has gone through an editor
removed all bacteria, contaminants and dissolved solids - read a book where the mc gets very sick
Death Masks by Jim Butcher (7/11/18)
You can purchase it from the markets - read a bestseller
The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz (7/20/18)

Distilled water
all its minerals and salts has been removed - read a book that does not qualify for any other challenge
it is an absolutely pure form of water - re-read one of your favorite books
it is not typically recommended for drinking - read a book where the mc gets very thirsty

Sparkling water
the water that has undergone carbonation - read a book where the author's name starts with 'C' or 'O'
makes your water fizzy just like your sodas - read a book where the mc drinks a soda
you may have encountered waiters in your favorite restaurant asking your preference of water - read a book where the mc cooks or bakes for a living


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