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message 1: by Laura..devouring books like crumpets (last edited Jul 18, 2018 12:08AM) (new)

Laura..devouring books like crumpets (lauzacookie) | 439 comments

Spell-it-out rules

Using the first letter in the book’s title, the first letter of the series name, the first letter in the author’s first or last name, or the first letter of a character’s first, last, or nick-name, or the first letter in the audiobook narrators first or last name.
If you are reading a translated version, you can also use the first letter of the translator's first or last name.

As always, if the first letter of a title starts with ‘A’, ‘An’, ‘The’, etc., you may use the first letter of the second word in the title to spell out your chosen word.


message 2: by Laura..devouring books like crumpets (last edited Jul 18, 2018 11:41AM) (new)

Laura..devouring books like crumpets (lauzacookie) | 439 comments CHALLANGES BY DEC 31

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tribute 2 books each district

District 1: Precious Gems
Read books with precious gem on the cover or in the title. Or spell-it-out with your favorite gemstone or birthstone. (examples: diamonds, sapphires, emeralds, etc).


District 2: Masonry and Weapons
Read books where a main character uses a weapon. Or spell-it-out with masonry terms (ex: masonry, stonework, stone, bricks, arch, etc.)


District 3: Technology
Read books where a main character works with technology. Or spell-it-out with technological terms. (ex: computer, screen, disc, television, etc.)


District 4: Fishing
Read books that take place near/ on a body of water. Or spell-it-out with fishing terms. (ex:Fish, trident, net, traps, bait, etc.)
1.Daughter of Aphrodite 17/7/18

District 5: Power/Electricity
Read books where a main characters have an "electric" connection (ie a romance genre). Or spell-it-out with electric term (ex: Dams, cable, electricity, outlet, etc.)
1.The Laughing Corpse 18/7/18


District 6: Transportation
Read books where the character takes some type of public transportation or there is a form of transportation on the cover. Or spell-it-out with transportation terms (ex: cars, train, mechanic, boat, etc.)


District 7: Lumber
Read books where the majority of the plot takes place outside or the cover is an outside setting. Or spell-it-out with lumber terms (trees, axes, carpenter etc).


District 8: Textiles/Clothing
Read books with clothing on the cover. Or spell-it-out with clothing terms (shirt, fabric, dress, designer, paper, etc.)


District 9: Grain/Harvest
Read books with food on the cover or take place during Autumn. Or spell-it-out with harvest terms (grain, bread, farmer, etc.)


District 10: Livestock
Read books with an animal on the cover or an animal as an important part of the story. Or spell-it-out with livestock terms (cows, beef, butcher, milk, etc.)


District 11: Agriculture
Read books that take place on the farm/country or take place during Summer. Or spell-it-out with agriculture terms (wheat, cotton, gardener, etc.)


District 12: Mining
Read books have a dark cover or a strong female character or include a rebellion. Or spell-it-out with mining terms (coal, mine, flashlight, mountains, etc.)



Bonus!
Join the rebellion by proving your skills to the District 13 leadership.
District 13: Nuclear Weaponry
Read books with a war or coup in them.Or spell-it-out with weapon terms (gun, bomb, defense, etc.)
Daughter of Aphrodite (Daughter Trilogy, #1) by C.M. Owens The Laughing Corpse (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, #2) by Laurell K. Hamilton
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Month 1: Read your Birthday Month (Spell it out challenge)
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A The Laughing Corpse Anita blake 18/7/18
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Month 2: Read your Birthstone (Spell it out challenge) or read 3 or 4 books with covers that match the color of your birthstone or 3 or 4 books with the name of your Birthstone in the title
Garnet
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Month 3: Read your sign (Spell it out challenge)
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Month 4: Read your Chinese zodiac sign (Spell it out challenge) or Read your favorite flower (Spell it out challenge) or read 3 or 4 books with your favorite flower on the cover
D Daughter of Aphrodite 17/7/18
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Month 5: Read 3 or 4 books set in a country you'd like to visit
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Month 6: Read 3 or 4 books from your favorite genre
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Month 7: Read 3 or 4 books with your child or a friend
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Month 8: Read 3 or 4 books written by some of your favorite authors
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Month 9: Set yourself a personal goal to exceed the amount of books you normally read in a month

Month 10: Read one of your favorite foods (Spell it out challenge)
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Month 11: Read 3 or 4 books by authors you've never read before, but have been meaning to
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Month 12: Read your favorite Book Crush's name
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Daughter of Aphrodite (Daughter Trilogy, #1) by C.M. Owens The Laughing Corpse (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, #2) by Laurell K. Hamilton


message 3: by Laura..devouring books like crumpets (last edited Jul 18, 2018 11:43AM) (new)

Laura..devouring books like crumpets (lauzacookie) | 439 comments https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...
TRY TO COMPLTE ARD BY END OF YEAR
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Love Sucks! – Read a book where a character thinks love sucks. At least at the beginning, if not the end.
Reach 4 it! – Read a book where a character has a goal.
Pure Nausea – Read a book that was nauseating, or had a scene in it that turned your stomach, or has a cover that is nauseating.The Laughing Corpse 18/7/18 The murder scenes
High Five – Read a five star book.
Friend Me – Read a book a friend recommended.
Get a clue – Read a book where a mystery is a large part of the book.
#1 Fan – Read a book by one of your favorite authors. Daughter of Aphrodite 17/7/18
Free Space – Reader’s Choice
LOL! – Read a humorous book.
Duh – Read a book where you get it before the main character does.
Ask Me – Read a book and then do a review. Can be a really short review, just give your opinion.
Low Life – Read a book with a “low life” character in it.
☺ - Read a book that made you smile.
I’m a Tums – Read a book where a character is in disguise, undercover, isn’t who the main character thought they were, or is incognito.
A fine whine. – Read a book where a character whines too much.
I cry on Q – Read a book that made you cry.
Ugh! – Read a book that made you say, “Ugh!” or roll you eyes. Or one that does both over the cover art.
Spooky – Read a scary book.
Bite Me – Read a book with a vampire or werewolf as a character.
TSTL – Read a book where a character is Too Stupid To Live.

Daughter of Aphrodite (Daughter Trilogy, #1) by C.M. Owens The Laughing Corpse (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, #2) by Laurell K. Hamilton


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