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message 1: by JoAnne (last edited Jul 26, 2018 07:07AM) (new)

JoAnne | 38816 comments Mod
summerfruits

Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019

TASKS:
1. Apricot

Apricots originally came from China. This golden fruit has been around for more than 4,000 years. Apricots progressively made their way through the Persian Empire to the Mediterranean where they were fondly adopted. Spanish explorers introduced the apricot to the New World, and they were planted in the gardens of Spanish missions all over California. The first recorded major production of apricots in America was in 1792 south of San Francisco.
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea OR with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover.

2. Asian Pear
Asian Pears are yummy fruits that are related to apple and it is a group of pear varieties having crispy and juicy fruit. In Korea, the fruit is known as bae, and it is grown and consumed in great quantity.
☀ Read a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else) OR with a 5 letter word in the title.

3. Blackberry
Blackberries are very dark purple with smooth and brittle skin. The blackberry fruit contains polyphenol antioxidants and it also reduces the risk of esophageal cancer. Ageing can be delayed with the help of regular consumption of blackberries.
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover OR with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.

4. Cantaloupe
Cantaloupe fruit is also called as mushmelon, muskmelon, cantalope, rockmelon or spanspek which all together refers a variety of Cucumis melo, comes under the family Cucurbitaceae which includes nearly all melons and squashes.
Cantaloupe has lusciously rich flavor, fragrance and minimal number of calories. It is also referred to as a netted melon because it has a rib less rind with a distinct netted skin. It is generally eaten as a fresh fruit, as a salad, or custard, or as a dessert with ice cream.

☀ Read a book by an author who also writes under another name - (Tell us both names.) OR with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)

5. Casaba Melon
Casaba melons are a tremendous source of vitamin C, vitamin B6 and also a good source of potassium. It mainly helps in maintaining optimum health and weight loss.
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title OR with a character that is trying to lose weight.

6. Cherry
Cherry is a fleshy stone fruit. Cherries taste best consumed "humid" from the tree. Cherries have a powerful pain relief benefits especially for runners and other athletes. It also has a considerable impact on relieving muscle and joint soreness more quickly and effectively.
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate OR where a character is a runner.

7. Currant
Currant fruits are small, rounded in shape with smooth skin which can be red, yellow, green, or black in color. Currant fruits are almost sweet in taste and also used in several food preparations.
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs OR with many small round shapes on the cover. Please post the cover.

8. Fig
Fig fruits are in bell-shaped, with a wide, flat bottom narrowing top. When the fruit ripens, the top will bend, forming like a "neck". Figs can be of varieties of colors such as brown, purple, green, yellow or black, and vary in size. The skin is slightly wrinkled and leathery.
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order) OR with a NECK on the cover. Please post the cover.

9. Gooseberry
Indian gooseberry fruits are of small size and light green in color. They have 6 vertical grooves on them. The taste of the fruit can be described as strong, harsh, and rough. This fruit is round shaped with vertical stripes and has a hard seed inside.
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough OR with an item with stripes on the cover. Please post the cover.

10. Grape
Grapes are grown for fresh eating, juice, jelly or wine. Seedless grapes are preferred for fresh eating or for raisins. Grapes have good vigor to cover trellis rapidly with thick foliage, perfect for adding some green to a home landscape. Grapes many laterals can easily and quickly spread over a fence, wall trellis, pergola, etc.
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine OR with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover.

11. Guava
Guava fruit is light yellow and blushed in the midst of pink. Guava is accessible from late spring through early fall. Guava fruits are sodium free, low in fat and calories. It also reduces the possibility of coronary heart disease. These fruits are often called as "super fruits." It is an evergreen, tropical shrub or low-growing small tree probably originated in Middle Americas.
☀ Read a book set in the spring OR whose title begins with G.

12. Honeydew
Honeydew is a part of the melon family which is slightly oval in shape. It is the sweetest of every melon when ripe. The flesh is usually pale green in color, while the smooth peel ranges from greenish to yellow. Like most fruit, honeydew has seeds. The inner flesh is eaten, often for dessert.
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert OR with a pale green cover.

13. Huckleberry
Huckleberry otherwise called hurtleberry is the native fruit of North America. The fruit appear in various dark colors such as red, blue and black and each berry measures 5-10mm in diameter. The fruit is completely edible and possesses a unique sweet taste.
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK OR with a character that is a native of North America.

14. Mango
Mango fruit is one of the most trendy, nutritionally rich fruit with distinctive flavor, smell and taste. Mangos are seasonal fruits that begin in the month of May. It is a very rich source of potassium, vitamin C and E.
☀ Read a book published in May OR with a title that begins with M.

15. Nectarine
Nectarines are basically the same fruit as Peaches, the primary difference is that nectarines are smooth-skinned and peaches are blurry. Nectarines are sweeter, firmer and juicier. It provides a good source of carotenes, flavonoids and potassium.
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.

16. Papaya
Papaya flesh is an orange color with either yellow or pink hues. Papayas bid the luscious taste and sunlit color of the tropics. Papaya also contains rich sources of antioxidant nutrients such as vitamin C & carotenes.
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.) OR with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover.

17. Plum
Plums have a flabby, round shape, very soft and shiny. In the early 1900s Luther Burbank, a prolific horticulturist, crossed a partially stoneless wild plum with California French prune varieties.
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long OR set in California.

18. Raspberry
Raspberries are lower in calories, wonderfully delicious and are nutrient-dense. The most familiar type of raspberry is red-pink in color. Raspberries are solitary fruits.
☀ Read a stand alone book OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).

19. Strawberry
Most of the species send out long slender runners that actually produce a new bud at the extremity. The leaves typically have three leaflets, but the number of leaflets may be five or one.
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months) OR a Series #3.

20. Watermelon
Watermelon fruit is very large, smooth and the edible part is usually red pinkish color. Watermelon is the yummy, flavored fruit and it contains 90% water that we usually have during summer in sort to keep our bodies hydrated.
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages) OR a book set in the summer.


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message 2: by JoAnne (last edited Sep 17, 2019 09:39AM) (new)


message 3: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer (jhaltenburger) | 675 comments For casaba melon, how about a READER that's trying to lose weight? LOL


message 4: by Jennifer (last edited Aug 27, 2018 04:26PM) (new)

Jennifer (jhaltenburger) | 675 comments Finished 08/27/18 Great challenge Joanne!

1. Apricot
☀ Read a book swith a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover. Americanos, Apple Pies, and Art Thieves (A Cape Bay Cafe Mystery #5) by Harper Lin

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book with a 5 letter word in the title. The Lying Game

3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover. The Nurses A Year of Secrets, Drama, and Miracles with the Heroes of the Hospital by Alexandra Robbins

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.) Spirits, Rock Stars, and a Midnight Chocolate Bar 270 pgs

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title. Last Call

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book where a character is a runner. To Catch a Witch

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with many small round shapes on the cover. Please post the cover. 1939 The Making of Six Great Films from Hollywood�s Greatest Year by Chuck F. Adams

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title.The Founding

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough.White Russian

10. Grape
☀ Read a book with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover. Occult and Battery (Bay Island Psychic Mysteries #2) by Lena Gregory

11. Guava
☀ Read a book whose title begins with G. Occult and Battery

12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book with a pale green cover. You May Also Like Taste in an Age of Endless Choice by Tom Vanderbilt

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a character that is a native of North America. Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald

14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May. It's Always the Husband May 2017

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P. My Anecdotal Life: A Memoir Carl Reiner

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover. Demelza (Poldark, #2) by Winston Graham

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long. Sunburn Laura Lippman

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a stand alone book. Big Data: A Revolution That Will Transform How We Live, Work, and Think

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months). True Fiction april 2018

20. Watermelon
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages).Elizabeth the Queen: The Life of a Modern Monarch 721 pages


message 5: by Grace (last edited Jan 17, 2019 04:10AM) (new)

Grace Worland | 1015 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019

1. Apricot
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea- Destined for an Early Grave- Jeaniene Frost- 10/11- Italy

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book with a 5 letter word in the title- Red at Night-Katie McGarry 8/2

3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover- Until November (Until, #1) by Aurora Rose Reynolds Until November-Aurora Rose Reynolds 8/13

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.) - Locke & Key, Vol. 1: Welcome to Lovecraft-Joe Hill- 8/2- pg. 152

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title- Until Trevor-Aurora Rose Reynolds 11/18

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate- Nameless-Jessica Sorensen 9/15

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs- Resistance to Interrogation-Anthony Horowitz 11/7

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title- Falling for Hadley: A Novel-Jessica Sorensen 8/20

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough- Star Wars: Darth Vader, Vol. 2: Shadows and Secrets-Kieron Gillen 8/9

10. Grape
☀ Read a book with a fence on the cover- Runaways (2017-) #14 by Rainbow Rowell Runaways (2017-) #14-Rainbow Rowell 1/14/19

11. Guava
☀ Read a book whose title begins with G- Goldie Vance Vol. 3-Hope Larson 11/6

12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book with a pale green cover- Chasing River (Burying Water, #3) by K.A. Tucker Chasing River-K.A. Tucker 9/26

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK- Locke & Key, Volume 3: Crown of Shadows-Joe Hill 9/2

14. Mango
☀ Read a book with a title that begins with M- Ms. Marvel, Vol. 9: Teenage Wasteland-G. Willow Wilson 8/2

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C- Captain Marvel, Volume 3: Alis Volat Propriis-Kelly Sue DeConnick 9/5- Carol

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT- Every Heart a Doorway (Wayward Children, #1) by Seanan McGuire Every Heart a Doorway-Seanan McGuire 7/21

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long- The Diabolic-S.J. Kincaid 8/10

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a stand alone book- Too Late-Colleen Hoover 8/13

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months)- Chasing Magic-Jessica Sorensen 8/5- Pub: May 2018

20. Watermelon
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages)- Legendary-Stephanie Garber 11/22


message 6: by JoAnne (new)

JoAnne | 38816 comments Mod
Jennifer wrote: "For casaba melon, how about a READER that's trying to lose weight? LOL"

LOL - -nope!! 😏


message 7: by JoAnne (last edited Sep 19, 2018 11:41AM) (new)

JoAnne | 38816 comments Mod
Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019
20/20


1. Apricot
☀ Read a book with a gold item on the cover.
The Harder You Fall (The Original Heartbreakers, #3) by Gena Showalter The Harder You Fall Gena Showalter 8/3/18

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book with a 5 letter word in the title.
Born in Blood Alexandra Ivy 8/10/18

3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with a title that has 10 letters.
Easy Nights Kristen Proby 8/4/18

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)
188 pages Love, Ruby Lavender Deborah Wiles 8/20/18

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title.
Mulberry Moon Catherine Anderson 8/5/18

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate.
Seattle, Washington When We Found Home Susan Mallery 8/11/18

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs.
The Marriage Pact Michelle Richmond 9/18/18

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with a NECK on the cover.
Dreams of Falling by Karen White Dreams of Falling Karen White 8/27/18

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with an item with stripes on the cover.
Better To Rest (Liam Campbell, #4) by Dana Stabenow Better To Rest Dana Stabenow 8/31/18

10. Grape
☀ Read a book where a character makes jelly.

By Invitation Only Dorothea Benton Frank 8/16/18

11. Guava
☀ Read a book whose title begins with G.
A Gathering of Secrets Linda Castillo 8/19/18

12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert.
Blessed Are the Meek Kristi Belcamino 8/12/18

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK.
No Turning Back Tiffany Snow 8/4/18

14. Mango
☀ Read a book with a title that begins with M.
Meant to Be Melody Grace 8/14/18

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C.
Carmen Lucky Charmed Sharla Lovelace 8/9/18

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT.

Kiss My Boots (Coming Home, #2) by Harper Sloan Kiss My Boots Harper Sloan 8/16/18

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long.

Kiss Me, Kill Me Allison Brennan 8/2/18

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).
One Night of Trouble Elle Kennedy 8/4/18

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months).
August 7, 2018 Racked and Stacked Lorelei James 8/11/18

20. Watermelon
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages).

481 pages The Perfect Couple Elin Hilderbrand 8/2/18


message 8: by Claire (last edited Jan 20, 2019 02:30PM) (new)

Claire  | 285 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019

20/20

🍏1. Apricot
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea OR with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover.
Catullus' Bedspread: The Life of Rome's Most Erotic Poet Catullus' Bedspread The Life of Rome's Most Erotic Poet by Daisy Dunn Daisy Dunn 320 p, 5 september 2018
Italy
🍏2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else) OR with a 5 letter word in the title.
Restoring Grace Restoring Grace by Katie Fforde Katie Fforde 422 p. 2 september 2018 3 stars
Grace 5 letters

🍏3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover OR with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.
Still Alice Still Alice by Lisa Genova Lisa Genova 353 p. 1 september 2018 4 stars
10 letters in title

🍏4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book by an author who also writes under another name - (Tell us both names.) OR with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)
Elephants Can Remember (Hercule Poirot, #40) by Agatha Christie Elephants Can Remember Agatha Christie 299 p. 9 september 2018 3 stars
Agatha Christie also writes as Mary Westmacott

🍏5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title OR with a character that is trying to lose weight.
The Warden by Anthony Trollope The Warden Anthony Trollope 292 p. 4 stars 10 september 2018
Two word title

🍏6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate OR where a character is a runner.
Nora Webster Nora Webster by Colm Tóibín Colm Tóibín 4 stars 311 p. 7 september 2018
Set in Ireland with a humid, rainy climate

🍏7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs OR with many small round shapes on the cover. Please post the cover.
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court by Mark Twain A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court Mark Twain 416 p. 19 january 2019 3 stars
Wheels

🍏8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order)
Bodies from the Library: Lost Classic Stories by Masters of the Golden Age Bodies from the Library Lost Classic Stories by Masters of the Golden Age by Tony Medawar Tony Medawar 240 p. 3 january 2019 4 stars

🍏9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough

Dochter van het moeras by Karen Dionne Dochter van het moeras Karen Dionne 304 p. 18 december 2018 3 stars

The father of the MC is a very harsh man

🍏10. Grape
☀ Read a book with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover.

That Darkness That Darkness by Lisa Black Lisa Black 363 p. 3 december 2018 3 stars

🍏11. Guava
☀ read a book whose title begins with G.
Glansrol Glansrol by Loes den Hollander Loes den Hollander 351 p. 1/11/19

🍏12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book with a pale green cover.

Cremas, Christmas Cookies, and Crooks (A Cape Bay Cafe Mystery #6) by Harper Lin Cremas, Christmas Cookies, and Crooks Harper Lin 278 p. 30 december 2018 3 stars

🍏13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK
One, Two, Buckle My Shoe One, Two, Buckle My Shoe (Hercule Poirot, #23) by Agatha Christie Agatha Christie 294 p. 17 january 2019 3 stars

🍏14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May
New Boy: William Shakespeare's Othello Retold: A Novel New Boy William Shakespeare's Othello Retold A Novel by Tracy Chevalier Tracy Chevalier 224 p.18 january 2019 3 stars
Published may 2017

🍏15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.

Fangirl Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell Rainbow Rowell 459 p. 1/11/19 4 stars
Cath

🍏16. Papaya
☀ Read a book with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover.

Conversations with Friends Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney Sally Rooney 336 p. 9 january 2019 5 stars

🍏17. Plum
☀ Read a book set in California.

Shadowland (The Mediator, #1) by Meg Cabot Shadowland Meg Cabot 287 p. 1/13/19 2 stars

🍏18. Raspberry
☀ Read a stand alone book OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).
The Comfort of Strangers by Ian McEwan The Comfort of Strangers Ian McEwan 127 p. 4 january 2019 4 stars
Works for both

🍏19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months)

Mooi doodliggen Mooi doodliggen by A.F.Th. van der Heijden A.F.Th. van der Heijden 358 p. 17 january 2019 4 stars
Published November 15th 2018


🍏20. ☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages)
The Good Soldier Švejk The Good Soldier Švejk by Jaroslav Hašek Jaroslav Hašek 752 p. 20 january 2019 5 stars


message 9: by Rina (last edited Nov 12, 2018 01:47PM) (new)

Rina | 1084 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019

20/20

TASKS:
1. Apricot
Apricots originally came from China. This golden fruit has been around for more than 4,000 years. Apricots progressively made their way through the Persian Empire to the Mediterranean where they were fondly adopted. Spanish explorers introduced the apricot to the New World, and they were planted in the gardens of Spanish missions all over California. The first recorded major production of apricots in America was in 1792 south of San Francisco.
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea.

Scarlet, Marissa Meyer, 04.08.2018 - Set in France

2. Asian Pear
Asian Pears are yummy fruits that are related to apple and it is a group of pear varieties having crispy and juicy fruit. In Korea, the fruit is known as bae, and it is grown and consumed in great quantity.
☀ Read a book with a 5 letter word in the title.

Throne of Glass, Sarah J. Maas, 05.08.2018

3. Blackberry
Blackberries are very dark purple with smooth and brittle skin. The blackberry fruit contains polyphenol antioxidants and it also reduces the risk of esophageal cancer. Ageing can be delayed with the help of regular consumption of blackberries.
☀ Read a book with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.

Lilac Girls, Martha Hall Kelly, 08.08.2018

4. Cantaloupe
Cantaloupe fruit is also called as mushmelon, muskmelon, cantalope, rockmelon or spanspek which all together refers a variety of Cucumis melo, comes under the family Cucurbitaceae which includes nearly all melons and squashes.
Cantaloupe has lusciously rich flavor, fragrance and minimal number of calories. It is also referred to as a netted melon because it has a rib less rind with a distinct netted skin. It is generally eaten as a fresh fruit, as a salad, or custard, or as a dessert with ice cream.
☀ Read a book with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)

Fer-de-Lance, Rex Stout, 10.08.2018 - 304 pages

5. Casaba Melon
Casaba melons are a tremendous source of vitamin C, vitamin B6 and also a good source of potassium. It mainly helps in maintaining optimum health and weight loss.
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title.

Shatter Me, Tahereh Mafi, 23.08.2018

6. Cherry
Cherry is a fleshy stone fruit. Cherries taste best consumed "humid" from the tree. Cherries have a powerful pain relief benefits especially for runners and other athletes. It also has a considerable impact on relieving muscle and joint soreness more quickly and effectively.
☀ Read a book where a character is a runner.

Say Yes to the Marquess, Tessa Dare, 31.08.2018

7. Currant
Currant fruits are small, rounded in shape with smooth skin which can be red, yellow, green, or black in color. Currant fruits are almost sweet in taste and also used in several food preparations.
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs.

Zorro, Isabel Allende, 09.09.2018

8. Fig
Fig fruits are in bell-shaped, with a wide, flat bottom narrowing top. When the fruit ripens, the top will bend, forming like a "neck". Figs can be of varieties of colors such as brown, purple, green, yellow or black, and vary in size. The skin is slightly wrinkled and leathery.
☀ Read a book with a NECK on the cover. Please post the cover.

Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, Lisa See, 02.08.2018
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See

9. Gooseberry
Indian gooseberry fruits are of small size and light green in color. They have 6 vertical grooves on them. The taste of the fruit can be described as strong, harsh, and rough. This fruit is round shaped with vertical stripes and has a hard seed inside.
☀ Read a book with an item with stripes on the cover. Please post the cover.

Miss Spelled, Morgana Best, 12.09.2018
Miss Spelled (The Kitchen Witch, #1) by Morgana Best

10. Grape
Grapes are grown for fresh eating, juice, jelly or wine. Seedless grapes are preferred for fresh eating or for raisins. Grapes have good vigor to cover trellis rapidly with thick foliage, perfect for adding some green to a home landscape. Grapes many laterals can easily and quickly spread over a fence, wall trellis, pergola, etc.
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice.

Adventures of a Vegan Vamp, Cate Lawley, 03.09.2018 - MC's friend make juice for her

11. Guava
Guava fruit is light yellow and blushed in the midst of pink. Guava is accessible from late spring through early fall. Guava fruits are sodium free, low in fat and calories. It also reduces the possibility of coronary heart disease. These fruits are often called as "super fruits." It is an evergreen, tropical shrub or low-growing small tree probably originated in Middle Americas.
☀ Read a book whose title begins with G.

The Girl Who Chased the Moon, Sarah Addison Allen, 06.08.2018

12. Honeydew
Honeydew is a part of the melon family which is slightly oval in shape. It is the sweetest of every melon when ripe. The flesh is usually pale green in color, while the smooth peel ranges from greenish to yellow. Like most fruit, honeydew has seeds. The inner flesh is eaten, often for dessert.
☀ Read a book with a pale green cover.

Courting Catherine, Nora Roberts, 10.11.2018
Courting Catherine (The Calhouns,#1) by Nora Roberts

13. Huckleberry
Huckleberry otherwise called hurtleberry is the native fruit of North America. The fruit appear in various dark colors such as red, blue and black and each berry measures 5-10mm in diameter. The fruit is completely edible and possesses a unique sweet taste.
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK.

The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, Agatha Christie, 02.09.2018

14. Mango
Mango fruit is one of the most trendy, nutritionally rich fruit with distinctive flavor, smell and taste. Mangos are seasonal fruits that begin in the month of May. It is a very rich source of potassium, vitamin C and E.
☀ Read a book with a title that begins with M.

My Name Is Memory, Ann Brashares, 07.08.2018

15. Nectarine
Nectarines are basically the same fruit as Peaches, the primary difference is that nectarines are smooth-skinned and peaches are blurry. Nectarines are sweeter, firmer and juicier. It provides a good source of carotenes, flavonoids and potassium.
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.

Cress, Marissa Meyer, 13.08.2018 - MC is Cress

16. Papaya
Papaya flesh is an orange color with either yellow or pink hues. Papayas bid the luscious taste and sunlit color of the tropics. Papaya also contains rich sources of antioxidant nutrients such as vitamin C & carotenes.
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.).

Trick or Treat, K.L. Phelps, 10.11.2018 - MC eats chicken tacos, pizza, pasta alfredo etc.

17. Plum
Plums have a flabby, round shape, very soft and shiny. In the early 1900s Luther Burbank, a prolific horticulturist, crossed a partially stoneless wild plum with California French prune varieties.
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long.

Death Masks, Jim Butcher, 15.08.2018

18. Raspberry
Raspberries are lower in calories, wonderfully delicious and are nutrient-dense. The most familiar type of raspberry is red-pink in color. Raspberries are solitary fruits.
☀ Read a stand alone book.

A History of Pi, Petr Beckmann, 15.08.2018


19. Strawberry
Most of the species send out long slender runners that actually produce a new bud at the extremity. The leaves typically have three leaflets, but the number of leaflets may be five or one.
☀ Read a Series #3.

Poirot Investigates, Agatha Christie, 07.08.2018 - Hercule Poirot #3

20. Watermelon
Watermelon fruit is very large, smooth and the edible part is usually red pinkish color. Watermelon is the yummy, flavored fruit and it contains 90% water that we usually have during summer in sort to keep our bodies hydrated.
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages)

Todesreigen, Andreas Gruber, 11.08.2018 - 576 pages


message 10: by Jess (last edited Mar 01, 2019 03:49PM) (new)

Jess Penhallow | 241 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019

19/20

TASKS:
1. Apricot
Apricots originally came from China. This golden fruit has been around for more than 4,000 years. Apricots progressively made their way through the Persian Empire to the Mediterranean where they were fondly adopted. Spanish explorers introduced the apricot to the New World, and they were planted in the gardens of Spanish missions all over California. The first recorded major production of apricots in America was in 1792 south of San Francisco.
Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea OR with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover.
The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux 28/09/18

2. Asian Pear
Asian Pears are yummy fruits that are related to apple and it is a group of pear varieties having crispy and juicy fruit. In Korea, the fruit is known as bae, and it is grown and consumed in great quantity.
☀ Read a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else) OR with a 5 letter word in the title.
The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware - 02/08/18

3. Blackberry
Blackberries are very dark purple with smooth and brittle skin. The blackberry fruit contains polyphenol antioxidants and it also reduces the risk of esophageal cancer. Ageing can be delayed with the help of regular consumption of blackberries.
Read a book with skin on the cover OR with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.
Margaret the First by Danielle Dutton by Danielle Dutton 26/08/18

4. Cantaloupe
Cantaloupe fruit is also called as mushmelon, muskmelon, cantalope, rockmelon or spanspek which all together refers a variety of Cucumis melo, comes under the family Cucurbitaceae which includes nearly all melons and squashes.
Cantaloupe has lusciously rich flavor, fragrance and minimal number of calories. It is also referred to as a netted melon because it has a rib less rind with a distinct netted skin. It is generally eaten as a fresh fruit, as a salad, or custard, or as a dessert with ice cream.
☀ Read a book by an author who also writes under another name - (Tell us both names.) OR with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee - 12/09/18 - 309 pages

5. Casaba Melon
Casaba melons are a tremendous source of vitamin C, vitamin B6 and also a good source of potassium. It mainly helps in maintaining optimum health and weight loss.
Read a book with a TWO word title OR with a character that is trying to lose weight.
The Sellout by Paul Beatty 06/10/18

6. Cherry
Cherry is a fleshy stone fruit. Cherries taste best consumed "humid" from the tree. Cherries have a powerful pain relief benefits especially for runners and other athletes. It also has a considerable impact on relieving muscle and joint soreness more quickly and effectively.
Read a book set in a "humid" climate OR where a character is a runner.
Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel García Márquez 10/02/19

7. Currant
Currant fruits are small, rounded in shape with smooth skin which can be red, yellow, green, or black in color. Currant fruits are almost sweet in taste and also used in several food preparations.
Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs OR with many small round shapes on the cover. Please post the cover.
Sorrow of the Earth by Éric Vuillard 12/02/19

8. Fig
Fig fruits are in bell-shaped, with a wide, flat bottom narrowing top. When the fruit ripens, the top will bend, forming like a "neck". Figs can be of varieties of colors such as brown, purple, green, yellow or black, and vary in size. The skin is slightly wrinkled and leathery.
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order) OR with a NECK on the cover. Please post the cover.
Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw by George Bernard Shaw - 25/09/18

9. Gooseberry
Indian gooseberry fruits are of small size and light green in color. They have 6 vertical grooves on them. The taste of the fruit can be described as strong, harsh, and rough. This fruit is round shaped with vertical stripes and has a hard seed inside.
Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough OR with an item with stripes on the cover. Please post the cover.
Dracula by Bram Stoker 20/10/18

10. Grape
Grapes are grown for fresh eating, juice, jelly or wine. Seedless grapes are preferred for fresh eating or for raisins. Grapes have good vigor to cover trellis rapidly with thick foliage, perfect for adding some green to a home landscape. Grapes many laterals can easily and quickly spread over a fence, wall trellis, pergola, etc.
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine OR with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover.

11. Guava
Guava fruit is light yellow and blushed in the midst of pink. Guava is accessible from late spring through early fall. Guava fruits are sodium free, low in fat and calories. It also reduces the possibility of coronary heart disease. These fruits are often called as "super fruits." It is an evergreen, tropical shrub or low-growing small tree probably originated in Middle Americas.
Read a book set in the spring OR whose title begins with G.
The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman - 31/08/18

12. Honeydew
Honeydew is a part of the melon family which is slightly oval in shape. It is the sweetest of every melon when ripe. The flesh is usually pale green in color, while the smooth peel ranges from greenish to yellow. Like most fruit, honeydew has seeds. The inner flesh is eaten, often for dessert.
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert OR with a pale green cover.
Shadow of the Fox (Shadow of the Fox, #1) by Julie Kagawa Shadow of the Fox by Julie Kagawa 23/01/19

13. Huckleberry
Huckleberry otherwise called hurtleberry is the native fruit of North America. The fruit appear in various dark colors such as red, blue and black and each berry measures 5-10mm in diameter. The fruit is completely edible and possesses a unique sweet taste.
Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK OR with a character that is a native of North America.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey - 09/08/18

14. Mango
Mango fruit is one of the most trendy, nutritionally rich fruit with distinctive flavor, smell and taste. Mangos are seasonal fruits that begin in the month of May. It is a very rich source of potassium, vitamin C and E.
Read a book published in May OR with a title that begins with M.
Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman - 23/09/18 - Published May 1990

15. Nectarine
Nectarines are basically the same fruit as Peaches, the primary difference is that nectarines are smooth-skinned and peaches are blurry. Nectarines are sweeter, firmer and juicier. It provides a good source of carotenes, flavonoids and potassium.
Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern - 12/08/18

16. Papaya
Papaya flesh is an orange color with either yellow or pink hues. Papayas bid the luscious taste and sunlit color of the tropics. Papaya also contains rich sources of antioxidant nutrients such as vitamin C & carotenes.
Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.) OR with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover.
Slade House by David Mitchell 05/11/18 Garlic bread

17. Plum
Plums have a flabby, round shape, very soft and shiny. In the early 1900s Luther Burbank, a prolific horticulturist, crossed a partially stoneless wild plum with California French prune varieties.
Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long OR set in California.
The Green Road by Anne Enright 28/12/18

18. Raspberry
Raspberries are lower in calories, wonderfully delicious and are nutrient-dense. The most familiar type of raspberry is red-pink in color. Raspberries are solitary fruits.
Read a stand alone book OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).
The Book Thief by Markus Zusak 23/08/18

19. Strawberry
Most of the species send out long slender runners that actually produce a new bud at the extremity. The leaves typically have three leaflets, but the number of leaflets may be five or one.
Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months) OR a Series #3.
Circe by Madeline Miller 07/01/19

20. Watermelon
Watermelon fruit is very large, smooth and the edible part is usually red pinkish color. Watermelon is the yummy, flavored fruit and it contains 90% water that we usually have during summer in sort to keep our bodies hydrated.
Read a "large" book (over 450 pages) OR a book set in the summer.
Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari 20/09/18 - 466 pages


message 11: by Barb (last edited Jul 26, 2018 09:32AM) (new)

Barb | 945 comments JoAnne wrote: "a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else)"
Even your parenthetical note doesn't help. What is a "before anyone else"??

OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know author)
Well known to everyone, or well known to me?


message 12: by Ferenc (last edited Oct 25, 2018 05:44AM) (new)

Ferenc (aeneth) | 1474 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019


Goal: 20/20

TASKS:
1. Apricot
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea.

The Tournament by Matthew Reilly - 8/5/2018
Set in the medieval Byzantine Empire.

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book with a 5 letter word in the title.

Signal to Noise by Neil Gaiman – 8/2/2018
Noise - 5 letters

3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover.

Cutting Edge (The Edge, #0.5) by C.D. Reiss Cutting Edge by C.D. Reiss - 8/3/2018

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)

On the Edge by C.D. Reiss – 8/6/2018
193 pages

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title.

Violent Cases by Neil Gaiman - 8/1/2018
Violent Cases - 2 words

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate OR where a character is a runner.
A Cross to Bear: A Jack Sheridan Mystery by Vince Vogel - 10/21/2018
Set in London. It is raining throughout the story.

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs.

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling - 8/17/2018
HaRRy

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order).

Fragile Things: Short Fictions and Wonders by Neil Gaiman - 8/4/2018
FraGIle Things: Short Fictions and Wonders

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough

Fevre Dream by George R.R. Martin - 8/13/2018
Captain Abner Marsh

10. Grape
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine.

Rust & Stardust by T. Greenwood - 9/13/2018
Ruth: At least he got to keep as many oranges as he could carry...She squeezed them for their juice (Kindle Locations 3631-3632)

11. Guava
☀ Read a book whose title begins with G.

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald - 8/8/2018

12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book with a pale green cover.

Season of Mists (The Sandman, #4) by Neil Gaiman Season of Mists by Neil Gaiman - 8/15/2018

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK.

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee - 8/2/2018
Mockingbird - word with CK.

14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May.

Rough Edge by C.D. Reiss - 8/3/2018
Published May 22nd 2018.

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.

The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith - 8/24/2018
Precious Ramotswe

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover.

Planet Urth (Planet Urth, #1) by Jennifer Martucci Planet Urth by Jennifer Martucci - 9/2/2018

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long.

The Stone Sky by N.K. Jemisin - 8/18/2018
Jemisin

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a stand alone book.

The Missing Girl by Jenny Quintana - 8/9/2018

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a Series #3.

Dream Country by Neil Gaiman - 8/12/2018
The Sandman #3.

20. Watermelon
☀ Read a book set in the summer.

The Surgeon by Tess Gerritsen - 9/1/2018


message 13: by Viji (new)

Viji | 53 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019

1. Apricot
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea OR with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover.

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else) OR with a 5 letter word in the title.

3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover OR with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book by an author who also writes under another name - (Tell us both names.) OR with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title OR with a character that is trying to lose weight.

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate OR where a character is a runner.

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs OR with many small round shapes on the cover. Please post the cover.

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order) OR with a NECK on the cover. Please post the cover.

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough OR with an item with stripes on the cover. Please post the cover.

10. Grape
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine OR with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover.

11. Guava
☀ Read a book set in the spring OR whose title begins with G.

12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert OR with a pale green cover.

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK OR with a character that is a native of North America.

14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May OR with a title that begins with M.

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.) OR with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover.

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long OR set in California.

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a stand alone book OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months) OR a Series #3.

20. Watermelon
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages) OR a book set in the summer.


message 14: by JoAnne (new)

JoAnne | 38816 comments Mod
Barb wrote: "JoAnne wrote: "a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else)"
Even your parenthetical note doesn't help. What is a "before anyone else"??

OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know auth..."


BAE means your serious boyfriend or girlfriend.

Familiar to you. Because there seems to be more and more new authors everyday! It's crazy, but good.


message 15: by JoAnne (new)

JoAnne | 38816 comments Mod
Welcome Claire, Rina, Jess, Ferenc and Viji!


message 16: by Hannah (new)

Hannah (bookwormhannah) | 296 comments JoAnne wrote: "Barb wrote: "JoAnne wrote: "a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else)"
Even your parenthetical note doesn't help. What is a "before anyone else"??

OR a book by a "familiar" author (w..."


Whew. I'm not the only slang dunce around here. :)


message 17: by Hannah (last edited Aug 02, 2018 10:22AM) (new)

Hannah (bookwormhannah) | 296 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019

1. Apricot
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea OR with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover.

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else) OR with a 5 letter word in the title.

3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover OR with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book by an author who also writes under another name - (Tell us both names.) OR with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)
Give Me Thine Heart by Andrea Boeshaar 8/1/18 1⭐️ 185 pgs

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title OR with a character that is trying to lose weight.

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate OR where a character is a runner.

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs OR with many small round shapes on the cover. Please post the cover.

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order) OR with a NECK on the cover. Please post the cover.

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough OR with an item with stripes on the cover. Please post the cover.

10. Grape
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine OR with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover.

11. Guava
☀ Read a book set in the spring OR whose title begins with G.

12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert OR with a pale green cover.

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK OR with a character that is a native of North America.

14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May OR with a title that begins with M.

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.) OR with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover.

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long OR set in California.

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a stand alone book OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months) OR a Series #3.

20. Watermelon
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages) OR a book set in the summer.


message 18: by JoAnne (new)

JoAnne | 38816 comments Mod
Hannah wrote: "JoAnne wrote: "Barb wrote: "JoAnne wrote: "a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else)"
Even your parenthetical note doesn't help. What is a "before anyone else"??

OR a book by a "fami..."


I tell ya, if I didn't have a teen who used that word ALL the time a couple of years ago - I wouldn't know it either! LOL


message 19: by JoAnne (new)

JoAnne | 38816 comments Mod
Welcome Hannah!


message 20: by Barb (new)

Barb | 945 comments JoAnne wrote: "Barb wrote: "JoAnne wrote: "a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else)"
Even your parenthetical note doesn't help. What is a "before anyone else"??

BAE means your serious boyfriend or girlfriend."


Thanks, JoAnne! I never would have come up with that definition LOL


Hannah wrote: "Whew. I'm not the only slang dunce around here. :)"

I can usually figure out most of it, but this one had me totally stumped, maybe because I don't read romance books?


message 21: by JoAnne (new)

JoAnne | 38816 comments Mod
Barb wrote: "JoAnne wrote: "Barb wrote: "JoAnne wrote: "a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else)"
Even your parenthetical note doesn't help. What is a "before anyone else"??

BAE means your serio..."


I don't know if it's in romance books but it was a teen term a couple of years ago. Like Kate Burkholder's BAE would be John Tomasetti.


message 22: by Elle (last edited Jun 14, 2019 01:22PM) (new)

Elle (elleay) | 1411 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019

Read: 20/20

1. Apricot
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea OR with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover.
At Home A Short History of Private Life by Bill Bryson At Home: A Short History of Private Life | Bill bryson - Sep 13

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else) OR with a 5 letter word in the title.
The Poppy War | R.F. Kuang - Aug 6

3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover OR with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.
Apprentice | Rachel E. Carter - Sep 3

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book by an author who also writes under another name - (Tell us both names.) OR with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)
An Enchantment of Ravens | Margaret Rogerson - Aug 27 (304 pages)

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title OR with a character that is trying to lose weight.
Slouch Witch | Helen Harper - Aug 11

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate OR where a character is a runner.
The Black God's Drums | P. Djèlí Clark - Jan 12 (,i>New Orleans)

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs OR with many small round shapes on the cover.
Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow | Jessica Townsend - Apr 8

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order) OR with a NECK on the cover. Please post the cover.
The Family Under the Bridge | Natalie Savage Carlson - Aug 26

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough OR with an item with stripes on the cover.
Power of Five | Alex Lidell - Oct 19

10. Grape
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine OR with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover.
The Vanderbeekers and the Hidden Garden (The Vanderbeekers #2) by Karina Yan Glaser The Vanderbeekers and the Hidden Garden | Karina Yan Glaser - Dec 20

11. Guava
☀ Read a book set in the spring OR whose title begins with G.
The Governess Game | Tessa Dare - Oct 20

12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert OR with a pale green cover.
Fallen Crest High | Tijan - Mar 19

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK OR with a character that is a native of North America.
Blackout | Dannika Dark - Aug 25

14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May OR with a title that begins with M.
The Murder at the Vicarage | Agatha Christie - Aug 10

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.
Do You Want to Start a Scandal | Tessa Dare - Oct 4 (Carlotte Highwood)

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.) OR with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover.
Inside Out & Back Again | Thanhha Lai - Sep 9
(Han eats a papaya from her own tree after waiting a long time for it to ripen)

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long OR set in California.
The Winter Long | Seanan McGuire - Aug 31 (San Francisco, CA)

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a stand alone book OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).
It Ends with Us | Colleen Hoover - Sep 5

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months) OR a Series #3.
Rogue Protocol | Martha Wells - Sep 19 (Murderbot Diaries #3)

20. Watermelon
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages) OR a book set in the summer.
Spinning Silver | Naomi Novik - Aug 13 (480 pages)


message 23: by Barbara ★ (last edited Feb 10, 2019 11:20AM) (new)

Barbara ★ | 2556 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018 - July 31, 2019

READ: 20/20

✔ 1. Apricot
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea OR with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover.
Black Market - Sheryl Steines 9/4
Black Market (Wizard Hall Chronicles, #2) by Sheryl Steines

✔ 2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else) OR with a 5 letter word in the title.
Lucky in Love - Kasie West 8/22

✔ 3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover OR with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.
Loco Motive - Mary Daheim 8/2

✔ 4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book by an author who also writes under another name - (Tell us both names.) OR with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)
Dark in Death - J.D. Robb (Nora Roberts) 8/9

✔ 5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title OR with a character that is trying to lose weight.
Fire Dancer - Ann Maxwell 8/24

✔ 6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate OR where a character is a runner.
Hope Ignites - Jaci Burton (Oklahoma in summer) 10/6

✔ 7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs OR with many small round shapes on the cover. Please post the cover.
Total Surrender - Rebecca Zanetti 8/1

✔ 8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order) OR with a NECK on the cover. Please post the cover.
Shadow's Return - S.C. Wynne 8/25
Shadow's Return (Psychic Detective Mysteries #2) by S.C. Wynne

✔ 9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough OR with an item with stripes on the cover. Please post the cover.
A Knight and White Satin - Jackie Ivie 8/17

✔ 10. Grape
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine OR with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover.
Stygian - Sherrilyn Kenyon (Urian makes blood wine) 10/13

✔ 11. Guava
☀ Read a book set in the spring OR whose title begins with G.
The Girl Who Takes an Eye for an Eye - David Lagercrantz 10/23

✔ 12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert OR with a pale green cover.
The Fourth Bear - Jasper Fforde 8/4
The Fourth Bear (Nursery Crime, #2) by Jasper Fforde

✔ 13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK OR with a character that is a native of North America.
Black Market - Sheryl Steines 9/4

✔ 14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May OR with a title that begins with M.
A Monster Calls - Patrick Ness 8/23

✔ 15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.
The Breakdown - B.A. Paris (Cass Anderson) 8/18

✔ 16. Papaya
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.) OR with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover.
Shadow's Claim - Kresley Cole 1/20
(tasting her luscious skin), p41

✔ 17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long OR set in California.
The Otter of Death - Betty Webb 8/15

✔ 18. Raspberry
☀ Read a stand alone book OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).
Bone Deep - Bonnie Dee 8/24

✔ 19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months) OR a Series #3.
Death Doesn't Bargain - Sherrilyn Kenyon (May 2018) 8/30

✔ 20. Watermelon
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages) OR a book set in the summer.
Earth to Hell - Kylie Chan (615 pages) 8/19

CHALLENGE COMPLETE


.•*¨`*•✿ ✿•*¨`*•. Christine .•*¨`*•✿ ✿•*¨`*• | 498 comments Summer Fruits

Completed 20/20


✔️1. Apricot
☀ Read a book with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover. (gold bow)

Tracking Trisha (Dragon Lords of Valdier, #3) by S.E. Smith Tracking Trisha by S.E. Smith - 11/08/2018

✔️2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book with a 5 letter word in the title.

Ambushing Ariel (Dragon Lords of Valdier, #4) by S.E. Smith Ambushing Ariel by S.E. Smith - 12/08/2018

✔️3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover

Twin Dragons (Dragon Lords of Valdier, #7) by S.E. Smith Twin Dragons by S.E. Smith - 15/08/2018

✔️4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (310 pgs)

Cornering Carmen (Dragon Lords of Valdier, #5) by S.E. Smith Cornering Carmen by S.E. Smith - 13/08/2018

✔️5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title

At Last (Lucky Harbor, #5) by Jill Shalvis At Last by Jill Shalvis - 03/08/2018

✔️6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate (St. Lucia).

Under a Vampire Moon (Argeneau #16) by Lynsay Sands Under a Vampire Moon by Lynsay Sands - 22/08/2018

✔️7. Currant
☀ Read a book with many small round shapes on the cover. Please post the cover.

The Great Easter Bunny Hunt (Dragon Lords of Valdier, #9.8) by S.E. Smith The Great Easter Bunny Hunt by S.E. Smith - 20/08/2018

✔️8. Fig
☀ Read a book with a NECK on the cover. Please post the cover.

Paul's Pursuit (Dragon Lords of Valdier, #6) by S.E. Smith Paul's Pursuit by S.E. Smith - 14/08/2018

✔️9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough

Fate's Edge (The Edge, #3) by Ilona Andrews Fate's Edge by Ilona Andrews - 14/08/2018

✔️10. Grape
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine (housekeeper makes jelly/jam)

Born to Bite (Argeneau #13) by Lynsay Sands Born to Bite by Lynsay Sands - 01/09/2018

✔️11. Guava
☀ Read a whose title begins with G

The Girl You Left Behind by Jojo Moyes The Girl You Left Behind by Jojo Moyes - 23/08/2018

✔️12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book with a pale green cover.

Beneath the Skin (De La Vega Cats) by Lauren Dane Beneath the Skin: by Lauren Dane - 09/10/2018

✔️13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK

A Quick Bite (Argeneau #1) by Lynsay Sands A Quick Bite by Lynsay Sands - 16/08/2018

✔️14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May (2015)

Capturing Cara (Dragon Lords of Valdier, #2) by S.E. Smith Capturing Cara by S.E. Smith - 08/08/2018

✔️15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P. (Ford)

The Sweetest Thing (Lucky Harbor, #2) by Jill Shalvis The Sweetest Thing by Jill Shalvis - 01/08/2018

✔️16. Papaya
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Cream Puffs)

Always on My Mind (Lucky Harbor, #8) by Jill Shalvis Always on My Mind by Jill Shalvis - 05/08/2018

✔️17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long

Under the Mistletoe (Lucky Harbor, #6.5) by Jill Shalvis Under the Mistletoe by Jill Shalvis - 04/08/2018

✔️18. Raspberry
☀ Read a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).

Vampires are Forever (Argeneau #8) by Lynsay Sands Vampires are Forever by Lynsay Sands - 20/08/2018

✔️19. Strawberry
☀ Read a Series #3.

Head Over Heels (Lucky Harbor, #3) by Jill Shalvis Head Over Heels by Jill Shalvis - 02/08/2018

✔️20. Watermelon
☀ Read a book set in the summer.

Casey (Buckhorn Brothers, #5) by Lori Foster Casey by Lori Foster - 06/09/2018


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Barb | 945 comments SUMMER FRUITS, 8/1/18 – 7/31/19
20/20 COMPLETE


1. APRICOT
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea
set in France : Out of Sorts, by Aurélie Valognes, finished 8/3 ★★.5

2. ASIAN PEAR
☀ Read a book with a 5 letter word in the title
Thereby HANGS a Tail (Chet & Bernie #2), by Spencer Quinn, finished 8/7 ★★★★

3. BLACKBERRY
☀ Read a book with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word
In the Drink (Mack's Bar #3), by Allyson K. Abbott, finished 8/21 ★★★.5

4. CANTALOUPE
☀ Read a book with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count)
416 pages : Once Upon a Grind (Coffeehouse #14), by Cleo Coyle, finished 8/26 ★★★.5

5. CASABA MELON
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title
Agent Zigzag , by Ben Macintyre, finished 8/5 ★★★.5

6. CHERRY
☀ Read a book where a character is a runner
Savannah : Shattered at Sea (Webb's Glass Shop #5), by Cheryl Hollon, finished 8/18 ★★★★

7. CURRANT
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs OR OR with many small round shapes on the cover. Please post the cover
both : Almost Harrisburg, by Cooper H. Wingert, finished 8/20 ★★★


8. FIG
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order)
The Etymologicon: A Circular Stroll Through the Hidden Connections of the English Language, by Mark Forsyth, finished 9/1 ★★★.5

9. GOOSEBERRY
☀ Read a book with an item with stripes on the cover. Please post the cover
The Big Kitty (Sunny & Shadow #1), by Claire Donally, finished 8/31 ★★★★ – the cat
The Big Kitty (Sunny & Shadow Mystery, #1) by Claire Donally

10. GRAPE
☀ Read a book where a character makes wine
Derek : A Toast to Murder (Wine Lover's #6), by Michele Scott, finished 10/22 ★★★.5

11. GUAVA
☀ Read a book whose title begins with G
The Guilty Dead (Monkeewrench #9), by P.J. Tracy, finished 8/9 ★★★★.5

12. HONEYDEW
☀ Read a book with a pale green cover
You Don't Look Your Age ... And Other Fairy Tales, by Sheila Nevins, finished 10/20 ★★★
You Don't Look Your Age And Other Fairy Tales by Sheila Nevins

13. HUCKLEBERRY
☀ Read a book with a character that is a native of North America
John Raintree : A Taste for Murder (Hemlock Falls #1), by Claudia Bishop, finished 8/22 ★★★★

14. MANGO
☀ Read a book published in May
publ May 2016 : You May Also Like: Taste in an Age of Endless Choice, by Tom Vanderbilt, finished 8/23 ★★★.5

15. NECTARINE
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P
Cindy : Beside Still Waters (Psalm 23 #4), by Debbie Viguié, finished 8/14 ★★★.5

16. PAPAYA
☀ Read a book with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover
Second Chance Pass (Virgin River #5), by Robyn Carr, finished 8/11 ★★★.5
Second Chance Pass (Virgin River, #5) by Robyn Carr

17. PLUM
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long
author James D. ShipmanIt Is Well, finished 8/15 ★★.5

18. RASPBERRY
☀ Read a stand-alone book
Catalyst:, by James Luceno, finished 8/4 ★★★.5

19. STRAWBERRY
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months) OR a Series #3
Royally Dead (A Stitch in Time #3), by Greta McKennan, finished 8/12 ★★★ – both (publ 9/11/18)

20. WATERMELON
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages)
513 pages : Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy, by Karen Abbott, finished 8/10 ★★★.5

Out of Sorts by Aurélie Valognes Catalyst A Rogue One Novel (Star Wars) by James Luceno Agent Zigzag A True Story of Nazi Espionage, Love, and Betrayal by Ben Macintyre Thereby Hangs a Tail (A Chet and Bernie Mystery #2) by Spencer Quinn The Guilty Dead (Monkeewrench, #9) by P.J. Tracy Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy Four Women Undercover in the Civil War by Karen Abbott Second Chance Pass (Virgin River, #5) by Robyn Carr Royally Dead (A Stitch in Time Mystery) by Greta McKennan Beside Still Waters by Debbie Viguié It Is Well by James D. Shipman
Shattered at Sea by Cheryl Hollon In the Drink (Mack's Bar Mystery, #3) by Allyson K. Abbott A Taste for Murder (Hemlock Falls Mysteries, #1) by Claudia Bishop You May Also Like Taste in an Age of Endless Choice by Tom Vanderbilt Once Upon a Grind (Coffeehouse Mystery, #14) by Cleo Coyle The Big Kitty (Sunny & Shadow Mystery, #1) by Claire Donally The Etymologicon A Circular Stroll through the Hidden Connections of the English Language by Mark Forsyth You Don't Look Your Age And Other Fairy Tales by Sheila Nevins A Toast to Murder (A Wine Lover's Mystery, #6) by Michele Scott

***** CHALLENGE COMPLETE 10/22/18 *****


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Emeli Webb | 326 comments . Apricot
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea OR with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover.

2. Asian Pear
☀ OR with a 5 letter word in the title
Dirty Savior by Eva Leon
Dirty Savior
Finished 28/7
3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover
Undercover Lover by Max Hudson
Finished 8/9

4. Cantaloupe
☀ OR with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)
The Case of the Sexy Shakespearean (The Middlemark Mysteries #1) by Tara Lain
204 pages Finished 4/8
5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title
Parting Glass by Dani Wyatt
Parting Glass
Finished 30 /7
6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate OR where a character is a runner.

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs OR with many small round shapes on the cover. Please post the cover.

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order)
Alpha's First Omega (Omega House, #10) by Aria Grace
Alpha's First Omega
Finished 16/3

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough OR with an item with stripes on the cover. Please post the cover.

10. Grape
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine OR with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover.

11. Guava
☀ OR whose title begins with G.
Growling For More by Alexa Riley
Growling For More
Finished 10/8
12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert OR with a pale green cover.

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK OR with a character that is a native of North America.

14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May OR with a title that begins with M.

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.
The Sister of the Seven Ravens (Stories, Tales and Legends Retold, #2) by Sophie Martin
The Sister of the Seven Ravens
MC casimir
Finished 29/8
16. Papaya
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.) OR with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover.

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long OR set in California.

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a stand alone book OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months
The Colors Between Us by Kate Hawthorne
Published april 2018 Finished 6/8
20. Watermelon
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages) OR a book set in the summer.


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message 29: by Shash (last edited Aug 26, 2018 08:57PM) (new)

Shash | 1563 comments Summer Fruits
August 1, 2018 - July 31, 2019

20/20 Tasks Completed

1. Apricot
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea OR with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover.
Veins of Gold by Charlie N. Holmberg (8/13/18)
Veins of Gold by Charlie N. Holmberg

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else) OR with a 5 letter word in the title.
Strike a Match by Lindzee Armstrong (8/8/18)
Match has 5 letters

3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover OR with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.
The Resilient One by Cami Checketts (8/10/18)
The Resilient One by Cami Checketts

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book by an author who also writes under another name - (Tell us both names.) OR with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)
The Coffee Girl by Shanna Hatfield (8/16/18)
251 pages

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title OR with a character that is trying to lose weight.
Frontier Hearts by Angelica Rose (8/2/18)

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate OR where a character is a runner.
Paige's Turn by Jennifer Peel (8/4/18)
Set in Florida in the summer

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs OR with many small round shapes on the cover. Please post the cover.
The Business Arrangement by Angelica Rose (8/2/18)
aRRangement

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order) OR with a NECK on the cover. Please post the cover.
A Family for the Cowboy by Linda Goodnight (8/11/18)
A Family for the Cowboy by Linda Goodnight

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough OR with an item with stripes on the cover. Please post the cover.
A Great Catch by Lorna Seilstad (8/6/18)
A Great Catch (Lake Manawa Summers, #2) by Lorna Seilstad

10. Grape
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine OR with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover.
Caught Kissing the Cowboy by Cindy Roland Anderson (8/26/18)
Caught Kissing the Cowboy (Return to Snow Valley Romance) by Cindy Roland Anderson

11. Guava
☀ Read a book set in the spring OR whose title begins with G.
The Encore Bride by Denise Devine (8/21/18)
Set in the spring

12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert OR with a pale green cover.
That Gift! by Sheryl Fawcett (8/16/18)
That Gift! by Sheryl Fawcett

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK OR with a character that is a native of North America.
Don't Rock the Boat by Janice Thompson (8/3/18)
roCK

14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May OR with a title that begins with M.
Saving Marilee by Annette K. Larsen (8/10/18)
Published May 1, 2015

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.
Princess of the Silver Woods by Jessica Day George (8/1/18)
Petunia

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.) OR with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover.
Time Stands Still by Kyra Alexander (8/6/18)
Time Stands Still (short story) (Dogs Love Romance) by Kyra Alexander

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long OR set in California.
Take a Walk With Me by Marcia Lynn McClure (8/9/18)
McClure has 7 letters

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a stand alone book OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).
Settling Up by Eryn Scott (8/8/18)
stand alone book

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months) OR a Series #3.
If We Were a Movie by Kelly Oram (8/12/18)
#3 in Power of the Matchmaker series

20. Watermelon
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages) OR a book set in the summer.
Raspberry Kisses by Cecelia Dowdy (8/7/18)
Set in the summer


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message 31: by Gabi (last edited Nov 10, 2018 01:41PM) (new)

Gabi Eisenberg (gabieisenberg) | 161 comments Summer Fruits
August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019
Completed: 19/20

TASKS:
1. Apricot
Apricots originally came from China. This golden fruit has been around for more than 4,000 years. Apricots progressively made their way through the Persian Empire to the Mediterranean where they were fondly adopted. Spanish explorers introduced the apricot to the New World, and they were planted in the gardens of Spanish missions all over California. The first recorded major production of apricots in America was in 1792 south of San Francisco.
Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea OR with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover.
Circe by Madeline Miller, 10.25.18
Circe by Madeline Miller

2. Asian Pear
Read a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else) OR with a 5 letter word in the title.
Deception Point by Dan Brown, 8.1.18: POINT

3. Blackberry
Blackberries are very dark purple with smooth and brittle skin. The blackberry fruit contains polyphenol antioxidants and it also reduces the risk of esophageal cancer. Ageing can be delayed with the help of regular consumption of blackberries.
Read a book with skin on the cover OR with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.
Children of Eden by Joey Graceffa, 9.4.18
Children of Eden (Children of Eden, #1) by Joey Graceffa

4. Cantaloupe
Cantaloupe fruit is also called as mushmelon, muskmelon, cantalope, rockmelon or spanspek which all together refers a variety of Cucumis melo, comes under the family Cucurbitaceae which includes nearly all melons and squashes.
Cantaloupe has lusciously rich flavor, fragrance and minimal number of calories. It is also referred to as a netted melon because it has a rib less rind with a distinct netted skin. It is generally eaten as a fresh fruit, as a salad, or custard, or as a dessert with ice cream.
Read a book by an author who also writes under another name - (Tell us both names.) OR with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)
Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige, 9.2.18: 480

5. Casaba Melon
Casaba melons are a tremendous source of vitamin C, vitamin B6 and also a good source of potassium. It mainly helps in maintaining optimum health and weight loss.
Read a book with a TWO word title OR with a character that is trying to lose weight.
Wandering Star by Romina Russell, 8.29.18

6. Cherry
Cherry is a fleshy stone fruit. Cherries taste best consumed "humid" from the tree. Cherries have a powerful pain relief benefits especially for runners and other athletes. It also has a considerable impact on relieving muscle and joint soreness more quickly and effectively.
Read a book set in a "humid" climate OR where a character is a runner.
The Lake Effect by Erin McCahan, 9.10.18: Briggs

7. Currant
Currant fruits are small, rounded in shape with smooth skin which can be red, yellow, green, or black in color. Currant fruits are almost sweet in taste and also used in several food preparations.
Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs OR with many small round shapes on the cover. Please post the cover.
Contagion by Erin Bowman, 10.9.18
Contagion (Contagion, #1) by Erin Bowman

8. Fig
Fig fruits are in bell-shaped, with a wide, flat bottom narrowing top. When the fruit ripens, the top will bend, forming like a "neck". Figs can be of varieties of colors such as brown, purple, green, yellow or black, and vary in size. The skin is slightly wrinkled and leathery.
Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order) OR with a NECK on the cover. Please post the cover.
The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones, 9.16.18
The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones

9. Gooseberry
Indian gooseberry fruits are of small size and light green in color. They have 6 vertical grooves on them. The taste of the fruit can be described as strong, harsh, and rough. This fruit is round shaped with vertical stripes and has a hard seed inside.
Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough OR with an item with stripes on the cover. Please post the cover.
Even the Darkest Stars by Heather Fawcett, 9.14.18

10. Grape
Grapes are grown for fresh eating, juice, jelly or wine. Seedless grapes are preferred for fresh eating or for raisins. Grapes have good vigor to cover trellis rapidly with thick foliage, perfect for adding some green to a home landscape. Grapes many laterals can easily and quickly spread over a fence, wall trellis, pergola, etc.
Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine OR with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover.
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, 8.2.18
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

11. Guava
Guava fruit is light yellow and blushed in the midst of pink. Guava is accessible from late spring through early fall. Guava fruits are sodium free, low in fat and calories. It also reduces the possibility of coronary heart disease. These fruits are often called as "super fruits." It is an evergreen, tropical shrub or low-growing small tree probably originated in Middle Americas.
☀ Read a book set in the spring OR whose title begins with G.

12. Honeydew
Honeydew is a part of the melon family which is slightly oval in shape. It is the sweetest of every melon when ripe. The flesh is usually pale green in color, while the smooth peel ranges from greenish to yellow. Like most fruit, honeydew has seeds. The inner flesh is eaten, often for dessert.
Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert OR with a pale green cover.
The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson, 10.1.18
The Kiss of Deception (The Remnant Chronicles, #1) by Mary E. Pearson

13. Huckleberry
Huckleberry otherwise called hurtleberry is the native fruit of North America. The fruit appear in various dark colors such as red, blue and black and each berry measures 5-10mm in diameter. The fruit is completely edible and possesses a unique sweet taste.
Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK OR with a character that is a native of North America.
American Gods by Neil Gaiman, 10.27.18

14. Mango
Mango fruit is one of the most trendy, nutritionally rich fruit with distinctive flavor, smell and taste. Mangos are seasonal fruits that begin in the month of May. It is a very rich source of potassium, vitamin C and E.
Read a book published in May OR with a title that begins with M.
Meet Cute: Some People Are Destined to Meet by Jennifer L. Armentrout, 10.14.18

15. Nectarine
Nectarines are basically the same fruit as Peaches, the primary difference is that nectarines are smooth-skinned and peaches are blurry. Nectarines are sweeter, firmer and juicier. It provides a good source of carotenes, flavonoids and potassium.
Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas, 8.6.18: Celaena Sardothien

16. Papaya
Papaya flesh is an orange color with either yellow or pink hues. Papayas bid the luscious taste and sunlit color of the tropics. Papaya also contains rich sources of antioxidant nutrients such as vitamin C & carotenes.
Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.) OR with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover.
The Wish Granter by C. J. Redwine, 11.10.18: Plum tart

17. Plum
Plums have a flabby, round shape, very soft and shiny. In the early 1900s Luther Burbank, a prolific horticulturist, crossed a partially stoneless wild plum with California French prune varieties.
Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long OR set in California.
Scythe by Neal Shusterman, 8.17.18

18. Raspberry
Raspberries are lower in calories, wonderfully delicious and are nutrient-dense. The most familiar type of raspberry is red-pink in color. Raspberries are solitary fruits.
Read a stand alone book OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern, 9.25.18

19. Strawberry
Most of the species send out long slender runners that actually produce a new bud at the extremity. The leaves typically have three leaflets, but the number of leaflets may be five or one.
Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months) OR a Series #3.
Part of Your World: A Twisted Tale by Liz Braswell, 9.19.18: September 2018

20. Watermelon
Watermelon fruit is very large, smooth and the edible part is usually red pinkish color. Watermelon is the yummy, flavored fruit and it contains 90% water that we usually have during summer in sort to keep our bodies hydrated.
Read a "large" book (over 450 pages) OR a book set in the summer.
Kalahari by Jessica Khoury, 8.12.18


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Welcome Gabi!


message 33: by Karen ♐ (last edited Feb 21, 2019 03:55PM) (new)

Karen ♐ (kmk1214) | 897 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019
20/20


1. Apricot
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea - Greece
- No More Wasted Time Beverly Preston - 10/25
No More Wasted Time (The Mathews Family, #1) by Beverly Preston

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book with a 5 letter word in the title.
- Simple Faith Susan Fanetti - 8/12
Simple Faith (Pagano Brothers, #1) by Susan Fanetti

3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.
- Attainment K.M. Golland - 8/11
Attainment (Temptation, #3.5) by K.M. Golland

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book by an author who also writes under another name - (Tell us both names.)
- J. D. Robb/Nora Roberts - Salvation in Death J.D. Robb - 8/20
Salvation in Death (In Death, #27) by J.D. Robb

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title
- Ugly Love Colleen Hoover - 8/14
Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate
- The Cowboy Joan Johnston - 8/2
The Cowboy (Bitter Creek #1) by Joan Johnston

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs
- Sierra's Homecoming Linda Lael Miller - 9/5
Sierra's Homecoming (McKettricks, #5) by Linda Lael Miller

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with a NECK on the cover. Please post the cover.
- Ruthless Lexi Blake - 8/8
Ruthless (Lawless, #1) by Lexi Blake

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough
- Slow Heat in Heaven Sandra Brown - 8/4
Slow Heat in Heaven by Sandra Brown

10. Grape
☀ Read a book with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover.
- The Fall of Shane MacKade (The MacKade Brothers, #4) by Nora Roberts Nora Roberts - 2/15

11. Guava
☀ Read a book set in the spring
- Stand Susan Fanetti - 9/7
Stand (Brazen Bulls MC #7) by Susan Fanetti

12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book with a pale green cover.
- Charade Sandra Brown - 9/10
Charade by Sandra Brown

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK
- Rocky Ride Vivian Arend - 8/26
Rocky Ride (Thompson & Sons #2; Rocky Mountain House #8) by Vivian Arend

14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May
May 27 - Sanctum Lexi Blake - 8/9
Sanctum (Masters and Mercenaries, #4.5) by Lexi Blake

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P. - Fulton
- Master Professor Tara Sue Me - 9/12
Master Professor (Lessons From the Rack, #1) by Tara Sue Me

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.) - Strawberries - Mr. X Clarissa Wild - 9/3
Mr. X by Clarissa Wild

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long
- Satisfaction K.M. Golland - 8/2
Satisfaction (Temptation, #2) by K.M. Golland

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a stand alone book
- Fat Tuesday Sandra Brown - 8/27
Fat Tuesday by Sandra Brown

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months)
- Pub 6/5/18 - Dirty-Talking Cowboy Stacey Kennedy - 8/16
Dirty-Talking Cowboy (Kinky Spurs, #1) by Stacey Kennedy

20. Watermelon
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages)
- 548 pgs - Nikolai, Volume 2 Roxie Rivera - 8/19
Nikolai, Volume 2 (Her Russian Protector, #6) by Roxie Rivera



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Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019

20/20 read

TASKS:
1. Apricot
☀ Read a book with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover. Death Come Quickly by Susan Wittig Albert, sundial is gold, read 9/12/18
Death Come Quickly (China Bayles, #22) by Susan Wittig Albert

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book with a 5 letter word in the title. Dark Desires After Dusk by Kresley Cole, read 8/31/18

3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word. Angels Of Darkness by Ilona Andrews, read 8/7/18

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book by an author who also writes under another name - (Tell us both names.) Portrait in Death by J.D. Robb, also writes under Nora Roberts, read 8/3/18

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title. Emperor's Consort by Scarlett Hyacinth, read 8/29/18

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate. Dark Needs at Night's Edge by Kresley Cole, set in New Orleans, Louisiana, read 8/31/18

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs. Irresistible by Caitlin Ricci, read 1/6/19

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order.) Things No One Will Tell Fat Girls: A Handbook for Unapologetic Living by Jes Baker, read 8/30/18

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with an item with stripes on the cover. Please post the cover. A Noise Downstairs by Linwood Barclay, vertical blinds, read 10/25/18
A Noise Downstairs by Linwood Barclay

10. Grape
☀ Read a book with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover. Tender Mercies by Eli Easton, fence is to the left of the horse's head, read 9/17/18
Tender Mercies (Men of Lancaster County, #2) by Eli Easton

11. Guava
☀ Read whose title begins with G. Getting It Right by A.M. Arthur, read 8/25/18

12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book with a pale green cover. The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky, read 12/25/18
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a character that is a native of North America. Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs, Mercy is Native American, read 9/15/18

14. Mango
☀ Read a book with a title that begins with M. The Mitfords: Letters between Six Sisters by Charlotte Mosley, read 8/22/18

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P. Cry Wolf by Patricia Briggs, one MC is Charles Cornick, read 8/5/18

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover. Young Pioneers by Rose Wilder Lane, read 8/28/18
Young Pioneers by Rose Wilder Lane

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long. Richard Nixon: The Life by John A. Farrell, read 9/18/18

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a stand alone book. Targeted: A Deputy, Her Love Affairs, A Brutal Murder by M. William Phelps, read 8/22/18

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months). Shelter in Place by Nora Roberts, published May 29, 2018, read 8/5/18

20. Watermelon
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages). The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan, 783 pages, read 1/20/19


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Melanie | 20 comments Summer Fruits
Duration:
August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019

TASKS:
1. Apricot
☀ Read a book with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover.
The Puma's Shadow by Antoine B. Daniel The Puma's Shadow - Antoine B. Daniel - 8/07/2018
How it fits: Gold sun statue.

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book with a 5 letter word in the title.
Only Child by Rhiannon Navin Only Child - Rhiannon Navin - 8/28/2018
How it fits: Child is five letters.

3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.
The Hope Jar (The Prayer Jars #1) by Wanda E. Brunstetter The Hope Jar - Wanda E. Brunstetter - 11/4/2018
How it fits: 10 letters in title.

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book with a page count that contains a 1 or 0.
The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group by Catherine Jinks The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group - Catherine Jinks - 10/5/2018
How it fits: Page count 380

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title.
The Dogs by Robert Calder The Dogs - Robert Calder - 8/24/2018

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book where a character is a runner.
Indigo Heat (The Indigo Brothers Trilogy Book 2) by Vickie McKeehan Indigo Heat - Vickie McKeehan - 11/14/2018
How it fits: Garett and Anniston are runners.

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with many small round shapes on the cover.
Friend Request by Laura Marshall Friend Request - Laura Marshall - 11/17/2018
How it fits" Small water bubbles on cover.

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order.)
Secrets of Southern Girls by Haley Harrigan Secrets of Southern Girls - Haley Harrigan - 10/19/2018
How it fits: Secrets of Southern Girls.

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough.
The Captain's Daughter by Leah Fleming The Captain's Daughter - Leah Fleming - 10/29/2018
How it fits: Grover is rough, strong and harsh to his wife.

10. Grape
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine.
Love Anthony by Lisa Genova Love Anthony - Lisa Genova - 8/18/2018
How it fits: Olivia does a big bake for the winter and bottles up jelly (jam.)

11. Guava
☀ Read a book whose title begins with G.
The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah The Great Alone - Kristin Hannah - 10/13/2018

12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert.
The Betrayal by Laura Elliot The Betrayal - Laura Elliot - 1/11/2019
How it fits: Jake and Karin eat raspberries for dessert.

'Dessert was simple and delicious, fresh raspberries and homemade ice cream served in blue-rimmed bowls.' - pg 140

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK.
Women of the Outback by Sue Williams Women of the Outback - Sue Williams - 9/13/2018

14. Mango
☀ Read a book with a title that begins with M.
Mean Girls by Micol Ostow Mean Girls - Micol Ostow - 10/7/2018

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.
Inconceivable A Medical Mistake, the Baby We Couldn't Keep, and Our Choice to Deliver the Ultimate Gift by Carolyn Savage Inconceivable: A Medical Mistake, the Baby We Couldn't Keep, and Our Choice to Deliver the Ultimate Gift - Carolyn Savage and Sean Savage - 12/18/2018
How it fits: MC Carolyn.

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT.
The Year of Fog by Michelle Richmond The Year of Fog - Michelle Richmond - 9/28/2018

17. Plum
☀ Read a book set in California.
Brownie Points by Jennifer Coburn Brownie Points - Jennifer Coburn - 8/13/2018
How it fits: Set in Los Corderos, California.

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).
All Around The Town by Mary Higgins Clark All Around The Town - Mary Higgins Clark - 11/7/2018

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months.)
The Good Daughter by Karin Slaughter The Good Daughter - Karin Slaughter - 9/20/2018
How it fits: Released May 3 2018; 3 months before start of challenge.

20. Watermelon
☀ Read a book set in the summer.
Sizzling Sixteen (Stephanie Plum, #16) by Janet Evanovich Sizzling Sixteen - Janet Evanovich - 8/10/2018
How it fits: Set in the summer.


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Wanda (oma1229) | 129 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019


TASKS:

1. Apricot
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea
The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller-8/5/18-****
The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book with a 5 letter word in the title.
Naked in Death by J.D. Robb-9/7/18-****
Naked in Death (In Death #1) by J.D. Robb

3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.
Hit the Road by Caroline B. Cooney-9/2/18-*****
Hit the Road by Caroline B. Cooney

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book by an author who also writes under another name - (Tell us both names.)
Heart of the Sea by Nora Roberts-8/15/18-*****
Nora Roberts also writes under the name of J.D. Robb
Heart of the Sea (Gallaghers of Ardmore / Irish Trilogy, #3) by Nora Roberts

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title.
Buried Innocence by Terri Reid-8/10/18-*****
Buried Innocence (Mary O'Reilly Paranormal Mystery #13) by Terri Reid

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate.
Woof at the Door by Laura Morrigan-10/24/18-*****- Set in Florida
Woof at the Door (Call of the Wilde #1) by Laura Morrigan

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs.
Marrying Mozart by Stephanie Cowell-2/9-/19-****
Marrying Mozart by Stephanie Cowell

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order)
Fledgling by Natasha S. Brown-8/8/18-*****
Fledgling (The Shapeshifter Chronicles, #1) by Natasha S. Brown

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with an item with stripes on the cover. Please post the cover.
Full Speed by Janet Evanovich-4/24/19-****
Full Speed (Full, #3) by Janet Evanovich

10. Grape
☀ Read a book with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover.
The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale-11/5/18-*****
The Goose Girl (The Books of Bayern, #1) by Shannon Hale

11. Guava
☀ Read a book whose title begins with G.
Gator's Challenge by Eve Langlais-12/12/18-***
Gator's Challenge (Bitten Point, #4) by Eve Langlais

12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert OR with a pale green cover.

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK OR with a character that is a native of North America.

14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May OR with a title that begins with M.

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.) OR with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover.

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long OR set in California.

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a stand alone book OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months) OR a Series #3.

Polar Bared by Eve Langlais-8/3/18-****
#3 of Kodaik Point Series
Polar Bared (Kodiak Point, #3) by Eve Langlais

20. Watermelon
☀ Read a book (over 450 pages).
The Time of Singing by Elizabeth Chadwick-12/2/18-***** 512 pages
The Time of Singing (William Marshal, #4; Bigod, #1) by Elizabeth Chadwick


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Debbie (debbiegray) | 386 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019

20/20

TASKS:
1. Apricot
☀ Read a book with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover. Carnegie's Maid by Marie Benedict 9/11/18
Carnegie's Maid by Marie Benedict

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book with a 5 letter word in the title. Have a Nice Guilt Trip by Lisa Scottoline 8/25/18
Have a Nice Guilt Trip by Lisa Scottoline

3. Blackberry
Blackberries are very dark purple with smooth and brittle skin. The blackberry fruit contains polyphenol antioxidants and it also reduces the risk of esophageal cancer. Ageing can be delayed with the help of regular consumption of blackberries.
☀ Read a book with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word. Round Robin by Jennifer Chiaverini 10/8/18
Round Robin (Elm Creek Quilts, #2) by Jennifer Chiaverini

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. ...304 pages..Splendor in the Glass by Tamar Myers 10/2/18
Splendor in the Glass (Den of Antiquity, #9) by Tamar Myers

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title Dogwood Hill by Sherryl Woods 8/9/18
Dogwood Hill (Chesapeake Shores, #12) by Sherryl Woods

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate Beach House Reunion by Mary Alice Monroe 8/13/18
Beach House Reunion (Beach House, #5) by Mary Alice Monroe

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs Strawberry Cream Murder by Susan Gillard 9/17/18
Strawberry Cream Murder (Donut Hole Mystery #1) by Susan Gillard

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order) 3. Flamingo Diner by Sherryl Woods 9/29/18
Flamingo Diner by Sherryl Woods

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough Liars, Leakers, and Liberals: The Case Against the Anti-Trump Conspiracy by Jeanine Pirro 9/25/18
Liars, Leakers, and Liberals The Case Against the Anti-Trump Conspiracy by Jeanine Pirro

10. Grape
Grapes are grown for fresh eating, juice, jelly or wine. Seedless grapes are preferred for fresh eating or for raisins. Grapes have good vigor to cover trellis rapidly with thick foliage, perfect for adding some green to a home landscape. Grapes many laterals can easily and quickly spread over a fence, wall trellis, pergola, etc.
☀ Read a book with a fence on the cover. Please post the cover. Murder at the Mansion by Sheila Connolly 3/4/19
Murder at the Mansion (Victorian Village Mysteries, #1) by Sheila Connolly

11. Guava
Guava fruit is light yellow and blushed in the midst of pink. Guava is accessible from late spring through early fall. Guava fruits are sodium free, low in fat and calories. It also reduces the possibility of coronary heart disease. These fruits are often called as "super fruits." It is an evergreen, tropical shrub or low-growing small tree probably originated in Middle Americas.
☀ Read a book whose title begins with G. The Good Husband of Zebra Drive by Alexander McCall Smith 3/23/19
The Good Husband of Zebra Drive (No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency #08) by Alexander McCall Smith

12. Honeydew
Honeydew is a part of the melon family which is slightly oval in shape. It is the sweetest of every melon when ripe. The flesh is usually pale green in color, while the smooth peel ranges from greenish to yellow. Like most fruit, honeydew has seeds. The inner flesh is eaten, often for dessert.
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert The Cross-Country Quilters by Jennifer Chiaverini 10/28/18
The Cross-Country Quilters (Elm Creek Quilts, #3) by Jennifer Chiaverini

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK The Summer I Met Jack by Michelle Gable 8/3/18
The Summer I Met Jack by Michelle Gable

14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May ...5/1/2005..Enchanted, Inc. by Shanna Swendson 9/1/18
Enchanted, Inc. (Enchanted, Inc., #1) by Shanna Swendson

15. Nectarine
Nectarines are basically the same fruit as Peaches, the primary difference is that nectarines are smooth-skinned and peaches are blurry. Nectarines are sweeter, firmer and juicier. It provides a good source of carotenes, flavonoids and potassium.
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, ...Clare... Dead to the Last Drop by Cleo Coyle 8/15/18
Dead to the Last Drop (Coffeehouse Mystery, #15) by Cleo Coyle

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious Key Lime Fudge....sounds so good to me! All Fudged Up by Nancy CoCo 8/21/18
All Fudged Up (Candy-Coated, #1) by Nancy CoCo

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long Resistance Is Futile!: How the Trump-Hating Left Lost Its Collective Mind by Ann Coulter 10/14/18
Resistance Is Futile! How the Trump-Hating Left Lost Its Collective Mind by Ann Coulter

18. Raspberry
Raspberries are lower in calories, wonderfully delicious and are nutrient-dense. The most familiar type of raspberry is red-pink in color. Raspberries are solitary fruits.
☀ Read a stand alone book The High Season by Judy Blundell 9/21/18
The High Season by Judy Blundell

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months) OR a Series #3. This book fits both.. When Life Gives You Lululemons by Lauren Weisberger 10/17/18
When Life Gives You Lululemons (The Devil Wears Prada, #3) by Lauren Weisberger

20. Watermelon
Watermelon fruit is very large, smooth and the edible part is usually red pinkish color. Watermelon is the yummy, flavored fruit and it contains 90% water that we usually have during summer in sort to keep our bodies hydrated.
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages) ..464 pages...Out to Canaan by Jan Karon 9/3/18
Out to Canaan (Mitford Years, #4) by Jan Karon


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Mave | 186 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019
0/20

1. Apricot
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea OR with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover.

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else) OR with a 5 letter word in the title.

3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover OR with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book by an author who also writes under another name - (Tell us both names.) OR with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title OR with a character that is trying to lose weight.

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate OR where a character is a runner.

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs OR with many small round shapes on the cover. Please post the cover.

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order) OR with a NECK on the cover. Please post the cover.

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough OR with an item with stripes on the cover. Please post the cover.

10. Grape
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine OR with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover.

11. Guava
☀ Read a book set in the spring OR whose title begins with G.

12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert OR with a pale green cover.

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK OR with a character that is a native of North America.

14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May OR with a title that begins with M.

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.) OR with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover.

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long OR set in California.

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a stand alone book OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months) OR a Series #3.

20. Watermelon
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages) OR a book set in the summer.


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message 44: by Sunshine✰✰✰ (last edited Jul 30, 2019 11:32AM) (new)

Sunshine✰✰✰ | 456 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018 - July 31, 2019
Progress: 18/20


1. Apricot
Apricots originally came from China. This golden fruit has been around for more than 4,000 years. Apricots progressively made their way through the Persian Empire to the Mediterranean where they were fondly adopted. Spanish explorers introduced the apricot to the New World, and they were planted in the gardens of Spanish missions all over California. The first recorded major production of apricots in America was in 1792 south of San Francisco.
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea OR with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover.

2. Asian Pear
Asian Pears are yummy fruits that are related to apple and it is a group of pear varieties having crispy and juicy fruit. In Korea, the fruit is known as bae, and it is grown and consumed in great quantity.
☀ Read a book with a 5 letter word in the title.
Focus by Alyssa Rose Ivy 8/8/18

3. Blackberry
Blackberries are very dark purple with smooth and brittle skin. The blackberry fruit contains polyphenol antioxidants and it also reduces the risk of esophageal cancer. Ageing can be delayed with the help of regular consumption of blackberries.
☀ Read a book with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.
The Kingdom by Amanda Stevens 8/21/18

4. Cantaloupe
Cantaloupe fruit is also called as mushmelon, muskmelon, cantalope, rockmelon or spanspek which all together refers a variety of Cucumis melo, comes under the family Cucurbitaceae which includes nearly all melons and squashes. Cantaloupe has lusciously rich flavor, fragrance and minimal number of calories. It is also referred to as a netted melon because it has a rib less rind with a distinct netted skin. It is generally eaten as a fresh fruit, as a salad, or custard, or as a dessert with ice cream.
☀ Read a book with a page count that contains a 1 or 0 - 133 Pages
The Magical Curiosity Shoppe by Ani Gonzalez 8/7/18

5. Casaba Melon
Casaba melons are a tremendous source of vitamin C, vitamin B6 and also a good source of potassium. It mainly helps in maintaining optimum health and weight loss.
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title
Night Myst by Yasmine Galenorn 8/2/18

6. Cherry
Cherry is a fleshy stone fruit. Cherries taste best consumed "humid" from the tree. Cherries have a powerful pain relief benefits especially for runners and other athletes. It also has a considerable impact on relieving muscle and joint soreness more quickly and effectively.
☀ Read a book where a character is a runner.
Gwendy's Button Box by Stephen King 8/21/18

7. Currant
Currant fruits are small, rounded in shape with smooth skin which can be red, yellow, green, or black in color. Currant fruits are almost sweet in taste and also used in several food preparations.
☀ Read a book with many small round shapes on the cover.
Pies and Prejudice (A Charmed Pie Shoppe Mystery, #1) by Ellery Adams 9/4/18

8. Fig
Fig fruits are in bell-shaped, with a wide, flat bottom narrowing top. When the fruit ripens, the top will bend, forming like a "neck". Figs can be of varieties of colors such as brown, purple, green, yellow or black, and vary in size. The skin is slightly wrinkled and leathery.
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title
Girl's Guide to Witchcraft by Mindy Klasky 8/13/18

9. Gooseberry
Indian gooseberry fruits are of small size and light green in color. They have 6 vertical grooves on them. The taste of the fruit can be described as strong, harsh, and rough. This fruit is round shaped with vertical stripes and has a hard seed inside.
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough
The Child Thief by Brom 8/31/18

10. Grape
Grapes are grown for fresh eating, juice, jelly or wine. Seedless grapes are preferred for fresh eating or for raisins. Grapes have good vigor to cover trellis rapidly with thick foliage, perfect for adding some green to a home landscape. Grapes many laterals can easily and quickly spread over a fence, wall trellis, pergola, etc.
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine OR with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover.

11. Guava
Guava fruit is light yellow and blushed in the midst of pink. Guava is accessible from late spring through early fall. Guava fruits are sodium free, low in fat and calories. It also reduces the possibility of coronary heart disease. These fruits are often called as "super fruits." It is an evergreen, tropical shrub or low-growing small tree probably originated in Middle Americas.
☀ Read a book whose title begins with G.
Goddess With a Blade by Lauren Dane 8/25/18

12. Honeydew
Honeydew is a part of the melon family which is slightly oval in shape. It is the sweetest of every melon when ripe. The flesh is usually pale green in color, while the smooth peel ranges from greenish to yellow. Like most fruit, honeydew has seeds. The inner flesh is eaten, often for dessert.
☀ Read a book with a pale green cover.
The Town of Griswold (Berkley Street #3) by Ron Ripley 5/20/19

13. Huckleberry
Huckleberry otherwise called hurtleberry is the native fruit of North America. The fruit appear in various dark colors such as red, blue and black and each berry measures 5-10mm in diameter. The fruit is completely edible and possesses a unique sweet taste.
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK
Black In White by J.C. Andrijeski 10/24/18

14. Mango
Mango fruit is one of the most trendy, nutritionally rich fruit with distinctive flavor, smell and taste. Mangos are seasonal fruits that begin in the month of May. It is a very rich source of potassium, vitamin C and E.
☀ Read a book published in May
A Mouthful of Murder by Carol Durand 9/5/18

15. Nectarine
Nectarines are basically the same fruit as Peaches, the primary difference is that nectarines are smooth-skinned and peaches are blurry. Nectarines are sweeter, firmer and juicier. It provides a good source of carotenes, flavonoids and potassium.
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P. - Carling
Serpent's Kiss by Thea Harrison 10/4/18

16. Papaya
Papaya flesh is an orange color with either yellow or pink hues. Papayas bid the luscious taste and sunlit color of the tropics. Papaya also contains rich sources of antioxidant nutrients such as vitamin C & carotenes.
☀ Read a book with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT.
Ashes to Ashes (Experiment in Terror, #8) by Karina Halle 3/7/19

17. Plum
Plums have a flabby, round shape, very soft and shiny. In the early 1900s Luther Burbank, a prolific horticulturist, crossed a partially stoneless wild plum with California French prune varieties.
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long
The Restorer by Amanda Stevens 8/3/18

18. Raspberry
Raspberries are lower in calories, wonderfully delicious and are nutrient-dense. The most familiar type of raspberry is red-pink in color. Raspberries are solitary fruits.
☀ Read a stand alone book
House Beneath the Bridge by Iain Rob Wright 8/9/18

19. Strawberry
Most of the species send out long slender runners that actually produce a new bud at the extremity. The leaves typically have three leaflets, but the number of leaflets may be five or one.
☀ Read a Series #3.
Ghouls Just Haunt to Have Fun by Victoria Laurie 8/22/18

20. Watermelon
Watermelon fruit is very large, smooth and the edible part is usually red pinkish color. Watermelon is the yummy, flavored fruit and it contains 90% water that we usually have during summer in sort to keep our bodies hydrated.
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages)
Fury of the Demon by Diana Rowland 9/14/18


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Sallie(GeorgiaGirl) (shuga) | 179 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019

TASKS:
1. Apricot
Apricots originally came from China. This golden fruit has been around for more than 4,000 years. Apricots progressively made their way through the Persian Empire to the Mediterranean where they were fondly adopted. Spanish explorers introduced the apricot to the New World, and they were planted in the gardens of Spanish missions all over California. The first recorded major production of apricots in America was in 1792 south of San Francisco.
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea OR with a gold item on the cover. Please post the cover.

2. Asian Pear
Asian Pears are yummy fruits that are related to apple and it is a group of pear varieties having crispy and juicy fruit. In Korea, the fruit is known as bae, and it is grown and consumed in great quantity.
☀ Read a book where a character has a BAE (Before Anyone Else) OR with a 5 letter word in the title.

3. Blackberry
Blackberries are very dark purple with smooth and brittle skin. The blackberry fruit contains polyphenol antioxidants and it also reduces the risk of esophageal cancer. Ageing can be delayed with the help of regular consumption of blackberries.
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover OR with a title that has 10 letters. May be more than one word.

4. Cantaloupe
Cantaloupe fruit is also called as mushmelon, muskmelon, cantalope, rockmelon or spanspek which all together refers a variety of Cucumis melo, comes under the family Cucurbitaceae which includes nearly all melons and squashes.
Cantaloupe has lusciously rich flavor, fragrance and minimal number of calories. It is also referred to as a netted melon because it has a rib less rind with a distinct netted skin. It is generally eaten as a fresh fruit, as a salad, or custard, or as a dessert with ice cream.
☀ Read a book by an author who also writes under another name - (Tell us both names.) OR with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)

5. Casaba Melon
Casaba melons are a tremendous source of vitamin C, vitamin B6 and also a good source of potassium. It mainly helps in maintaining optimum health and weight loss.
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title OR with a character that is trying to lose weight.

6. Cherry
Cherry is a fleshy stone fruit. Cherries taste best consumed "humid" from the tree. Cherries have a powerful pain relief benefits especially for runners and other athletes. It also has a considerable impact on relieving muscle and joint soreness more quickly and effectively.
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate OR where a character is a runner.

7. Currant
Currant fruits are small, rounded in shape with smooth skin which can be red, yellow, green, or black in color. Currant fruits are almost sweet in taste and also used in several food preparations.
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs OR with many small round shapes on the cover. Please post the cover.

8. Fig
Fig fruits are in bell-shaped, with a wide, flat bottom narrowing top. When the fruit ripens, the top will bend, forming like a "neck". Figs can be of varieties of colors such as brown, purple, green, yellow or black, and vary in size. The skin is slightly wrinkled and leathery.
☀ Read a book with the letters F I G in the title (does not have to be in order) OR with a NECK on the cover. Please post the cover.

9. Gooseberry
Indian gooseberry fruits are of small size and light green in color. They have 6 vertical grooves on them. The taste of the fruit can be described as strong, harsh, and rough. This fruit is round shaped with vertical stripes and has a hard seed inside.
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough OR with an item with stripes on the cover. Please post the cover.

10. Grape
Grapes are grown for fresh eating, juice, jelly or wine. Seedless grapes are preferred for fresh eating or for raisins. Grapes have good vigor to cover trellis rapidly with thick foliage, perfect for adding some green to a home landscape. Grapes many laterals can easily and quickly spread over a fence, wall trellis, pergola, etc.
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine OR with a fence, wall trellis, or pergola on the cover. Please post the cover.

11. Guava
Guava fruit is light yellow and blushed in the midst of pink. Guava is accessible from late spring through early fall. Guava fruits are sodium free, low in fat and calories. It also reduces the possibility of coronary heart disease. These fruits are often called as "super fruits." It is an evergreen, tropical shrub or low-growing small tree probably originated in Middle Americas.
☀ Read a book set in the spring OR whose title begins with G.

12. Honeydew
Honeydew is a part of the melon family which is slightly oval in shape. It is the sweetest of every melon when ripe. The flesh is usually pale green in color, while the smooth peel ranges from greenish to yellow. Like most fruit, honeydew has seeds. The inner flesh is eaten, often for dessert.
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert OR with a pale green cover.

13. Huckleberry
Huckleberry otherwise called hurtleberry is the native fruit of North America. The fruit appear in various dark colors such as red, blue and black and each berry measures 5-10mm in diameter. The fruit is completely edible and possesses a unique sweet taste.
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK OR with a character that is a native of North America.

14. Mango
Mango fruit is one of the most trendy, nutritionally rich fruit with distinctive flavor, smell and taste. Mangos are seasonal fruits that begin in the month of May. It is a very rich source of potassium, vitamin C and E.
☀ Read a book published in May OR with a title that begins with M.

15. Nectarine
Nectarines are basically the same fruit as Peaches, the primary difference is that nectarines are smooth-skinned and peaches are blurry. Nectarines are sweeter, firmer and juicier. It provides a good source of carotenes, flavonoids and potassium.
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.

16. Papaya
Papaya flesh is an orange color with either yellow or pink hues. Papayas bid the luscious taste and sunlit color of the tropics. Papaya also contains rich sources of antioxidant nutrients such as vitamin C & carotenes.
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.) OR with a cover that can be described as SUNLIT. Please post the cover.

17. Plum
Plums have a flabby, round shape, very soft and shiny. In the early 1900s Luther Burbank, a prolific horticulturist, crossed a partially stoneless wild plum with California French prune varieties.
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long OR set in California.

18. Raspberry
Raspberries are lower in calories, wonderfully delicious and are nutrient-dense. The most familiar type of raspberry is red-pink in color. Raspberries are solitary fruits.
☀ Read a stand alone book OR a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).

19. Strawberry
Most of the species send out long slender runners that actually produce a new bud at the extremity. The leaves typically have three leaflets, but the number of leaflets may be five or one.
☀ Read a NEW book (released in the last 6 months) OR a Series #3.

20. Watermelon
Watermelon fruit is very large, smooth and the edible part is usually red pinkish color. Watermelon is the yummy, flavored fruit and it contains 90% water that we usually have during summer in sort to keep our bodies hydrated.
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages) OR a book set in the summer.


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JennyR (mortimerknits) | 624 comments Summer Fruits
Duration: August 1, 2018-July 31, 2019

TASKS: 20/20

1. Apricot
☀ Read a book set in a country that touches the Mediterranean Sea
Magic Rises, Ilona Andrews -8/22/18
Takes place in a post-apocalyptic Earth in a country by the Mediterranean Sea. The cover also has a gold lion on the cover.
Magic Rises (Kate Daniels, #6) by Ilona Andrews

2. Asian Pear
☀ Read a book with a 5 letter word in the title.
Magic Bites, Ilona Andrews -8/6/18
Magic is a 5-letter word.

3. Blackberry
☀ Read a book with skin on the cover OR with a title that has 10 letters.
Magic Slays, Ilona Andrews -8/18/18
Has skin on the cover and the title has 10 letters.
Magic Slays (Kate Daniels, #5) by Ilona Andrews

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Read a book with a page count that contains a 1 or 0. (Tell us the page count.)
Magic Mourns, Ilona Andrews -8/12/18
100 Pages

5. Casaba Melon
☀ Read a book with a TWO word title.
Magic Burns, Ilona Andrews -8/8/18

6. Cherry
☀ Read a book set in a "humid" climate.
Magic Bleeds, Ilona Andrews -8/11/18
Takes place in Atlanta - a humid climate.

7. Currant
☀ Read a book with a title word that has consecutive double Rs.
Curran POV Collection, Gordan Andrews -8/12/18

8. Fig
☀ Read a book with a NECK on the cover. Please post the cover.
Magic Breaks, Ilona Andrews 8/24/18
Magic Breaks (Kate Daniels, #7) by Ilona Andrews

9. Gooseberry
☀ Read a book with a character that can be described as strong, harsh, and rough.
Iron and Magic, Ilona Andrews -8/28/18
Hugh d'Ambry is described as strong, harsh, and rough.

10. Grape
☀ Read a book where a character makes juice, jelly or wine.
Magic Triumphs, Ilona Andrews -8/29/18
Kate makes sangria wine.

11. Guava
☀ Read a book whose title begins with G.
Gunmetal Magic, Ilona Andrews -8/22/18

12. Honeydew
☀ Read a book where a character eats fruit for dessert.
Amazonia, James Rollins -9/13/18
The MC eats fruit for dessert more than once.

13. Huckleberry
☀ Read a book with a word in the title that contains CK
A Flicker of Steel, Steve McHugh -8/13/18

14. Mango
☀ Read a book published in May OR with a title that begins with M.
The Mysterious Affair at Styles, Agatha Christie -9/19/18
Begins with M.

15. Nectarine
☀ Read a book whose MC's first name begins with C, F, or P.
Stone Bear: Sentinel, Amelia Jade -8/8/18
MC's name is Caia.

16. Papaya
☀ Read a book where a character tastes something luscious (Tell us what that is.).
Wildfire, Ilona Andrews -9/22/18
The MC eats red snapper that she describes as divine.

17. Plum
☀ Read a book whose author's last name is 7 letters long OR set in California.
Magic Shifts, Ilona Andrews -8/26/18
Andrews is 7 letters long.

18. Raspberry
☀ Read a book by a "familiar" author (well know author).
Magic Binds, Ilona Andrews -8/27/18
Ilona Andrews is well known. This book has over 20,000 ratings.

19. Strawberry
☀ Read a Series #3.
Magic Strikes, Ilona Andrews -8/10/18
#3 in the Kate Daniels series

20. Watermelon
☀ Read a "large" book (over 450 pages).
The Queen of the Damned, Anne Rice -10/5/18


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Lily (lilygcs) | 122 comments 20/20 - finished April 8th


1. Apricot
☀ Gold item on cover... Blaze (Unbreakable Bonds, #5) by Jocelynn Drake by Jocelynn Drake & Rinda Elliott - 9/17 - 5★

2. Asian Pear
☀ 5 letter word in the title... Brave for You by Crystal Lacy - 9/24 - 3.5★

3. Blackberry
☀ Skin on the cover... But For You (A Matter of Time #6) by Mary Calmes by Mary Calmes - 9/22 - 5★

4. Cantaloupe
☀ Page count contains a 1 (181 pages)... Jared's Evolution by Riley Hart - 8/29 - 3★

5. Casaba Melon
☀ TWO word title... Going Under by Kade Boehme - 8/13 - 4★

6. Cherry
☀ Set in a "humid" climate (Florida)... Beneath This Mask by Victoria Sue - 8/20 - 4★

7. Currant
☀ Consecutive double Rs... Corruption by Kim Fielding - 12/22 - 3★

8. Fig
☀ Letters F I G in the title... Fragile Ground by Louise Keller - 11/18 - 3.5★

9. Gooseberry
☀ Item with stripes on the cover... Peppermint Spiced Omega by Susi Hawke - 3/30 - 4★

10. Grape
☀ Fence on the cover... Love is Heartless by Kim Fielding - 10/7 - 5★

11. Guava
☀ Title begins with G... Gray's Shadow by K.A. Merikan - 12/1 - 4★

12. Honeydew
☀ Pale green cover... Shock & Awe by Abigail Roux - 11/24 - 3.5★

13. Huckleberry
☀ MC is a native of North America... The Fight Within by Andrew Grey - 10/17 - 3.5★

14. Mango
☀ Title that begins with M... Music of the Soul by Annabella Michaels - 4/8 - 4★

15. Nectarine
☀ MC's first name begins with C (Craig)... The Anatomy of Perception by A.J. Rose - 9/14 - 3.5★

16. Papaya
☀ Cover can be described as SUNLIT... Flickers by Tia Fielding by Tia Fielding - 8/5 - 3★

17. Plum
☀ Set in California... Manny Get Your Guy by Amy Lane - 8/7 - 3.5★

18. Raspberry
☀ Stand alone book... Exposed by Bey Deckard - 11/1 - 3.5★

19. Strawberry
☀ Series #3... Bronze Star by A.E. Wasp - 9/28 - 3.5★

20. Watermelon
☀ "Large" book (483 pages)... Something Like Thunder by Jay Bell - 8/15 - 4★


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