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⚜️XAR (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
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TCF'S Fall Seasonal Challenge

♢Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18♢

🍂 Re-reads are allowed, any genre is acceptable, and there are no page minimums
🍂 Once you’ve read a book, strike through or check it and date it Posts with no completion dates/checks/strike throughs or Blank Posts will be skipped for participation counts!
🍂 Update your original post and post a "Finished!" comment when complete. DO NOT copy your entire original post and repost it when finished! Posts that copy your entire original post will be deleted!!
🍂No reading until 9/23, but you can reserve your spot & put your lists together
🍂 This will be a six part challenge, pick your level then pick your books.
🍂 NO DUPLICATING BOOK OR TASK ENTRIES!! Books and Tasks are only to be used/listed/completed once! An example of this would be reading a book published in October 2014 for the "Read a book published in October (any year)" task, and then reading another book, this one published in October 2016, justifying it by saying that the books were published in two separate years. Once you complete the "Read a book published in October (any year)" task, it can't be completed a second time to complete the category.
🍂This is one large challenge, not six little ones! IF YOUR POST DOES NOT INCLUDE ALL SIX PARTS OF THE CHALLENGE IT WILL BE DELETED! NO EXCEPTIONS!!
🍂When completing the spell out section, you can use the Author's First OR Last Name, the Book Title, or the book's Series Title. And, The, A, and An can NOT be used when spelling out your words!

Levels:
Candy Corn: 1-2 tasks per category
Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category
Turkey: 5-6 tasks per category

Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:

Yellow
Orange
Red
Purple
Blue
Brown
Black

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:

"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it:
"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:
"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover:

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book set on a farm:

Read a book from the historical genre:
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
Read a book with food on the cover:
Read a book involving a family business:
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The):

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book that is set in fall:

Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Read a book from the romance genre:
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with:

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):

Read a book published in October or November (any year):
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:
Read a book where football is watched or played:

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:

Candy
Leaves
Pie
Crisp
Autumn
Corn
Traditions


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message 4: by ⚜️XAR, Operations Manager (last edited Dec 19, 2018 03:49AM) (new)

⚜️XAR (duskrider3740) | 4390 comments Mod
♢TCF's Fall Seasonal Challenge♢
Duration:
9/23/18 - 12/20/18
Level: Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category
Read: 30/30

Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:

Yellow
Orange
Red
Purple: Fractured Honor by Kaylea Cross-10/5/18
Blue: Fragments of Ash by Katy Regnery-10/1/18
Brown
Black: My Bad by Lani Lynn Vale-12/2/18

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:
Christmas Blue at Flynn's by Angela Verdenius-12/2/18
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover: A Kiss For Midwinter by Courtney Milan-12/14/18
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it: Close to the Bone by Kendra Elliott-12/9/18
"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:
"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover:

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book set on a farm:

Read a book from the historical genre:
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover: Beneath the Summer Sun by Kelly Irvin-11/29/18
Read a book with food on the cover:
Read a book involving a family business: Butterface by Avery Flynn-11/29/18
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The): How About No by Lani Lynn Vale-11/4/18

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book that is set in fall:
Through the Autumn Air by Kelly Irvin-11/30/18
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front): Upon a Spring Breeze by Kelly Irvin-11/27/18
Read a book from the romance genre: Burning Up by Jennifer Blackwood-10/4/18
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with:

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):

Read a book published in October or November (any year): Up in Flames by Jennifer Blackwood-10/7/18
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre: An Amish Homecoming by Amy Clipston, Beth Wiseman, Shelley Shepherd Gray, and Kathleen Fuller-12/14/18
Read a book where football is watched or played: Talkin' Trash by Lani Lynn Vale-10/2/18

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:


L- My Gift is You by Rachel Lacey-11/3/18
E- In the Mood Fur Love by Eve Langlais, Milly Taiden, and Kate Baxter-10/2/18
A- Wild Like the Wind by Kristen Ashley-10/8/18
V- Irish On The Rocks by Magan Vernon-10/24/18
E- Desperate by A.K. Evans-11/20/18
S- A Little Siren by May Sage-10/15/18

C- Snatched by Cathleen Ross-10/22/18
R- Recklessly Ever After by Heather Van Fleet-10/27/18
I- If the Shoe Fits by Rachel Lacey-10/3/18
S- Season's End by Jackie Castle-10/20/18
P- The Best-Friend Billionaire Cowboy: Zack by Bonnie R. Paulson-11/27/18

C- Idol by Kristen Callihan-10/14/18
O- Obsessed by A.K. Evans-11/20/18
R- Rocky Mountain Cowboy Christmas by Katie Ruggle-12/15/18
N- The Rancher's Mail-Order Bride by Mindy Neff-10/10/18

Forgotten Trails by Bonnie R. Paulson
North of Need by Laura Kaye


message 5: by Denise, Manufacturing Director (last edited Dec 18, 2018 10:24PM) (new)

Denise (destiny_chan) | 5894 comments Mod
TCF Fall Seasonal Challenge
Duration: 23 September 2018 - 20 December 2018
Level: Pumpkin
(3-4 tasks per category)
Completed: 47/47

Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Yellow: The Dashing Blade by Jason Greenfield (13 Nov 2018) ★★★★
Red: Hero at the Fall by Alwyn Hamilton (29 Sep 2018) ★★★★★
Purple: Mirage by Somaiya Daud (06 Dec 2018) ★★★★
Blue: Earth Alone by Daniel Arenson (27 Nov 2018) ★★

The Dashing Blade (Lords of Hellfire Book 1) by Jason Greenfield Hero at the Fall (Rebel of the Sands, #3) by Alwyn Hamilton Mirage (Mirage, #1) by Somaiya Daud Earth Alone (Earthrise, #1) by Daniel Arenson

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover: Prosperity by Alexis Hall (11 Nov 2018) ★★★★
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover: Crocus by Amy Lane (07 Oct 2018) ★★★★★
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover: The Dragon Finds Forever by Kristen Painter (11 Nov 2018) ★★★★★
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover: The Path Of Destiny by Mike Shelton (29 Nov 2018) ★★

Prosperity (Prosperity, #1) by Alexis Hall Crocus (Bonfires, #2) by Amy Lane The Dragon Finds Forever (Nocturne Falls, #7) by Kristen Painter The Path Of Destiny (The Cremelino Prophecy #1) by Mike Shelton

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book from the historical genre: The Queen's Lover by Francine du Plessix Gray (18 Nov 2018) ★★
Read a book with food on the cover: Key Lime Pie Murder by Joanne Fluke (13 Dec 2018) ★★★★
Read a book with a moon on the cover: Some Girls Bite by Chloe Neill (08 Dec 2018) ★★★★
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest: The Heart of Aleppo: A Story of the Syrian Civil War by Ammar Habib (13 Dec 2018) ★★★★★

The Queen's Lover by Francine du Plessix Gray Key Lime Pie Murder (Hannah Swensen, #9) by Joanne Fluke Some Girls Bite (Chicagoland Vampires, #1) by Chloe Neill The Heart of Aleppo A Story of the Syrian Civil War by Ammar Habib

Category 4 - Changing Weather:
Read a book with a weather word in the title: The Smell of Rain by Cameron MacElvee (08 Oct 2018) ★★★★
Read a book from the romance genre: Stray Hearts by Harper Logan (16 Nov 2018) ★★★
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive): Fall of Giants by Ken Follett (17 Dec 2018) ★★★★★
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!): The Spy's Love Song by Kim Fielding (26 Nov 2018) ★★

The Smell of Rain by Cameron MacElvee Stray Hearts by Harper Logan Fall of Giants (The Century Trilogy, #1) by Ken Follett The Spy's Love Song (Stars from Peril, #1) by Kim Fielding

Category 5 - Fall Holidays:
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially): Halloween Hijinks by Kathi Daley (09 Nov 2018) ★★★
Read a book published in October or November (any year): Artemis by Andy Weir Published 14 Nov 2017 (14 Nov 2018) ★★★★
Read a book with a family member in the title: The Hostage's Daughter: A Story of Family, Madness, and the Middle East by Sulome Anderson (11 Oct 2018) ★★★★
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre: Night and Silence by Seanan McGuire (23 Nov 2018) ★★★★★

Halloween Hijinks (Zoe Donovan Mystery #1) by Kathi Daley Artemis by Andy Weir The Hostage's Daughter A Story of Family, Madness, and the Middle East by Sulome Anderson Night and Silence (October Daye #12) by Seanan McGuire

Category 6 - Spell Out:
L: The Last Thing He Needs by J.H. Knight (24 Sep 2018) ★★★★
E: The Exile by Andrew Britton (21 Oct 2018) ★★★
A: Against Authority: Freedom and the Rise of the Surveillance States by John Twelve Hawks (22 Nov 2018) ★★★★★
V: The Virgin's Daughter by Laura Andersen (19 Nov 2018) ★★
E: The End of the Cold War: 1985-1991 by Robert Service (29 Sep 2018) ★★★★
S: The Snowden Files: The Inside Story of the World's Most Wanted Man by Luke Harding (02 Oct 2018) ★★★★★

The Last Thing He Needs (The Last Thing He Needs, #1) by J.H. Knight The Exile (Ryan Kealey, #4) by Andrew Britton Against Authority Freedom and the Rise of the Surveillance States by John Twelve Hawks The Virgin's Daughter (Tudor Legacy #1) by Laura Andersen The End of the Cold War 1985-1991 by Robert Service The Snowden Files The Inside Story of the World's Most Wanted Man by Luke Harding

C: Children of Earth and Sky by Guy Gavriel Kay (03 Oct 2018) ★★★★★
R: The Ruins of Us by Keija Parssinen (31 Oct 2018) ★★★★
I: The Invisible by Andrew Britton (23 Sep 2018) ★★★★
S: Saints and Misfits by S.K. Ali (17 Nov 2018) ★★★★
P: The President Is Missing by Bill Clinton & James Patterson (26 Sep 2018) ★★★★

Children of Earth and Sky by Guy Gavriel Kay The Ruins of Us by Keija Parssinen The Invisible (Ryan Kealey, #3) by Andrew Britton Saints and Misfits by S.K. Ali The President Is Missing by Bill Clinton

A: Ace of Shades by Amanda Foody (17 Dec 2018) ★★★
U: Unchained: a science fiction romance adventure by Ruby Lionsdrake (16 Oct 2018) ★★★★★
T: Tales from the Magitech Lounge by Saje Williams (12 Oct 2018) ★★★
U: Unjustifiable Means: The Inside Story of How the CIA, Pentagon, and US Government Conspired to Torture by Mark Fallon (29 Nov 2018) ★★★★★
M: Moskva by Jack Grimwood (06 Oct 2018) ★★★
N: Natural Instincts by S.J. Frost 19 Oct 2018) ★★★

Ace of Shades (The Shadow Game, #1) by Amanda Foody Unchained a science fiction romance adventure by Ruby Lionsdrake Tales from the Magitech Lounge by Saje Williams Unjustifiable Means The Inside Story of How the CIA, Pentagon, and US Government Conspired to Torture by Mark Fallon Moskva by Jack Grimwood Natural Instincts (Instincts, #1) by S.J. Frost

T: Thirst by Lisa Worrall (22 Oct 2018) ★★
R: A Rope and a Prayer: A Kidnapping from Two Sides by David Rohde & Kristen Mulvihill (08 Oct 2018) ★★★★
A: Agent Storm: My Life Inside al Qaeda and the CIA by Morten Storm (18 Dec 2018) ★★★★
D: Dirty Wars: The World is a Battlefield by Jeremy Scahill (02 Nov 2018) ★★★★★
I: I Have Lost My Way by Gayle Forman (19 Oct 2018) ★★★★
T: This Rough Magic by Josh Lanyon (02 Oct 2018) ★★★★
I: An Improper Holiday by K.A. Mitchell (05 Oct 2018) ★★★★
O: Obsidio by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff (13 Oct 2018) ★★★★★
N: Never Say Spy by Diane Henders (09 Oct 2018) ★★★★
S: Sanction by William Hunter (03 Oct 2018) ★★★★

Thirst by Lisa Worrall A Rope and a Prayer A Kidnapping from Two Sides by David Rohde Agent Storm My Life Inside al Qaeda and the CIA by Morten Storm Dirty Wars The World is a Battlefield by Jeremy Scahill I Have Lost My Way by Gayle Forman This Rough Magic (A Shot in the Dark, #1) by Josh Lanyon An Improper Holiday by K.A. Mitchell Obsidio (The Illuminae Files, #3) by Amie Kaufman Never Say Spy (Never Say Spy, #1) by Diane Henders Sanction by William Hunter


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Jennifer (jhaltenburger) | 834 comments In!


Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Yellow A Case of Syrah, Syrah (A Wine Country Mystery #1) by Nancy J. Parra
Orange A Secret in the Pumpkin Patch (Danger Cove Farmers' Market Mystery #3) by Elizabeth Ashby
Red How to Walk Away by Katherine Center
Purple Deadly Dye and a Soy Chai (Danger Cove, #5) by Elizabeth Ashby
Blue Another One Bites the Crust by H.Y. Hanna
Brown Sour Apples (Orchard, #6) by Sheila Connolly
Black The Last Castle The Epic Story of Love, Loss, and American Royalty in the Nation's Largest Home by Denise Kiernan

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
Read a book with a smile on the cover: The Nymph Takes Nashville (A Nocturne Falls Universe story) by J.L. Farey
Read a book with a flower on the cover: Buried in Books (A Bibliophile Mystery, #12) by Kate Carlisle
Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover: Bitter Harvest (Orchard, #5) by Sheila Connolly
Read a book with an older character in it: A Whisker of Trouble
Read a book with a character that is a painter: Lethal Treasure
Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency: We Two: Victoria and Albert: Rulers, Partners, Rivals
Read a book with flames on the cover: Golden Malicious (Orchard, #7) by Sheila Connolly

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book set on a farm: A Gala Event
Read a book from the historical genre: Citizen Hollywood: A Novel of Golden-Era Hollywood
Read a book with food on the cover: Picked to Die (Orchard, #8) by Sheila Connolly
Read a book involving a family business: The Madoff Chronicles: Inside the Secret World of Bernie and Ruth
Read a book with a moon on the cover: Undead and Unwed (Undead, #1) by MaryJanice Davidson
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The): How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book that is set in fall: No Grater Danger
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front): A Cold and Broken Hallelujah
Read a book from the romance genre: Next to Love
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover: Yankee Doodle Dixie (Dixie, #2) by Lisa Patton
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive): Tinseltown Confidential: A Novel of Golden-Era Hollywood
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!): Alter Ego (Jonathan Stride #9) by Brian Freeman
Read a book you want to curl up with: The Fault in Our Stars

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book published in October or November (any year): Twisted Boulevard: A Novel of Golden-Era Hollywood
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!): No Apparent Distress: A Doctor's Coming of Age on the Front Lines of American Medicine
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter): The Advocate's Daughter
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking: Fatally Flaky
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre: The Innocent Dead
Read a book where football is watched or played: Big Game: The NFL in Dangerous Times

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:

Leaves
L LauraLaura
E Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress
A Apple Strudel Alibi
V The Vampire’s Fake Fiancée
E Earthly Delights
S Spouse on Haunted Hill

C City of Myths A Novel of Golden-Era Hollywood (Hollywood's Garden of Allah #8) by Martin Turnbull
O Robert B. Parker's Old Black Magic (Spenser, #46) by Ace Atkins
R Red War (Mitch Rapp, #17) by Kyle Mills
N NLP voor Dummies by Romilla Ready

C City of Myths: A Novel of Golden-Era Hollywood
R Revealing the Dead
I If I Fall
S Seeds of Deception
P A Paris Apartment

Autumn
A Anatomy of a Scandal
U Until I Met Her
T The Thrill of the Haunt
U Undead and Unemployed
M The Mark of the Pasha
N Not Quite Enough

T Two Tall Tails
R Rutherford Park
A The Autumn Throne
D The Dark Horse
I Intimacy: Trusting Oneself and the Other
T That Kennedy Girl
I Infamous
O Optical Delusions in Deadwood
N Not Quite Dating
S Stillhouse Lake

C Chance of a Ghost
A All the Missing Girls
N No Coming Back
D Divas, Diamonds & Death
Y The Year of Less: How I Stopped Shopping, Gave Away My Belongings, and Discovered Life Is Worth More Than Anything You Can Buy in a Store


message 7: by Cindy III (last edited Nov 25, 2018 10:31PM) (new)

Cindy III | 337 comments ♦Odds and Ends Challenges♦ > TCF's Fall Seasonal Challenge

♢Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18♢

🍂 Re-reads are allowed, any genre is acceptable, and there are no page minimums
🍂 Once you’ve read a book, strike through or check it and date it Posts with no completion dates/checks/strike throughs or Blank Posts will be skipped for participation counts!
🍂 Update your original post and post a "Finished!" comment when complete. DO NOT copy your entire original post and repost it when finished! Posts that copy your entire original post will be deleted!!
🍂No reading until 9/23, but you can reserve your spot & put your lists together
🍂 This will be a six part challenge, pick your level then pick your books.
🍂 NO DUPLICATING BOOK OR TASK ENTRIES!! Books and Tasks are only to be used/listed/completed once! An example of this would be reading a book published in October 2014 for the "Read a book published in October (any year)" task, and then reading another book, this one published in October 2016, justifying it by saying that the books were published in two separate years. Once you complete the "Read a book published in October (any year)" task, it can't be completed a second time to complete the category.
🍂This is one large challenge, not six little ones! IF YOUR POST DOES NOT INCLUDE ALL SIX PARTS OF THE CHALLENGE IT WILL BE DELETED! NO EXCEPTIONS!!
🍂When completing the spell out section, you can use the Author's First OR Last Name, the Book Title, or the book's Series Title. And, The, A, and An can NOT be used when spelling out your words!

Levels: Candy Corn: 1-2 tasks per category
Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category
Turkey: 5-6 tasks per category

Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Yellow
Orange
Red
Purple
Blue Towers Falling by Jewell Parker Rhodes 9/29 - 30
Brown
Black

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it:
"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:
"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover:

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book set on a farm:
Read a book from the historical genre:
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
Read a book with food on the cover:
Read a book involving a family business:
Read a book with a moon on the cover: Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The): Vietnam: A History of the War

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book that is set in fall: It Happened One Autumn
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Read a book from the romance genre: How the Scoundrel Seduces
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive): The Fall of Heaven: The Pahlavis and the Final Days of Imperial Iran, The Fall, Before the Fall
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with:

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):
Read a book published in October or November (any year):
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter): Good Brother, Bad Brother: The Story of Edwin Booth and John Wilkes Booth
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:
Read a book where football is watched or played:

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:
Candy
Leaves
Pie
Crisp

T
R
A
D
I Island of the Blue Dolphins 11/16 - 19
T
I
O
N
S Simmons, Wendy E. - My Holiday in North Korea: The Funniest/Worst Place on Earth 10/5 - 22

Autumn
Corn


message 8: by JoAnne (last edited Dec 18, 2018 06:36PM) (new)

JoAnne (joannemwct) | 2465 comments Level: Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category

Read 38/38 6/6 categories completed DONE!

Category 1 - Fall Colors: Read 4/4 DONE!
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:

Yellow
Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi 11/7/18 5stars

Red
Bathed in Prayer Father Tim's Prayers, Sermons, and Reflections from the Mitford Series by Jan Karon Bathed in Prayer: Father Tim's Prayers, Sermons, and Reflections from the Mitford Series by Jan Karon 11/23/18 4stars

Blue
Snowfall on Lighthouse Lane (Honeymoon Harbor, #2) by JoAnn Ross Snowfall on Lighthouse Lane (Honeymoon Harbor #2) by JoAnn Ross 10/27/18 4stars

Brown
Treasure Her Heart by Marin McGinnis Treasure Her Heart by Marin McGinnis 9/28/18 4stars


Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes: Read 4/4 DONE!
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:
A Brand New Ending (Stay, #2) by Jennifer Probst A Brand New Ending (Stay #2) by Jennifer Probst 10/14/18 5stars

"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:
Sunday Kind of Love by Dorothy Garlock Sunday Kind of Love by Dorothy Garlock 12/18/18 4stars

“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it:
The Five People You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom The Five People You Meet in Heaven (The Five People You Meet in Heaven) by Mitch Albom 10/15/18 5stars (Eddie - lives to his 80's)

"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:
Crimson by Tamela Miles Crimson by Tamela Miles 10/21/18 4stars (Delilah)


Category 3 - Harvest Seasons Read 4/4 DONE!

Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
SEAL's Honor (Alaska Force, #1) by Megan Crane SEAL's Honor (Alaska Force #1) by Megan Crane 10/30/18 4stars

Read a book involving a family business:
Mistletoe Miracles (Ransom Canyon, #7) by Jodi Thomas Mistletoe Miracles (Ransom Canyon #7) by Jodi Thomas 11/2/18 4stars (Holloway Ranch)

Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Crime Times Two (Wild Crime #2) by Julie Howard Crime Times Two (Wild Crime Book 2) by Julie Howard 10/18/18 4stars

Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The):
His Rags-to-Riches Contessa (Matches Made in Scandal Book 3) by Marguerite Kaye His Rags-to-Riches Contessa (Matches Made in Scandal #3) by Marguerite Kaye 9/30/18 4.5stars (H)

Category 4: Changing Weather: Read 4/4 DONE!
Read a book that is set in fall:
The Memory of You (Sanctuary Sound, #1) by Jamie Beck The Memory of You (Sanctuary Sound #1) by Jamie Beck 10/21/18 4stars (Octoberfest takes place)

Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
The Amish Midwife's Secret (Love and Promises #2) by Rachel J. Good The Amish Midwife's Secret (Love and Promises #2) by Rachel J. Good 11/18/18 4.5stars (leaves on trees in fall color)

Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
All I Want for Christmas is a Cowboy by Jessica Clare All I Want for Christmas is a Cowboy by Jessica Clare 11/4/18 4stars

Read a book you want to curl up with:
Love's Christmas Blessings by Celebrate Lit Publishing Love's Christmas Blessings by Laura V. Hilton, Rachel J. Good 11/14/18 4.5stars (love Amish stories - so heartwarming)

Category 5: Fall Holidays: Read 4/4 DONE!
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):
Cowboy Christmas Jubilee by Dylann Crush Cowboy Christmas Jubilee (Holiday, Texas #2) by Dylann Crush 12/9/18 4stars (Thanksgiving and Halloween too in the epilogue)

Read a book published in October or November (any year):
Up in Flames (Flirting with Fire, #2) by Jennifer Blackwood Up in Flames (Flirting with Fire #2) by Jennifer Blackwood 10/7/18 4stars (October 9. 2018)

Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
My Best Friend's Father (Best Friend's #3) by Eliza Ellis My Best Friend's Father (Best Friend's #3) by Eliza Ellis 11/30/18 4stars (Father)

Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:
The Christmas Key (Twilight, Texas #9) by Lori Wilde The Christmas Key (Twilight, Texas #9) by Lori Wilde 10/20/18 4.5stars (Naomi for her family and guests - her dad is a pastor and her mom has arthritis and is in a wheelchair)

Category 6: Spell Out: Read 18/18 DONE!
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:

C Cooper's Charm (Summer Resort, #1) by Lori Foster9/23/18 4.5stars
A Albom, Mitch - The Next Person You Meet in Heaven 10/16/18 5stars
N Natalie Cox - Mutts and Mistletoe 10/6/18 3.5stars
D Debbie Macomber - Alaskan Holiday 10/16/18 4stars
Y Yates, Maisey - Untamed Cowboy (Gold Valley #2) 11/24/18 4stars
Cooper's Charm (Summer Resort, #1) by Lori Foster The Next Person You Meet in Heaven by Mitch Albom Mutts and Mistletoe by Natalie Cox Alaskan Holiday by Debbie Macomber Untamed Cowboy (Gold Valley, #2) by Maisey Yates

L Lisa Wingate - Before We Were Yours 10/4/18 5stars
E Ensnared (The Accidental Billionaires #1) by J.S. Scott 9/26/18 4stars
A Anna: Bride of Alabama (American Mail-Order Brides #22) by Lily Graison 10/23/18 4stars
V Victoria by Daisy Goodwin 12/16/18 4stars
E Exclusive / A Touch of Heaven by Samantha Chase 11/13/18 4stars
S Shay, Kathryn - The Betrayal 10/1/18 3stars
Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate Ensnared (The Accidental Billionaires, #1) by J.S. Scott Victoria by Daisy Goodwin Anna Bride of Alabama (American Mail-Order Brides #22) by Lily Graison Exclusive / A Touch of Heaven by Samantha Chase The Betrayal by Kathryn Shay

P Promise Me You (Nashville Heights, #1) by Marina Adair 10/10/18 4stars
I India: Bride of Indiana (American Mail-Order Brides #19) by Ashley Merrick 10/22/18 4stars
E Evans, Richard Paul - The Noel Stranger (The Noel Collection, #2) 11/19/18 4stars
Promise Me You (The Eastons #2) by Marina Adair India Bride of Indiana (American Mail-Order Brides #19) by Ashley Merrick

C The Christmas Ranch (Cowboys of Cold Creek, #13) by RaeAnne Thayne 9/30/18 4stars
O Owen (Undercover Billionaire #3) by Melody Anne 11/28/18 4stars
R Rustlers in the Sage: A Western Novella by Donald L. Robertson 10/24/18 4stars
N Nina Crespo - The First Rule of Hook-Ups (Breakup Bash Book 1) 11/8/18 3stars
The Christmas Ranch (Cowboys of Cold Creek, #13) by RaeAnne Thayne Owen (Undercover Billionaire, #3) by Melody Anne Rustlers in the Sage A Western Novella by Donald L. Robertson The First Rule of Hook-Ups by Nina Crespo


message 9: by Elle (last edited Dec 20, 2018 06:22PM) (new)

Elle (elleay) | 299 comments TCF Fall Seasonal Challenge
Duration: Sep 23 - Dec 20, 2018

Level: Pumpkin (3-4 tasks per category)
Completed: 29/29

Category 1 - Fall Colors
Yellow: The Governess Game | Tessa Dare - Oct 20
Orange:
Red: Sabrina | Nick Drnaso - Nov 10
Purple:
Blue: Real Friends | Shannon Hale - Dec 10
Brown:
Black:

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes
Read a book with a flower on the cover:
A Year Full of Stories: 52 classic stories from all around the world | Angela McAllister - Dec 19
Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
Read a book with an older character in it:
Read a book with a character that is a painter:
The Orange Shoes | Trinka Hakes Noble - Dec 8
Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
Read a book with flames on the cover:
Fire Touched | Patricia Briggs - Sep 30

Category 3 - Harvest Season
Read a book set on a farm:
Unusual Chickens for the Exceptional Poultry Farmer | Kelly Jones - Nov 1
Read a book from the historical genre:
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
Read a book with food on the cover:
Read a book involving a family business:
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Three Mages and a Margarita | Annette Marie - Oct 26
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest:
Sadie | Courtney Summers - Oct 6

Category 4: Changing Weather
Read a book that is set in fall:
Low Town | Daniel Polansky - Dec 6
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Read a book from the romance genre:
Do You Want to Start a Scandal | Tessa Dare - Oct 4
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with:
Getting Stitches | Rudy Francisco - Dec 8

Category 5: Fall Holidays
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):
Read a book published in October or November (any year):
To Love Jason Thorn | Ella Maise - Dec 1 (December 2015)
Read a book with a Contraction in the title:
You Wouldn't Want to Live Without Bees! | Alex Woolf - Nov 2
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:
One of Us | Craig DiLouie - Oct 14
Read a book where football is watched or played:

Category 6: Spell Out
C: Chimamanda Ngozi Adiche | Dear Ijeawele, or a Feminist Manifesto in Fifteen Suggestions - Nov 24
A: Alex Lidell | Power of Five - Oct 19
N: Trinka Hakes Noble | The Legend of the Jersey Devil - Dec 8
D: Django Wexler | The Forbidden Library - Nov 24
Y: The Year of Shadows | Claire Legrand - Nov 29

L: The Library Book | Susan Orlean - Nov 5
E: Exit Strategy | Martha Wells - Nov 28
A: Annette Marie | Dark Arts and a Daiquiri - Nov 26
V: The Vanderbeekers and the Hidden Garden | Karina Yan Glaser - Dec 20
E: The Epic Adventures of Huggie & Stick | Drew Daywalt - Nov 15
S: Star Witch | Helen Harper - Oct 8

P: Powers, Vol. 1: Who Killed Retro Girl? | Brian Michael Bendis - Oct 15
I: lona Andrews | Magic Rises - Sep 25
E: Jaymin Eve | Pain - Nov 22


message 10: by Krissy (last edited Dec 01, 2018 05:37PM) (new)

Krissy (krissystewart) | 3313 comments KRISSY'S SPOT
Level: Turkey

COMPLETED!!


Category 1 - Fall Colors:
(view spoiler)
The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson Jarek (Dragons of Preor, #1) by Erin Tate Jared (River Pack Wolves, #3) by Alisa Woods Exit West by Mohsin Hamid His for the Holidays by Angela James Wheels Up (Out of Uniform #4) by Annabeth Albert The Sleep Tight Motel (Dark Corners collection) by Lisa Unger

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
(view spoiler)
Unfiltered No Shame, No Regrets, Just Me by Lily Collins Heat for Sale by Blake Moreno Eye Candy by Jackson Tyler The Autumn Bride (Chance Sisters, #1) by Anne Gracie Remy’s Painter (Werewolves of Manhattan, #2) by A.C. Katt Jaxson (River Pack Wolves, #1) by Alisa Woods Shaker of Earth (SPECTR Series 2, #5) by Jordan L. Hawk

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
(view spoiler)
Santa Daddy by Keira Andrews The Actor and the Earl (The Crofton Chronicles #1) by Rebecca Cohen Friends with Benefits (Wylder Creek #1) by Ashleigh Lyons Dinner for One (The Carlisles #1) by Meg Harding The Little Library by Kim Fielding Oh, My Roared (Paranormal Dating Agency, #12) by Milly Taiden The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

Category 4: Changing Weather:
(view spoiler)
Running into Love (Fluke My Life, #1) by Aurora Rose Reynolds Blood on Snow (Blood on Snow, #1) by Jo Nesbø Mister Professor by Ivy Oliver Wishtree by Katherine Applegate Kitchen Confidential Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly by Anthony Bourdain The Air He Breathes (Elements, #1) by Brittainy C. Cherry The Duchess Deal (Girl Meets Duke, #1) by Tessa Dare

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
(view spoiler)
A Halloween Surprise A Naughty Threesome Tale by Sidney Sitravon Rebound Remedy by Christine d'Abo The Spy's Love Song (Stars from Peril, #1) by Kim Fielding The Bride's Brother by J.P. Oliver The Long Way Home by Z.A. Maxfield Oh, My Roared (Paranormal Dating Agency, #12) by Milly Taiden The 5th Horseman (Women's Murder Club, #5) by James Patterson

Category 6: Spell Out:
(view spoiler)
Parker's Silver Lineman (Chosen #10) by J.D. Light A Baby for the Firefighter (Oceanport Omegas, #2) by Ann-Katrin Byrde The Sinner (Rizzoli & Isles, #3) by Tess Gerritsen Neil Patrick Harris Choose Your Own Autobiography by Neil Patrick Harris


message 11: by Nicole (last edited Dec 21, 2018 01:35AM) (new)

Nicole P TCF Fall Seasonal Challenge

Level: Candy Corn (1-2 tasks per category)

27/12 tasks completed

Category 1 - Fall Colors
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
1. Yellow: That Scandalous Summer by Meredith Duran (30/09) ★★★
2. Orange: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho (20/12) ★★★★
3. Red: Something Fierce by Jenika Snow (30/09) ★★
4. Purple: And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini (18/11) ★★★★
5. Blue: Good Girl by Jana Aston (28/09) ★★★★
6. Brown: Sweet and Deadly by Charlaine Harris (26/10) ★★★
7. Black: Allegiant by Veronica Roth (17/10) ★★★

That Scandalous Summer (Rules for the Reckless, #1) by Meredith Duran The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho Something Fierce (Underground, #1) by Jenika Snow And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini Good Girl by Jana Aston Sweet and Deadly by Charlaine Harris Allegiant (Divergent, #3) by Veronica Roth

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes
1. “Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover.

2. "Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover: Sacred Sins by Nora Roberts (01/11) ★★★

3. "Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover.

4. “How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it: The Darkest Whisper by Gena Showalter (12/10) ★★★★

5. "Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter: Do Not Respond by M.R. Field (08/10) ★★

6. "Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book where gold is the traditional currency: Empire of the Moghul: Raiders From the North by Alex Rutherford (23/11) ★★★

7. "October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover.

Sacred Sins (D.C. Detectives, #1) by Nora Roberts The Darkest Whisper (Lords of the Underworld #4) by Gena Showalter Do Not Respond by M.R. Field Raiders from the North (Empire of the Moghul, #1) by Alex Rutherford

Category 3 - Harvest Season
1. Read a book set on a farm: Unspeakable by Sandra Brown (15/10) ★★★★
2. Read a book from the historical genre: One Summer: America, 1927 by Bill Bryson (07/12) ★★★★
3. Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover: Two Brutes, One Barista by Shaye Marlow (28/10) ★★★
4. Read a book with food on the cover.
5. Read a book involving a family business: Oh, Henry by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff (01/10) ★★★
6. Read a book with a moon on the cover.
7. Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The): Stud in the Stacks by Pippa Grant (19/10) ★★★

Unspeakable by Sandra Brown One Summer America 1927 by Bill Bryson Two Brutes, One Barista (Alaskan Romance, #3) by Shaye Marlow Oh, Henry (OHellNo, #2) by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff Stud in the Stacks by Pippa Grant

Category 4: Changing Weather
1. Read a book that is set in fall: Hard Sell by Lauren Layne (27/10) ★★★★
2. Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
3. Read a book from the romance genre: Bishop by Sawyer Bennett (05/10) ★★★
4. Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover: Shock & Awe by Abigail Roux (04/11) ★★★
5. Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
6. Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):

7. Read a book you want to curl up with: Hooked On You by Kate Meader (21/10) ★★★★

Hard Sell (21 Wall Street, #2) by Lauren Layne Bishop (Arizona Vengeance, #1) by Sawyer Bennett Shock & Awe (Sidewinder, #1) by Abigail Roux Hooked On You (Chicago Rebels, #4) by Kate Meader

Category 5: Fall Holidays
1. Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially): Thanksgiving Night by Richard Bausch (14/11) ★★★
2. Read a book published in October or November (any year): The Libby Garrett Intervention by Kelly Oram (06/10) ★★ - published in October 2015.
3. Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):
4. Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter).

5. Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking: Idol by Kristen Callihan (26/10) ★★★★
6. Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre: Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist (12/10) ★★★
7. Read a book where football is watched or played: Pick Six by Max Monroe (16/10) ★★★

Thanksgiving Night by Richard Bausch The Libby Garrett Intervention (Science Squad, #2) by Kelly Oram Idol (VIP, #1) by Kristen Callihan Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist Pick Six (Mavericks Tackle Love, #2) by Max Monroe

Category 6: Spell Out
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:

Leaves
✓ L: Love in the Friend Zone by Molly E. Lee (29/09) ★★
✓ E: Broken Hart by Ella Fox (18/10) ★
✓ A: The Queen of the Damned by Anne Rice (28/10) ★★★
✓ V: Mate Magic by L. Valente & S King (27/10) ★★★
✓ E: Vampire Thirst by Ella J. Phoenix (06/11) ★★★
✓ S: Pipe Dreams by Sarina Bowen (10/10) ★★★

Love in the Friend Zone (Grad Night, #1) by Molly E. Lee Broken Hart (The Hart Family, #1) by Ella Fox The Queen of the Damned (The Vampire Chronicles, #3) by Anne Rice Mate Magic (Savior City Witches, #2) by L. Valente Vampire Thirst (Dragon Heat #2) by Ella J. Phoenix Pipe Dreams (Brooklyn Bruisers, #3) by Sarina Bowen

Pie
✓ P: Prodigal Summer by Barbara Kingsolver (10/12) ★★★
✓ I: In a Bind by Tess Oliver (09/11) ★★★
✓ E: The Hook-Up Experiment by Emma Hart (07/11) ★★★

Prodigal Summer by Barbara Kingsolver In a Bind (Plaything, #3) by Tess Oliver The Hook-Up Experiment (The Experiment, #1) by Emma Hart


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message 13: by Jonquil (last edited Dec 22, 2018 08:16PM) (new)

Jonquil | 699 comments TCF Fall Seasonal Challenge
Sep 23 - Dec 20, 2018
no page req
Candy Corn: 1-2 tasks per category

DONE

Category 1 - Fall Colors
Yellow: 10/7 Orange: 11/24 Red: 9/23 Purple: 10/30 Blue: 11/27 Brown: 11/14 Black: 11/21
Robert B. Parker's Colorblind (Jesse Stone #17) by Reed Farrel Coleman Whitewash by Alex Kava Turkey Trot Murder (A Lucy Stone Mystery, #24) by Leslie Meier Cold Spectrum (Harmony Black, #4) by Craig Schaefer The Kangaroo Murders (A Digby Sloan Mystery) by Sally J. Smith The Miscalculations of Lightning Girl by Stacy McAnulty John Dies at the End (John Dies at the End, #1) by David Wong
Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes
flower on the cover: 10/18
Mother's Day Murder (A Lucy Stone Mystery, #15) by Leslie Meier
fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
Stirring the Plot (Cookbook Nook Mystery, #3) by Daryl Wood Gerber
older character in it: Swamp Spook 11/11
Read a book with a character that is a painter:
Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
flames on the cover:
The Mummy Case (Jim Knighthorse, #2) by J.R. Rain
Category 3 - Harvest Season
Read a book set on a farm:
historical genre: Dead Magic 10/30
countryside scene on the cover: 10/17
Long Upon the Land (Deborah Knott Mysteries, #20) by Margaret Maron
food on the cover: 11/26
Cold Murder & Dark Secrets (Red Pine Falls Mysteries #2) by Angela C. Blackmoore
involving a family business: Matrimony & Mayhem: A Made in Savannah Cozy Mystery 11/1
moon on the cover:
Soul Food Spirits (Southern Ghost Wranglers Book 1) by Amy Boyles
Harvest Sweet's Sweets 10/20
Category 4: Changing Weather
Read a book that is set in fall:
weather word in the title Cold Sight 11/4
romance genre: Wyoming Cowboy Justice 11/7
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
FALL in the title Bat Out of Spell 11/19
dressed for cool weather 11/23
Grayson (The Lawmen of Silver Creek Ranch #1) by Delores Fossen
want to curl up with: Big Sky Dynasty 11/6
Category 5: Fall Holidays
Thanksgiving Turkey, Pies and Alibis 11/12
published in October 2017: The Secret, Book, & Scone Society 11/24
Contraction in the title: Give 'em Pumpkin to Talk About 11/13
family member : Mother's Day Murder 10/18
does a lot of/enjoys cooking: Lord of the Pies 11/22
paranormal Moon River 11/17
Category 6: Spell Out
C Cold Spectrum 10/30
O Oh Danny Boy 10/22
R Rescued by the Marine 10/29
NNight Unbound 10/19


message 14: by Gabriella (last edited Dec 31, 2018 01:55PM) (new)

Gabriella | 297 comments Lets just see how i do :) aiming for turkey (if not complete)
♢Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18♢
COMPLETED

Category 1 - Fall Colors: 7/7
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
★Yellow Manners & Mutiny 6/11
★Orange American Demon Hunters - Washington, D.C. 11/10
★Red The Mannamong - Volume 1 5/11
★Purple The Girl from the Other Side: Siúil, A Rún, Volume 3 6/11
★Blue Bad Mermaids Make Waves 30/10
★Brown When The Sun Sets: A Short Story 2/11
★Black Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered 27/9

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes: 6/7
★Read a book with a smile on the cover: Grotesque: A Psychological Horror Story 23/10
★Read a book with a flower on the cover: How Far Will It Bounce?: My Blue Ball 8/11
★Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover: Apple Pies and Alibis 8/12
★Read a book with an older character in it: Days That Changed the World 17/10
Read a book with a character that is a painter:
★Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency: The Adventure Zone: Here There Be Gerblins 16/10
★Read a book with flames on the cover: Burn District 6/11

Category 3 - Harvest Season: 6/7
★Read a book set on a farm: Survive the End 6/11
★Read a book from the historical genre: Real Crime 8/11
★Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover: The Search For The Sheriff's Star 1/10
★Read a book with food on the cover: Mango Cake and Murder 8/12
★Read a book involving a family business: Baehrly Beginning 2/11
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
★Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The): American Demon Hunters - Denver, Colorado 14/10

Category 4: Changing Weather: 6/7
Read a book that is set in fall:
★Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front): Bottled Lightning 23/10
★Read a book from the romance genre: Spirit's Bloom 30/10
★Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover: The Girl from the Other Side: Siúil, A Rún, Volume 2 21/10
★Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive): A Life For Sale: a short poem 31/10
★Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!): How to Run with a Naked Werewolf 26/9
★Read a book you want to curl up with: Waistcoats & Weaponry 4/11

Category 5: Fall Holidays: 7/7
★Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially): The Help 16/11
★Read a book published in October or November (any year): Ten Diner Love Song: An Aspie Girl in Massachusetts 27/9
★Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!): Life's a Witch 6/11
★Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter): A Daughter's Guide to Traveling With Your Mom 31/10
★Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking: How (Not) to Play With Magic 2/11
★Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre: Frostbite 31/10
★Read a book where football is watched or played: Soccer 8/11

Category 6: Spell Out: 5/7
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:
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message 15: by Meg (last edited Dec 27, 2018 10:22AM) (new)

Meg (makeli2) | 1097 comments Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
✔ Yellow - Turkey Day Murder (A Lucy Stone Mystery) by Leslie Meier Turkey Day Murder 11/23
✔ Orange - Murder at Sunrise (Sand and Sea Hawaiian Mystery #2) by Kathi Daley Murder at Sunrise 11/4
✔ Red - Christmas Caramel Murder (Hannah Swensen, #20) by Joanne Fluke Christmas Caramel Murder 9/25
✔ Purple - The Julius House (Aurora Teagarden, #4) by Charlaine Harris The Julius House 11/3
✔ Blue - The Peacock's Poison (Madigan Amos Zoo Mystery #5) by Ruby Loren The Peacock's Poison 10/5
✔ Brown - A Story to Kill (Cat Latimer Mystery, #1) by Lynn Cahoon A Story to Kill 10/13
✔ Black - Witching in the Moonlight (Harper “Foxxy” Beck, #11) by Raven Snow Witching in the Moonlight 11/2

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:

✔ “Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:
Deadly Dye and a Soy Chai (Danger Cove, #5) by Elizabeth Ashby Deadly Dye and a Soy Chai 11/17

✔ "Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:

Marigolds and Murder (Port Danby Mystery #1) by London Lovett Marigolds and Murder 1/27

✔"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:

Killer Calories (A Savannah Reid Mystery, #3) by G.A. McKevett Killer Calories

✔ “How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it:

A Bicycle Built for Murder (Manor House Mystery #1) by Kate Kingsbury A Bicycle Built for Murder 9/30

✔ "Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter (PI paints large canvasses):

The Silence of the Snakes (Madigan Amos Zoo Mystery #2) by Ruby Loren The Silence of the Snakes 9/27

"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:

✔ "October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover:

Turkeys, Tuxes, and Tabbies (Zoe Donovan Mystery #10) by Kathi Daley Turkeys, Tuxes, and Tabbies 11/15

Category 3 - Harvest Season:

✔ Read a book set on a farm:

Mistletoe Murder (Dewberry Farm Mysteries, #4) by Karen MacInerney Mistletoe Murder 10/3

✔ Read a book from the historical genre (historical mystery/1880):

Bloody Lessons (A Victorian San Francisco Mystery #3) by M. Louisa Locke Bloody Lessons

✔ Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:

Death in Dakota (Buffalo Butte Mysteries) by Dorothy Dayton Death in Dakota 10/10

✔ Read a book with food on the cover:

Pancakes and Corpses (Peridale Cafe Mystery #1) by Agatha Frost Pancakes and Corpses 9/26

✔ Read a book involving a family business:

War and Peach (Georgia Peach Mystery, #3) by Susan Furlong War and Peach 11/8

✔ Read a book with a moon on the cover:

Witch at Heart (Jinx Hamilton Mystery #1) by Juliette Harper Witch at Heart 11/6

✔ Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The):

How Aunt Tillie Stole Christmas (Wicked Witches of the Midwest Short) by Amanda M. Lee How Aunt Tillie Stole Christmas 12/10

Category 4: Changing Weather:

✔ Read a book that is set in fall:

Lions and the Living Dead (Madigan Amos Zoo Mystery #4) by Ruby Loren Lions and the Living Dead

✔ Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):

Beautiful Storm (Lightning Strikes, #1) by Barbara Freethy Beautiful Storm 10/28

✔ Read a book from the romance genre:

A Wallflower Christmas (Wallflowers, #4.5) by Lisa Kleypas A Wallflower Christmas 10/30

✔ Read a book with leaves on the cover:

The Halloween House (A Tess and Tilly Cozy Mystery Book 4) by Kathi Daley The Halloween House 10/3

✔ Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):

All Fudged Up (Candy-Coated, #1) by Nancy CoCo All Fudged Up 12/4

✔ Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):

Crowned and Dangerous (Her Royal Spyness, #10) by Rhys Bowen Crowned and Dangerous 11/9

✔ Read a book you want to curl up with:

How the Finch Stole Christmas! (Meg Langslow #22) by Donna Andrews How the Finch Stole Christmas! 12/10

Category 5: Fall Holidays:

✔ Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):

Caught Dead Handed (Witch City Mystery, #1) by Carol J. Perry Caught Dead Handed 10/20

✔ Read a book published in October or [November] (any year):

Mocha and Murder (Mom and Christy's Cozy Mysteries #4) by Christy Murphy Mocha and Murder 11/16

✔ Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):

There's Something about Marty (Working Stiffs Mystery, #3) by Wendy Delaney There's Something about Marty 11/27

✔ Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):

Mother's Little Helper by Karen MacInerney Mother's Little Helper 10/6

✔ Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:

Death on Eat Street (Biscuit Bowl Food Truck Mystery #1) by J.J. Cook Death on Eat Street 10/18

✔ Read a book from the paranormal genre (paranormal cozy mystery):

A Witch Before Dying (A Wishcraft Mystery, #2) by Heather Blake A Witch Before Dying 10/12

✔ Read a book where football is watched or played:

The Spellman Files (The Spellmans #1) by Lisa Lutz The Spellman Files 10/16

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:

✔ C - Cindy Sample - Dying for a Deal (Laurel McKay Mysteries Book 7) by Cindy Sample Dying for a Deal 11/7
✔ R - Rae Davis - Cut Loose (Dusty Deals Mystery #2) by Rae Davies Cut Loose 12/8
✔ I - Italian Folly Novella (Kissed in Italy, #0.5) by Julie Sarff Italian Folly (Julie Sarff) - 10/19
✔ S - Sarah Osborne - Too Many Crooks Spoil the Plot (A Ditie Brown Mystery #1) by Sarah Osborne Too Many Crooks Spoil the Plot 12/6
✔ P - Joanne Pence - Murder by Devil's Food (The Angie & Friends Food & Spirits Mysteries Book 4) by Joanne Pence Murder by Devil's Food 10/11

✔ L - Lynn Cahoon - A Deadly Brew (A Tourist Trap Mystery #9.5) by Lynn Cahoon A Deadly Brew 10/15
✔ E - Ellery Adams - A Killer Collection (A Collectible Mystery, #1) by J.B. Stanley A Killer Collection 11/24
✔ A - Adele Abbott - Witch Is When Life Got Complicated (A Witch P.I. Mystery #2) by Adele Abbott Witch Is When Life Got Complicated 10/18
✔ V - Vanessa Gray Bartal - Ladies' Circle of Murder (A Lacy Steele Mystery Book 8) by Vanessa Gray Bartal Ladies' Circle of Murder 11/7
✔ E - K J Emrick - Digging for Trouble (Pine Lake Inn #2) by K.J. Emrick Digging for Trouble 10/26
✔ S - Sherri Bryan - Spare Ribs, Secrets and a Scandal (Charlotte Denver #3) by Sherri Bryan Spare Ribs, Secrets and a Scandal 10/8


message 16: by Ashlee (last edited Oct 31, 2018 04:44PM) (new)

Ashlee | 3 comments ♢TCF's Fall Seasonal Challenge♢
Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18
Candy Corn: 1-2 tasks per category
Read: 3/21

Category 1 - Fall Colors
Read a book whose covers are at least 50%:

Brown: The Last Star by Rick Yancey
Black: Stolen by Kelley Armstrong

The Last Star (The 5th Wave, #3) by Rick Yancey Stolen (Women of the Otherworld, #2) by Kelley Armstrong
Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes

“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs
Read a book with an older character in it: A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop
Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency: Crazy Rich Asians by Kevin Kwan

A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman Crazy Rich Asians (Crazy Rich Asians, #1) by Kevin Kwan
Category 3 - Harvest Season

Read a book with a moon on the cover: I Am Grimalkin by Joseph Delaney
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The): Reunion in Death by J.D. Robb

I Am Grimalkin (The Last Apprentice / Wardstone Chronicles, #9) by Joseph Delaney Reunion in Death (In Death #14) by J.D. Robb
Category 4: Changing Weather

Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front): Archangel's Storm by Nalini Singh
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover: One Tiny Lie by K.A. Tucker

Archangel's Storm (Guild Hunter, #5) by Nalini Singh One Tiny Lie (Ten Tiny Breaths, #2) by K.A. Tucker
Category 5: Fall Holidays

Read a book published in October or November (any year): Captivated by You by Sylvia Day (Published: Nov 2014)
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter): The Mummy Bloggers by Holly Wainwright ★★★☆☆ - 31.10.2018

Captivated by You (Crossfire, #4) by Sylvia Day The Mummy Bloggers by Holly Wainwright
Category 6: Spell Out
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:

C: Cinder by Marissa Meyer
R: The Redemption of Callie & Kayden by Jessica Sorensen
I: The Iron Knight by Julie Kagawa
S: Secretariat by William Nack
P: Pestilence by Laura Thalassa

Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles, #1) by Marissa Meyer The Redemption of Callie & Kayden (The Coincidence, #2) by Jessica Sorensen The Iron Knight (The Iron Fey, #4) by Julie Kagawa Secretariat by William Nack Pestilence (The Four Horsemen, #1) by Laura Thalassa
A: The Alice Network by Kate Quinn
U: Undead and Unreturnable by MaryJanice Davidson ★★★★☆ - 05.10.2018
T: To Kill A Warlock by H.P. Mallory
U: Undead and Unpopular by MaryJanice Davidson
M: My Name Is Memory by Ann Brashares
N: Night Shift by Nora Roberts ★★★☆☆ - 30.10.2018

The Alice Network by Kate Quinn Undead and Unreturnable (Undead, #4) by MaryJanice Davidson To Kill A Warlock (Dulcie O'Neil, #1) by H.P. Mallory Undead and Unpopular (Undead, #5) by MaryJanice Davidson My Name Is Memory by Ann Brashares Night Shift (Night Tales, #1) by Nora Roberts


message 17: by Tania (last edited Dec 12, 2018 07:00PM) (new)

Tania | 172 comments TCF'S Fall Seasonal Challenge

♢Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18♢


🍂 Re-reads are allowed, any genre is acceptable, and there are no page minimums
🍂 NO DUPLICATING BOOK OR TASK ENTRIES!! Books and Tasks are only to be used/listed/completed once!
🍂When completing the spell out section, you can use the Author's First OR Last Name, the Book Title, or the book's Series Title. And, The, A, and An can NOT be used when spelling out your words!

Level: Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category

Progress: 28/28


Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a book whose covers are at least 50%:

✓Yellow - The Shining (The Shining, #1) by Stephen King The Shining by Stephen King (finished 12/1), my review is here
Orange
Red
Purple
✓Blue - Two Badges The Lives of Mona Ruiz by Mona Ruiz Two Badges: The Lives of Mona Ruiz by Mona Ruiz (finished 9/25), my review is here
Brown -
✓Black - Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn (finished 11/22), my review is here

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:
✓"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover: Karmartha, The Last Garden by R.G. Strong (finished 9/25), my review is here
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it:
✓"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter: Save the Loonies by Joyce Milton (finished 11/21), Nicole's mom Ellen is a painter and paints during the story, my review is here
✓"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling (finished 10/8), the wizards keep their gold at Gringotts, my review is here
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover:

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
✓Read a book set on a farm: The Wolfling: A Documentary Novel of the Eighteen-Seventies by Sterling North (finished 10/10), the Trent family owns a farm in Wisconsin where they raise pigs, sheep, and a number of crops, my review is here
Read a book from the historical genre:
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
Read a book with food on the cover:
✓Read a book involving a family business: A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (finished 11/26), Scrooge runs his own business, my review is here
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
✓Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The): They Came in Ships: A Guide to Finding Your Immigrant Ancestor's Arrival Record by John P. Colletta, Ph.D. (finished 11/17), my review is here

Category 4: Changing Weather:
✓Read a book that is set in fall: Second Stringer by Thomas J Dygard (finished 11/8), my review is here
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
✓Read a book from the romance genre: Christmas Chaos by Jennifer Conner (finished 12/1), my review is here
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
✓Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive): The Freaks Shall Inherit the Earth: Entrepreneurship for Weirdos, Misfits, and World Dominators by Chris Brogan (finished 10/5), my review is here
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with:

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):
Read a book published in October or November (any year):
✓Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!): You Just Don't Understand: Women and Men in Conversation by Deborah Tannen (finished 11/20), my review is here
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
✓Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking: Swine Not? by Jimmy Buffett (finished 10/26), the mother is a pastry chef, my review is here
✓Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre: Momentum: Pursuing God's Blessings Through the Beatitudes by Colin S Smith (finished 9/27), my review is here
Read a book where football is watched or played:

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:
Candy
Leaves
✓- L: Lion Hound by Jim Kjelgaard (finished 10/22), my review is here
✓- E: The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot (finished 10/15), my review is here
✓- A: Copper King by Vivian Arend (finished 12/12), my review is here
✓- V: Poor Unfortunate Soul: A Tale of the Sea Witch by Serena Valentino (finished 12/6), my review is here
✓- E: A Promise for Her Love by Elaina Lee (finished 12/1), my review is here
✓- S: The Sum of All Fears by Tom Clancy (finished 10/31), my review is here
Pie
✓- P: Phasma by Delilah S Dawson (finished 10/4), my review is here
✓- I: In the Red Light: A History of the Republican Convention of 1964 by Norman Mailer (finished 12/4), my review is here
✓- E: Lassie Come-Home by Eric Knight (finished 10/2), my review is here
Crisp
Autumn
Corn
✓- C: The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger (finished 10/1), my review is here
✓- O: The Oresteian Trilogy by Aeschylus (finished 9/23), my review is here
✓- R: The Railway Children by E. Nesbit (finished 9/27), my review is here
✓- N - Blue Almond Eyes by Natalie Nixon (finished 12/1), my review is here
Traditions


message 18: by Ashly (last edited Dec 12, 2018 01:51AM) (new)

Ashly (ashlyh) | 139 comments TCF's Fall Seasonal Challenge♢
Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18
Level: Pumpkin: 1-2 tasks per category
Read: 7/10

Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Yellow
Orange
Red
Purple
Blue
Brown: Overexposed 10/10/18, 4 stars
Black

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover: Cast No Shadow, 10/19/18, 2 stars
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it:
"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:
"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover:

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book set on a farm:
Read a book from the historical genre:
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
Read a book with food on the cover:
Read a book involving a family business: The Promise of Amazing, 12/9/18, 4 stars
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The):

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book that is set in fall:
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Read a book from the romance genre: A Family for Christmas, 12/3/18, 4 stars
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with:

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):
Read a book published in October or November (any year): A Cat, 12/7/18, 3 stars
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:
Read a book where football is watched or played:

Category 6: Spell Out:Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title (And, The, A, and An can NOT be used when spelling out your words!):

C: Crossplay10/21/18, 3 Stars
R: Revenge 10/11/18, 2 Stars
I: Ink and Bone, Interborough, Imperial Stout
S: Shadow Magic
P: The Puppet Show


message 19: by Sophie (last edited Jan 15, 2019 09:42AM) (new)

Sophie | 109 comments I’ll play!

Levels: Candy Corn: 1-2 tasks per category
Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category
Turkey: 5-6 tasks per category

Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Yellow
Orange
Red
Purple - Beautifully Decadent 15/10
Blue - The Scorpio Races 25/9
Brown
Black - The Carrow Haunt 9/10

Beautifully Decadent (Beautifully Damaged, #3) by L.A. Fiore The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater The Carrow Haunt by Darcy Coates
Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it: Tearing Down the Wall 21/11
"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:
"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency: The Glory by Lauren St. John (palomino horses are described as golden) 17/12
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover: Bonfire

Tearing Down the Wall (Survival, #3) by Tracey Ward Bonfire by Krysten Ritter The Glory by Lauren St. John

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book set on a farm:
Read a book from the historical genre: The Witchfinder's Sister 29/10
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover: A Merciful Silence 23/9
Read a book with food on the cover:
Read a book involving a family business: No One But Us (James is meant to take over the family law firm)23/9
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The): All the Little Lights 11/10

The Witchfinder's Sister by Beth Underdown A Merciful Silence (Mercy Kilpatrick, #4) by Kendra Elliot No One But Us by Elizabeth O'Roark All the Little Lights by Jamie McGuire

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book that is set in fall: Because of Logan 13/10
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Read a book from the romance genre: Friends with Benefits: A Steamy College Romance 28/9
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover: The Coffin Path 15/11
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with:

Because of Logan by Erica Alexander Friends with Benefits A Steamy College Romance by Hazel Kelly The Coffin Path by Katherine Clements

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):
Read a book published in October or November (any year): The Starlight Barking 4/10 (published October 1967)
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:Still Not Into You 5/11
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre: Thor: NTW 11/11
Read a book where football is watched or played: The Tenth Girl 17/10

The Starlight Barking by Dodie Smith Still Not Into You by Nicole Snow Thor NTW by Wayne Smith The Tenth Girl by Carrie Aarons

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:

Leaves:
L - Styx by Layla Frost 3/12
E -
A - When Stars Burn Out by Carrie Aarons 20/10
V - Moonlight Prince (Vampire Girl Series) by Karpov Kinrade 21/10
E -
S - Stupid Love by Cindy Miles 5/10
Styx (The Four #1) by Layla Frost When Stars Burn Out by Carrie Aarons Moonlight Prince (Vampire Girl #4) by Karpov Kinrade Stupid Love (Stupid in Love, #3) by Cindy Miles


message 20: by Debbie (last edited Dec 08, 2018 03:11PM) (new)

Debbie (debbiegray) | 1010 comments Levels:
Candy Corn: 1-2 tasks per category
Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category
Turkey: 5-6 tasks per category

Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Yellow Plum Pudding Murder by Joanne Fluke 11/10/18
Plum Pudding Murder (Hannah Swensen, #12) by Joanne Fluke
Orange
Red 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
Purple
Blue Splendor in the Glass by Tamar Myers 10/2/18
Splendor in the Glass (Den of Antiquity, #9) by Tamar Myers
Brown
Black

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover: Running Against the Tide: True Tales from the Stud of the Sea by Captain Lee 12/1/18
Running Against the Tide True Tales from the Stud of the Sea by Captain Lee
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover: Under a Maui Moon by Robin Jones Gunn 12/8/18
Under a Maui Moon (Hideaway, #1) by Robin Jones Gunn
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it: Round Robin by Jennifer Chiaverini 10/8/18
Round Robin (Elm Creek Quilts, #2) by Jennifer Chiaverini
"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:
"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover:

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book set on a farm:
Read a book from the historical genre: A Russian Princess Remembers by Ekaterina Meshcherskaya 10/23/18
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover: The Cross-Country Quilters by Jennifer Chiaverini 10/28/18
Read a book with food on the cover:
Read a book involving a family business: Flamingo Diner by Sherryl Woods 9/29/18
Flamingo Diner by Sherryl Woods
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The):
The Cross-Country Quilters (Elm Creek Quilts, #3) by Jennifer Chiaverini

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book that is set in fall: Murder Ties the Knot by Christy Fifield 11/3/18
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Read a book from the romance genre:
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with: Dead Cold Brew by Cleo Coyle 10/30/18
Dead Cold Brew (Coffeehouse Mystery, #16) by Cleo Coyle Murder Ties the Knot (A Haunted Souvenir Shop Mystery, #4) by Christy Fifield

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially): Halloween Hijinks by Kathi Daley 10/11/18
Read a book published in October or November (any year): 11/1996..Rueful Death by Susan Wittig Albert 11/14/18
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking: Engaged in Death by Stephanie Blackmoore 11/21/18
Read a book from the paranormal genre: A Ghost for Christmas by J.D. Winters 11/24/18
Read a book where football is watched or played:
Halloween Hijinks (Zoe Donovan Mystery #1) by Kathi Daley Rueful Death (China Bayles, #5) by Susan Wittig Albert Engaged in Death (Wedding Planner Mystery #1) by Stephanie Blackmoore A Ghost for Christmas (Destiny Bay Cozy, #1) by J.D. Winters

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:
Candy
Leaves
L Liars, Leakers, and Liberals: The Case Against the Anti-Trump Conspiracy by Jeanine Pirro 9/25/18
E A Fright to the Death by Dawn Eastman 11/27/18
A
V
E Winter in Paradise by Elin Hilderbrand 12/3/18
S
Liars, Leakers, and Liberals The Case Against the Anti-Trump Conspiracy by Jeanine Pirro A Fright to the Death (A Family Fortune Mystery, #3) by Dawn Eastman Winter in Paradise (Paradise, #1) by Elin Hilderbrand

Pie
Crisp
Autumn
Corn
Traditions


message 21: by Wanda (last edited Dec 20, 2018 05:01PM) (new)

Wanda (oma1229) | 344 comments TCF'S Fall Seasonal Challenge
♢Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18♢

Levels:

Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category


Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Yellow
Orange- Pumpkin Soup by Helen Cooper -Pumpkin Soup by Helen Cooper-10/25/18-*****
Red
Purple
Blue- Skinny Dipping with Murder (An Otter Lake Mystery, #1) by Auralee Wallace Skinny Dipping with Murder by Auralee Wallace-9/24/18-****
Brown- Death By Honeymoon (Caribbean Murder, #1) by Jaden Skye -Death By Honeymoon by Jaden Skye-10/26/18-****
Black The Museum of Mysteries (Cotton Malone, #13.5) by Steve Berry -The Museum of Mysteries by Steve Berry-10/13/18-*****

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:
- Rilla of Ingleside (Unabridged Start Publishing LLC) by L.M. Montgomery -Rilla of Ingleside by L.M. Montgomery-11/19/18-*****

"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:- Marigolds and Murder (Port Danby Mystery #1) by London Lovett Marigolds and Murder by London Lovett-12/17/18-***

"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:- Giving Thanks for Baby (Tiny Blessings #11) by Terri Reed -Giving Thanks for Baby by Terri Reed-11/9/18-****
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it:-The Bellmaker by Brian Jacques-9/24/18-***** (Blind Simeon is a very old mouse (character).

"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:-In Pursuit of the Proper Sinner by Elizabeth George-9/28/18-***** ( Cilla Thompson is a character who is a painter of modern art)

"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:-The Bridegroomby Linda Lael Miller-11/24/18-***** (This book is set during the 19th century in the western part of the U.S. when gold was a traditional currency)

"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover:- Aris (Stratham Dragons, #1) by Sarah J. Stone Aris by Sarah J. Stone-11/11/18-****

The Bellmaker (Redwall, #7) by Brian Jacques _ In Pursuit of the Proper Sinner (Inspector Lynley, #10) by Elizabeth George _ The Bridegroom (Stone Creek, #5) by Linda Lael Miller

Category 3 - Harvest Season:

Read a book set on a farm:-Wife for Hire by Janet Evanovich-11/23/18-****
Read a book from the historical genre:-The Glass Girls by Eric Scott Johnston-10/26/18-*****
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:-Christmas with the Sheriff (Shadow Creek, Montana, #1) by Victoria James by Victoria James-12/13/18-****
Read a book with food on the cover:- Murder Con Carne (Mexican Cafe Mystery #1) by Holly Plum -Murder Con Carne by Holly Plum-10/27/18-***
Read a book involving a family business:-Miss Kane's Christmas by Caroline Mickelson-12/9/18-*****(MC is Santa Clause's Daughter)
Read a book with a moon on the cover:- Sleep well, little bear by Quint Buchholz -Sleep well, little bear by Quint Buchholz-10/25/18-*****
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The):-The Etruscan Chimera by Lyn Hamilton-10/3/18-****
The Etruscan Chimera (Lara McClintoch Archeological Mystery, #6) by Lyn Hamilton _ Sleep well, little bear by Quint Buchholz _ The Glass Girls (Missing in Action, #1) by Eric Scott Johnston _ Wife for Hire (Elsie Hawkins #3) by Janet Evanovich _ Miss Kane's Christmas by Caroline Mickelson

Category 4: Changing Weather:

Read a book that is set in fall:-The Devil's Novice by Ellis Peters-9/23/18
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Read a book from the romance genre:-Cavelli's Lost Heir by Lynn Raye Harris-11/2/18-***
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:- Wicked Autumn (Max Tudor #1) by G.M. Malliet Wicked Autumn by G.M. Malliet-10/1/18-****
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):-A Christmas Case (Posie Parker Mystery #5.5) by L.B. Hathaway-A Christmas Case by L.B. Hathaway-12/4/18-****(The woman is wearing a winter coat and scarf).
Read a book you want to curl up with:-The Time of Singing by Elizabeth Chadwick-12/2/18-*****
[/bookcover:Wicked Autumn|10946475]_ The Devil's Novice (The Chronicles of Brother Cadfael Book 8) by Ellis Peters _ Cavelli's Lost Heir (Modern Romance) by Lynn Raye Harris _ The Time of Singing (William Marshal, #4; Bigod, #1) by Elizabeth Chadwick _ A Christmas Case (Posie Parker Mystery #5.5) by L.B. Hathaway

Category 5: Fall Holidays:

Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):-The Haunted Mask II by R.L. Stine-10/28/18-****

Read a book published in October or November (any year)-At Home In Stone Creek by Linda Lael Miller-11/7/18-****
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):-Marc Just Couldn't Sleep by Gabriela Keselman-11/11/18-****
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:-Haunted Tales by Terri Reid-10/30/18-*****
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:-Classic Goosebumps #26: Night of the Living Dummy 3 by R.L. Stine-10/27/18-****
Read a book where football is watched or played:
Classic Goosebumps #26 Night of the Living Dummy 3 by R.L. Stine _ The Haunted Mask II (Goosebumps, #36) by R.L. Stine _ Haunted Tales (Mary O'Reilly Paranormal Mystery, #15) by Terri Reid _ At Home In Stone Creek (Stone Creek, #6) by Linda Lael Miller _ Marc Just Couldn't Sleep by Gabriela Keselman

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:

Candy

C-Series: Cotton Malone #13-The Bishop's Pawn by Steve Berry-10/6/18-*****
A-The Alexander Cipher by Will Adams-11/14/18-****
N
D-
Y
The Bishop's Pawn (Cotton Malone, #13) by Steve Berry _ Aunt Bessie Assumes (Isle of Man #1) by Diana Xarissa _ The Alexander Cipher (Daniel Knox, #1) by Will Adams

Leaves

L-Lethal White BY Robert Galbraith1-0/23/18-*****
E-Eve Langlais-Kodiak's Claim-11/21/18-****
A
V
E- Evanovich, Janet-Full Scoop-/-*****
/S-Sarah J. Stone-Ilias-11/16/18-***

Lethal White (Cormoran Strike, #4) by Robert Galbraith _ Ilias (Stratham Dragons, #2) by Sarah J. Stone _ Kodiak's Claim (Kodiak Point, #1) by Eve Langlais _ Full Scoop (Full #6) by Janet Evanovich

Pie-(view spoiler)

Crisp

C-Series Title=Call of the Wild-Woof at the Door by Laura Morrigan-10/24/18-*****
R-Rumpelstiltskin by Paul O. Zelinsky-12/2/18-*****
I-Series Title=Ingrid Skyberg FBI Thriller-Run Girl by Eva Hudson-10/25/18-***
S- Stewart,Mary-A Walk in Wolf Wood-11/12/18-*****
P-The President Is Missing by Bill Clinton-10/24/18-*****
Woof at the Door (Call of the Wilde #1) by Laura Morrigan _ The President Is Missing by Bill Clinton _ Run Girl by Eva Hudson _ A Walk in Wolf Wood by Mary Stewart _ Rumpelstiltskin by Paul O. Zelinsky

Autumn

A- Ashley, Kristen-The Golden Dynasty-12/14/18-*****
U-Under a Sardinian Sky by Sara Alexander-11/5/18-*****
T
UUnder an English Heaven by Alice K. Boatwright-12/10/18-*****
M-May Gibbs-The Complete Adventures of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie-10/7/18-**** Under an English Heaven by Alice K. Boatwright
N
The Complete Adventures of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie by May Gibbs _ Under a Sardinian Sky by Sara Alexander _ The Golden Dynasty (Fantasyland, #2) by Kristen Ashley

Corn

C-Series-Chili Palmer #1-Get Shorty by Elmore Leonard-10/14/18-***
O-Series: Orchard Valley #3-Norah by Debbie Macomber-11/11/18-****
R
N
Get Shorty (Chili Palmer, #1) by Elmore Leonard _ Norah (Orchard Valley, #3) by Debbie Macomber

Traditions

T-Terri Reid-Eochaidh-10/29/18-*****
R-Ralph S. Mouse by Beverly Cleary-10/26/18-*****
A-Across the Miles: Tales of Correspondence by L.M. Montgomery-12/17/18-*****
DDebbie Macomber-Lone Star Lovin'-11/23/18-****
I Series: Isle of Man Mysteries-Aunt Bessie Assumes by Diana Xarissa-11/6/18-****
TThe Thinnest Air by Mi<s></x>nka Kent12/9/18-****
I-Series: Isle of Man-Aunt Bessie Believes by Diana Xarissa-12/5/18-****
OOstrich and the 'roo by Eve Langlais-12/6/18-***
N-Norton Juster-The Phantom Tollbooth12/20/18-****
SSeries: Sommerset Tales #1-The Closet by Jac Wright-11/25/18-***

Ralph S. Mouse (Ralph S. Mouse, #3) by Beverly Cleary_Eochaidh (The Legend of the Horsemen #1) by Terri Reid_Aunt Bessie Assumes (Isle of Man #1) by Diana Xarissa_Lone Star Lovin' (Orchard Valley, #4) by Debbie Macomber_The Closet (Summerset Tales #1) by Jac Wright_Ostrich and the 'roo (Furry United Coalition) by Eve Langlais_The Thinnest Air by Minka Kent_Aunt Bessie Believes (Isle of Man #2) by Diana Xarissa_Across the Miles Tales of Correspondence by L.M. Montgomery_The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster



message 22: by Natasha (last edited Dec 19, 2018 07:50AM) (new)

Natasha TCF'S Fall Seasonal Challenge

♢Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18♢

Levels:
Candy Corn: 1-2 tasks per category

Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Yellow
Orange
Red - The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead
Purple
Blue - Old Man's War (Old Man's War, #1) by John Scalzi
Brown
Black

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it:
"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter: The Princess Diaries
"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover: Fire by Sebastian Junger

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book set on a farm:
Read a book from the historical genre: The Abbot's Tale
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
Read a book with food on the cover:
Read a book involving a family business:
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The): Eats, Shoots & Leaves: The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book that is set in fall:
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Read a book from the romance genre: Secrets of a Summer Night
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive): The Field of Blood: Violence in Congress and the Road to Civil War
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with:

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):
Read a book published in October or November (any year): The Mysterious Affair at Styles
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre: The Night Ocean
Read a book where football is watched or played:

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:
Candy (4/5)
C - Chernobyl: The History of a Nuclear Catastrophe
A - Arrows of the Queen
N - The Naturals
D - A Darker Shade of Magic
Y

Leaves (5/6)
L
E - The Empty City
A - Acid West
V - Vampire Apocalypse: A World Torn Asunder
E - The Essex Serpent
S - Splintered

Pie
Crisp
Autumn
Corn
Traditions


message 23: by Erica (last edited Dec 03, 2018 03:15PM) (new)

Erica | 995 comments I love candy corn so I'll enter at that level (and because my reading has fallen way off lately - just too, too busy!)

TCF'S Fall Seasonal Challenge

♢Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18♢


(view spoiler)

Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Yellow
Orange
Red
Purple
Blue
Brown
Black

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
✔ “How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it: Maisie Dobbs by Jacqueline Winspear ♥♥♥♥♥ (9/29)
"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:
"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover:

Maisie Dobbs (Maisie Dobbs, #1) by Jacqueline Winspear

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book set on a farm:
Read a book from the historical genre:
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
Read a book with food on the cover:
Read a book involving a family business:
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The):

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book that is set in fall:
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Read a book from the romance genre:
✔ Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover: The Rain Watcher by Tatiana de Rosnay (12/3)
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with:

The Rain Watcher by Tatiana de Rosnay

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):
Read a book published in October or November (any year):
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
✔ Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking: Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty ♥♥♥♥ (10/22)
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:
Read a book where football is watched or played:

Truly Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:

C
A
✔ N - The Golden Notebook by Doris Lessing ♥♥♥ (10/13)
D
Y

The Golden Notebook by Doris Lessing


message 24: by Frankie (last edited Dec 12, 2018 10:34AM) (new)

Frankie Johnson | 59 comments TCF'S Fall Seasonal Challenge

♢Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18♢

Level:
Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category

34/34 Completed Finish!!


Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
01. Yellow:S-Duality-Lina Andersson 9/24
02. Blue:All the Way-Kristen Proby 9/26
03. Purple:Perfect Collision-Lina Andersson 9/23
04. Black:Cash-Jessica Gadziala 10/05
S-Duality (Marauders, #2.5) by Lina Andersson All the Way (Romancing Manhattan, #1) by Kristen Proby Perfect Collision (Marauders, #2) by Lina Andersson Cash (The Henchmen MC, #2) by Jessica Gadziala

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
05. “Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:Under the Mistletoe with Me-Kristen Proby 12/04
06. "Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:Keep Happy-A.C. Bextor 11/29
07. "Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:Ignited-J. Kenner 12/05
Under the Mistletoe with Me (With Me in Seattle, #1.5) by Kristen Proby Keep Happy (A Silvervale Second Chance Romance, #1) by A.C. Bextor Ignited (Most Wanted, #3) by J. Kenner

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
08. Read a book from the historical genre:The Most Defining Moments in Black History According to Dick Gregory-Dick Gregory 10/08
09. Read a book with food on the cover:Indulge With Me-Kristen Proby 12/04
10. Read a book involving a family business:Your Tempting Love-Layla Hagen 10/28
11. Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The):Hold You Close-Melanie Harlow 12/06
The Most Defining Moments in Black History According to Dick Gregory by Dick Gregory Indulge with Me (With Me In Seattle, #10) by Kristen Proby Your Tempting Love (The Bennett Family #5) by Layla Hagen Hold You Close by Melanie Harlow

Category 4: Changing Weather:
12. Read a book from the romance genre:Dirty Headlines-L.J. Shen 12/03
13. Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:Chief-Debra Kayn 10/06
14. Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):Falling Down-Anne Mercier 12/10
Dirty Headlines by L.J. Shen Chief (Brikken Motorcycle Club, #1) by Debra Kayn Falling Down (Rockstar #1) by Anne Mercier

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
15. Read a book published in October or November (any year):After Burn-Autumn Jones Lake 10/16
16. Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:Ask Me Again: Book 1-Kara Kinsley 11/25
17. Read a book where football is watched or played:Talkin' Trash-Lani Lynn Vale 10/02
After Burn (Lost Kings MC #10) by Autumn Jones Lake Ask Me Again Book 1 by Kara Kinsley Talkin' Trash (Bear Bottom Guardians MC, #2) by Lani Lynn Vale

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:
Leaves
18. L:Love Me Crazy-M.N. Forgy 11/08
19. E:Emphatic-Kaylee Ryan 11/20
20. A:Aurora Rose Reynolds-One Last Wish 9/29
21. V:Vale:Lani Lynn Vale-How About No 11/06
22. E:Emma Hart-Best Served Cold 10/03
23. S:Stacey Lynn-Knocked Up 9/27
Love Me Crazy by M.N. Forgy Emphatic (Soul Serenade #1) by Kaylee Ryan One Last Wish (Shooting Stars, #3) by Aurora Rose Reynolds How About No (Bear Bottom Guardians MC, #3) by Lani Lynn Vale Best Served Cold by Emma Hart Knocked Up (Crazy Love, #2) by Stacey Lynn

Crisp
24. C:Coopmans:Kathy Coopmans-The Wrath of Cain 10/11
25. R:Repo-Jessica Gadziala 10/14
26. I:Into the Deep-Samantha Young 11/06
27. S:Senn-Lane Hart 11/27
28. P:Peace, Love, & Macarons-Jessica Gadziala 11/20
The Wrath of Cain (The Syndicate, #1) by Kathy Coopmans Repo (The Henchmen MC, #4) by Jessica Gadziala Into the Deep (Into the Deep, #1) by Samantha Young Senn (Cocky Cage Fighter #5) by Lane Hart Peace, Love, & Macarons by Jessica Gadziala

Autumn
29. A:Adler-Jessica Gadziala 11/11
30. U:Until Ashlyn-Aurora Rose Reynolds 10/28
31. T:Travers:Winter Travers-Wrecker 10/14
32. U:Until Sage-Aurora Rose Reynolds 11/13
33. M:Meghan March-Guilty as Sin 12/12
34. N:Natasha Madison-Faux Pas 10/26
Adler (The Henchmen MC, #14) by Jessica Gadziala Until Ashlyn (Until Her/Him, #4) by Aurora Rose Reynolds Wrecker (Fallen Lords MC #4) by Winter Travers Until Sage (Until Her/Him, #5) by Aurora Rose Reynolds Guilty as Sin (Sin, #2) by Meghan March Faux Pas by Natasha Madison


message 25: by Brenna (last edited Oct 08, 2018 01:02PM) (new)

Brenna (cinderheart218) | 82 comments TCF Fall Seasonal Challenge
Duration: Sep 23 - Dec 20, 2018
Level: Candy Corn (1-2 tasks per category)
Completed: 0/17

Category 1 - Fall Colors
Yellow: Attachments by Rainbow Rowell (Start 10/6 end -)
Orange:
Red:
Purple:
Blue:
Brown:
Black:
Attachments by Rainbow Rowell

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes
Read a book with a flower on the cover:
Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
Read a book with an older character in it:
Read a book with a character that is a painter:
Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
Read a book with flames on the cover:

Category 3 - Harvest Season
Read a book set on a farm:
Read a book from the historical genre:
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
Read a book with food on the cover:
Read a book involving a family business:
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The):

Category 4: Changing Weather
Read a book that is set in fall:
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front): Let it Snow by: John Green, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle (start 9/30 - end 10/4)
Read a book from the romance genre:
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with:
Let it Snow by John Green

Category 5: Fall Holidays
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):
Read a book published in October or November (any year):
Read a book with a Contraction in the title:
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:
Read a book where football is watched or played:

Category 6: Spell Out
P:
I:
E:

✔C: The Cruel Prince by Holly Black (start 9/23 - end 9/27)
O:
R:
N:
The Cruel Prince (The Folk of the Air, #1) by Holly Black


message 26: by Celia (last edited Nov 05, 2018 09:00PM) (new)

Celia Buell (celiareadsbooks) | 720 comments 5 books

Category 1 - Fall Colors
Yellow
Orange
Red - Remember the Ladies Celebrating Those Who Fought for Freedom at the Ballot Box by Angela P. Dodson 11/3
Purple
Blue
Brown
Black

Category 2 - Autumn Quotes
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it:
"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:
✔"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book where gold is the traditional currency
A Whole New World 11/5
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover:
A Whole New World (A Twisted Tale #1) by Liz Braswell
Category 3 - Harvest Season
Read a book set on a farm:
Read a book from the historical genre:
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
Read a book with food on the cover:
✔Read a book involving a family business:
The God of Small Things 9/26
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest:
The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy
Category 4: Changing Weather
Read a book that is set in fall:
Read a book with a weather word in the title:
Read a book from the romance genre:
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
✔Read a book you want to curl up with
A Reaper at the Gates 10/4
A Reaper at the Gates (An Ember in the Ashes, #3) by Sabaa Tahir
Category 5: Fall Holidays
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):
✔Read a book published in October or November (any year):
Illuminae (published November 1, 2015) (10/13)
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Eve):
Read a book with a family member in the title:
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:
Read a book where football is watched or played:
Illuminae (The Illuminae Files, #1) by Amie Kaufman
Category 6: Spell Out
Candy
Leaves
Pie
Crisp
A
U
T
U
M Macbeth by William Shakespeare 10/24
N
Corn
Traditions


message 27: by Cathy (last edited Sep 23, 2018 10:51AM) (new)

Cathy Galloway | 338 comments TCF'S Fall Seasonal Challenge
♢Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18♢

Level
Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category

Completed: 0/20 + 0/22



Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Red
Cupid Cats (Dark Ones #7.5) by Katie MacAlister
Purple
Circus of the Darned (Ben and Fran, #2) by Katie Maxwell
Brown
Still Waters The Secret World of Lakes by Curt Stager
Black
Got Fangs? (Ben and Fran, #1) by Katie Maxwell

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
Read a book with a smile on the cover:
Wrong Groom, Right Bride
Read a book with an older character in it:
Scourged
Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
Queen of Shadows
Read a book with flames on the cover:
City of Heavenly Fire

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book from the historical genre:
The Heiress Effect
Read a book with food on the cover:
Breach of Crust
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
The Undead In My Bed
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest :
A Tale of Two Vikings

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book with a weather word in the title:
Cold Days
Read a book from the romance genre:
True Blue
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title:
Fallen Too Far
Read a book you want to curl up with:
City of Lost Souls

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book published in October or November:
Beyond Bullets: Creative Journaling Ideas to Customize Your Personal Productivity System
Read a book with a Contraction in the title:
The Grave's a Fine and Private Place
Read a book with a family member in the title :
The Girl with the Make-Believe Husband
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:
The Thief

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:

C Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy
A Allie McKay Must Love Kilts
N Natural Evil
D Deborah Harkness The Book of Life
Y You and I, Me and You

C Cunning, Olivia Trust Me
O The Outlaw Viking
R Ravenscraig Legacy Tall, Dark and Kilted
N Never Too Far

P Pessl, Marisha Special Topics in Calamity Physics
I Ilona Andrews Fate's Edge
E Elder Races True Colors

T Thomas, Sherry A Study in Scarlet Women
R Ravenscraig Legacy Some Like it Kilted
A Alexander, Tasha Uneasy Lies the Crown
D Dresden Files Skin Game
I Ilona Andrews Steel's Edge
T Throne of Glass Empire of Storms
I Immortals After Dark Wicked Abyss
O Oracle's Moon
N Never Let Me Go
S Serpent's Kiss


Crisp
Leaves
Autumn


message 28: by Vanessa (last edited Dec 13, 2018 12:28PM) (new)

Vanessa (nesshawk) | 32 comments TCF'S Fall Seasonal Challenge
♢Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18♢
Levels:

Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category
But I may try to level up! :)

Category 1 - Fall Colors
Orange - Murder on the Levels by Frances Evesham 10/10/18
Purple - Philomel Cottage: A Short Story by Agatha Christie 11/2/18
Black - The Lake by Tananarive Due 10/1/18
Philomel Cottage A Short Story by Agatha Christie Murder on the Levels (Exham on Sea Mysteries #2) by Frances Evesham The Lake by Tananarive Due

Category 2 - Autumn Quotes
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover: Smile by Brandon Wai 9/26/18
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover: Posies and Poison by Wendy Meadows 10/2/18
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover: Pumpkins in Paradise by Kathi Daley 11/7/18
Smile by Brandon Wai Posies and Poison (Sweetfern Harbor Mystery #1) by Wendy Meadows Pumpkins in Paradise (Tj Jensen Paradise Lake Mystery #1) by Kathi Daley

Category 3 - Harvest Season
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover: Death of a Cad by M.C. Beaton 9/26/18
Read a book with food on the cover: Buttercream Bump Off by Jenn McKinlay 9/28/18
Read a book with a moon on the cover: Manhattan Moon by Jae 10/12/18
Death of a Cad (Hamish MacBeth, #2) by M.C. Beaton Buttercream Bump Off (Cupcake Bakery Mystery, #2) by Jenn McKinlay Manhattan Moon (Shape-Shifter, #1.75) by Jae

Category 4: Changing Weather
Read a book that is set in fall: An Event in Autumn by Henning Mankell 10/25/18
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover: The Thing Under the Rug by Greg Beatty 10/3/18
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive): The Fall by Alexandre Puttick 10/5/18
The Thing Under the Rug by Greg Beatty

Category 5: Fall Holidays
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially): Hazelnuts and Halloween: A Short Cozy Murder Mystery by Leena Clover 9/23/18
Read a book published in October or November (any year): Magical Blend by Kennedy Layne 10/20/18
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:
The Mezzotint by M.R. James 9/27/18

Category 6: Spell Out

C - Croissants and Corruption by Danielle Collins 10/20/18
R - The Right Word: Roget and His Thesaurus by Jen Bryant 11/17/18
I - I Scream, You Scream by Wendy Lyn Watson 10/2/18
S - The Scarecrow: A Short Story by E. Reyes 10/5/18
P - Party Discipline by Cory Doctorow 10/9/18

A - Ani Gonzalez The Magical Curiosity Shoppe 10/11/18
U - Unexpected by Amy Saunders 9/27/18
T - Tell Me a Mitzi by Lore Segal 9/24/18
U - Unlovable by Dan Yaccarino 12/13/18
M - Murder, Vice, and Pumpkin Spice: A Short Story by Cari Dubiel 10/3/18
N - Neil Simon Last of the Red Hot Lovers 11/3/18

L - Leslie Budewitz - Assault and Pepper 11/17/18
E - Erin McCarthy Gone With The Ghost 10/6/18
A - Agatha Christie The Body in the Library 9/25/18
V - Vera Caspary Laura 11/3/18
E - Ernest Thompson On Golden Pond 9/26/18
S - A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle 12/13/18


message 29: by Lily (last edited Dec 31, 2018 04:48PM) (new)

Lily (lilygcs) | 182 comments Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category


37/38 - updated Dec 31st *** unable to complete before end date ***

Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Orange - Stars & Stripes by Abigail Roux - 10/4 - 5★
Blue - First Time by Stella Starling - 10/18 - 3.5★
Brown - By The Currawong's Call by Welton B. Marsland - 10/1 - 4★
Black - The Dilemma by Victoria Sue - 11/3 - 3.5★

Stars & Stripes (Cut & Run, #6) by Abigail Roux First Time (Second Chance, #0.5) by Stella Starling By The Currawong's Call by Welton B. Marsland The Dilemma (Sirius Wolves, #5) by Victoria Sue

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
A smile on the cover: The Boyfriend Recipe by Alex Miska - 10/27 - 3★
A flower on the cover: In Other Words...Murder by Josh Lanyon - 10/11 - 4★
A fall fruit on the cover: A Little Lesson by Pandora Pine - 11/10 - 3.5★
Book with an older MC in it: Promises Part 4 by A.E. Via - 11/16 - 5★

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Historical genre: The Duke in Denial by Alexandra Ainsworth - 11/27 - 3★
Countryside scene on the cover: Hudson's Luck by Lucy Lennox - 10/20 - 4★
Food on the cover: Piece of Cake by Mary Calmes - 11/2 - 5★
Starts with letter in Harvest: His First Christmas by Victoria Sue - 12/6 - 3.5★

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Weather word in the title: Trapped in Your Storm by Darien Cox - 11/28 - 4★
Romance genre: Whistling in the Dark by Tamara Allen - 11/13 - 4.5★
MCs are dressed for cool weather: Balefire by Jordan L. Hawk - 12/18 - 5★
Book you want to curl up with: Edge of Forever by Barbara Elsborg -10/6 - 5★

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Published in November: A Baby for Christmas by Ann-Katrin Byrde - 11/23 - 3.5★
Contraction in the title: If It Ain't Love by Tamara Allen - 10/29 - 3.5★
Family member in the title: Love, Marriage, and a Baby Carriage by C.S. Poe - 11/19 - 3.5★
Paranormal genre: The Beginning by Victoria Sue - 12/8 - 4★

Category 6: Spell Out:
Candy
Cutie and the Beast by E.J. Russell - 10/2 - 4★
Ante Up by Charlie Cochet - 10/26 - 3.5★
No Place Like Home by Kim Fielding - 10/29 - 2★
Don't Plan to Stay by Kaje Harper - 9/29 - 3.5★
The Yearning by A.J. Rose - 10/4 - 3.5★

Leaves
Leaning Into Forever by Lane Hayes - 12/3 - 5★
Endings and Beginnings by Patricia Logan - 10/11 - 4.5★
Always You by K.M. Neuhold - 10/26 - 3★
Vampire Claus by Robert Winter - 11/19 - 3.5★
Enemies like You by Annika Martin
Sins of the Heart by Allison Cassatta - 10/29 - 4★

Pie
Point of Contact by Melanie Hansen - 11/4 - 4★
In the Lonely Sea by Arielle Pierce - 10/26 - 2★
Exposed by Bey Deckard - 11/1 - 3.5★

Corn
Christmas with His Omega by Loerlei M. Hart - 12/9 - 4★
One Night at Finn's by R.G. Alexander - 10/8 - 4★
Rebel by Rhys Ford - 11/5 - 3.5★
Nicole Forcine - Smoky Glimpses - 11/27 - 3★


message 30: by Kelby *TwistedCactusReads* (last edited Nov 13, 2018 04:49AM) (new)

Kelby *TwistedCactusReads* (twistedcactusreads) | 364 comments Fall Seasonal Challenge
Level: Candy Corn: 1-2 tasks per category
Dates: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18
Books Read: 6/18

Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Purple - Daughter of the Burning City 10/16/2018
Black - The Black Witch 10/11/2018

Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody The Black Witch (The Black Witch Chronicles, #1) by Laurie Forest

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency: Kingdom of Ash
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover: The City of Brass

Kingdom of Ash (Throne of Glass, #7) by Sarah J. Maas The City of Brass (The Daevabad Trilogy, #1) by S.A. Chakraborty

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book set on a farm: The Dry
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The): Vicious

The Dry (Aaron Falk, #1) by Jane Harper Vicious (Villains, #1) by V.E. Schwab

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover: The Lantern's Ember
Read a book you want to curl up with: Stalking Jack the Ripper

The Lantern's Ember by Colleen Houck Stalking Jack the Ripper (Stalking Jack the Ripper, #1) by Kerri Maniscalco

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book published in October or November (any year):The Last Namsara 11/3/2018
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre: NOS4A2

The Last Namsara (Iskari, #1) by Kristen Ciccarelli NOS4A2 by Joe Hill

Category 6: Spell Out:

C - Caraval 11/12/2018
A - Ace of Shades
N - Neverworld Wake
D - The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein 10/28/2018
Y - Year One

Caraval (Caraval, #1) by Stephanie Garber Ace of Shades (The Shadow Game, #1) by Amanda Foody Neverworld Wake by Marisha Pessl The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein by Kiersten White Year One (Chronicles of The One, #1) by Nora Roberts

P - Pacifica 10/12/2018
I - The Iron Flower
E - Everless

Pacifica by Kristen Simmons The Iron Flower (The Black Witch Chronicles, #2) by Laurie Forest Everless (Everless, #1) by Sara Holland


message 31: by Jackie (last edited Dec 20, 2018 01:34PM) (new)

Jackie | 479 comments I'm in!

TCF'S Fall Seasonal Challenge
♢Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18♢
Turkey: 5-6 tasks per category


Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Yellow

Orange - Enna Burning (The Books of Bayern, #2) by Shannon Hale by Shannon Hale - 10/11/18

Red - Ruin and Rising (Grisha Verse, #3) by Leigh Bardugo by Leigh Bardugo - 9/27/18

Purple - Death Turns a Trick (Rebecca Schwartz, #1) by Julie Smith by Julie Smith - 10/20/18

Blue - Hooked on Murder (Crochet Mystery, #1) by Betty Hechtman by Betty Hechtman - 10/14/18

Brown - Dust and Shadow An Account of the Ripper Killings by Dr. John H. Watson by Lyndsay Faye by Lyndsay Faye - 11/6/18

Black - Skinwalker (Jane Yellowrock, #1) by Faith Hunter by Faith Hunter - 10/31/18


Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:
Clambake Murder (Rocky Cove Culinary Cozy #2) by Summer Prescott by Summer Prescott - 10/25/18

"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:
All Dressed Up and No Place to Haunt (A Haunted Vintage Mystery #2) by Rose Pressey by Rose Pressey - 11/8/18

"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:

“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it:
Hammered by Kevin Hearne - 9/24/18
Mrs. MacDonagh

"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:
Kaleidoscope by Dorothy Gilman - 9/28/18
Character Kristan is a painter.

"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
The Elves and the Otterskin by Elizabeth Boyer - 11/17/18
Gold is currency

"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover:
Swing A Mystery by Rupert Holmes by Rupert Holmes - 10/2/18

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book set on a farm:

Read a book from the historical genre:
Sherlock Holmes and the Red Demon by Larry Millett - 10/9/18

Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
Murder Will Out (Agatha Christie Investigates #1) by Alison Joseph by Alison Joseph - 10/1/18

Read a book with food on the cover:
The Battered Body (A Supper Club Mystery, #5) by J.B. Stanley by J.B. Stanley - 11/8/18

Read a book involving a family business:

Read a book with a moon on the cover:
The Monster in the Hollows (The Wingfeather Saga, #3) by Andrew Peterson by Andrew Peterson - 10/18/18

Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The):
House of Secrets by Chris Columbus - 9/26/18

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book that is set in fall:
Shades of Earl Grey by Laura Childs - 9/29/18

Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Storm Warning by Linda Sue Park - 10/3/18

Read a book from the romance genre:
Love Will Take Me Home by Anita Higman - 10/20/18

Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
A Friend of Silence (Roger and Bess Mystery #1) by M. Lee Prescott by M. Lee Prescott - 11/5/18

Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):

Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Magic Lantern (Rogue Angel) by Alex Archer by Alex Archer - 11/12/18

Read a book you want to curl up with:
The Mystery at Marlatt Manor by Anne Loader McGee - 12/3/18

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):

Read a book published in October or November (any year):
Divide and Conquer by Carrie Ryan - 10/16/18 - Published November 2012

Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):

Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
The 19th Wife by David Ebershoff - 10/23/18

Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:
Spider's Bite by Jennifer Estep - 10/8/18 - MC enjoys cooking

Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:
From Dead to Worse by Charlaine Harris - 10/27/18
Paranormal

Read a book where football is watched or played:

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:
Candy
C Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho - 10/16/18
A Life, the Universe and Everything by Douglas Adams - 9/30/18
N A Case of Syrah, Syrah by Nancy J. Parra - 11/10/18
D Peter and the Secret of Rundoon by Dave Barry - 10/8/18
Y Dead in the Morning by Margaret Yorke - 10/12/18

Leaves
L The Bad Beginning by Lemony Snicket - 11/23/18
E Eyes of Love by Patricia M. Lyons - 10/20/18
A Arcade Catastrophe by Brandon Mull - 10/5/18
V
E Exile by Shannon Messenger - 10/28/18
S Goliath by Scott Westerfeld - 10/24/18

Pie
P Robbery, Murder and Cups of Tea: A Novella by Phil Church - 10/25/18
I Sweep in Peace by Ilona Andrews 9 11/29/18
E Mrs. Jeffries Takes the Cake by Emily Brightwell - 12/8/18

Crisp
C Triumph and Treasure by Collette Cameron - 12/11/18
R The Reptile Room by Lemony Snicket - 12/11/18
I
S The Good Husband of Zebra Drive by Alexander McCall Smith - 11/4/18
P Artifact by Gigi Pandian - 10/15/18

Autumn
A Hidden Sins by Alison Joseph - 10/27/18
U
T Trouble in Triplicate by Rex Stout - 12/13/18
U
M Murder Passes the Buck by Deb Baker - 10/30/18
N

Corn
C The Demon King by Cinda Williams Chima - 12/9/18
O Out of Sight, Out of Time by Ally Carter - 10/25/18
R The Demigod Files by Rick Riordan - 12/7/18
N Depawsit Slip by Nancy C. Davis - 11/21/18

Traditions
T
R
A Afterlife by Marcus Sakey - 12/18/18
D Bank Shot by Donald E. Westlake - 10/13/18
I
T
I
O
N
S Finding Chandra: A True Washington Murder Mystery by Scott Higham - 12/20/18


message 32: by Brindi Michele (new)

Brindi Michele | 158 comments ♢TCF's Fall Seasonal Challenge♢
Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18
Level: Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category
Read: 0/32

Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Yellow
Orange
Red
Purple
Blue
Brown
Black

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it:
"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:
"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover:

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book set on a farm:
Read a book from the historical genre:
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
Read a book with food on the cover:
Read a book involving a family business:
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The):

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book that is set in fall:
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Read a book from the romance genre:
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with:

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):
Read a book published in October or November (any year):
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:
Read a book where football is watched or played:

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:


message 33: by Karen ♐ (last edited Dec 10, 2018 03:59PM) (new)

Karen ♐ (kmk1214) | 1935 comments TCF's Fall Seasonal Challenge♢
Duration: 9/23/18 - 12/20/18
No Pg Minimum
Level: Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category
Read: 24/32


Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Yellow
Orange - Comanche Woman (Sisters of the Lone Star, #2) by Joan Johnston Joan Johnston - 11/2
Red - Thrill Ride (Black Knights Inc., #4) by Julie Ann Walker Julie Ann Walker - 10/10
Purple
Blue
Brown
Black - In His Silks (Restrained, #1) by Patricia D. Eddy Patricia D. Eddy - 9/26

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it: - Intrigued Out of the Office Nicole Edwards - 9/25
"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:
"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover: Fire & Dark (The Night Horde SoCal, #3) by Susan Fanetti Susan Fanetti - 10/9
Intrigued Out of the Office (Office Intrigue Duet #2) by Nicole Edwards Fire & Dark (The Night Horde SoCal, #3) by Susan Fanetti

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book set on a farm:
Read a book from the historical genre: - McKettrick's Luck Linda Lael Miller - 10/4
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
Read a book with food on the cover:
Read a book involving a family business: - Beautifully Loyal Nicole Edwards - 10/14
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The): - The Arrangement 20: The Ferro Family H.M. Ward - 9/29
McKettrick's Luck (McKettricks, #6) by Linda Lael Miller Beautifully Loyal (Southern Boy Mafia #2) by Nicole Edwards The Arrangement 20 The Ferro Family (The Arrangement, #20) by H.M. Ward

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book that is set in fall: - The Wanderer Robyn Carr - 9/30
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Read a book from the romance genre: - The Protector Jodi Ellen Malpas - 9/28
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive): - Once Upon a Wild Fling Lauren Blakely - 10/30
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with: The Choice Shayla Black - 10/17
The Wanderer (Thunder Point, #1) by Robyn Carr The Protector by Jodi Ellen Malpas Once Upon a Wild Fling (Heartbreakers, #3) by Lauren Blakely The Choice (Doms of Her Life Heavenly Rising 1) by Shayla Black

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially): - No More Wasted Time Beverly Preston - 10/25
Read a book published in October or November (any year): - Pub Nov, 2012 - Share Me Olivia Cunning - 10/27
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:
Read a book where football is watched or played:
No More Wasted Time (The Mathews Family, #1) by Beverly Preston Share Me (One Night with Sole Regret, #0.5) by Olivia Cunning

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:
TRADITIONS
T - Touch Me Olivia Cunning - 10/28
R - Kindred in Death J.D. Robb - 11/7
A - Let It Ride Vivian Arend - 10/22
D - Yummy Sensations Belle Davis - 10/24
I - In Death (Series) - Promises in Death J.D. Robb - 10/20
T - Unhinged Timberlyn Scott - 10/29
I - Illegally Yours Kate Meader - 12/7
O - One Love Lili St. Germain - 10/2
N - Nobody Does It Better Lexi Blake - 10/4
S - Singed Kaylea Cross - 10/19


message 34: by Mave (last edited Sep 25, 2018 12:49PM) (new)

Mave | 192 comments TCF Fall Seasonal Challenge
Duration: 23 September 2018 - 20 December 2018
Level: Pumpkin (3-4 tasks per category)
Completed: 0/31


Category 1 - Fall Colors:
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Yellow
Orange
Red
Purple
Blue
Brown
Black

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover:
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it:
"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:
"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover:

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
Read a book set on a farm:
Read a book from the historical genre:
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
Read a book with food on the cover:
Read a book involving a family business:
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The):

Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book that is set in fall:
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Read a book from the romance genre:
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with:

Category 5: Fall Holidays:
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially):
Read a book published in October or November (any year):
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:
Read a book where football is watched or played:

Category 6: Spell Out:
L
E
A
V
E
S


message 35: by Richard (last edited Nov 01, 2018 02:30AM) (new)

Richard Moore (richoman25) The Challenge Factory
TCF'S Fall Seasonal Challenge
Turkey: 5-6 tasks per category
Duration: 1/10/18 - 31/10/18

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Category 1 - Fall Colors:
(view spoiler)

Category 2 - Autumn's Quotes:
(view spoiler)

Category 3 - Harvest Season:
(view spoiler)

Category 4: Changing Weather:
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Category 5: Fall Holidays:
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Category 6: Spell Out:

Candy
(view spoiler)

Leaves
(view spoiler)

Pie
(view spoiler)

Crisp
(view spoiler)

Autumn
(view spoiler)

Corn
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Traditions
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message 36: by Gil-or (readingbooksinisrael) (last edited Nov 13, 2018 05:11AM) (new)

Gil-or (readingbooksinisrael) (meirathefirst) | 172 comments Since I had more fun than I expected with the Summer Challenge I'll try this.

♢Duration: 23/9/18 - 20/12/18♢
no reading until the 23rd!

Levels:
Candy Corn: 1-2 tasks per category
Pumpkin: 3-4 tasks per category
Turkey: 5-6 tasks per category

(view spoiler)

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Category 4: Changing Weather:
Read a book that is set in fall: The Cheerleaders (6/11/18)
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Read a book from the romance genre:
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!):
Read a book you want to curl up with:

🗸(view spoiler)

Category 6: Spell Out:
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title
Candy
Leaves
Pie
Crisp
A: Catch Me If You Can: The True Story of a Real Fake/Frank W. Abagnale (20/10/18)
U: United We Spy/Ally Carter (11/10/18)
T: Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There/Lewis Carroll (12/10/18)
U:
M: Sleeping Beauty: The One Who Took the Really Long Nap/Wendy Mass (17/10/18)
N:

C: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland/Lewis Carroll (6/10/18)
O: Out of Sight, Out of Time/Ally Carter (4/10/18)
R: Remarkable Creatures/Tracy Chevalier (1/10/18)
N:
Traditions

Give up: 13/11/18


message 37: by Heather (last edited Nov 27, 2018 04:22PM) (new)

Heather 3/7 Fall Colors
Read a a book whose covers are at least 50%:
Yellow
Orange The Martian 11/16
The Martian by Andy Weir
Red
Purple
Blue Off the Clock: Feel Less Busy While Getting More Done 10/23
Off the Clock Feel Less Busy While Getting More Done by Laura Vanderkam
Brown
Black Starflight 11/21
Starflight (Starflight, #1) by Melissa Landers

2/7 Autumn's Quotes
“Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.” - William Cullen Bryant: Read a book with a smile on the cover: Talking as Fast as I Can: From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls 10/10
Talking as Fast as I Can From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls (and Everything in Between) by Lauren Graham
"Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower." - Albert Camus: Read a book with a flower on the cover:
"Autumn is the mellower season, and what we lose in flowers we more than gain in fruits." - Samuel Butler: Read a book with a fall fruit or vegetable on the cover:
“How beautifully leaves grow old. How full of light and color are their last days.” - John Burroughs: Read a book with an older character in it (grandmother): Keturah and Lord Death 11/7
Keturah and Lord Death by Martine Leavitt
"Winter is an etching, spring a watercolor, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all." - Stanley Horowitz: Read a book with a character that is a painter:
"Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons." - Jim Bishop: Read a book with a gold cover or where gold is the traditional currency:
"October's poplars are flaming torches lighting the way to winter." - Nova S. Blair: Read a book with flames on the cover:

2/7 Harvest Season
Read a book set on a farm:
Read a book from the historical genre: Before We Were Yours 11/15
Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
Read a book with a countryside scene on the cover:
Read a book with food on the cover:
Read a book involving a family business:
Read a book with a moon on the cover:
Read a book that starts with one of the letters in Harvest (ignoring And, A, An or The): Astrophysics for People in a Hurry 10/15
Astrophysics for People in a Hurry by Neil deGrasse Tyson

2/7 Changing Weather
Read a book that is set in fall:
Read a book with a weather word in the title (e.g. Storm Front):
Read a book from the romance genre:
Read a book with rain or leaves on the cover:
Read a book that has the letters FALL in the title (does not have to be consecutive):
Read a book where the characters are dressed for cool weather on the cover (No winter accessories, please, but sweaters are acceptable!): Someday, Someday, Maybe 10/17
Someday, Someday, Maybe by Lauren Graham
Read a book you want to curl up with: A Nest for Celeste: A Story About Art, Inspiration, and the Meaning of Home 11/19
A Nest for Celeste A Story About Art, Inspiration, and the Meaning of Home by Henry Cole

2/7 Fall Holidays
Read a book set on Halloween or Thanksgiving (at least partially): The Mother-Daughter Book Club 10/30
The Mother-Daughter Book Club (The Mother-Daughter Book Club, #1) by Heather Vogel Frederick
Read a book published in October or November (any year):
Read a book with a Contraction in the title (Because Halloween is a contraction of All Hallows Evening!):
Read a book with a family member in the title (e.g. Misadventures of the First Daughter):
Read a book where someone does a lot of/enjoys cooking:
Read a book from the horror, paranormal, or Inspirational genre:
Read a book where football is watched or played: Rocket Men: The Daring Odyssey of Apollo 8 and the Astronauts Who Made Man's First Journey to the Moon 11/17 (Borman didn't want their telecast to interrupt football)
Rocket Men The Daring Odyssey of Apollo 8 and the Astronauts Who Made Man's First Journey to the Moon by Robert Kurson

1/7 Spell Out
Spell out with author name (First or last), series name, or title:
Candy
Leaves
Pie

C Crenshaw 11/4
R Rowling, JK Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Original Screenplay 10/31
I The Indian in the Cupboard 11/27
S The Secret School 10/28
P Pratchett, Terry Men at Arms 11/2
Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them The Original Screenplay by J.K. Rowling The Indian in the Cupboard (The Indian in the Cupboard, #1) by Lynne Reid Banks The Secret School by Avi Men at Arms (Discworld, #15; City Watch #2) by Terry Pratchett

Autumn
Corn
Traditions


message 38: by Tania (new)

Tania | 172 comments Complete on message 18, with 28/28


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Tania wrote: "Complete on message 18, with 28/28"

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Vanessa (nesshawk) | 32 comments FINISHED! Pumpkin Level - Message 29


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Vanessa wrote: "FINISHED! Pumpkin Level - Message 29"

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JoAnne (joannemwct) | 2465 comments Completed on post #8
Level - Pumpkin - 4 tasks per category
Read 38 books!


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Denise (destiny_chan) | 5894 comments Mod
Finished, post #5 - pumpkin level, 47/47.


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JoAnne wrote: "Completed on post #8
Level - Pumpkin - 4 tasks per category
Read 38 books!"


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Denise wrote: "Finished, post #5 - pumpkin level, 47/47."

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Wanda (oma1229) | 344 comments Completed Pumpkin Level Post #22


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Elle (elleay) | 299 comments Finished!! Completed Pumpkin Level in Post #9.


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Nicole P All done! Message 11


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