Tuesday, November 22, 2016

December Scattergories

The Lost Challenges discussion on goodreads

The general rules of Scattergories are you are given a list of categories and a time limit. Then the letter dice is rolled and you have to come up with something that matches your letter and the category.

This “Challenge” works in conjunction with the other challenges you may participate in this month. You may use a book to fulfill multiple items (you don't have to read 12 books this month...don't worry!) While you are fulfilling the requirements of your other challenges, be on the lookout for the following items (they may be on the cover or mentioned in the book):

The Challenge: I will post a list of 12 categories, 6 general relating to any book, and 6 specific to that month. On the last day of the month before, I will post the letter of the month. You can start reading on the 1st. The goal is to get as many points as possible by the end of the month.

December 1, 2016-December 31, 2016


1. Book Title:
Rustler's Moon Jodi Thomas 12/7/16

2. Author: Rylon , Jayne 
Long Time Coming Jayne Rylon 12/1/16

3. Main Character: Reacher, Jack - Killing Floor Lee Child 12/13/16

4. Secondary Character: Trey Riordan Looking Inside Beth Kery 12/3/16

5. Place: Rome 
Foreign Affairs Stuart Woods 12/21/16
6. Cover: Red
Seduction and Snacks (Chocolate Lovers, #1) by Tara Sivec Seduction and Snacks Tara Sivec 12/1/16

December Specials:

December is the twelfth and final month of the year. In the Western World, it is strongly associated with CHRISTMAS. December contains the WINTER Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere and has the fewest DAYLIGHT hours. December 1st is National PIE day, December 21 is HUMBUG day, and December 26 is the Day Of GOODWILL,

7. CHRISTMAS (any word associated with the holiday) 
Snowbound at Christmas Jennifer Ryan 12/4/16 p 9 Santas, reindeers, wreaths, and balls glistened with colored sugar and sprinkles.

8. WINTER (any word associated with the season) 
Quick Trick Skye Jordan 12/1/16 So raw.

9. DAYLIGHT (any word that represents light)
Well Hung Lauren Blakely 12/5/16 p. 191 Her face glows, and she looks healthy, radiant, energized. 

10. PIE (a kind of pie)  Imperfect Justice Olivia Jaymes 12/5/16 p 80 Rayne looked down at the plate of apple pie and ice cream.

11. HUMBUG (any word that expresses negativity) 
Quick Trick Skye Jordan 12/1/16
Which brought a reluctant smile to Faith’s lips.

12. GOODWILL (any word that expresses goodwill) 
Never Tear Us Apart Monica Murphy 12/8/16 p 17 I read article after article, my eyelids heavy, my brain overloaded with tips and tricks, reassuring words and reaffirming quotes. 

and the letter is...

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