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Welcome to the challenge!!!

I’m at least the third hostess for this weekly challenge, which has been continuous for many, many years.


Each Saturday (or on occasion on Friday) a book cover is posted as the theme for the coming week. The object is to find books with the themed cover for the week and release them within the week. For instance, the week’s theme might be cover with a pen showing on the cover (modern or quill) or the word pen within the title of the book; or the colors yellow and pink showing on the cover; or authors named Christopher.

Sometimes we will have a “Mystery Namer” – someone other than me who will set up the challenge. Just PM me if you would like to be a “Mystery Namer” and let me know which week you would like to do so.

1) Saturday (in US and Canada) is the overlap day when either the previous week's cover can be released or the new cover can be released. FOR EUROPE, Sunday is the overlap day.

2) Both the front and the back of the book are considered “the cover,” so pictures on the back are acceptable.

3) Any kind of release is OK but only catches from wild releases will count.

4) Each person must keep track of their releases each week which must be posted here with a link to the JE. PLEASE DO NOT go back and edit a previous post and add more releases to it, but make a new post for releases of any given week.

5) If you wild release a book and it gets caught then you have a release counted and a catch counted. However, if the person who caught the book releases it and it gets caught again - that's not another catch for you since you didn't do the second release.

6) When you have a cover which could work for 2 consecutive weeks, then you must to decide which week to count it for as a release (remember that it’s only one book and can only be counted once).

7) Anyone is welcome to join this challenge at any time and you can participate as much as you like. You can begin on Week 1 or Week 31 or Week 51, whichever suits you.



Man's best friend, the DOG (word or pic).


Man's best friend, the DOG (word or pic).

Right AFTER You're Such an Animal? You've got to be kidding!


Well I'll be darn. I've got one with a PIC of a DOG and a kitty sitting in a window. Can only use for one week in this Challenge, so here you go!

WEEK 40: Release #1

1. Kneeknock Rise


1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13626027 - The Shaman BullDOG - word and Picture
2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13626028 - A Good DOG - and picture


I know....all my "dog" books are long gone....


Man's best friend, the DOG (word or pic).

Right AFTER You're Such an Animal? You've got to be kidding!

Actually, wild animals is until 10/4, so if you hustle.....


Actually, wild animals is until 10/4, so if you hustle.....

Right, but I've released every title with dog in it already. I didn't save any dogs for the last days of the Challenge.

However, all is not lost. Even though I didn't have a single dog title, I did find some dog pix on my shelves (since pix didn't work for You're Such an Animal) and since Sec said word or pix for week 40 (I hope I'm right about that, I'll double check), I do have some to release.

: )

ETA: Plus, there was a library book sale today which I just found out about at the last minute but managed to get there in time to fill a HUGE bag o' books.


Man's best friend, the DOG (word or pic).

Right AFTER You're Such an Animal? You've got to be kidding!

Quite intentional. I don't think it's fair to set my release challenges to suit my multiple challenge hostings, so I stay away from things that might have animals at this time of the year and from places in the Spring. Just my own quirk. Sorry.


Man's best friend, the DOG (word or pic).

I always wonder who's the man in this proverb. Definitely not me :P

*hides before the dog lovers in this thread start setting their beasts on him*


1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13627040 "Murder Mile High"
2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13626910 "The Land of Painted Caves" (a lucky find, this; I only had one dog book at home, but I looked through all the books on the Kava Bar swap shelf, mostly spirituality, and found this. Incongruous, but it has a dog on the cover.)



I know this has been asked in previous years, but does the publisher logo on the spine of the book count, ie the Orion dog?


1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13628006 The DOG Who Wouldn’t Be by Farley Mowat
2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13628005 One Good DOG by Susan Wilson


Wild release with photo (there may be fewer photos for a while; my camera seems to have gone belly up rather abruptly, and the ipod takes lousy pics)

1. Teardrop Lane - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13623180
Picture of dog on cover



All have a picture of a dog:

1 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13570859/ Nighty-Nightmare

2 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13595372/ Scooby-Doo! And The Haunted Castle


http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7998004 Set in Darkness (Orion dog on spine)
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7358949 Dead Souls (Orion dog on spine)


1. When Winter Comes, http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13490406
(picture of dog on cover)
2. DOG Days, http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13633041/


wingNancyNovawing 4 yrs ago
week 40


Authors publishing using a nickname (Pat/Patrick, Chris/Christopher, Maggie/Margaret, Tony/Anthony, etc.).

Happy hunting.


Authors publishing using a nickname (Pat/Patrick, Chris/Christopher, Maggie/Margaret, Tony/Anthony, etc.).

Happy hunting.

Oh, that's an interesting one. i like it. I'll have to search the shelves.


Sorry, this one required more information. I didn't intend for you to do lots of research on this one. We all have busy lives and better things to do with our time.

All you need do is release books where the author is using some form of a nickname rather than a formal first name. I'm not worried about wether it appears on their birth certificate. For instance, Rick Bragg publishes under the name of Rick. His given name is actually Ricky. But Rick is a common nickname for Richard. Don't worry about names which can be used both ways, such as Betty, Bill, or Pete, where there are many people who have that as there given name - it is still a common nickname and is thus acceptable.

For those of you who are versed in foreign languages, you can use those nicknames as well.

Caveat: This is about nicknames rather than pseudonyms. Robert Galbraith is a pseudonym used by J. K. Rowling. That is not a nickname.


Thank you so much for the clarification. : )


Authors publishing using a nickname (Pat/Patrick, Chris/Christopher, Maggie/Margaret, Tony/Anthony, etc.).

Oh, that's a good one!


http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13260671 The Patron Saint of Lost Dogs (Pic & word)


1. Time & Tide by Jessica Blair aka William John Duncan 'Bill' Spence.

This AUTHOR...JESSICA BLAIR...is an English writer, and is actually an 89 year old man by the name of William John Duncan 'BILL' Spence. He has written war novels as Duncan Spence, and Westerns as Jim Bowden, Floyd Rogers and Kirk Ford. He has also used the pseudonym Hannah Cooper. http://www.jessicablair.co.uk/biography.shtml

Themed Multiple Challenge Wild Release.


1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13638954 - Published under ‘Buff” real name Elizabeth
2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13638955 - Published under “Rick” . real name Christopher Richard


1. Time & Tide by Jessica Blair aka William John Duncan 'Bill' Spence.

I see that you (and others) have added clarification and responses above to your "Author Nickname" theme for this week Secretariat. THANK YOU! : )

While I did share interesting information I found and didn't know while searching for other titles for this author on other "pseudonyms" he writes under...I believe this one will still count for this week's Challenge, because the bottom line is...the Author's REAL name is "William"...and his NICKNAME is "Bill". Jessica Blair is just one of his pseudonyms. Will probably be the only one I have for this week, because you are looking for "Nicknames" and not "Pseudonyms"...which are indeed different! ; )

Hope you have a safe and relaxing vacation! Wonder how many PM reminders for Saturday Posting you will receive on Friday (10/16 and 10/23)...I'll refrain. ; )



I have been so busy at work and trying the run the two challenges and make sure that my errands and laundry got done, that I didn't focus on the fact that while I'm on vacation I'll have only my Kindle with me. While I can do posts with the Kindle, it is more difficult and slower. Also, when I'm on vacation I tend to forget about checking in and setting the challenge for the week. During the period of 10/13-10/18 I won't have access to a computer. After that I'll be able to borrow one for short periods, so responses to questions will be easier. You can also assume that my days will be fairly packed, so responses will be few and slow.

So, I would appreciate it if someone would remind me on Friday (10/16 and 10/23) that I need to do the post on Saturday.

Thanks for your patience.


Enjoy your vacation!


1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/10132634 "The Body Artist" by Don DeLillo
2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/1004583 "The Accidental" by Ali Smith


1. Winter by Len Deighton, http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13559306/
(Author's first name is a nick name.)


3 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13377999/ Clifford the Big Red DOG: Wet Pets

4 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13383799/ Puppies, DOGs, and Blue Northers

5 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13157897/ No Kisses, Please! [picture of dog]

6 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13576274/ The Call of the Wild [picture of dog]

7 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13570849/ Dot and Sox [picture of dog]

8 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13595551/ Woodsong [picture of dog]

9 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13627333/ Chevrolet Saturdays [picture of dog]

10 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13487885/ Clifford's Puppy Days: Clifford Learns to Read [picture of dog]

11 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13600891/ Clifford Goes to School [picture of dog]

12 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13621628/ The Ghost of Cutler Creek [picture of dog]

13 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13012601/ Pocketful of Names: A Novel [picture of dog]

14 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13502873/ Clifford Goes to School [picture of dog]

15 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13582278/ Clifford's Puppy Days: Clifford Learns to Read [picture of dog]


Wild release with photo
Broke down and bought a new camera: it wasn't worth fixing the old one. :(

2. The Hangman's Row Enquiry - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13633094
Picture of dog on cover


Wild releases with photos

1. The Negotiator by DEE Henderson - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13633089
2. The Frugal Gourmet Whole Family Cookbook by JEFF Smith - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13633077




1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13485229 Christmas Magic by CATHY Kelly


http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7547572 The Increment by Chris Ryan
http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/12241793 What to do When Someone Dies by Nicci French


Wild release with photo

3. The Deep End by CHRIS Crutcher - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13633082



http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7029897 The Piano Man's Daughter


http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/7029897 The Piano Man's Daughter

Very nice catch and she joined bcing, yahoo!


2. Warrior Soul--The Memoirs of a Navy Seal by CHUCK Pfarrer, http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13119312/
(Author's first name is a nick name.)


Only because solittletime reminded me -

Translated books. So, inside the book (usually in the first few pages) it will say either who the translator is or will say something like "translated from the Swedish by . . . ."

I won't be back for questions, so you can work it out among yourselves. sha, solittletime, and others are long time NJABBIC members and can help.



Yep, this one will probably be more challenging for Americans, at least.

On the other hand, it may be comparatively easier for the European players, since so many of them read multiple languages (so they're more likely to have books in more than one language at hand), and a fair number of books published in English get translated - ekorren's bookshelf shows this pretty clearly and I imagine he'll be able to release loads of books for this week's theme.

(As one of those Americans who can - sadly - read only English, I'll have to do some digging to see what I can find for this week!)


I'll have to do some digging to see what I can find for this week!)

True for me, as well, hyphen8! ; ) I didn't have a working computer, nor access to one, during my hiatus from BC to register my German Books that I donated after my Mother passed away, nor when I donated my Spanish Books to a Church that serves the Homeless and has a large Latino population. I am still finding books in boxes I have been bringing from storage that aren't even registered yet, so maybe I'll find another hidden "gem" like this one I released for Basula's Talk Like a Pirate Day Challenge! http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13584570 I'm sure the children at the Church must have loved it. ; )

Already some good releases here! : )


a fair number of books published in English get translated - ekorren's bookshelf shows this pretty clearly and I imagine he'll be able to release loads of books for this week's theme.

Actually, this is true. In the "large or heavy" section of my stock (i.e.: books to be released in preference to free up space) more than half of the books are translated. I haven't looked through the other books yet, but I expect it to be similar.

While many american books, notably thrillers, science fiction and fantasy, get translated into many languages and become bestsellers all over the world, only a few seem to make it the other way round. Maybe Americans should just start reading more books from other countries ;)

Another aspect clearly is the smaller cultural structure of Europe. There are only two and a half "larger" countries with german as their main language, summing up to about 100 million inhabitants - only a little fraction of the size of the english speaking parts of the world. Many other european languages are spoken by only a few million people as primary language. Also, other countries and other languages are much closer to us, both geographically and mentally. If France is a perfectly reasonable destination for a little daytrip, people are probably more interested in french culture and french books than if it's on the other side of an ocean.

Actually, I have no idea how many books I'll get out this week. Release capacity and release motivation will be my limit. Availability won't ;)


The Americans can release Stieg Larsson - his books are everywhere. There are many others, notably from Central and South America which are popular in the U.S.

Were I home, I'd have quite a few to release, but many would be Non-Fiction.


The Americans can release Stieg Larsson - his books are everywhere. There are many others, notably from Central and South America which are popular in the U.S.


An evaluation of two large shelves suggests different:

Of the top 25 authors on solittletime's shelf 22 are american, one english, and two unknown to Wikipedia. Not only that none has written in another language - not even the many other english-speaking countries are represented by anyone else than Agatha Christie.

Of the top 25 authors on my shelf 11 are german, 7 british, 6 US-american, and one from Israel. Apparently, among the long-term bestselling authors in Germany, not only there are less than half from Germany, there even are more who write in english than in german.

Here's the list, see yourself:

Top 25 authors on solittletime's shelf:

Nora Roberts : USA
Danielle Steel : USA
John Grisham : USA
James Patterson : USA
Mary Higgins Clark : USA
Jack Canfield : USA
Mark Victor Hansen : USA
Tom Clancy : USA
Debbie Macomber : USA
Robert B Parker : USA
Ann M Martin : USA
Catherine Coulter : USA
Janet Evanovich : USA
Stephen King : USA
Thornton W Burgess : USA
Agatha Christie : England
Lilian Jackson Braun : USA
Sandra Brown : USA
Cathy Drinkwater Better : ?
Jude Deveraux : USA
Fern Michaels : USA
Flying Frog Publishing : ?
Julie Garwood : USA
Dean R Koontz : USA
R L Stine : USA

Top 25 authors on my shelf:

Agatha Christie : UK
Heinz G Konsalik : Germany
Ephraim Kishon : Israel
Karl May : Germany
Pearl S Buck : USA
Utta Danella : Germany
Johann Wolfgang Goethe : Germany
Edgar Wallace : UK
Heinrich Böll : Germany
Luise Rinser : Germany
Rosamunde Pilcher : UK
Bertolt Brecht : Germany
Christine Brückner : Germany
Patricia Highsmith : USA
Enid Blyton : UK
Victoria Holt : UK
Hermann Hesse : Germany
Marie Louise Fischer : Germany
Ruth Rendell : UK
Stephen King : USA
John Grisham : USA
Martha Grimes : USA
Minette Walters : UK
Donna Leon : USA
Theodor Fontane : Germany


1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/11919622 "Simon and the Oaks" by Marianne Fredriksson, translated by Joan Tate
2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/11919460 "Z" by Vasilis Vassilikos, translated by Marilyn Calmann
3. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/4257977 "The Golem" by Gustav Meyrink, translated by Mike Mitchell
4. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/11349698 "Devils" by Fyodor Dostoevsky, translated by Michael R. Katz


1 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13588257/ The Baron in the Trees by Italo Calvino [Italian ---> English; translated by Archibald Colquhoun]
2 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13595283/ El Secreto de la Felicidad Familiar by La Torre del Vigia [English --->Spanish; translator unknown)
3 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13638309/ Kod da Vinchi [English --> Russian; translator unknown]
4 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13559218 The Bhagavad-Gita: Krishna's Counsel in Time of War [Indian ---> English; translated by Barbara Stoler Miller]


1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13652223 Natalie Lowe - Translation copyright. 2001
2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13652225 - Translated 2006 by Linda Coverdale


Wild released together (one release photo for both books)

Got lucky & found these Japanese to English translations in with my brother's old books.

1. Awakening (Gundam Mobile Suit I)- http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13652214
Japanese -> English

2. Escalation (Gundam Mobile Suit II) - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13652204
Japanese -> English



http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/9757564 Before the Frost by Henning Mankell (translated from Swedish)


http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/9757564 Before the Frost by Henning Mankell (translated from Swedish)

The trick is: all my Henning Mankell books are still TBR!


1. Mijn seizoen in de hel - Marilyn French (translated from English into Dutch).


1. The Girl Who Played With Fire by Steig Larsson, http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13372426/ (translated from Swedish into English)


1 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13582577/ Angels & Demons by DAN Brown

2 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13562109/ Big Trouble by DAVE Barry

3 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13643946/ Miss Bishop by BESS Streeter Aldrich

4 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13479983/ Hilltop Tryst by BETTY Neels

5 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13612908/ Live Girls by RAY Garton

6 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13567034/ If Looks Could Kill by KATE White

7 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13636508/ Tom Clancy's Op-Center: Acts of War by TOM Clancy, STEVE Pieczenik

8 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13562050/ Wyoming Brides by DEBBIE Macomber

9 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13619445/ Confessions of a Not-So-Dead Libido by PEGGY Webb

10 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13601663/ Knockdown by DICK Francis

11 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13603154/ Murder Most Holy by MIKE Manno

12 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13640079/ Angel's Pain by MAGGIE Shayne

13 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13567225/ Year's Happy Ending by BETTY Neels

14 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13599342/ Winter Fire by JO Beverley

15 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13610488/ The Friday Night Knitting Club by KATE Jacobs

16 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13621629/ Chasing Midnight by RANDY Wayne White

17 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13595315/ Not Once but Twice by BETTY Neels

18 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13595552/ Twitches # 2: Seeing Is Deceiving by H. B. Gilmour, RANDI Reisfeld

19 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13645558/ An Amish Kitchen by BETH Wiseman, Kelly Long, Amy Clipston

20 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13469815/ Nine Lives # 1: Ginger, Nutmeg and Clove by BEN M. Baglio

21 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13576275/ The Adventures Of The Bailey School Kids # 6: Frankenstein Doesn't Plant Petunias by DEBBIE Dadey, Marcia Thornton Jones

22 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13595373/ The Ghost That Came Alive by VIC Crume

23 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13600892/ A Ghost in the Window by BETTY Ren Wright

24 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13627334/ Pee Wee Scouts # 2: Camp Ghost-Away by JUDY Delton

25 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13602765/ Death Flies on Final by JACKIE Lewin

26 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13615331/ Barnaby Grimes: Curse of the Night Wolf by Paul Stewart, CHRIS Riddell

27 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13562092/ Calm Reflections: Inspiring Lessons for a Stress-Free Life by JO Ryan

28 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13608127/ Time Warp Trio # 9: See You Later, Gladiator by JON Scieszka

29 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13260040/ Jackie as Editor: The Literary Life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis by GREG Lawrence

30 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13610035/ The Last Dance: A Novel of the 87th Precinct by ED McBain

31 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13625157/ Pure Dead Magic by DEBI Gliori

32 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13645631/ Imagine Me and You by BILLY Mernit

33 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13459056/ The Clock Without a Face: A Gus Twintig Mystery by Scott Teplin, MAC Barnett, Eli Horowitz

34 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13589495/ The Demi-Monde: Winter by ROD Rees

35 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13625434/ Hide Me Among the Graves by TIM Powers

36 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/12721205/ An Hour Before Daylight: Memories of a Rural Boyhood by JIMMY Carter

37 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13158059/ Goodnight, Silly Monsters by BILL Ledger


2. Het uur van de zonde - David Baldacci (translated from English into Dutch)



1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13663376 A Sunday at the Pool in Kigali by Gil Courtemanche (translated from French to English by Patricia Claxton)


1. The Holy Bible King James Version

Wild Release at The Mesa Arts Center by the entrance to the Farnsworth Studio Theater where the family Alter contestants are set up for the weekend long Dia de los Muertos Festival http://www.mesaartscenter.com/---/diadelosmuertos (slideshow pictures 6 & 9 show two of the outdoor Alters).

2. Kiffe Kiffe Tomorrow by Faiza Guene


Edited to add links to Journal Entries that are still not complete. Difficult for me to use this little tablet thing, and the BC Website was down when I could have finally had some borrowed computer time. Will catch up as soon as I am able. ; )


My two Week 42 releases are complete with links now, Secretariat. Still have to add some Journal Notes as to which challenges they are for, but that will have to wait a bit longer.


Autumn color(s) on the cover:

Any of the following: yellow, brown, red, or orange.


1. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/4727596 Wish you were here.Orange
2. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/8390517 Deadly Justice/ Orange
3. http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/4727594 Ford Country. Orange



Yay, thank you Sec!


Autumn color(s) on the cover.

My favorite time of year! : )


Autumn color(s) on the cover.

My favorite time of year! : )

I like this time of year also but due to the Indian summers in San Diego my favorite season is winter.


I like this time of year also but due to the Indian summers in San Diego my favorite season is winter.

Hahahahaha! : ) I usually enjoy the colors, feel, and activities of autumn, but I think I'm with you, sha. We Zonies are still in the mid 90's, and each year the high temps seem to last longer and longer after summer should be long gone! ; )


Controlled releases

3. Die Riesen mit Charley - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13652200
English -> German

4. Aucassin et Nicolette - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13652190
Medieval French -> modern French


Fall colors
Wild releases with photos

1. Vintage Blood - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/11106693
Red, yellow, orange, brown

2. At the Bottom of the River - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13652211
Red, yellow, orange, brown


All books were translated to german. I tried to include a few more source languages than only the omnipresent English ;)

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644468 bengali

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13603272 czech

http://bookcrossing.com/---/12851343 danish
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13603237 danish
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644493 danish
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13660048 danish

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13078313 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13079353 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13079354 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13100898 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13100906 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13100907 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13100908 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13302246 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13335972 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13373579 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13373597 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13500684 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13500693 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13500700 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13500774 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13500775 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13550010 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13550091 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13555078 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13555088 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13603242 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13603249 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13603288 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613243 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613258 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613355 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613360 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613361 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613362 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613373 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613374 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613379 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613397 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613406 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613409 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13635389 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13635400 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13635401 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644248 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644249 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644263 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644335 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644353 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644485 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644498 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644499 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644508 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652541 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652547 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652549 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652551 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652553 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652557 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652567 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652586 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652593 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652594 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652598 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13659850 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13659855 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13660008 english
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13660018 english

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613401 english/french
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13100897 french
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13100905 french
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13462448 french
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13500690 french
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613245 french
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613412 french
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644336 french
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644464 french
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13659872 french
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13659878 french

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13130280 galician

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13302551 greek (ancient)

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644267 hebrew (modern)
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644286 hebrew (modern)
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644352 hebrew (modern)

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13428499 hebrew (ancient)

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13072740 icelandic

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613410 italian
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644255 italian
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652570 italian
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652611 italian

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13373598 norwegian
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13644264 norwegian

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652601 polish

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652575 russian

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13500691 spanish
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13613247 spanish
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652565 spanish
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652606 spanish
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652613 spanish
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13660069 spanish

http://bookcrossing.com/---/13550060 swedish
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13550090 swedish
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13555015 swedish
http://bookcrossing.com/---/13652556 swedish


1 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13624367/ The Matchmaking Pact (red, orange & yellow)
2 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13653493/ Let Me Be Your Hero (yellow, brown)
3 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---.13586357/ Not Proper Enough (red)
4 - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13675972/ The Hero and the Crown (orange)




Wild releases with photos

3. The Cataclysm - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13665595
Red, yellow, brown

4. Night Over Water - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13652201

5. Twenties Girl - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13652205

6. Margarita Wednesdays - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13652195
Red, yellow


4. Night Over Water - http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13652201


1. Clear Your Clutter with Feng Shui, http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13398088/ (Cover is red, orange and yellow.)
2. The Source of Magic by Piers Anthony, http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13649348/ (Cover is yellow and orange. The bookshelf image of the book cover doesn't look that yellow and orange, but it is.)



3. Informed Risk by Robyn Carr, http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13649316/



4. Best Staged Plans by Claire Cook, http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13617511/
5. The Yeast Connection Handbook, http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13663147/





For All Eternity http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/12595694/ (red and gold on the cover)



I warned you I had a Halloween theme arranged for today, which is:

Pic of gravestones, elaborate or simple, or any kind of grave marker will do; also caskets, coffins, or funerary urns.

Happy hunting!


MMMWUAAAHAHA...and Happy Halloween! ; )

How's about embalmed Mummies in their Crypt...of the Archaeological variety?

Mummies (Weird & Wacky Science) http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13674407


MMMWUAAAHAHA...and Happy Halloween! ; )

How's about embalmed Mummies in their Crypt...of the Archaeological variety?

Mummies (Weird & Wacky Science) http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/13674407

Yes, because that would be considered a casket and a grave in that time.


WHOO HOOO! : ) Great minds think alike and I was hoping you'd say that because I held that one out of my week 43 "Autumn Releases" with that in mind...even though it has great cover colors for that! ; )


Mausoleums? Egyptian pyramids?


Mausoleums? Egyptian pyramids?

Yes to both.


Mausoleums? Egyptian pyramids?

Yes to both.

Thanks! Now I just have to find one! ;)


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