Fall 2020 Spell – Coffee

Duration: 1st October – 31st December 2020
Number of books: 16
Hosted by: Crazy Challenge Connection

FALL 2020 SPELL – COFFEE

This challenge complements Chaitra’s scavenger challenge. Choose one or more of the following coffee-related words or choose any other favorite coffee type/flavor. Spell them using the first letter of a book’s title OR the author’s first or last initial. When using the author name to fill a spot, please remember to include a link to the author’s GR page. Our usual spelling rules apply.** Because this challenge is 3 months long, we encourage you to choose words that add up to a minimum of 15 letters.

B Bad Boys in Black Tie by Lori Foster, Erin McCarthy & Morgan Leigh
L
Looking for Alaska by John Green
A
Archangel’s Kiss by Nalini Singh
C
– The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton
K

I I Am Malala by Malala Yousafzai
V

O
– Becoming by Michelle Obama
R
– Grin and Beard It by Penny Reid
Y

C Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi
O

F
Feels Like Family by Sherryl Woods
F

E

E

The Bean Belt
Black Ivory Coffee
Boston Tea Party
Brazil
Caffe Latte
Cappuccino
Coffea Arabica
Coffea Robusta
Coffee logs
Columbia
Espresso
Ethiopia
French Press
George Constant Louis Washington
Goat-herder
Guatemala
Honduras
Indonesia
Instant Coffee
Kopi Luwak
Kona Coffee
Qahweh
Satori Kato
Soluble Coffee
Sumatra
Starbucks
Turkish Coffee
Yemen

**Standard CCC Spelling Rules:
Book Titles – “A,” “an,” and “the” should be disregarded if they start the book’s title. If reading a book written in another language (besides English), the corresponding articles equivalent to “a,” “an,” and “the” should be disregarded.
Author Names – The author’s first or last initial may be used; middle initials may not.
In the case of a hyphenated first or last name (i.e. Sarah-Kate LynchKate E. Dyer-Seeley), the first letter of the hyphenated name may be used (not the second initial directly following the hyphen).
If an author uses what appears to be “two last names” (usually a female author using her maiden name and then her married last name; i.e. Kathy Hogan Trocheck), the last initial of the two names counts since the maiden name is now serving in the place of a “middle” name.

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