Gentle Spectrums Reviews

 Here is the first-ever “Gentle Spectrums” review page!
If you have additional titles for (A) or (B) beyond the 10 for each, keep on sharing them.  I often read multiple books suiting themes I already fulfilled and never feel they ought to go to waste.  Fill our linkies right up, with ideas for other guests!

Read about ‘Spectrum Spotlight #1’.

See you for Gentle Spectrums 2015! *

 

Please use this entry format.
BOOK TITLE”  +  AUTHOR  +  (YOU)

(A)  LIMITLESS PALLET

Pencil Crayon Notepaper

 (B)  GENTLE SUBJECTS

Sparkling Tree & Daisies

(1)  PLANTS
Trees, flowers, grass, gardening & crop-sowing references.

(2)  STRUCTURES
A building, rooms, a room or building’s parts.

(3)  NATIONS
Culture names, locations ~ lakes, towns, famous spots.

(4)  STONES
Synonyms, gems, ruins, geological formations.

(5)  FAMILIES
Types of relatives, last names, full names.

(6)  QUINTUPLED
A title of 5+ words (articles are fine).

(7)  CHEESY
Lame puns or quotations, outrageous, silly;  actual cheeses!

(8)  ENCHANTING
Mystical, eerie (enchanting content fulfills title;  no debunked ending).

(9)  WEATHER
Any words approximating weather or seasons.

(10)  CHEERFUL
Positive messages, conveys pleasant images!

 

~ RIEDEL CHALLENGES “FAQ” ~

GENTLE SPECTRUMS ‘Goodreads’ Group

Recap For Gentle Spectrums!

 

I’m not going to set a wrap-up linky this close to our finale.  Tell me in a comment how many prize points you accrued.  If you have a wrap-up post, please paste that on any “Gentle Spectrums” page too.  See the recap summary for your prize draw tabulation.  The firm deadline, since our pioneering year is running an extra month, is February 28, 2015.

6 Responses to Gentle Spectrums Reviews

  1. It’s a thrill to see signs of life this first month of our début. Beautify all pages with conversation and stay alert for contests. Angie, way to strategize! You achieved “a hat trick” with one book (a hockey term: the same player scores three goals in one game – upon which the audience traditionally throws hats onto the ice). Your title is a flower, a paranormal element puts it into “Ethereal” (whereupon *I* am tempted to read it), and you also fulfill our colour pallet. Joanne’s “Silver Rain” carried all over the place too. Applause!

  2. Congratulations to JoAnne for finishing part A! I watch our reviews come in and could see, she or Angie would make an announcement early in our game. I will post a higher choice of levels next year. As a matter of fact, I considered raising the bar right away. Would that create frustration or enjoyment? Do consider this a home for extra colours despite being done.

    Now that we’ve been running 3 months, prize activities will get underway too. :-) I’d better alert everyone: the “My Kind Of Mystery” main page has already been hiding a portal, with a higher option! Yours enthusiastically, Carolyn.

  3. Shonna says:

    Thanks Carolyn. I’ll add the author name as well for future entries starting with Haunt Me Still which I added under Enchanting today.
    I included the Frangipani Hotel under Plants for the Frangipani part of the title. It’s the common name for Plumeria (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plumeria)
    Thanks again for hosting this interesting challenge. I hope to have fun with it.
    Take care, Shonna

    • It’s lovely to hear from you. A librarian would not misfile, even with that impressive flourish of entries. ;) If you also have German heritage, well then we know that eye for detail. I’m happy to learn about plants and am sure if not ‘hotel’, you’ll find many substitutes for ‘buildings & structures’. It’s my greatest pleasure to find people having fun with my trio of groups. I think what’s nice about this one is, if the occasional person doesn’t read ethereal subjects or mystery; “Gentle Spectrums” fits anything. Sincerely, Carolyn.

      • Shonna says:

        I am German (Mennonite) on my mother’s side Carolyn, and am compelled to organize things. I’m always buying magazines that promise organizing tips.

  4. Our religious base was Lutheran but a German looks like a German. You must resemble your Mother. I don’t buy magazines but have that tendency to do things all-too-thoroughly. Our men are a different story; brisk, nonchalent!

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