Friday 6 February 2015

Gentle Spectrums 2015 Reading Challenge

I am again entering the challenge for Gentle Spectrums which runs from February 2015 to February 2016

Gentle Spectrums 2015
 There are two parts to this challenge. 
For the first time in any circle:  choose a colour level!  Accepted now:  Colourful, colour, bright, light, iridescent, iridescence, dark, shade, hue, spectrum, rainbow, prism.
Limitless Pallet Levels
 I am going for the Colourful level this year. 
**** (B)  GENTLE SUBJECTS ****
Please complete 1 each, of these 10 subjects.  Keep on adding anything that fits for extra points.
~ (1)  STONES  ~
Variations of the word, gems, jewellery, ruins, geological formations.
~  (2)  CHEERFUL  ~
Uplifting, positive messages;  conveys pleasant thoughts, images.
~  (3)  NATIONS  ~
Cultures, locations:  lakes, towns, even well-known places;  fictional included.
~  (4)  PLANTS  ~
Trees, flowers, lawns, fields, grasses, grains, and gardening paraphernalia.
~  (5)  WATER  ~
Water bodies, proper names, closely-connected components:  taps, sinks, pools.
~  (6)  SPACE  ~
The sky, its contents, spatial matter, concepts, tools.  Star Trek / Star Wars-related.
~  (7)  DAUNTING  ~
Any title that has you thinking:  “Oooo!  That does not sound good”!
~  (8)  STRUCTURES  ~
A building, its rooms, proper names, any of a structure’s parts.
~  (9)  TIME  ~
Any signifiers of time, like seasons.  Any unit-measurers, like watches and calendars.
~  (10 HUMOROUS  ~
Odd, or anything that gives you a grin.  I’ll accept a ‘pun laid on too thick’ grimace too!


  1. Yay! Du bist wieder zuruck! Or, I can say we're keeping on going. :) Thank you for the very nice write-up. I see you are doing "Colourful". I'm excited to see if we use the higher levels, the first year I am introducing them. I think you usually do "Gentle Subjects" too, so I will note that in the linky button. I hope the end of winter is faring well where you live. Carolyn.

  2. Thanks Carolyn. I'm doing both Colourful and Gentle Subjects. It just keeps snowing here. Everytime we think it has stopped for a bit, we go out and shovel and it starts again. No end in sight yet.