Rawk-A-Tiers on Goodreads.
This was interesting, fitting my books onto a scrabble board. It was also a lot of hard work but it was fun.
Here's the link to the site where you'll find your board. You'll need to create a free account to access the boards.
are a variety of board option choices. Choose whichever one appeals to
you. Not all designs have the same number of tiles or the same number
of grid squares, however, so choose carefully! Make a note in your post
of the game board design and the number of tiles your game board begins
Select your dictionary (there are several to choose from,
so use whichever you are most comfortable with). Select number of
opponents as 1.
HOW TO "WORK" THE SCRABBLE BOARD
I'm including this because it took me forever to figure it out. It's simple when you know how to do it, but it's not intuitive.
on the spot where you want to put a letter tile. Type the letter you
want to put on that spot. The curser will default moving to the right,
so if you want to place words vertically, you'll have to click on each
spot in the grid where you want to put a letter. To delete a tile,
click on it and press your delete key. To change the letter on a tile,
click it and type the new letter into your keyboard.
◊ Fill in your board with the book titles, authors, or main characters from the books that you read this quarter.
As you fill in your board, keep in mind the following rule : Tiles
that sit adjacent to each other either vertically or horizontally must form real words.
◊ Author names must be either first and last or last only. You are not permitted to use an author's first name alone.
◊ Main characters may be used as first, last, or both names.
◊ Names may be spelled out in a single row, or separated into two different locations.
Titles may be spelled out on a single line or split up by words, but
the entire title must be used in the puzzle. You may omit "a, an, the"
if you choose.
◊ Each tile is worth .25 points.
The game is penalty scored - the number of remaining tiles is
subtracted from the number of used tiles and the answer is multiplied by
Example using a 100 tile game
89 tiles used ~ 11 tiles remaining
89-11 = 78 x.25 = 19.25 points for the game
71 tiles used ~ 25 tiles remaining
71-29 = 42 x .25 = 10.5 points for game
CR - Each book may be used x3 ~ title + author + MC
RR - Each book may be used x2 ~ title or author or MC
PR - Each book may be used once ~ title or author or MC
Board 1: July: PR level
The Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan (title)
Down and Out in Beverly Heels by Kathryn Leigh Scott (title)
Treasure on Moon Lake by Amy Gamet (title)
The Young Pitcher by Zane Grey (last name)
Fearless by Cornelia Funke (title)
Eragon by Christopher Paolini (title)
The Hero of Ages by Brandon Sanderson (last name)
Witchy Tales: A Wicked Witches of the Midwest Fairy Tale by Amanda M. Lee (title)
Fire And Ice by Dana Stabenow (title)
The Sugar Queen by Sarah Addison Allen (title)
Witch Me Luck by Amanda M. Lee (last name)
100 tiles. 16 remaining.
84-16 = 68 x 0.25 = 17 points
Board 2: July: PR level
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling (title)
Born in Ice by Nora Roberts (title)
The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton (first + last name)
Scent of Magic by Maria V. Snyder (title)
First Year by J. P. Howards (title)
Deep in My Heart by Patricia W. Fischer (title)
The Cornish Affair by Laura Lockington (title)
Into the Deep End by Leesa Freeman (last name)
100 tiles. 25 remaining.
75-25 = 50 x 0.25 = 12.5 points
Board 1: August: RR level
The St. Valentine's Day Cookie Massacre by Elisabeth Crabtree (title + author)
Taste of Darkness by Maria V. Snyder (title + character Avry)
The Last Wish by Andrzej Sapkowski (title + author)
Khronos by Chris Paton (title + character Hari Singh)
100 tiles. 21 remaining
79-21 = 58 x 0,25 = 14.50 point
Board 2: August: RR level
City of Bones by Cassandra Clare (title + author)
The Grimm Legacy by Polly Shulman (title + character Elizabeth)
The Mad Ship by Robin Hobb (title + character Kennit)
The Alloy of Law by Brandon Sanderson (title + character Waxillium)
Country Heaven by Ava Miles (Author + character Rye Crenshaw)
100 tiles. 24 remaining
76-24 = 52 x 0,25 = 13 point
Board 3: August: RR level
The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater (title + author)
Evidence of Trust by Stacey Joy Netzel (title + author)
The Return of Gabe McLeod by Joanne Hill (title + author)
The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa (title + character Ethan Chase)
100 tiles - 20 remaining
80-20 = 60 x 0,25 = 15 point
Board 1: September: RR level
The Diving Pool: Three Novellas by Yoko Ogawa (title + author)
Divorced, Desperate and Delicious by Christie Craig (title + author)
Ship of Destiny by Robin Hobb (title + author)
Lady Falls by Renee Bernard by Renee Bernard (title + character Raven Wells)
100 tiles - 19 remaining
81-19 = 62 x 0,25 = 15.50 point
Board 2: September: RR level
Born in Shame by Nora Roberts (title + author)
Rasmus - Tales of a Utah Cowboy by Jay Anderson and Beth M. Stephenson (title + author)
Elantris by Brandon Sanderson (title + author)
Iced Under by Nadine Doolittle (title + character Sara Wolesley)
100 tiles - 27 remaining
73-27 = 46 x 0.25 = 11.50 point
Board 3: September: RR level
A Cottage by the Sea by Carole Matthews (title + author)
Fire Country by David Estes (title + author)
Touch of the Goddess by Maria Hammarblad (title + author)
A Hidden Fire by Elizabeth Hunter (title + character Giovanni Vecchio)
100 tiles - 20 remaining
80-20 = 60 x 0,25 = 15.00 point
Board 4: September: RR level
The Iron Traitor by Julie Kagawa (title + author)
Fire at Twilight by Lila Ashe (title + author)
Assassin's Apprentice by Robin Hobb by Robin Hobb (title + character Fitz)
Bound by C.K. Bryant (title + author)
The Wild by Christopher Golden (title + author)
100 tiles - 21 remaining
79-21 = 58 x 0,25 = 14.50 point