Tag Archives: Literary Puzzles

Sunday Puzzles: A Fallen Phrase Puzzle

Welcome to Fallen Phrase week at DOA.  Have a great Sunday.

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Sunday Puzzle: Librariandoa’s Rebus For August 4, 2019

It’s Rebus week in the Sunday Puzzle series.  I was using the hard mode the puzzle compiler can be set at during July, but we’re back to normal mode.   Try making a puzzle of your own at https://rebus.club/

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DOA’s Rebus Answer for the June 30, 2019 Rebus

Nothing is given to any of us but our lives and the few hours in which we live them. The quote is from the ever wise character Binabik in the new novel Empire of Grass by Tad Williams.  It’s the … Continue reading

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DOA’s Cryptogram Answer for June 23rd Cryptogram

I hope you had fun with the Cryptogram! Larger: Puzzle G XNU KHS XYNVU TVHW WL HFU TVGYKU WGEE OQENOI THV EHWY SGWY, NKU ZNE DYMGKKGKM SH ZHKUYV ZXYSXYV NKLSXGKM ZNE SXY WNSSYV ZGSX XYV, ZXYK HK N OYVSNGK SQYEUNL … Continue reading

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DOA’s Cryptogram for June 23, 2019

Hi Cryptogram Fans, I’ve a good one for you today.   Taken from the rather long first line of a short story (I usually do novels), I love the way the sentence plays out.   Look for the answer Saturday … Continue reading

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DOA’s First Line Rebus For May 26, 2019

Here’s another Sunday Puzzle.  It’s the first line of a novel, this time in Rebus form.   Look for the answer Saturday, June 1st.  Enjoy!

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DOA’s First Line Cryptogram Answer for the May 19th Puzzle

I hope you had good luck with the puzzle!  These are my husband’s favorites. The puzzle answer is: LOVELACE HAD BEEN IN A BODY FOR TWENTY EIGHT MINUTES, AND IT STILL FELT EVERY BIT AS WRONG AS IT HAD THE … Continue reading

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