As some folks here know I offer custom-made puzzles from this webpage. So if you’d like a special puzzle for a special occasion or for your own website, book or newsletter, I can do that.
Puzzles can include crosswords, wordseeks, logic problems, fill-ins, quote puzzles, or pretty much anything you’d like me to try my hand at. If you’d like to order a puzzle, please click on the contact me tab and send me a message.
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So today to celebrate the letter E, I present a custom puzzle – a word seek – I created for George Sirois in honor of his fabulous YA sci-fi novel, Excelsior. Click on the link or the picture below to solve the word seek online or print out a PDF copy.
And don’t forget to pick up your copy of Excelsior, by George Sirois.
Put down the pen. Pick up the sword. Unleash the hero within.
Created by high school senior Matthew Peters, Excelsior – savior of faraway planet Denab IV – is becoming an Internet sensation as the main character of a popular online comic strip. But before Matthew can enjoy his burgeoning success, a beautiful older woman arrives at his school and tells him that not only is she from the planet Denab IV, but that Excelsior’s lifeforce lives within him.
Now, with Excelsior’s old enemies regaining strength, Matthew realizes he is the key to Earth’s survival and Denab IV’s salvation, and he has an opportunity that he never thought possible, to become his greatest creation.
And now for yesterday’s answers.
Did you find them all? Or perchance did you find any extra dogs skulking around the grid. If you did please post them in the comments and I’ll send a couple of signed P.A.W.S. bookmarks to anyone who found an extra hound.
Tomorrow we’ll be exploring F-words! See you then.