Pick up the Pieces. Getting things in order.


Welcome back to another blog hop, with #OpenBook. Here’s this week’s prompt.

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Create a jigsaw puzzle for your readers using one of your covers or perhaps some scenery that represents one of your books.


Here’s a puzzle made from one of my book covers. I spent ages trying to embed it in my webpage but for some reason, I cannot.

I edited the HTML text as per the instructions but all I got was a message to say that the window wasn’t big enough.

To play, please click on the link, which will open in a new tab.

In case you’re wondering, it took me just under nine minutes to complete the puzzle. See if you can do it in less.

Enjoy.


https://jigex.com/oWpAX


If you managed to complete the puzzle, why not try the book?

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8 Responses

    • Richard Dee

      In the end, I just posted the short link, which opens in a new tab. But I spent ages trying before I got to that point.

  1. Samantha

    Fun! I got it in 6.5…and now I think I should have chosen a smaller number of pieces for my own puzzle. Faces are weird one puzzle piece at a time. @samanthabwriter from
    Balancing Act

  2. P.J. MacLayne

    I read the directions for embedding the puzzle and didn’t even try, opting to go with the link instead on my blog. By the way, I finished in just over 9 minutes, so you have me beat, Richard.

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