(Come Up and Participate in the Challenge And Keep Earning Sweets WhileActively Reading!)
- JANUARY: JUVENILE FICTION–Torment by Lauren Kate
- FEBRUARY: ROMANCE FICTION
- MARCH: MYSTERIES–The Garden Intrigue by Lauren Willig
- APRIL: ADULT FICTION–Brothers Karamazov by Fydor Dostoevsky
- MAY: MEMOIRS
- JUNE: JUST CHICK LIT–Explosive Eighteen by Janet Evanovich
- JULY: JUST NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER LIST BOOKS–The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom
- AUGUST: AUTOBIOGRAPHIES
- SEPTEMBER: SOUTHERN FICTION–Tumbleweeds byMecham
- OCTOBER: OWN CHOICE
- NOVEMBER: NOTHING BUT INSPIRATIONAL
- DECEMBER: DEBUT AUTHORS
Hosted by Library of Clean Reads
- Surprise Trip: 1 to 3 time travel books.
- Great Adventure: 4 to 6 time travel books.
- Fantastic Journey: 7 to 9 time travel books
- Mind-boggling Voyage: 10 to 12 time travel books.
What’s in a Name 5
Hosted by Beth Fish Reads
- A book with a topographical feature (land formation) in the title
- A book with something you’d see in the sky in the title–Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor
- A book with a creepy crawly in the title–Serpent’s Shadow by Rick Riordan
- A book with a type of house in the title–The Kitchen House by Grissom
- A book with something you’d carry in your pocket, purse, or backpack in the title
- A book with a something you’d find on a calendar in the title–One of our Thursdays is Missing by Fforde
Gilmore Girls Reading Challenge–For this, I need to read 10 books in 3 different categories from the books mentioned or seen on the show compiled on the list. I tried this last year and got to five, so I’ll give it another go.
Mixology–I don’t ever seem to quite get the divisions right, but I like the idea of trying to expand into more genres, so we’ll give this another try. Here are my goals for this year.
1. Nonfiction: 5 books–
2. Short Stories:5 books– 1. The Tales of Beedle the Bard by Rowling,
3. Poetry: 5 books-
X4. New in 2012(books published or new to me authors): 10 books– 1. Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Taylor, 2. Michael Vey by Evans, 3. Miss Peregrin’s Home for Peculiar Children by Riggs, 4. Divergent by Roth, 5. Dead End in Norvelt by Gantos, 6. Graceling by Cashore, 7. Insurgent by Roth, 8. Into the Free by Julie Cantrell, 9. Bluebloods by Melissa de la Cruz, 10. Need by Jones
X5. YA Fiction:10 books–1. Torment by Kate, 2. The Red Pyramid by Riordan, 3. Throne of Fire by Riordan, 4. The Hobbit by Tolkien, 5. Clockwork Prince by Clare, 6. Serpent’s Shadow by Riordan, 7. The Power of Six by Lore, 8. Enclave by Aguirre, 9. Glow by Ryan, 10. Masquerade by de la Cruz
6. Adult Fiction: 10 books–1. One of our Thursdays is Missing by Fforde, 2. The Garden Intrigue by Willig, 3. Into the Free by Julie Cantrell, 4. Mistborn by Sanderson, 5. The Well of Ascension by Sanderson, 6. The Hero of the Ages by Sanderson, 7. Tumbleweeds by Mecham, 8. The Kitchen House by Grissom, 9. The Kitchen House by Grissom
7. Classics: 10 books–1. Brothers Karamazov by Dostoevsky, 2. The Giver by Lowry
8. Random (this will allow me to read more in whatever categories I’m in the mood for):20 books–1. Revelations by de la Cruz, 2. City of Fallen Angels by Clare, 3. Captivate by Jones, 4. Pretties by Westerfield, 5. Entice by Jones, 6. Legend by Lu,