2017 Reading Challenge

Reading Challenge: A Thriller

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Time for the next category in the RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #20: A thriller This one, I’ll admit, is a bit of a gimme for me. The number of thrillers I read in a year far blows away any other genre. I love the suspense, the tension, the mystery…  And what could be more perfect…

Reading Challenge: One-Hit Wonder

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Time for the next category in the RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #19: A book by a one-hit wonder author This category is all about authors who published one big book and nothing else. Until recently, this would’ve included Harper Lee for “To Kill a Mockingbird.” Some might say she should’ve kept it that way. Below…

Reading Challenge: Over 3 Years on TBR (Substitute Category)

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Today, it’s the third and final substitute category for the RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. How do substitute categories work? Maybe you really hate short stories. You can swap in one of these substitutes instead. Substitute Category #3: A book that’s been on your TBR for over 3 years One of my reading goals for the year…

Reading Challenge: Banned Book

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Time for the next category in the  RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #18: A book that has been banned Let’s celebrate Banned Books Week (Sept 24-30)! This year, the event focuses on the importance of the First Amendment and our right to free speech (and right to read). The organization provides a list of the 10 Most…

Reading Challenge: Memoir or Biography

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Time for the next category in the  RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #17: A memoir or biography September 22 is “Dear Diary Day” according to random internet sources. The “holiday” encourages journaling as a way to decrease stress and increase creativity. To honor those who faithfully keep track of their lives and turn them into…

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