2017 Reading Challenge

Mid-Point Progress Report: Reading Challenge

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Can you believe 2017 is half over? I thought it might be a good idea to give a quick update and report on my progress. You can find the original post with the challenge details here. The challenge includes 24 categories (two books a month on average) with 3 substitute categories in case you get completely…

Reading Challenge: Short Story Collection

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Time for the next category in the  RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #11: A collection of short stories Oh, how I love short stories! Even better if I can pick up a nice anthology. This post is well-timed as I almost always have a short story collection open and I just finished my last one.…

Reading Challenge: Based on a True Story/Historical Event

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Time for the next category in the  RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #10: A book based on a true story/historical event Welcome to the world of narrative non-fiction. For this category, I’m looking for books about historical events told in a way that sounds more like fiction. Of course, you could interpret this more loosely…

Reading Challenge: Set Somewhere You’ve Never Been

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Time for the next category in the  RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #9: A book set somewhere you’ve never been According to some random sources, this past Sunday was National Tourism Day here in the US. In honor of this made-up holiday, let’s read a book set somewhere we’ve never visited. There are many ways…

Reading Challenge: Title Including a Flower or Plant

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Time for the next category in the  RWC 2017 Reading Challenge. Category #8: A book with the name of flower or plant in title In celebration of spring and all of the beautiful growth outside, this challenge requires you to read a book with the name of a flower or plant in the title. That’s…

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