Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Meet the Protagonist Challenge

Sponsored by Joanne @ Littlequeen Rules
January 1 - December 31 2014

What is a protagonist? The leading character or one of the major characters in a drama, movie, novel, or other fictional text.

To join in, just click the link above.

The Protagonist Categories:

  • A woman who is a mother.
  • A real life person who written into a fictional story.
  • A person that changes forms.
  • A person who is from a country different than the one you currently live in.
  • A person who lived before WW1.
  • A person who lives by a body of water.
  • A person younger than 18.
  • A character that is in a book series.
Here's my tentative list--I may adjust as other challenges shape up:

1. Mother: Sinners & the Sea by Rebecca Kanner [Noah's wife--mother of Ham, Shem & Japeth] (5/21/14)
2. Real life person in fiction: The Poisoned Island by Lloyd Shepherd [Sir Joseph Banks, botanist; Robert Brown, botanist; Peter Heywood, member of the crew involved in the H.M.S. Bounty mutiny; and Aaron Graham, magistrate & counsel for Heywood's trial] (3/8/14)
3. Changing Forms: Undead & Unpopular by Mary Janice Davidson (6/17/14)
4. International Person: Faceless Killers by Henning Mankell [Sweden] (1/5/14)
5. Pre-WWI: Whispers of Vivaldi by Beverle Grave Myers [18th C] (5/21/14)
6. By a Body of Water: Plain Sailing by Douglas Clark (6/11/14) AND The Corisican Caper by Peter Mayle (6/11/14)
7. Younger than 18: Dorothy Dixon & the Double Cousin by Dorothy Wayne (4/26/14)
8. Series Character: India Black & the Gentleman Thief by Carol K. Carr [India Black #4] (3/19/14)


jmisgro said...

YAY!! I am so glad that you are joining my challenge!! You Slay Me is such a fun book!! I cannot wait to find out about your other selections!

jmisgro said...

You are almost finished! I would read the MaryJanice Davidson - she is so funny! Not that I don't like Katie MacA, because I do..
Betsy and Eric are so great together!!

Bev Hankins said...

I am almost finished! One more!

Bev Hankins said...

You've sold me on the Davidson book...next up (after the current read).