Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Book Challenge by Erin 16.0

 

 

First and foremost, have fun. Don't stress. No one is being judged, graded, or penalized. Even if you finish only one book the entire challenge, if you enjoy it and it's an accomplishment for you, then that's awesome.
 
The challenge will run from JANUARY 1, 2022 to APRIL 31, 2022. No books started before 12 a.m. on January 1 or finished after 11:59 p.m. on April 30 will count. (We live in different time zones--follow according to your own time zone.)
 
Each book must be at least 200 pages long. Audio books are fine too.
 
Read one book for each category.
 
For full details see Erin's page on Facebook (link above).
 
My List:
 
*5 points: Freebie--any book at least 200 pages
Fadeaway Girl by Martha Grimes (336 pp) [1/2/22]
 
*10 points: Title's first word starts with "C" (not counting articles A,An, or The)
The Case of the Famished Parson by George Bellairs (208 pp) [1/2/22]
 
*10 points: Book published in 2020 or 2021
Eight Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson (270 pp) [1/23/22]
 
 *15 points: Book with one of the following in title: you, your, you're, you'll, you've
And Soon I'll Come to Kill You by Susan Kelly (213 pp) [1/23/22]

*20 points: Set on an island
The Green Island Mystery by Betsy Allen (205 pp) [1/24/22]

20 points: Book by an indigenous or First Nations author (helpful link: https:www.goodreads.com/shelf/show/indigenous-authors) 
Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse (454 pp) [1/8/22]

*25 points (selected by Nancy): Memoir, biography, or autobiography
Leonard: My Fifty-Year Friendship with a Remarkable Man by William Shatner with David Fisher (278 pp)

*30 points (selected by Vinay): Book with Ace, King, Queen, Jack, or Joker in title (plural or possessive okay, variants ("kingdom" or "hijack") not

*30 points (selected by Carly): Book of poetry or book written in verse
The Pocket Book of Popular Verse by Ted Maloney, ed (300 pp) [1/27/22]

*35 points (selected by Kara Jo): Book by Jane Austen, inspired by Austen, or an Austen retelling
Death Comes to Pemberley by P. D. James (291 pp) [1/15/22]


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