Tuesday, November 28, 2023

13 Moons Reading Challenge



The 13 Moon Reading Challenge by ReadnBuried is comprised of thirteen categories with multiple prompts for each category. Thirteen books (one from each category) will complete the challenge at its most basic level--Penumbral Lunar Eclipse--which is what I will be going for. I may do more, but will consider my challenge commitment complete with 13. If you're feeling ambitious you can try for all 104! Click on the link for full details.

Wolf Moon
*Stand Alone Novel: The Emperor's Snuff Box by John Dickson Carr (1/3/24)
*A Furry Creature on the Cover
*Hair on the Cover: Inspector of the Dead by David Morrell (2/7/24)
*Word "Straight," "Waves" or "Curly"
*Hair Color in Title
*Book about Found Family
*Book about Adoption
*Book with a Hierarchy: When Blood Lies by C. S. Harris (2/18/24)

Snow Moon
*Word "White" in the Title
*Blanket on the Cover
*Read Book While Drinking a Hot Beverage:
*Read Book While Burning a Candle
*Hat/Cap on the Cover: The Mystery at Orchard House by Joan Coggin (1/13/24)
*Book about Mountains
*Book about Fresh Start or New Beginning: The Cat Who Saved Books by Sosuke Natsukawa (2/14/24)
*book with Necromancy Themes

Worm Moon
*Book in Series with More Than 5 Books: Death, My Darling Daughters by Jonathan Stagge (1/1/24)
*Book about Rebirth or Reincarnation
*Cozy Book
*Book about Insects
*Continue a Series
*Book That Gives You the Creeps: The Blood-Dimmed Tide by Rennie Airth [because it's about the murder of children] (2/16/24)
*Book You're Not Sure About
*Book You're Thinking of Unhauling: Winter in June by Kathryn Miller Haines (2/12/24) [...and after reading it, I am unha]uling it.

Pink Moon
*Book with a Princess
*Book about Women Empowerment
*Pink Object on Cover: Murder & Mendelssohn by Kerry Greenwood [pink flowers] (1/27/24)
*Book Recommended by a Celebrity
*Book that Tickles You Pink
*Coming of Age Book
*Celebrity Memoir
*Start Book on a New Moon

Flower Moon
*Book by BIPOC Author
*Book about Friendship
*Book Club Pick
*Book with an Animated Cover
*Book with Character Named after a Flower
*Speculative Fiction
*Book Set in Spring
*Read a Book at Any Time of the Day: The Cambridge Murders by Glyn Daniel (1/24/24)

Strawberry Moon
*Book from Your Backlist
*Book with Bubbles on the Cover
*Book with Less Than 400 Pages: Death Has a Small Voice by Frances & Richard Lockridge (1/31/24)
* Book from an Author New to You
*Debut Novel: Murder in C Major by Sara Hoskinson Frommer (1/15/24)
*Book with Word "Leaf" in Title
*Book about Swimming

Buck Moon
*Book That Has Multiple Editions
*A Paperback: A Guilty Thing Surprised by Ruth Rendell (1/28/24)
*Recommended by a Friend
*Book You're Seeing Everywhere
*2024 Release
*5 Star Prediction
*Man on the Cover: Miraculous Mysteries by Martin Edward, ed (2/8/24)

Sturgeon Moon
*Book with a Map
*Book That People Have Been Forcing You to Read
*Title Starts with First Letter of Your Name
*Book You Hauled Recently
*Book with Tree on Cover
*Word "Can't" in Title
*Book with a Dark Cover: The Passenger from Scotland Yard by H. F. Wood (1/11/24)
*A Novella

Harvest Moon
*Anthology: Bodies from the Library 3 by Tony Medawar, ed. (1/7/24)
*Book You Had to Read for an Assignment
*Book You'd Recommend to Somebody Else
*Book Chosen by Somebody Else
*Book with a Fish on the Cover
*Fruit in the Title
*About a Celebration

Hunter's Moon
*Book about Food
*Set in Europe
*Umbrella on the Cover
*About a Topic You're Curious About
*Award-Winning Book
*Seventh Book on Your Shelf
*Buildings on the Cover
*Book Divided into Parts: There Is a Tide by Agatha Christie (1/14/24)

Beaver Moon
*About a Psychological Phenomenon
*Word "Five" in Title
*Book with a Street on Cover
*Start a Book in the Evening: Playing with Myself by Randy Rainbow (1/31/24)
*About a Specific Country
*From Your Monthly TBR: Gently Down the Stream by Alan Hunter (2/13/24)
*Book with a Cover You Don't Like
*About a Single Parent:

Cold Moon
*Set in Medieval Times: The Song of Roland translated by Dorothy L. Sayers (2/2/24)
*Spider on the Cover
*Read Book While Wearing a Pair of Socks: Murder by the Book by Martin Edwards, ed (1/20/24)
*About a Historical Event
*Character's Name in Title
*Book You Think You'll Love
*Book From a Goodreads Shelf: Man of Two Tribes by Arthur W. Upfield (2/22/24)

Blue Moon
*Book with Unique Format
*A Classic
*Three or More People on Cover: A Fete Worse Than Death by Dolores Gordon-Smith (2/20/24)
*Recommended by Your Favorite Social Media Influencer
*Book with Dramatic title: Bimbos of the Death Sun by Sharyn McCrumb (1/21/24)
*Book with a Dagger in the Story: The Final Days of Abbot Montrose by Sven Elvestad (2/3/24)
*Set in High School
*About a Spy

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