I'm taking part in this A-Z reading challenge. It started in January, but I am still going to try it - (June) more so that I can get in practice for next year.
I'm going for Option C ; to read both authors A to Z and titles A to Z (52 books!) Underneath my list of titles and authors is a general reminder of what I've signing up for:
A - A Band of Roses by Pat McDermott
B- Black House by Stephen King and Peter Straub
C- Cut the Cords of Attachment by Rose Rosetree (Inspirational)
E- Easy Learning Spanish by Collins Easy Learning Audio Books (Languages)
G- Ghost Stories by M.R. James (Audio)
H- Hot Issues, Cool Choices:
I- I'll Make You an Offer You Can't Refuse by Michael Franzese
J- Jack's Notebook by Gregg Fraley (Business/inspirational)
K- Knight's Fork by Rowena Cherry (Sci-Fi Romance)
M- Mouth Full of Bullets - Anthology (Mystery/Crime)
O- Of Bees and Mist - Erick Setiawan
P- Poetic Musings of and Old, Fat Man by Larry E. Gilleland (poetry)
R- Roman Seduction by Laura Tolomei (Erotica)
T- The Way You Love Me by Frances Ray (Romance)
W- What I Saw and How I Lied- Judy Blundell (Young Adult)
C- Muddle Ocean by Ben Cort (Childrens)
D- Supper for a Song - Tamasin Day-Lewis (Non-Fiction - Cookery Book)
F- The Noughties: The Decade That Changed the World by Tim Footman (Non-Fiction)
G- Curse of the Tahiéra by Wendy Gillissen (Epic Fantasy Adventure)
H- The Hermit by Ray Holland
M- To Your Own Self Be True by Ray Melnik
N- A, B & E by Marc Nash (Experimental)
R- The Blue Handbag by Fiona Robyn
S- The Hunger by Ciana Stone
W- Through a Dog's Ear - by Joshua Leeds and Susan Wagner (Animals/alternative healing/music)
I won't make lots of different posts, which means I'll keep coming back here to add my books read.
Option A: Read authors A to Z. Commit to reading 26 books theoretically speaking.
Option B: Read titles A to Z. Commit to reading 26 books theoretically speaking.
Option C: Read both authors A to Z and titles A to Z (52 books; this is the challenge Joy created)
Option D: Read internationally A to Z (books representing 26 different countries) (The books could be from international authors (writers from that country); however, it's fine if a book is only set in that country. If need be, instead of countries one could use cities, states, regions, etc. The idea is to use proper place names. If you'd like you could even use a few fictional countries.)
Option E: Read 26 Alphabet books. Embrace your inner child and go visit the children's section!
Mention in your comment which option(s) you'll be committing to. Sign ups begin December 1, 2008. (The challenge does NOT start until January 1, 2009, but early sign ups are definitely encouraged!) The challenge closes to new participants on June 30, 2009.
The full rules can be read here.
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