2010 What's in a Name Challenge – Incomplete

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What: What’s In a Name 3 Challenge
When: 1 January – 31 December 2010
Who: Beth F (Beth Fish Reads)
Rules: Read six books, one from each of the categories, with a certain type of word in the title. No restrictions on genre, however, if a book fits in more than one category, it can only be counted in one of them. Go here for rules and sign-up.

1. A book with a food in the title: Eggsecutive Orders (Hyzy, Julie) {20 Jan 10}
2. A book with a body of water in the title: Bayou Moon (Andrews, Ilona) {31 Oct 10}
3. A book with a title in the title: The Hellhound King (Devoti, Lori) {26 Jan 10}
4. A book with a plant in the title:
5. A book with a place name (city, country) in the title:
6. A book with a music term in the title:

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I haven’t had much success with this challenge from the first. I never know what new books (that fit the criteria) might come my way during the course of the year, so I sign-up with good intentions. This being the case, I decided to approach the 2011 challenge differently. If I didn’t have at least one book, per category, on hand — or a must-read due to be published in the new year — then I wouldn’t sign up for it.

All three books that I read for this challenge are from authors/series that I’ve enjoyed.


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2010 What's in a Name Challenge – Incomplete — 3 Comments

  1. Don’t fret or stress. Challenges are supposed to fun — no one worries if you don’t manage to finish. I failed my own Sookie Stackhouse challenge!

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