What’s on my reading list for the next three months?
Philippa Carr’s Daughters of England books.
Okay, maybe more than just them, though I hope to read at least four books so I stay on schedule. My problem is during the planning, I ran into a issue. I enjoy participating in the Seasonal Reading Challenge on Goodreads; however, it is not always easy to plan ahead for it, when most of the higher-point tasks aren’t posted yet. This being the case, I decided to experiment this season.
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Below is a list of 14 prompts, pulled randomly from a stack of index cards I created for a book bingo game. The goal is to see how many I can cross off by the end of November. Why 14 and not, say, 21? Because I was also kicking ideas around for 2014 personal challenges at the time.
Some rules I established for myself:
- Each book can only be counted toward one prompt.
- Each prompt can only be used once during the season.
- If all 14 prompts are used before the end of the season, new prompts will not be added.
- Read a book labeled (on Goodreads) as Romantic Suspense
- Read a “new to me” author
- Read a book with the word “pink” in the title OR on the cover
- Read a book written by an author whose last name begins with an “A“
- Read a book labeled (on Goodreads) as Post-apocalyptic
- Read the 1st book in a “new to me” series
- Read a book with the word “black” in the title
- Dragons! (on the cover, in the title, or featuring)
- Read a book first published in 2010
- Read a book labeled (on Goodreads) as Mystery
- Read a book written by a Christine/Christina
- Read a book with a green cover
- Vampires! (on the cover, in the title, or featuring)
- Read a book first published in 2013
The Daughters of England Fall Reading List
- Lament for a Lost Lover
- The Love Child
- The Song of the Siren
- Will You Love Me in September? (A.K.A. The Drop of the Dice)
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