Saturday, February 27, 2010

The 4-Month Challenge

I saw this challenge back several months ago, and it looked pretty interesting. I lucked out tonight when I saw sign-up time for it has rolled around again. There's probably a couple of these that I don't have a chance at accomplishing, but I think I've got a pretty good shot for most of the choices. The dates for the challenge are 3/1/10 through 6/30/10, and I love that these books can be used for the other challenges I'm working on this year. :o)

Here are the challenges from She Read a Book:

5 Point Challenges

Read a book by an author you’ve never read before - Love Finds You in Homestead, Iowa by Melanie Dobson - 3/19/2010
Read a book with a one word title - Wind by Calvin Miller - 3/16/2010
Read a book with an animal name in the title
Read a book with a proper name in the title - A Woman Called Sage by DiAnn Mills - 5/13/10
Read a fantasy
10 Point Challenges
Read an ‘Austenesque’ book
Read a book with a two word title - June Bug by Chris Fabry - 3/6/2010
Read a book that is part of a series - Fit to Be Tied by Robin Lee Hatcher (The Sisters of Bethlehem Springs, Book 2) - 3/2/2010
Read a book about a real person
Read a mystery - Deceit by Brandilyn Collins - 6/3/2010
15 Point Challenges
Read a book written in the 60’s (any century)
Read a book with a number in the title - One Smooth Stone by Marcia Lee Laycock - 3/12/2010
Read a book by an author born in March, April, May or June - Halfway to Forever by Karen Kingsbury - 3/14/2010 (Karen was born on June 8, 1963 according to her website.)
Read a book with a three word title - Heart of Stone by Jill Marie Landis - 3/24/2010
Read a book by an author with three names - The Bride Bargain by Kelly Eileen Hake - 3/22/2010
20 Point Challenges
Read a book with over 500 pages - Her Mother's Hope by Francine Rivers - 4/24/2010
Read a book with a four word title - Refuge on Crescent Hill by Melanie Dobson - 5/22/2010
Read a book by two authors - In a Heartbeat by Leigh Anne and Sean Tuohy - 6/28/2010
Read a book written in the 70s (any century)
Read a book that has been number one on the NYT Best-sellers list

This post will be the central location for what I read. Wish me luck! :o)

1 comment:

I love your comments!! They make me happier than cold sweet tea on a hot summer day! :o)