Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Dark Faerie Tales Urban Fantasy Challenge 2011

Dark Faerie Tales has a fab challenge...Urban Fantasy Challenge 24 urban fantasy books released in 2011. There's a list that will keep getting updates. I find this an easy-peasy challenge.

Friday, December 31, 2010

Parajunkee's Shifter Challenge

Parajunkee's Shifter Challenge...easy-peasy again: Read 20 books in 2011 with a shifter as the main character, good or bad

Parajunkee's Vampire Challenge 2011

Parajunkee has an easy-peasy challenge, read 20 books where a vampire is a main character, good or bad....see? Easy-peasy:
1. THE GREYFRIAR: Vampire Empire Book One - Clay Griffith and Susan Griffith

Monday, November 1, 2010

All About N's Holiday Challenge

All About {n}
Looking forward to this one! 1-5 holiday related books and there will be prezzies! Go here to sign up!
Fun to be had!!
1. MERRY, MERRY GHOST: Bailey Ruth Raeburn #2 - Carolyn G Hart, paranormal holiday cozy
2. THE DIVA COOKS A GOOSE:A Domestic Diva Mystery #4 - Krista Davis, foodie cozy
3. MURDER FOR CHRIST'S MASS: Templar Knight Mystery #4 - Maureen Ash, medieval mystery

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Debut Urban Fantasy Challenge

Hop on over to Dark Faerie Tales to sign up for this new challenge...ROE is to read 15 or more debut Urban Fantasy authors this year and DFT keeps an updated debut UF title list. I'll get my list of books from there and list them here as I read them.

Sunday, December 27, 2009

What's In a Name 3 Challenge!

Beth is hosting What's In a Name 3 this year. I love this challenge, it's probably my most favorite. Here's the ROE:
Between 1 Jan and 31 Dec I will read six books following this criteria
1. A book with FOOD in the title - BITSY'S BAIT & BBQ - Pamela Morsi
2. A book with a BODY OF WATER in the title
3. A book with a TITLE (sir, queen,etc) in the title
4. A book with a PLANT in the title - WORMWOOD - Susan Wittig Albert
5. A book with a PLACE NAME in the title
6. A book with a MUSIC TERM in the title
I'll get back to this when I have my titles figured out.

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Southern Reading Challenge 2009

Maggie is hosting a new Southern Reading Challenge. You may choose to read any style of Southern book such as Appalachian tales, Civil War sagas, Gothic myths, Grit lit, and heart-wrenching biographies. Just as long as you read three (fiction or nonfiction) between May 15th and August 15th.There will be weekly drawings and contests like last year, but there might not be $50 pecans. Money's tight! To get started, head on over to Maggie's blog and sign up....Still working on my list, but I will try for humor again this year.....

1. BOOTLEGGER'S DAUGHTER - Margaret Maron, June 2009
2. GARDEN SPELLS - Sarah Addison Allen, June 2009
3. THEM BONES - Carolyn Haines, Aug 2009