Friday, December 21, 2018

My 2019 52 Books in 52 Weeks RC Sign-up

Mommy Mannegren is hosting a "52 Books in 52 Weeks" RC at her blog , "Mommy Mannegren".  Click the button above to go to the sign-up page, for full details and to sign up.  Sorry about that graphic.  I've tried resizing it here and in PicMonkey, but it just comes out blurry.



(the first ten categories appear here for now, I will add as the year progresses)

2.  An author you've never heard of before. Bad Karma by Douglas Klegg
3.  A book you've read before.  The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
4.  A book with a strong female lead.  Ruthless by Susan Kiernan-Lewis (Jan 8) DONE
6.  A book set in the Southern USA. The Russian and Aunt Sophia by Rita Moreau (Florida)
7.  A memoir on someone you admire.  Child, Hold Me by Michel Sauret
8.  Set in the Victorian Era. Pilfered Promises by M. Louisa Locke
9.  A character with a career you wish you had.  Exit, Stage Left by Adam Croft
10.   A plant on the cover.  Fatal Flowers by Enes Smith
11.  Published the year you graduated school.
12.  A graphic novel.
13.  Featuring music.
14.  Ugly cover.
15.  A teen as the main character.  First Frost by Liz DeJesus (Jan 4) DONE
16.  The retelling of a well-known story.
17.  Set during a holiday.
18.  A book picked out for you by someone else.
19.  Gothic fiction.
20.  A book about time travel.
21.  A title that starts with the letter 'J".
22.  Fantasy novel.
23.  True crime novel.
24.  Self-published book.
25.  The name of a color in the title.
26.  A one-word title.
27.  A book that makes you mad.  In the Midst of Winter by Danice Hope (Jan 1, tour Jan 8) - DONE
28.  A book that discusses mental health.
29.  A book published by Harper Collins.
30.  A book by an author who uses initials.
31.  A book that everyone's talking about.
32.  A western.
33.  A book about a cult.
34.  A book that was nominated (but didn't win) for a GoodReads Choice 2018 award.
35.  A sports-related book.
36.  A humorous novel.
37.  Set in South America.
38.  An allegorical book.
39.  Military-related (fiction or non-fiction)
40.  A book about an immigrant.
41.  A book suggested by someone else in the challenge.
42.  A family member's favorite book.
43.  A children's book.
44.  A book by an author who uses a pseudonym.
45.  A beach read.  Why Romeo Hates Juliet by Anna Mara (Jan 3) DONE
46.  The first book you see in a bookstore/library.
47.  Set in a country you've visited.
48.  Set in a post-apocalyptic world
49,  A speed read.
50.  A fairy tale.
51.  A book about organized crime/the mob.
52.  An audiobook.

Before being read and reviewed links above go to GoodReads w/the exception of the following:
4. Goes to Amazon, because the book does not show on GoodReads
5.  Links to The Literature Project, where the play can be read.

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