Book Challenges - LIsts and Links

Lists and Links to Reading challenges. 
Successfully completed and enjoyed.

What's In A Name 4

 What's In A Name 4: 
Size: I Remember Nothing by Nora Ephron
Number: Smokin' Seventeenby Janet Evanovich
Jewellery or a Gem: A Town Called Ruby Prairie
by Annette Smith
Travel or Movement: Dancing With Mr. Darcy
by Sarah Water
Evil: Wicked Appetite by Janet Evanovich
Life Stage: Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage: Stories by Alice Munro


Just for Fun

January: Minding Frankie by Maeve Binchy
February: Mini Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella
March: Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman
April: How to Bake a Perfect Life by Barbara O'Neal
May: Friendship Bread by Darien Gee
June: Three Weddings and a Bar Mitzvah by Melody Carlson

July: The Fixer Upper by Mary Kay Andrews
August: Silver Girl by Elin Hilderbrand
September: Sheer Abandon by Penny Vincenzi
October: Brava Valentine by Adriana Trigiani
November: The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
December: Shakespeare's Christmas (A Lily Bard Mystery #3) by Charlaine Harris


 2011 Christmas challenge book list: 

Shakespeare's Christmas (A Lily Bard Mystery #3)      
1. Shakespeare's Christmas  (A Lily Bard Mystery #3) 

2. A Chesapeake Shores Christmas 

(Chesapeake Shores #4)  by 

3.Naomi's Gift: an Amish Christmas Story by 

4. Sugar Cookie Murder (Hannah Swensen

#6) by                  

Candy Cane Murder (Hannah Swensen)

5. Candy Cane Murder (Hannah Swensen 9.5)
by Joanna Fluke

Mrs. Jeffries and the Mistletoe Mix-Up (Mrs. Jeffries Mystery, #17)

6. Mrs. Jeffries and the Mistletoe Mix Up 
(Mrs. Jeffries mystery #29) 
by Emily Brightwel


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2010 Challenges

Christmas Reading Challenges!
I have joined my first ever reading challenge(s). Christmas is my absolutely favorite time for reading. It`s the full meal deal. You have the the chill of winter, the warmth of the fire (or furnace), the smell of Christmas baking, and the delight of holiday decorations tastefully spread throughout the room. Or, as the case may be, you find yourself sitting on the couch reading while Christmas decorations are in piles ready to be placed, shopping for baking has yet to be done, lights are piled beside the decorations waiting...... waiting for you to put your book down and hang them! Either way -  it`s a perfect time to inhale the aroma of another book!  Ahhhhh!

Book two, How Mrs. Claus Saved Christmas, has been read and reviewed. Click the following link to go have a look.     

Book three, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever is read and reviewed.

Book four, Dashing Through the Snow = Read and review posted!

Glasses are now required for reading

My children have been well trained to buy me books for Christmas - sometimes I buy them myself, wrap them, and place them under the tree as gifts from my family. We all get a laugh as my children discover what book they bought mom this year. My holiday reading list is as follows and I`ll review each book when I`m done. My first review - The Christmas Cookie Club is done and you can find it posted on my blog as  Fifteenth Post - Cookies   It`s a rather tasty post!

The rest of my list......(I may need to check it twice!)
The Memory Quilt: A Christmas Story for Our Times by T.D. Jakes
Grace: A Novel by Richard Paul Evans
How Mrs. Claus Saved Christmas by Jeff Guinn
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Dashing Through the Snow.

                                                 Holiday Reading Challenge 2010

                                        The Christmas Spirit Reading Challenge 2010