British Books Challenge 2014
While I didn't complete the Challenge in 2013, though 9 out of 12 was pretty good, I've signed up again. It was interesting to discover Funny many non-British authors how British characters in their books or use Great Britain as their setting.
Pretty straight forward challenge, each month read a book by a British Author.
What's In a Name Admittedly like the BBC challenge I didn't complete the 2013 What's In a Name Challenge but why should that stop me from trying again, plus I know I have one category covered hands down.
A position of royalty (confident I won't have an issue with this one) * A reference to time * A number written in letters * A forename or names * A type or element of weather
For this challenge I have to read 12 books, each set in a DIFFERENT country. I have to include at least one set in Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America, Australia and the Middle East.
The Monthly Motif Challenge In this challenge each month you have to choose a book to match that month's theme
Jan- - Award Winner * March - Fairy Tales * April - Short and Sweet * May Mystery, Murder & Mayhem * June - A Long Journey * July - Assassins, Warriors & Rebels * August - Alternate Realty * Sept - Book to Movie * Oct - The Witching Hour * Nov - An Oldie But a Goodie * December - That's a Wrap
Jumble Your Genre Reading Challenge For this challenge, the goal is to mix up the genres/categories we read. We have all had those times when we have gotten stuck in the genre/category we are currently reading and read nothing else for a while. The goal here is to mix that up! Each month we will feature a different genre/category and the goal is to read and review one book or more in that genre/category during that month.
January- Young Adult * February- Contemporary * March- Urban Fantasy * April- Middle Grade * May- Dystopian * June- High Fantasy * July- Adult * August- Paranormal * September- Romance * October- Sci-Fi * November- Historical Fiction * December- New Adult