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Hosted  @ Rose City Reader
Reivew Links Here
Wrap Up Post Here

Two Star (Adventurer): Read 2 books
1. The Beantown Girls by Jane Healey
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No levels
Monthly link ups
1. Trail of Broken Wings by Sejal Badani
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Link reviews HERE
 
Purring – Read 1-10 cat mysteries:
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Link reviews HERE
An animal must play a major role in the book
Fiction or non-fiction book
 
Level 1 – Read 6 books
1. Tuna Melts My Heart by Courtney Dasher
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2019 Monthly Motif Reading Challenge

JANUARY – New to You Author: Tuna Melts My Heart by Courtney Dasher

FEBRUARY – Cover Love: Nell and Lady by Ashley Farley

MARCH – Royalty, Kingdoms, Empires, Governments: X

APRIL – Crack the Case: Always by Sarah Jio

MAY – One Sitting Reads: 

JUNE – Diversify Your Reading:

JULY – Through The Years:

AUGUST – Mode of Transportation:

SEPTEMBER – Animal, Number, Color, Name:

OCTOBER – Tricks and Trades:

NOVEMBER – Seasons, Elements, and Weather:

DECEMBER – Last Chance:

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2019 Audiobook Challenge
2 updates with giveaways (June 30th & Dec 15)

My Precious (I had my earbuds surgically implanted) 30+

1. Trail of Broken Wings by Sejal Badani
2. Nell and Lady by Ashley Farley
3. Rapid Falls by Ambe r Cowie
4. I Am Watching You by Teresa Driscoll
5. Never Let You Go by Chevy Stevens
6. Always by Sarah Jio
7. Melinda And The Wild West by Linda Weaver Clarke
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  16 Responses to “2019 Challenges”

  1. Those are some good challenges. I signed up for Girlxoxo and I think I’ll do the Australian book challenge again.

  2. Thanks for signing up for the 2019 European Reading Challenge!

  3. Some great challenges here! Love the title of the level for the audiobook challenge.

  4. So glad to have you join us for the Audiobook Challenge. I hope you find some great listens. Good luck on all of your challenges. Happy New Year.

  5. Have fun with your challenges.

  6. That’s a lot of challenges. I belong to Foodies Read, where I linked up to you. I also belong to Cook the Books where we are assigned a book every 2 months and prepare recipes inspired by the book and Lit Happens Book Club that just formed on facebook in November. Nice to meet you.

    • Hi Wendy! I used to join in with Cook The Books but haven’t in a long time. It is a lot of challenges but most have no levels and I’ll only be reading a few for them. The only one with a lot of books is the audio challenge which I should do fine with.

  7. That’s a lot of challenges. Jump over to Cook the Books for some ideas on foodie memoirs http://cookthebooksclub.blogspot.com/.

  8. Thanks for joining What’s in a Name! I’m excited to see what books you choose this coming year!

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