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Over the last several years I have participated in the Monthly Key Words Challenge. It started with Kim at Bookmark to Blog and more recently was hosted by Claudia at My Soul Called Life. Claudia's blog has disappeared and I tried to contact her through Goodreads to see if she had changed blogs and/or if she planned to host the challenge again. I've gotten no response and have decided to host a version of the challenge myself. And so, here is the 2018 version of the challenge....
Your task is to read at least one book each month whose title includes one or more of the key words for that month. For instance, in January you might read Mystery in White by J. Jefferson Farjeon. The key words are listed below.
* The title you choose can be a variation on one of the key words. For example- your title could include the word 'icicle' or 'icing' even though the key word is 'ice.'
*Key words can be tweaked. For example- You could read a book with "Bowler" or "Bonnet" for the key word 'Hat' and that would be just fine. If the key word is 'Family' then your title could include the word 'Sister' or 'Father.'If the key word is 'Food' then your title could include the word 'Cake.'
January: The Ice Queen--Alice Hoffman
February: Hot Pink in the City--Medeia Sharif
March: Green Calder Grass--Janet Dailey
April: Scrap Basket Crafts--Nancy Reames
May: The Pearl--Angela Hunt
June: The Temporary Bride--Jenifer Klinec
July: Making Waves--Nicole Leigh Shepherd (waves=water)
August: When Life Gives You Lululemons--Lauren Weisberger (lemon=yellow)
September: 1) My Teacher is an Alien--Bruce Coville
2) Falling For Fortune & Fortune's Prince--Nancy Robards Thompson & Allison Leigh
October: 1) Ghost Town--Phoebe Rivers
2) Haunted--Chuck Palahniuk
November: Raspberry Danish Murder--Joanne Fluke (raspberry=food)
December: Red: The True Story of Red Riding Hood--Liesl Shurtliff
Challenge completed on December 5