Monday, November 23, 2015

2016 Crafty Cozy Challenge!!

Another new challenge for 2016.  This is hosted by Heather at Books Are Life--Vita Libri. It's her first time hosting a challenge.  I love Cozies so I need to sign up for this one.


Welcome to the 2016 Crafty Cozy Challenge!!

After book blogging and participating in reading challenges for a couple of years now, I have decided to host my very first reading challenge . . . so welcome to the 2016 Crafty Cozy Challenge!   I of course love to read and always like to start looking for unique, fun reading challenges about this time of year – something to expand my reading, a challenge to most importantly have fun with!  So here we go . . . I hope you will join me and most importantly have tons of fun along the way!!
You may be asking yourself “what is a crafty cozy?”  A crafty cozy is any cozy mystery that is centered around the theme of crafts and crafting – i.e., stitching, knitting, crocheting, papercrafting, scrapbooking, painting, glassblowing, . . . if its any type of craft, it counts for this challenge.
Here is how the challenge works:
  1. The challenge runs from January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016.
  2. Sign up for the challenge using the link below. Please help spread the word about this challenge by writing a post on your blog.  Please write and publish a post on your blog stating your intent to participate.  In your post please somewhere include the challenge graphic and a link back directly to this post.
  3. Come back to the blog starting in January to post your reviews via a link in the post.  At the end of every month I will randomly choose 1 entry/review for a $5 Amazon gift voucher sent by email to the recipient.  There will be a new link for reviews posted every month.
  4. Crossovers from other challenges are absolutely alright!!
  5. Don’t stress . . . and have fun reading!
Here is what I am reading:
  1. Moon Spinners--Sally Goldenbaum
  2. Hooked on Murder--Betty Hechtman
  3. Dead Men Don't Crochet--Betty Hechtman
  4. Murder in Merino--Sally Goldenbaum
  5. Purl up and Die--Maggie Sefton
Calling challenge complete on November 22

1 comment:

Stephanie Faris said...

I didn't know there were enough books like that to make an entire genre out of it. That's great!