Sunday, January 21, 2018


I was sure I didn't want to join anymore challenges, but this one looked great.  I've never read this author, but it's always good to try a new one :)

The categories:

  1. A book set on the water: Sailing Alone Around the World--Joshua Slocum
  2.  A novel that features a character with a disability: Wintergirls--Laurie Halse Anderson
  3.  A classic you always promised yourself you would read: Mary Barton--Elizabeth Gaskell
  4.  A novel with a person’s name in the title: Barnaby Rudge--Charles Dickens
  5.  A travelogue: The Gathering of Zion--Wallace Stegner
  6.  A novel featuring a woman over sixty as a major character: The Murder at the Vicarage--Agatha Christie
  7.  A novel set in a different century and in a country not your own: The Boy in the Striped Pajamas--John Boyne
  8.  A family saga: Green Calder Grass--Janet Dailey
  9.  A novel from a genre (romance, sci-fi, etc.) that you rarely or never read: Eat the Cookie, Buy the Shoes--Joyce Meyer
  10.  A novel by Emilie Richards: The Parting Glass
  11.  A non-fiction “how-to” book: Scrap Basket Crafts--Nancy Reames
  12.  A young adult (YA) book: I Hate Everyone But You--Gaby Dunn & Allison Raskin
  13.  A book you choose just because: The Zone of Interest--Martin Amis
  14.  A time travel novel: A Time for Us--Christine Holden
  15.  A novel that’s been made into a movie: The Best of Me--Nicholas Sparks
  16.  A book that’s been in your to-be-read pile for more than a year: The House is Full of Yogis--Will Hodgkinson
  17.  A memoir: Hunger of Memory--Richard Rodriguez
  18.  A book by a local author: Blossoms of My Life--I.M. Dauntless
Challenge completed on August 21

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