Themed Reading Challenge 2010

Wendy is hosting the Themed Reading Challenge again this year.  It’s a six-month challenge where she asks us to read at least 5 books linked by a common theme.  My theme is “British Authors”.  Here are a few that I would like to read:  Lindsey Kelk, Elizabeth Noble, Jill Mansell,  Harriet Evans and Miranda Dickinson.

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2009 Themed Reading Challenged ~ Completed!

On July 1st, I had completed one book for this challenge.  I didn’t think I would finish the remaining three by month’s end, so I just decided to write this off as not completed.  About two weeks later, I decided I really wanted to complete this one as I liked the theme I chose:  new-to-me authors residing in New York City.  Pushing everything aside, I committed to finishing.  Here’s my original list:

  1. Emily Listfield – Acts of Love
  2. Elizabeth Noble – Things I Want My Daughters to Know
  3. Sherri Rifkin – LoveHampton
  4. Allison Winn Scotch – The Department of Lost and Found

Thank you Wendy for allowing us to change our lists.  Here’s what I read for this challenge:

  1. Best Intentions by Emily Listfield
  2. The Late, Lamented Molly Marx by Sally Koslow
  3. LoveHampton by Sherri Rifkin
  4. City Dog by Alison Pace

2009 Themed Reading Challenge

I joined another challenge:  The 2009 Themed Reading Challenge hosted by Wendy at Carbiousmom.  The goal is to read 4-6 books linked by the same theme.
More details can be found here.  The challenge is from February 1 – July 31, 2009.

My theme is new-to-me female authors who live in New York City.

My list:

  1. Emily Listfield – Acts of Love
  2. Elizabeth Noble – Things I Want My Daughters to Know
  3. Sherri Rifkin – LoveHampton
  4. Allison Winn Scotch – The Department of Lost and Found