Sookie Stackhouse Challenge 2009
1. Between July 1, 2009, and June 30, 2010, catch up on Charlaine Harris's Southern Vampire series. No matter if you're starting with book 1 or book 8, you have a year to read all about Sookie. Read Sookie in print, listen to the audio, read an eBook -- format is not an issue.
2. Sign up using Mr. Linky. Put your name in the top box. For the bottom box, please use the URL that links specifically to your blog post about this challenge, not to your blog's home page.
3. After July 4, I'll create a post with another Mr. Linky where you can link your reviews so everyone can read them track your progress.
4. If you don't have a blog and want to join in, sign up in the comments here. Later, let us know about your progress by leaving comments on the review link page.
EDIT: You can join any time during the course of the challenge.
Living Dead in Dallas
Dead to the World
Dead as a Doornail
All Together Dead
From Dead to Worse
Dead and Gone
Book Buddy Blogger Challenge 2009
Hosted by Wisteria
My List of 10
1. The Last Queen by C.W. Gortner from Lesa @ Lesa's Book Critiques
2. The Heretic Queen by Michelle Moran rom Krishna @ S. Krishna's Books
3. Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie from Iliana @ bookgirl's nightstand
4. The Secret Scripture by Sebastian Barry from Michelle @1 more chapter
5. Sunflower and the Secret Fan from Naida @ The Bookworm
6. The White Mary from Marie @ Boston Bibliophile
7. Kushiels Mercy, by Jacqueline Carey from Medieval Bookworm
8. The Poisonwood Bible, by Barbara Kingsolver from Naida @ The Bookworm
9. The 19th Wife, by David Ebershoff from Medieval Bookworm
10.Persuasion, by Jane Austen from Naida@ The Bookworm
Thanks to all my book buddies for the great list I now can add to my TBR pile for 2009.
Romance Reading Challenge 2009
Hosted by Naida @ the Bookworm
This is my list:
1.Lace Reader by Brunonia Barry
2.Written on the Body by Jeanette Winterson
3.The Host, by Stephenie Meyer
4.Into the Wildernes by Rosina Lippi
5.Possession: A Romance by A.S. Byatt (1991)
+Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
+Lady Chatterley's Lover by D.H. Lawrence
+Stardust by Neil Gaiman
+Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen
War Through the Generations WWII Challenge 2009
Hosted by Anna and Serena @ War Through the Generations
My List of Books
1. Citizen Soldiers, by Stephen Ambrose
3. Skeletons at the Feast, b Chris Bohjalian
4. Suite Francaise, by Irene Nemirovsky
5. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society,
by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows
6. The Irregulars, by Jennet Conant
7. The Sunflower, by Simon Wiesenthal
8. The Zookeepers Wife, y Diane Ackerman
9. Truman, by David McCullough
12. The Good War, Studs Terkel
Pup Challenge 2009
Hosted by Anna and Serena @ War Through the Generations
Hosted by Michelle @ 1morechapter
Here are the 2009 rules:
1. Read a minimum of 9 books first published in 2009. You don’t have to buy these. Library books, unabridged audios, or ARCs are all acceptable. To qualify as being first published in 2009, it must be the first time that the book is published in your own country. For example, if a book was published in Australia, England, or Canada in 2008, and then published in the USA in 2009, it counts (if you live in the USA). Newly published trade paperbacks and mass market paperbacks do not count if there has been a hardcover/trade published before 2009. Any questions on what qualifies? Just leave a comment here, and I’ll respond with the answer.
2. No children’s/YA titles allowed, since we’re at the ‘pub.’
3. At least 5 titles must be fiction.
4. Crossovers with other challenges are allowed.
5. You can add your titles as you go, and they may be changed at any time.
My List is as follows:
ARC Challenge 2009
Hosted by The Literate Housewife
Here are the rules:
1. To sign up, leave a comment (here) and a direct link to your blog post about this challenge that includes your list from rule #2.
2. List all of the ARC’s that you have to read right now. Then throughout the year, you must continue updating that list as you receive more ARC’s. (This is important). You should also strike out the ones that you finish.
3 a. All of us who have or will have more than 12 ARC’s must read and review 12.
3 b. All of us who have or will have less than 12 ARC’s must read all of the ARC’s we have. Note, that if you have 11 ARC’s and then receive a 12th one you will be bumped up to category a.
4. You don’t have to make a list of which ARC’s you plan to read, but you can if you want.
5. Crossovers with other challenges are allowed and Audio-books are allowed as long as they are ARC’s.
6. Read the books and review them on your blog. If you don’t have a blog, you can post your review on sites like Powells, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc. Leave a comment on this post with a link to each of your reviews.
7. Please subscribe to my blog, as I will be posting updates to the challenge periodically.
My Ongoing List:
The Mighty Queens of Freeville
The School on Heart's Content Road
The Hunger Games
Journey to Tracer's Point
The Book of Night Women
The School of Essential Ingredients
The Rose of Sebastropol
Cutting for Stone
100+ Book Challenge
Hosted by J.Kaye
48 / 100
I seem to be having the worst luck leaving comments on Blogger today. Argh! Let me try again.
I am looking forward to both of these challenges, in particular the WWII one. I kept my list at 5, but there are a whole host of other books, including many you've listed, that I would love to get to as well.
Good luck with the challenges, I really liked 'The Host'
I just realized you chose some of my favorites, very cool! I hope you enjoy them :)
Naida...I can't wait for the Host also. I have been trying to read it for months. Glad you had it on your best list. :)
Literary Feline...I thnk the WWII will be great also. There is so much fiction as well as non-fiction to catch up on.
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