3rd 2011 Reading Challenge

I have not been able to resist and have signed up for a 3rd Challenge:

the Victorian Literature Challenge.

I plan to reach the 1-4 books level, called Sense & Sensibility.

For this, I plan to read:

– Middlemarch

– The Invisible Man, by H.G. Wells

– War and Peace

– Victoria, by Elizabeth Longford.

The last 3 books were on my TBR!

If you wish to know more about this great challenge and join, it is hosted by Words words words. You can also click on the picture to get there

6 thoughts on “3rd 2011 Reading Challenge

    • I love BIG books, so no pb 😉
      So glad to have another book blogger interact with , I think you are the first Bethany!! And oh wow, I was clicking on the link here to follow your blog, and I realized you are the lady who organized that Challenge! Thank you, I feel honored by your answer, and thanks for organizing this Challenge, it’s fun! Did you see I’m launching one as well? Here: https://wordsandpeace.wordpress.com/2010/12/06/books-published-in-the-first-years-of-my-life-challenge-2011/.
      2 more things:
      – I probably don’t show up on your list of followers, because I use Google Reader, so much easier.
      – Do you know if there’s a way to insert the Linky Tools on a wordpress.COM blog? I’ve tried, and it doesn’t seem to work. I think I still have a blogger website somewhere, so I may link the challenge to a post there to be able to use the Linky Tools, much better for challenges. What do you think?


    • Thanks for your comment. I’m looking forward to 2011 for the fun of these challenges! I’m going to follow your blog now, though I do it with Google Reader, so it won’t show on your list of followers I think. Book blogging is fun!


  1. Welcome to the 2011 Audio Book Challenge. I got your message about the comment. No worries. I’m so glad that you decided to join in. It should be a lot of fun. I’m trying to line up some great prizes.


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