What’s in a Name 2015 Reading Challenge

whats in a name 2015And here is my favorite reading challenge:

Here’s How It Works

Between January 1 and December 31, 2015, read one book in each of the following categories:

  1. A word including ‘ing’ in it (The Time Of Singing, Dancing To The Flute, Lex Trent Fighting With Fire) My examples are verbs but you can of course use other words.
  2. A color (The Red Queen, White Truffles In Winter, On Gold Mountain)
  3. A familial relation (Daughter Of Smoke And Bone, Dombey And Son, My Cousin Rachel) By all means include in-laws, step, and halves.
  4. A body of water (The River Of No Return, Black Lake, Beside The Sea)
  5. A city (Barcelona Shadows, Shanghai Girls, Under The Tripoli Sky)
  6. An animal (Black Swan Rising, The Leopard Unleashed, The Horse And His Boy)

The book titles are just suggestions, you can read whatever book you want to fit the category.

And here are my books:

Category 1:

Category 2:

Category 3:

Category 4:

Category 5:

Category 6:


13 thoughts on “What’s in a Name 2015 Reading Challenge

    • great idea! Actually I run also a book club, and our format is the potluck: everyone presents the book he/she enjoyed since our last meeting, that gives great variety of book genres, and both men and women love it!


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