My Reading Challenges/Readalongs

List of Reading Challenges for 2018

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List of Reading Challenges for 2017

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List of Reading Challenges for 2016

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List of my Reading Challenges for 2015

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List of Reading Challenges for 2014

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List of reading challenges for 2013

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 List of Reading Challenges/ Readalongs for 2012

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In 2011:

9 Reading Challenges
1 Readalong
1 Tour

CLICK ON THE LOGOS TO SEE WHAT I HAVE READ
SO FAR FOR EACH CHALLENGE

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Cool Down With Agatha Christie.
Readalong hosted by Devourer of Books.
For this, I  read Endless Night, posted on June 27

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Japanese Literature Challenge
Read one book from June 1, 2011 until January 30, 2012. If you want to read more than one, wonderful.
Hosted by Dolce Bellezza

#1: The Woman in the Dunes, by Kobo Abe
#2: The Lake, by Banana Yoshimoto
#3: 1Q84, by Haruki Murakami

 

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 Celebration of Steinbeck Classics Circuit Tour
Hosted by Rebecca
Of Mice And men

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Europa Challenge
The challenge runs from July 1 until December 31, 2011.
Level: Europa Ami (friend in French): Read 4 Europa titles by the end of 2011


Read before July 1:
The Elegance of the Hedgehog, by Murielle Barbery
Gourmet Rhapsody, by Murielle Barbery
A Novel Bookstore, by Laurence Cossé

Read between July 1st and December 31st:
#1: French Leave, by Anna Gavalda
#2: An Accident in August, by Laurence Cossé
#3: In A Strange Room, by Damon Galgut
#4: Departure Lounge, by Chad Taylor

 

 

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  6. I’m so glad that you read not one, but three, books for the JLC5…not to mention fitting it around all your other wonderful challenges! The only one I’ve read from your three is 1Q84, but I own the other two, and I do long to read them sometime. Maybe for the JLC6? 😉 It’s fun to see all that will be available to enhance our reading interaction and joy for 2012; thanks for partaking in challenge this year.

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    • I’ll gladly join JLC6, as I have a few Japanese titles I’d like to read anyway. Yes, there are great challenges already announced for 2012, do you follow A Novel Challenge? It’s fun to see new challenges popping up every week, well very dangerous too!
      And in 2012 I hope we will finally meet in person, maybe at the bookstore/cafe in Saint Charles, a really cool place, I read your post on it. I’m not far from there. Thanks for hosting the JLC!

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