2017 Challenges

Alphabet Soup

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C) Clam Jam – RC Boldt (Review)

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U) Under Construction by Aria Cole (review)

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Monthly Keyword Reading Challenge

Jan

court, fall, of, way, deep, thousand

Feb

and, rose, promise, every, deception, blazing

Mar

shall, go, by, silence, her, saga

Apr

from, trigger, tale, his, crown, mist

May

four, wind, all, fury, days, shade

Jun

without, know, good, watch, one, have

Jul

before, final, all, freedom, life, dream

Aug

sun, infinite, big, my, wherever, most

Sep

sand, from, between, ever, reasons, clash

Oct

darker, you, ashes, out, house, sea

Nov

place, war, heart, why, give, meet

Dec

forget, twilight, only, crystal, on, will

Contemporary Romance Reading Challenge

Home Run: 16 – 20 Books

  1. Clam Jam by RC Boldt

The Colour Coded Challenge

  1. a book with ‘blue’ or any shade of blue (turquoise, aquamarine, navy, etc.) in the title/on the cover
  2. a book with ‘red’ or any shade of red (scarlet, crimson, burgundy, etc.) in the title/on the cover
  3. a book with ‘yellow’ or any shade of yellow (gold, lemon, maize, etc.) in the title/on the cover
  4. a book with ‘green’ or any shade of green (emerald, lime, jade, etc.) in the title/on the cover
  5. a book with ‘brown’ or any shade of brown (tan, chocolate, beige, etc.) in the title/on the cover
  6. a book with ‘black’ or any shade of black (jet, ebony, charcoal, etc.) in the title/on the cover
  7. a book with ‘white’ or any shade of white (ivory, eggshell, cream, etc.) in the title/on the cover
  8. A book with any other colour in the title/on the cover (purple, orange, silver, pink, magenta, etc.)
  9. A book with a word that implies colour (rainbow, polka-dot, plaid, paisley, stripe, etc.)

Read It Again, Sam

Feeling Nostalgic: 8 Books

2017 Mont TBR Challenge

Pikes Peak: 12 Books

Goodreads Reading Challenge

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Personal: Paperback Goal

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2017 Reads

2017 Reading Challenge Rundown

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