I’m back to share the second slice of my reading list for the Goodreads Winter Challenge. This time I’m keeping it to the 10 pointers – enjoy!
10.1. Read a book from The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend listopia. You may also read a book by one of the authors referenced at the top of that list.
Riders by Jilly Cooper
10.2. – Read a book with a word in the title/subtitle ending in “ing.”
Dancing in the Moonlight by Rita Bradshaw
10.3. – Read a book with History or Historical Fiction as a main page genre.
Demelza by Winston Graham
10.4. Read a book with all letters of FIRE and of ICE found in the book’s title/subtitle/author name.
How to Find Love in a Book Shop by Veronica Henry
Read a book with NO “L” in the title/subtitle and NO “L” in the author name.
The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides
10.6. Read another book by an author you read for the first time in 2016 (including December). It doesn’t matter how many books you read by that author, as long as you read the author for the first time in 2016.
The House at the End of Hope Street by Menna van Praag
10.7. – Read a book with “environment,” “ecology,” “engineering,” or “food” as a main page genre .
The Last Chinese Chef by Nicole Mones
10.8. – Read a book set at least 50% in one of these countries with a coastline on the Mediterranean Sea – Albania, Algeria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, Libya, Malta, Morocco, Monaco, Montenegro, Slovenia, Spain, Syria, Tunisia and Turkey. In addition, Palestine’s Gaza Strip and the British Overseas Territories of Gibraltar and Akrotiri and Dhekelia have coastlines on the sea, and books set in those places may also be used.
The Dovekeepers by Alice Hoffman
10.9. – Read a book with a main page genre of mythology.
The Unbroken Line of the Moon by Joanne Hildebrant
10.10. – Read a book about Shirley Jackson, a book by Shirley Jackson, or a book with the main page genre Horror.
The Ghost Hunters by Neil Spring
And there you have it – back soon with the 15 point batch!