2015 Read ‘CLIFFSIDE PARK’ Challenge
A simple no pressure reading challenge.
There are 2 levels to this challenge:
Level 1 – 13 books by title
Level 2 – 26 books by title & author
You may read any book you want there is no limit by genre or length.
Level 1: the title of each book must begin with the letter that will spell out:
(one book could be Let Me Be Frank, another would be Asylum City)
Level 2: adds books by author that spell out:
(you can use the authors first or last name for each letter)
That’s it. Simple.
I’ll be participating, leaving my list in comments as I go. I’m just going for Level 1.
Posting Monthly Reading Challenges here and on our GoodReads account so you can join in either place. Leave a comment to this post to join in here.
February 2013: Love or Hate: With Valentine’s Day approaching love is in the air, or is it? Read a book about which ever one you feel like this month, or read a book with the word love or hate in the title. Some suggestions:
Love in the Time of Cholera/Garcia Marquez
March 2013: Spring officially begins and plants start peeking through. Read a book about flowers or with a flower in the title.
Language of Flowers/Diffenbaugh
Girl in Hyacinth Blue/Vreeland
Flowers from A to Z/Heffernan
April 2013: With the April showers keeping you inside, plan your fun. Read a book with party or celebration in the title or about parties and celebrations.
Feast for Crows/George R.R. Martin
Saturday Big Tent Wedding Party/McCall Smith
Entertaining with the Sopranos/Rucker
December 2013: December means holidays and plans and running around and doing too much. This month read a book that puts you in the holiday spirit. Whether that is a book about party planning, a book about family, a book about spiritual practices or something entirely different.
I myself am going to read A Winter Sea by Susana Kearsley. Just because it’s got winter in the title and it will take me away from the hectic month.