Saturday, January 2, 2016

Women's Fiction Reading Challenge - 2016

http://bookdate.blogspot.com/2016/01/womens-fiction-challenge-review-link-up.html


This is my first time participating in ANY challenge.

I normally shy away from challenges because I don't like the stress, but I believe I can handle the WOMEN'S FICTION CHALLENGE since I usually read this genre and historical fiction more than anything.

There are different levels to the challenge.  I am going to go with the SAAVY level to start. :)

Visit Kathryn at The BookDate if you want to join in the fun.
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Levels


  • Motivated 1- 5
  • Savvy     6 - 10
  • Classy    11- 20
  • Go-Getter  20 -30
  • Fearless  30+ 
  • It looks as if I have made it to Classy and then maybe a few more to come.  :)
  • Thanks for the encouragement, Kathryn. 
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Book 1: IN ANOTHER LIFE by Julie Christine Johnson - done reading on January 8.

Book 2: I'LL SEE YOU IN PARIS by Michelle Gable - done reading on January 23.

Book 3: THE RAILWAYMAN'S WIFE by Ashley Hay - done reading on February 10

Book 4: THE PASSENGER by Lisa Lutz - done February 16

Book 5: BLACK RABBIT HALL by Eve Chase - done reading on February 27.

Book 6: THE OTHER WIDOW by Susan Crawford - done reading on March 9.

Book 7: THE SECRETS OF FLIGHT by Maggie Leffler - done on March 26.

Book 8: STARS OVER SUNSET BOULEVARD by Susan Meissner - done reading on March 30.

Book 9: BRITT-MARIE WAS HERE by Fredrik Backman - done reading on April 6.

Book 10: THE CURIOUS CHARMS OF ARTHUR PEPPER by Phaedra Patrick - done reading April 28.

Book 11:  A CERTAIN AGE by Beatriz Williams - done reading May 10.

Book 12:  FLIGHT PATTERNS by Karen White - done reading on May 25.

Book 13:  SISTER DEAR by Laura McNeill - done March 21. 

Book 14:  THE MEMORY OF LEMON by Judith Fertig - done June 9.

Book 15:  RADIO GIRLS by Sarah-Jane Stratford - done  June 16

Book 16:  THE HOUSE BETWEEN TIDES by Sarah Maine - done August 3

Book 17:  THE CONFECTIONER'S TALE by Laura Madeleine - done August 22

Book 18:  LETTERS FROM PARIS by Juliet Blackwell - done August 26

Book 19:  KAROLINA'S TWINS by Ronald H. Balson - done September 2. 

Book 20 THE VELVET HOURS by Alyson Richman - done September 10. 

Book 21 LOVE, ALICE by Barbara Davis - done November 13

Book 22:  THE ORPHAN'S TALE by Pam Jenoff - done December 4

Book 22:  THE WOMEN IN THE CASTLE by Jessica Shattuck - done December 15

Book 23:  LEOPARD AT THE DOOR by Jennifer McVeigh - done - January 6, 2017 


12 comments:

  1. Looking forward to my first challenge.

    Thanks for hosting, Kathryn.

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  2. Delighted to have you on this challenge, know you are going to ace it!

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    1. Thanks, Kathryn

      Thanks for stopping.

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  3. Good luck to you. It does seem to be a challenge in which you would read those books anyway. I have decided not to participate in any challenges this year except for a couple I've set for myself. :)
    @dino0726 from 
    FictionZeal - Impartial, Straightforward Fiction Book Reviews

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    1. I went for an easy one. I don't like the stress of having to read this book or this genre or a book with this subject or with this word in the title. :)

      Thanks for stopping, Diane.

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  4. Good luck, have fun and happy reading!!

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    1. Thank you, Captivated Reader.

      Thanks for stopping.

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  5. I am sure you will manage this very well. I did a large challenge last year and didn't even notice it was one. Well, we'll see what I will do next year.

    Happy Reading,
    Marianne from
    Let's Read

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    1. Thanks, Marianne.

      I am reading a women's fiction right now. :) I do read a lot in that genre, so I am hoping all will be good.

      Thanks for stopping, Marianne.

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  6. Hi Elizabeth,

    Challenges just become far too stressful, so having made the decision some time ago to quit them, I don't aim to start again.

    Even setting an overall reading goal on Goodreads, sets me off in a spin :)

    You have a great selection of titles on your list and I know that I already have several of them on my own reading pile.

    Good Luck on becoming a Go-Getter :)

    Yvonne

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    1. That is why I normally do not do challenges, but women's fiction is my main reading genre so I decided it wouldn't be that stressful.

      Not sure I will get much higher on the level I have reached.

      Thank you as always for stopping and for your wonderful comments, Yvonne.

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  7. I will add the links to THE ORPHAN'S TALE and THE WOMEN IN THE CASTLE when the review goes live.

    Thanks for stopping.

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