Reading Challenge: Update May

Hey readers! Just wanted to check in and see how everyone is doing with the reading challenge. I got under the weather earlier this month (actually it crushed me beneath the heel of its boot but that’s another story) and spent more time reading than normal. That’s not to say that I checked a great many books of my list.

reading challengeHere’s what I read:

The Amish Market by Vannetta Chapman, Kathleen Fuller, Amy Clipston, and Kelly Irvin

Second Chance at the Sugar Shack by Candis Terry

The Second Sister by Marie Bostwick

Call Me Irresistible by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

The Great Escape by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

4:50 from Paddington by Agatha Christie

I finished reading 50 Ways to Ruin a Rake. Loved it! If you like steamy, historical romance, this is a great read.  And so goes #13 on my list. I can also check off #10 A Book published before I was born (4:50 from Paddington).

How are you doing with your challenge? Read any good books lately?

1o book reading challenge

  1. A book recommended by a book seller or librarian
  2. A book published in a different decade
  3. A book you’ve already read before
  4. A book you should have read in school
  5. A book that has been banned before
  6. A book from a genre you don’t normally read
  7. A book that intimidates you
  8. A book you’ve been meaning to read for a while
  9. A book you quit reading once before
  10. A book published before you were born
  11. A book recommended by someone close to you
  12. A book published this year
  13. A book about another century
  14. A book you’ve never heard of before
  15. A book recommended by amazon/internet/cyber friend



8 thoughts on “Reading Challenge: Update May

  1. I read Pray Fro Silence by Linda Castillo. It is my #6 because I usually don’t read mysteries. It was good!

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